Royal Links Golf Club

Las Vegas, Nevada | Royal Links Golf Club

Architect: Pete Dye
Year: 1998
Rate: $75 - $249

5995 East Vegas Valley
Las Vegas, Nevada 89142
(702) 450-8123

Course Access: Public

Driving Range available
Electric Carts available
Par Mate caddies available


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Royal Links is a theme course that draws inspiration from several of the most famous holes found in England and Scotland.  Pete Dye did an admirable job with the project by at times replicating designs and at other times simply drawing inspiration from them.  Rates vary greatly depending on the time of year and time of day you decide to tee it up.

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Bill Satterfield

Royal Links Golf Club

What to Expect:  In Las Vegas anything can happen, including playing links golf through the desert. That's right, Pete Dye was hired to recreate some of the most famous holes from the other side of the Atlantic Ocean in an effort to give patrons a chance at playing these storied holes. While you won't have the coastal winds, you'll still have plenty of sand and the design elements that have made these holes so impressive. Golfers are given the opportunity to hit the "Postage Stamp" green replicated from Royal Troon, attack the long dogleg left 15th from Carnoustie, and challenge the "Road Hole" from St. Andrews. It's a unique experience and a chance to play a course in Las Vegas that isn't overdone with unnatural features but you are sure to discover some hidden bunkers and fescue that even the pros would struggle to get out of. While the course can't offer the setting, scenary, and history of Scotland or England, it is a chance to discover some of the great architectural features found there. Signature Hole:  10th - 466 Yard Par 4 - The most famous hole on the other side of the pond is also the signature hole at Royal Links; the world renowned Road Hole. Featured as the 17th hole at St. Andrews, the Road Hole at Royal Links is the opening hole on the back nine and the most memorable on the property. Rather than a hotel to aim for over the right corner, golfers are… More >