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Designed by architect Bert Stamps in 1961, the Las Vegas National Golf Course is one of the most historic in town; in addition to hosting numerous LPGA and PGA events, it was the site where Tiger Woods carded a 1-under par 70 (his highest of the tournament) on the way to capturing his first PGA Tour victory in 1996. Palm, pine and olive trees protect the well-bunkered greens and lush fairways. This exquisite championship golf course is located only two miles from the Strip and the Las Vegas Convention Center. It’s a great spot for families—junior golf is free with a paying adult, contact the golf shop for details. Located at 1911 E. Desert Inn Road, 702.734.1796.