Las Vegas golf may not be at at the top of your list of things to do in Sin City—you’re probably more likely to envision Las Vegas shows, Vegas hotels, and the world-famous Strip. But for golfers, the city’s courses rank alongside the glittering casinos and pulsating nightclubs. Las Vegas weather can scarcely be bettered when it comes to sunshine, and the dozens of courses close to the Strip make getting there easy. Since most courses rely on tourism, many are open to the public, including Shadow Creek and the Wynn resort. Both of those, by the way, made Golf Digest’s list of the top 10 courses in the state. Golfers hoping to save their extra cash for the slot machines might opt for Primm Valley or Eagle Crest.