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Revere Golf Club - Lexington Course

Revere Golf Club - Lexington Course

2600 Hampton Rd Henderson, NV 89052-7029 URL:   Course Website

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The Lexington’s stunning 7,143 -yard, par-72 layout will test your shot making capabilities with classic risk/reward scenarios. The 18-hole course at the Revere Golf Club facility in Henderson, Nevada features a course rating of 73.6, and it has a slope rating of 139 on Rye grass. Designed by Billy Casper/Greg H. Nash, ASGCA, the Lexington golf course opened in 1999.

Course Information for Revere Golf Club - Lexington Course

Facility Information:
General: 72 hole regulation length course
4 golf course(s)
Managed by Troon Golf, LLC


Revere Golf Club - Lexington Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Daily Fee golf course
Designed by Billy Casper/Greg H. Nash, ASGCA
72 par, 7,143 yards
73.6 rating, 139 slope
Real Estate Development facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $245.00 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Greg Kinney, General Manager
Golf Professional: Bill Klemke


Amenities:
Driving Range


Henderson, NV

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Revere Golf Club 4 5 208 208
Great value Very accommodating. Arrived early & starter arranged to get us out ahead of scheduled tee time October 20, 2014
Well worth a visit, spectacular views of las vegas Loved this course a great golfing experience , recommended October 17, 2014
The Golfers are Coming I last played this course in 2001. On that trip I also played Red Rock, Siena and Anthem C.C.. The Lexington at Revere was my favorite at that time, and after playing it again yesterday, it still is. It definitely requires some course experience to play well. Some tee shots leave you guessing the first time around this track. However, nothing was an absolute blind shot. A couple par 5's are tricky if you don't know where to lay up. Also, a lot of elevation changes, none to severe. I personally like that element. Also, you get some beautiful views of the strip on a few holes. This is definitely not a grip it and rip it course. The conditions were close to perfect except for the sand traps. The fairways rolled nicely and the rough was cut to penalize, but not brutally. The greens were well manicured and not too severe for the most part. I retired to Las Vegas 5 years ago, so why so long to play this course. Unfortunately, I live on the other side of town. The main street to get there is Eastern Ave. In 2001 it was fine. But now, it's a traffic nightmare most times of the day. Without traffic it's about a 25 minute drive, but it took us 45 minutes to make our 1:32 tee time yesterday. For a local like me, it's just too far of a drive to play on a consistent basis. But if you live in or around Henderson, or are vacationing, it's a must play in my opinion. October 15, 2014
Tough but fun This was my first time playing the Lexington course. I've been playing less than a year so it was a bit challenging but me and my buddy had a great time and were teamed up with good people who made it better. Definitely recommend coming and playing this after warming up with Concord a few times! October 15, 2014
Amazing views! $41 through golfnow. As good as any course in the Vegas valley, with better views than most places in the hills. For this price, value was off the chart. October 14, 2014
Like a Country Club If I didn't know better I'd thought I was at a Country Club not a public course. Everything about it was excellent from the course to the staff to the facilities. I played it again two days later and the only service that dropped was the beverage cart didn't come around as excepted due to an outing at the other course. I will be playing it again in the future, they know how to treat guests! October 13, 2014
Elevated tees making for a fun round! Shortly after fall over-seeding so the golf course turf was still thin in spots but playability was fine. Mountain golf in Vegas, would be impossible to walk. Carts are a necessity. The view of the strip from the grill room was spectacular. Food was very good October 10, 2014
awesome views of the city. Most tees are elevated 1st day open after fall over-seeding. As a result, the course was over-watered and the grass was still thin in spots and carts were required to stay on path making a lot of walking. However, if you played at a more normal time of year, I am sure it would be awesome. Mountain golf in Vegas! The view of the strip from the grill room was spectacular. October 10, 2014
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