Aliante Golf Club, North Las Vegas

Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
Recently selected as the "Best New Course in Las Vegas," by Vegas Golfer Magazine and their readers, Aliante Golf Club burst on the Vegas golf scene in December of 2003 and has been receiving rave reviews ever since. This memorable 18-hole championship course was designed by Scottsdale-based Gary Panks Associates. Gary Panks has a long-standing reputation for designing golf courses that enhance the environment, create value, and provide an enjoyable experience for golfers.
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  • Very nice track and priced right through the golf now app. Practice area is acceptable and staff helpful to get you started. Fairways a little thin but overall worth playing.  more »
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  • The only 2 reasons I play and drink there is for 2 employees. Pro shop is Chris. Always smiling and willing to talk about golf. The bar and grill has the other, Alicia. Unlike the other bar keeps, she is always moving from customer to customer whether at bar or table. The other bar people made me and other patrons walk to the bar to order and get our drinks and food. Course is generally in very good shape. Priced reasonable.
  • Staff was nice and helpful. Course was in decent shape for early May. My issue is with the course layout. I am a 7 handicap and generally hit straight balls. I played today in winds of 15 -20 with wind gusts of 35-40. The course is unplayable in these conditions. The course has houses along but fairways on 14 of 18 holes. When I say along the fairways, I mean with 30 yards of the fairway on both sides, you will absolutley hit a house at least once. With the wind conditions today you would literally need to aim into houses to get you ball to land on the fairway. There was a par five on the back nine that had a house 30 yards behind the green. So if you wanted to go for it in two, you better hope you don't hit a hard spot and get a big bounce. If so you will be paying for a new window. I would say in less you are an absolutely straight ball hitter I would avoid playing there.

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