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Reflection Bay Golf Club, Henderson

#3 of 9 in Golf in Henderson
Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
Reflection Bay Golf Club, in Henderson, Nevada, United States is the first public resort golf course in Nevada personally designed by Jack Nicklaus and the host course to the nationally televised Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge benefiting the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. The 7,261-yard, par-72 award-winning course makes its way through the desert while providing views of Lake Las Vegas. Sculpted from the terrain's natural contours, the course features three waterfalls and plays around arroyos and water. Five holes are located along one and a half miles of Lake Las Vegas' shoreline.

Additionally, Reflection Bay is home to The Golf Institute at Lake Las Vegas Resort that offers residents and guests golf school options and private instruction.
Reflection Bay Golf Club is the home course of PGA Tour pro Craig Barlow, and also LPGA professional Natalie Gulbis.
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  • We golfed three days while in town. The staff were well organized friendly and helpful from the starter to the pro shop thanks very much we had a blast  more »
  • My husband and I played here 6 days in a row while on vacation. The staff was extremely welcoming, and made us feel as though we were at a country club! They stored our clubs for us, so every day we showed up, our clubs were in our cart, ready to go. The course is challenging, but very fair, and beautiful! It was in great shape! There are no water jugs on the course, but they put ice and water bottles in the ice chest before you start, and then a beverage cart comes around to refill. The bar area is nice, with friendly staff, but the food is just “ok”. They do not have a driving range, but they do have a “warm up” area with a net. Not ideal, but not a deal breaker either. I would highly recommend this course, and their amazing staff!
  • The course condition was great, and well maintained. The big problem was we were out playing on a day where it was 110, The course has no water jugs on any holes. One of our 4 was walking. They had 1 drink cart going seen her 2 times in the entire 18 holes. For a course to charge that amount of money to play a round of golf, and not have water every few holes is crazy to me.

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