The Las Vegas Country Club is a private and elite equity membership club built by Marvin Kratter of Nevada Equities in the 1960s, which has become the favorite hideaway of celebrities and professional golfers.
The Club boasts of an 18-hole exquisitely manicured classic golf course designed by the legendary Ed Ault, a golf shop, six indoor and outdoor tennis courts, racquetball, a clubhouse, a swimming pool, a fitness center that is equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and weight machines, dining room, men’s and women’s lounges, member bar, barber and manicurist, member grille and banquet facilities.
The golf course was completed in 1967 while the clubhouse, in 1968.
The Club underwent several ownership turnovers since is construction in the 1960s. From Kratter to a Strip hotel named Bonanza and later to the four partners of Realty Holdings namely Moe Dalitz, Harry Lahr, Nate Adelson and Irwin Molasky.
The group of Dalitz later sold the Club to 40 of its members who made it as an equity type membership, which still is until today.
The golf course underwent a major renovation to rebuild all of the greens, bunkers and tees complexes and to replace its 20-year-old irrigation system with Architect Mark Rathert doing the new design.
The golf course has undergone a facelift but still keeps the traditional look and playability.
The clubhouse of the Las Vegas Country Club boasts of modern amenities such as a Jacuzzi, sauna, an indoor exercise room, pro shop, men’s grill, women’s card room, snack bar, shoe shop and barber shop.
The Las Vegas Country Club aims to provide the finest private Club experience through exceptional services, facilities and amenities while achieving outstanding value for the members. It has long been recognized as the place for “power lunches” due to its location, excellent food and cozy atmosphere.