Royal Links Golf Club
Challenging but fun. Justin our forecaddy was amazing. Request by-name you won't regret
March 2, 2014
Do not waste yout time
For the price, a waste of time and money there are far better golf experience for less in Las Vegas. If you want to play higher end play Bears Best or TPC. The fairways are kept brown, I am assuming to replicate British Open golf. I have played 3 of the courses that are supposed to be represented here, it is nowhere close to a true representation. This is not British Open golf!!! Nothing more to say I hope my expense saves others their time and money
February 5, 2014
Easy course but pricey
Played an early morning round and shot a 86. Relatively easy with bunkers away from your line of shot. Pricey compared to solar courses in Palm Springs.
January 30, 2014
UK Golf Karma
Played here after many years, still a very nicely laid out tract. Good mixture of golf holes, and nice ending to both nines----both medium length par fives.. Not real long from the middle tees, but challenging at the same time... Walters Golf does an excellent job marketing their courses.... Great set of Callaway golf clubs (rentals).... I'll be back for sure.....
January 30, 2014
Nothing royal here.
Overall not a good experience.
For the green fees you would expect immaculate conditions. Great staff, and service? not here. Over priced, understaffed (saw cart girl 1 time in 4.5 hours), horrible conditions on course. Soaked greens, or dead greens, no fairways, everthing was dead and brown. You can not see where fairway starts and rough begins.
Driving range in horrible condition as well, with obnoxious music playing.
Clubhouse and bar smelt of sewage, or musky water smell.
Staff at desk was unhelpful and seemed irritated when i asked about condition of course.
I will never recommend anyone i know to play here unless i wanted them to waste time and money.
I play 2-3 time a week in vegas, and i have yet to see a course this bad. And when you are charging over 100 per green fee, that is unacceptable.
January 7, 2014
Royal Links offers a taste of links golf, Vegas style
Royal Links might be the most fun of the three Las Vegas courses owned by Walters Golf to play. Fun factor can be as big a characteristic as conditioning and value in defining the true merits of a course.
Royal Links, a layout stocked with replica holes from British Open venues, can be a bit quirky, but what links course with blind shots, pot bunkers, bad bounces off of rippling fairways and hairy dunes isn't?
Eleven of the 14 courses that have hosted the British Open are represented at the 7,029-yard Royal Links.
Some unique holes give a relatively flat parcel of land without any water some great personality. Of the three holes from the Old Course at St. Andrews, it's the 10th that remains the most memorable. Players hit over a billboard and stone fence meant to mimic the famous tee shot of the "Road Hole," the 17th at St. Andrews. The 324-yard 11th hole is blind off the tee with the green tucked behind dunes, a tribute to the sixth hole at Royal Cinque Ports, the course more commonly known as Deal, which hosted The Open in 1909 and 1920.
December 27, 2013
Great links course
Great links course in the desert. Inspired by famous holes of the British Open. A wonderful treat. A bit of Scotland in Las Vegas.
November 6, 2013
Not worth the money
Was really intrigued by the concept - 18 holes designed after selected British Open venues - but even allowing for Las Vegas prices you can find better value. Played late October and the weather was absolutely perfect, but for some reason course management decided to pull the cart girl on the back nine, and they closed down the lounge before we finished. In Las Vegas!!! Be wary of this place...doesn't seem to me they have the customer in mind.
November 3, 2013