Known throughout the world for the unprecedented glitz, glamour and imagination of its casinos, Las Vegas, Nevada, has quietly emerged as one of the United States' fastest growing golf destinations. Dozens of exceptional golf courses have opened within the past several months and the growth doesn't appear to be slowing. Las Vegas' huge convention center and countless hotel rooms make it a natural for large-scale golf events. Couple this with Las Vegas' year-round sunshine and mild temperatures, and you've got a golf destination to rival any in the country. Plus, the city never sleeps, so there is always plenty to do after a full day of playing golf. "What Happens in Vegas Happens with Golf Zoo!"
Rising majestically from the shores of the mighty Colorado River, Laughlin is fast becoming a leading golf destination in Nevada. When Davis Dam was built in the 1950's, it created Lake Mohave, a prime water-recreation spot. After Don Laughlin opened his Riverside Resort three decades ago, other hotels began to pop up along the riverbank. Today, nine hotels occupy the heart of town and about five million people visit Laughlin each year. When it's time to tee it up, there are four scenic courses from which to choose. Three of the four courses are situated on or near the Colorado River and offer picturesque river views or mountain vistas and challenging championship-calibre golf.
Mesquite is one of the fastest growing golf destinations in the nation. If you haven't already tried Mesquite, then now is the time. The dramatic Virgin Mountain foothills have been transformed into a Mesquite golf destination. There are several fine Mesquite, Nevada golf courses, each offering a unique playing experience. Come see how great Mesquite golfing really is.
Mesquite combines a small-town atmosphere with a multi-faceted array of big-city attractions ranging from 24-hour gaming & fine dining to celebrity entertainment. Close by are some of the most spectular multi-colored canyons in the U.S.