The Club at Sunrise is nestled in the eastern portion of Old Las Vegas, Nevada, just minutes from the Strip. The Club at Sunrise was one of the first golf facilities in Las Vegas, and it has all the charm of an early modern design.
Designed and built in 1964 by the team of Dick Wilson and Joe Lee (who also designed Bay Hill Golf Club, Doral Golf Resort and Callaway Gardens), this par 71 traditional layout is fun for golfers of all skill levels. The beauty of The Club at Sunrise is that for every player-friendly feature, there's also an element of challenge.
With over 6,500 yards from the back tees, this challenging-yet-fair 18-hole track is enhanced by tight, manicured fairways and challenging green complexes. Probably the most demanding hole on the golf course is the fourth. At 607 yards, this long and tight par 5 has an out-of-bounds area on the left and water on the right. Like many of the holes, it'll test your skills as well as your mental toughness.