Choose from Four Options
- $104 for one 18-hole round of golf for one with cart and club rental at Royal Links Golf Club, redeemable only after 12 p.m. ($324 value)
- $213 for one 18-hole round of golf for two or two 18-hole rounds for one with cart and club rental at Royal Links Golf Club ($648 value)
- $297 for one 18-hole round of golf for two or two 18-hole rounds for one with cart and club rental at Bali Hai Golf Club ($848 value)
- $255 for one 18-hole round of golf for one with cart and club rental at Royal Links Golf Club and one 18-hole round of golf for one with cart and club rental at Bali Hai Golf Club ($748 value)
All options also include a $50 Restaurant.com gift card.
Bali Hai Golf Club
Bali Hai’s lush greenery sets 100,000 Balinese tropical plants against the backdrop of flashy Strip resorts, creating an odd juxtaposition that typifies Las Vegas. Golfers encounter seven acres of water features and about 4,000 trees as they traverse a par-71 course designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley. The jaunt measures 7,002 yards from the tips and includes highlights such as the signature 16th hole, “Pacific Rim.” The hole features the course’s most dramatic elevation change, which complicates the already-tough task of safely reaching the hole’s island green without aid of a private jet.
Royal Links Golf Club
Recognized as the Best Course in Las Vegas in 2006 by the Review-Journal, Royal Links Golf Club honors the game’s centuries-old traditions with a links-style labyrinth of holes modeled after 11 British Open rotation courses. The Dye International design transports players to such famous holes as the Road Hole at St. Andrews and the Postage Stamp at Royal Troon, and commemorates great moments in British Open history with monuments interspersed throughout the course. As players crush their drives down hilly, narrow fairways, professional forecaddies illuminate the hole’s history, warn players of hidden pot bunkers, and squelch rumors about a local ball-eating Nessie lurking in the waterways.
After completing a round, golfers can head to the elegant clubhouse, which borrows architectural details from Scottish castles, or load up on gear at the pro shop, named one of America’s 100 Best Golf Shops in 2004 and 2005 by Golf World.