Shadow Creek is the best-rated public-access course in Nevada. It’s known for its unique layout and daily-fee operation. It is a Tom Fazio-designed oasis that is out of reach for most golfers.
To gain access to Shadow Creek, players must be staying at an MGM Resorts International property. A round includes a limousine ride to the fairway. It is not a layout that’s meant to increase rounds, but has been made more popular by several PGA Tour competitions and made-for-tv shows. It is rated No.1 by Golfweek’s Best Raters. 10 courses built in the U.S.A since 1960.
There are many other public-access options in Las Vegas and throughout Nevada. Scroll down to see the best.
Golfweek’s Top offers many courses rankings. The top public-access golf courses in each state is the most popular. This list includes all courses that allow public access. There’s always a time for everyone.
The Golfweek’s Best rankings for the top private courses across each state are also very popular. This list is also available below for Nevada’s private offerings.
(m), Modern course built after 1960 (c), Classic course built before 1960
Notice: A number between the m and c in the parenthesis indicates the course’s ranking among Golfweek’s Top 200 Modern or Classic Courses.