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“Looks good and plays well” 4 of 5 stars
Review of Revere Golf Club

Revere Golf Club
2600 Hampton Rd, Henderson, NV 89052
702 259 4653
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Activities: Golfing
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Owner description: The design of this 7,010-yard, par-72 golf course creates a unique golf experience since it is built directly into the desert canyons, giving golfers a feeling of seclusion from the outside world.
Henderson, Nevada
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“Looks good and plays well”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 14, 2013

Nice spacious and well kept place to try your hand at golf. Easy to find, just off Eastern and up the hill. Good restaurant for after your game. Good pro shop too.

Visited March 2013
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Saint Louis, Missouri
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“Golf with the best views of the Vegas Strip!”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed March 5, 2013

Came out to Revere Golf Club for a college tournament. Both courses were in fair shape, with the Lexington course somewhat tougher than the Concord Course. The greens are quick with everything rolling towards the Strip with few exceptions. Almost every tee shot is an elevated tee shot.....wierd. Everything on the course was just above average primarily based on the toughness of the course. The bunkers are very bad....so bad, that the tournament rules allowed for every bunker to played as waste bunkers. The greenside bunkers are full of rocks, resulting in rock covered greens pushing putted balls in many directions. The clubhouse is nice with a perfect view of the Strip. Employees with courteous and most helpful. Cost in March was $230 for three of us on a Saturday morning...not sure if that included a price break or not, but even so, I wouldn't pay that much again.

Visited March 2013
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Fort Collins, Colorado
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“Scenic course, but lots of blind shots”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed February 7, 2013

We played the Lexington course, and it was a pleasant round. It was our first time on the course, so it made for a difficult experience due to the large number of blind shots. The landing areas are small as well, so go for accuracy over distance. Bit of a slow pace of play, but since the weather was perfect, we weren't too upset.

Visited February 2013
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Victoria, Canada
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“Terrible condition”
2 of 5 stars Reviewed January 3, 2013

I've played this course a few times over the years and up until now it has been quite good. This trip a course employee informed me that the course has been taken over by par 4 golf and they are just letting it run into disrepair. The fairways were terrible, the rough was basically straw and the bunkers are now officially waste areas because the course doesn't want to maintain them. While the price of this course isn't too high (if it was I would have given this 1 star) you still have much better options in NV for the price point. Go play Summerlin or Badlands. I hear Angel Park is quite good again. Or if you have the time, head out of LV and play Wolf Creek, Conestoga (both in Mesquite) or Coyote Springs.

Play this course and you will be disappointed.

Visited December 2012
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Laguna Beach
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“Great golf experience”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 2, 2013 via mobile

I have played the Revere golf courses, two 18 hole layouts (Lexington and Concord) numerous times over the past four years. I have always found the service and the golf to be beyond reproach.

The courses are very interesting, with spectacular views of Las Vegas to the northwest (the courses are in Henderson, about 30 minutes from the strip).

The courses are also different as night and day. Lexington is a more sophisticated course. It has some elevation changes and some (not awful) forced carries.

Concord is more fun. 18 is a blind birdie opportunity for a big hitter, with a huge downhill starting at about 230 yards. At the end of the downhill(another 150 yards or so) is a 15 foot deep ditch. 50 more yards to the hole. I honestly look forward to the hole.

Download the Revere app for your smartphone. Excellent GPS and course tips, as well as a scorecard and range finder. It told me, by the way, that the course is 399,515 yards from Laguna Beach.

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