A Revolutionary Golf Experience

The Revere Golf ClubCreated to celebrate the legacy of a great American patriot, Paul Revere, The Revere Golf Club is a revolutionary Troon Golf experience that will test your bravery, intelligence and skill, similar to the trial Revere endured during his famous “Midnight Ride.”

The Revere presents a blend of beauty and challenge unlike any other in Southern Nevada. Draped through the rugged desert canyons and valleys of the Las Vegas foothills, the golf club offers unending, awe-inspiring views of the city below and mountains beyond.

Revere Golf Club, which was recently awarded a prestigious rating of 4½ out of 5 Stars by Golf Digest and listed among its “Best Places to Play”, is home to two 18-hole championship golf courses – Lexington and Concord. The layouts are aptly named for the battles in which Revere acted so heroically and was later glorified for after his death.

The Lexington is a stunning 7,143-yard, par-72 spread that will test your shot making capabilities with classic risk-reward scenarios. At 625 yards, Lexington’s par-5 No. 11 is the longest hole at the Revere Golf Club.

The second course constructed at The Revere Golf Club, the Concord Course, is a 7,034 yard par-72 layout that features Bermuda fairways and oversized greens. The Revere Golf Club provides four sets of tees to accommodate all golfers, regardless of skill level.

In an effort to apprise the surrounding valley of its excellent course conditions and spectacular views, Revere might want to enlist another legendary messenger, fictional news anchor Ron Burgandy who could appropriately scale one of the nearby mountains and shout, “Hey everyone! Come see how good I look.”

The Revere Golf Club

Yes, Revere Golf Club is noted for its meticulously manicured greens and fairways, in any season, but it quickly becomes apparent to everyone who tees it up that many of these holes play along some of the highest and most visually stunning points in the valley. Mountains surround Revere on every side and to the north is the glittering Las Vegas strip.

There aren’t many views more stunning on a golf course than can be found from the fairway of the seventh hole on the par-72 Lexington course. The 489-yard, par-5 has a gigantic waterfall behind its two-tiered green, a scene that makes it difficult to concentrate on the task at hand.

Both courses are wide open layouts with numerous elevated tee boxes that give golfers a great sense of open space in which to relax, enjoy the views and focus on golf. Both course play well and look good.

If the Redcoats do come to Revere, and they might not feel so welcome on American soil after the Ryder Cup, they’ll discover that this golf facility has been themed to create a one-of-a-kind golf experience that will both educate and inspire its guests.

Course Designers
From 1954, when he turned pro, through 1979, his last year on the regular PGA Tour, Hall-of-Famer Billy Casper won 51 tournaments to place sixth on the all-time winners list; he is now seventh after being passed by Tiger Woods. His victories included two U.S. Opens (1959 and 1966) and a Masters (1970). He played on eight U.S. Ryder Cup teams, was a non-playing captain for another, and won the annual Vardon Trophy for low stroke average five times. Casper’s resume is one of the most accomplished in the history of professional golf, yet his name is often omitted from conversations about the best to have ever played the game. His design career is perhaps underappreciated just as his playing career was. Revere Golf Club is one of dozens of golf courses Casper has designed worldwide, and is considered one of his finest efforts.

Casper completed the project with Phoenix-based architect Greg Nash, who has worked in tandem with the golfing legend since 1986, as the two have built some of the golf community’s most visually stunning and enjoyable courses. Casper represents an extraordinary understanding of the game of golf, while Nash is a gifted architect who brings an artistic flare for aesthetic quality to the table. Their unique use of multiple tees, wide landing areas, expansive greens, strategically-place hazards and high risk-reward potential give Capser/Nash courses the flexibility to please players of all skill levels.

After the Round
When the rounds of golf are over, the spectacular 23,000 square-foot clubhouse affords luxurious comfort with breathtaking floor-to-ceiling views of the fantastic Las Vegas city skyline and mountain vistas.

Within the stunning clubhouse, which houses the award-winning golf shop (Top 100 Golf Shop in America by Daily Fee Golf World Business Magazine in 2007 and 2008), over 6,000 square feet of private banquet space and Vegas Golfer Magazine’s recipient of “Best Restaurant” in 2006, Buckman’s Grille, which features “Dinner with a View” Sunday and Wednesday evenings. The world-class amenities and guest services
are equally awe-inspiring and make The Revere irresistible to groups in search of the perfect meeting and event setting.

In addition to golf, The Revere Club is fully-equipped for outdoor and indoor wedding ceremonies and receptions, capable of providing an excellent backdrop for photographs and memories of any special occasion.

Revere Awards and Accolades
•    2008 4½ out of 5 Stars by Golf Digest
•    2007 and 2008 Top 100 Golf Shops in America by Daily Fee Golf World Business Magazine
•    2007 4½ out of 5 Stars by Golf Digest 7th edition of Golf Digest Best Places to Play– Golf Digest Magazine
•    2006 Best Restaurant– Vegas Golfer Magazine
•    2005 Facility of the Year – Troon Golf
•    2005 NVGCOA Course of the Year– Nevada Golf Course Owners Association
•    2005 Best Par-5 in Las Vegas, Concord Hole #18. – Vegas Golfer Magazine
•    Best “19th Hole” – Vegas Golfer Magazine 2003-2006

 

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