In the shadows of Sunrise Mountain in Las Vegas, Stallion Mountain Golf Club is a fun, Western-themed golf course noted for its scenic vistas, fun layout, rich golf history, fine service, and excellent value. Located within a gated community on East Flamingo Road, seven miles from The Strip, the course rambles amidst towering pines and boasts six sparkling lakes. Stallion Mountain Golf Club is an extremely popular tee time in Las Vegas. It's a course all levels of players can handle and enjoy, and, to make it even more enticing, a tee time reservation is as inexpensive as you ll find for a popular, choice course in the Las Vegas realm. The 18 holes here are remnants of the original 54-hole Sunrise Golf Club. (The greater portion of the playing fields was lost to a housing development.) Course architect Jeff Brauer and PGA Tour player Jim Colbert designed the original holes in 1991 and Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley modified and enhanced them in 2004. The playing field that is so popular nowadays features tiered fairways, dramatic green complexes that offer exciting pin positions, lots of deep bunkers, and water hazards that enter the fray on nine holes. Though houses are all around the holes, trees generally obscure the residences from view. Throughout the round you ll be treated to views of the Las Vegas Strip and nearby mountains. Stallion Mountain Golf Club presents a mix of tight and wide open holes. Golfers tend to gain confidence in their game on this playing field that is fairly flat and roomy off. On many holes, length the course can play as long as 7,120 yards serves as a principal defense of par. While Stallion Mountain Golf Club features elevated greens, the putting surfaces are not generally large and they don t have a lot of movement. Committed putting strokes are apt to reap rewards on the greens. Over the years the grounds of Stallion Mountain Golf Club have played host to some of the most memorable tournaments and competitions in Las Vegas. The course hosted Golf Channel s Big Break II, and the club's former incarnation hosted the Frank Sinatra Celebrity Classic as well as the Las Vegas stop on the PGA Tour, then known as the Panasonic Las Vegas Invitational. Tour player Chip Beck famously shot a 59 here during the 1991 edition of that tournament. The club s impressive practice facilities include a vast driving range, practice chipping greens with bunkers, and a large putting green. The clubhouse bar is a place where you can toast your round and savor a tasty meal. Stallion Mountain is a bargain tee time on a fun and playable course with an impressive history. Don't miss it when you're in Las Vegas.