Las Vegas Age Restricted Golf Communities

Golf Courses

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Sun City Anthem Lexington course

Below is information on the golf courses associated with those age restricted, senior communities that have golf courses within their boundaries. Some courses are owned by their respective communities and some are not. The rates below are the best information I have and are always subject to change. Below are also the contact numbers for the respective courses.

Siena 341-9200

The par-72, 6,843-yard Siena Golf Club is a privately owned facility with discounted rates for Siena residents. Winter rates for residents run $53 Monday through Thursday and $63 Friday through Sunday. Memorial through Labor Day the rates run $33 and $43.

Sun City Summerlin 254-7010

Palm Valley, at 6,850 yards, is the oldest, longest and toughest (rating/slope: 72/127) of the three. The 6,512-yard Highland Falls course lies at an elevation of 3,053 feet and offers stunning panoramic views of the Las Vegas valley. Eagle Crest is a 4,067-yard, par-60 executive course built along some of the highest points in Summerlin. It has won a couple of Vegas Golfer Fairway Awards for "Best Executive Course." The community of Sun City Summerlin owns these courses Green fees for golf at Sun City Summerlin for residents vary considerably. Yearly packages run from $3,700 for an all-inclusive one person package to a $200 package that will trim a few dollars off of the normal green fees. For residents that prefer to pay as they go, rates vray by season and time of day. Winter rates for the regulation courses run $52 before 12:00 and $39 after. Summer rates run $40 before 10:00 and $30 after. For those brave souls that choose to tee off after 1:00 P.M., the summer rate is $20. Rates for the executive course, Eagle Crest, range from $20 to $32 depending on time of day and season.

Sun City MacDonald Ranch 263-4653

The 18-hole "Desert Willow" course at Sun City MacDonald Ranch is owned by the community. It is 3,811 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 60 . The course rating is 59.1 and it has a slope rating of 91. It was designed by Billy Casper/Greg H. Nash. Fees for residents run $16 to $20 for 18 holes. Nine hole rates are also available here in the $9 to $10 dollar range.

Sun City Anthem 259-4653

GOLF Magazine named Revere’s first course — the par-72, 7,143-yard Lexington — one of the top new courses in America in 2000, and the club added a similarly styled layout — the par-72, 7,034-yard Concord — in June 2002. Both were designed by PGA Tour Hall-of-Famer Billy Casper and Phoenix-based architect Greg Nash. These are privately owned courses with discounted rates for Sun City Anthem residents

Rates range from $30 to $65 for Sun City Anthem residents depending on season and even fluctuate if the weather in any given season is exceptionally cold or hot. Residents have a women’s and men’s golf club that have organized play once a week. There is an additional $10 reduction on these days.

Sun City Aliante 399-4888

Par-72, 7,022-yard layout. Course is owned by the city of North Las Vegas and privately managed. Green fees run from $30 to around $100, depending on season. When I checked December 2008, rates for Clark County residents were $75 before 12:00 and $50 after. There is a sports club package for Clark County residents that runs $189.00 a year. That would take the summer rate down to a high of $35 and a winter low of $59 for prime hours. That package will also give you a discount at other courses. There is no additional discount for Sun City Aliante residents

Los Prados 645-5696

18 hole golf course was designed by architect Jeff Hardin. It plays to a par of 70, with yardage just under 6000 yds. All-inclusive yearly membership is $2,000. $930 a year will get you rates ranging from $5 to $9. Without a membership rates for resident’s range from $30 to $35. The community owns this course.

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