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Revere Golf Club

Revere Golf Club Las Vegas

REVERE GOLF CLUB

  The Revere Golf Club is a Revolutionary Troon Golf Experience with 36 holes that will test your skills, challenge your nerve, and inspire your soul. The Revere Golf Club was created in celebration of the legacy of Paul Revere. Upon arrival at The Revere, you will find that a themed facility that creates a one of a kind golf experience that will both educate and inspire guests. With this in mind, The Revere Golf Club strives to offer guests with a truly "Revolutionary Golf Experience."

The Revere Golf Club presents a blend of beauty and challenge unlike any other in Southern Nevada. Draped through the rugged desert canyons and valleys of the Las Vegas foothills, The Revere Golf Club offers unending, awe-inspiring views of the city below and mountains beyond, and the Lexingtons stunning 7,143 -yard, par-72 layout will test your shot making capabilities with classic risk/reward scenarios. Revere's Concord Course, the latest creation, offers a 7,034 yard par-72 layout that offers Bermuda fairways and large greens. The Revere Golf Club provides you with a variety of options to accommodate your game, regardless of skill level.

Revere Golf Course Las Vegas

 

The Concord Course

Hole       Par   Yards   Descriptions

       
1
4
332-408
 




 
2
5
442-533
 




 
3
4
387-468
No. 3, The Calvary
A tee shot rises and falls against the backdrop of Red Rock Canyon. The left side of the fairway aggressively feeds the errant golf balls back into the fairway. Gentle mounding and a rolling fairway invites all golfers to attack the pin and attempt birdie. The green rests unprotected, free of any bunkers, so dont be shy, as this may be the last chance for birdie for a few holes.




 
4
4
306-363
 




 
5
3
121-184
 




 
6
4
296-383
 




 
7
4
336-425
 




 
8
3
110-174
 




 
9
5
405-508
 




 
Hole

Par
Yards
Descriptions




 
10
4
309-372
 




 
11
5
414-505
 




 
12
3
166-241
No. 12, Mount Defiance
Take a deep breath upon arrival to this extremely elevated tee box. Some dont like to look down from the edge, however, that is where the green lies. Make sure you take time to select from one of five pure teeing options. As club selection comes to mind, dont let the 250 foot drop fool you. The Black Lava Wash runs along the left side, and bunkers welcome long tee balls behind the green. All though you can see for miles and miles, dont lose sight of the ace before you.




 
13
4
351-449
 




 
14
4
383-447
 




 
15
4
284-361
 




 
16
3
130-225
 




 
17
4
364-437
 




 
18
5
501-551
No. 18, Independence
A Billy Casper style drive is required to ensure a mid to long iron approach shot keeping short of the 25 foot deep rock gorge that guards the entry to the green. From tee to green, you will experience over a 100-foot descent down to the Valley floor, where the scoring begins. A well-executed pitch shot to the shallow green can be considered conservative. The minutemen with more firepower can attempt reaching this 10-bunkered green in two, but dont miss. If this par 5 is conquered, you too have gained your Independence like Paul Revere.
         

The Lexington Course

Hole



Par

Yards
  Description




 
1
4
310-390
No. 1, Midnight Ride
The Reveres Midnight Ride is the starting point for this Revolutionary Golf Experience. From the elevated first tee, youll stare down the sloping fairway toward the purple mountain majesty of Mt. Charleston. A well struck drive aimed at the mountains summit will lead to an easy mid-iron shot into the large green. Make a birdie here and get your own personal revolution off to a great start.




 
2
5
474-591
No. 2, Old Ironside
The tees are perched along the walls of the canyon, well above the fairway. Favoring the right side of the fairway will allow you to take advantage of the natural slope for more distance. A tee shot to the left will leave you with a blind lay-up shot.




 
3
4
338-442
No. 3, Brown Beauty
Like Paul Reveres horse, this hole has a wild, free spirit. To tame it youll have to favor accuracy over distance. Bunkers guard the rightside of the fairway, and a desert wash runs the entire length of the hole on the left. Also, the fairway narrows as it gets closer to the green and anything too long or left will drop into the canyon and be lost for good. Favor the right side of the green with your approach.




 
4
3
114-182
No. 4, Lexington Green
Lexington Green is where the patriots roused by Revere first fought the British troops. And, like the red-coated British, the large green on this par 3 is an easy target. Just make sure you avoid the large pot bunker in front and be mindful of the pin position. The two tiered-green can make putting a challenge.




 
5

4
400
No. 5, Bridgewater
Revere made bells for the churches in Bridgewater, Mass. And, while crossing the water that dominates nearly the entire leftside of this hole may not require a bridge, one may come in handy. If youre playing from the back, youll have a forced carry over the water toward a fairway back-dropped with views of the entire Las Vegas Valley. Trust the yardage markers when approaching the green. It has a false front that can be very deceptive.




 
6

4
384
No. 6, North Church
This par 4 is the farthest point north on the golf course. And, if you can stay out of the bunkers on the right, you wont have any trouble until you start your approach to the green. But, then the old one-if-by-land, two-if-by-sea bit takes on a whole new meaning. The land in this equation is a scary pot bunker hiding in the back-right side of the green. It could easily cost you a stroke. The sea on the other hand is the lake that curls around the greens front-right.




 
7

5
489
No 7, Kings Chapel
The tee boxes are perched on a sheer canyon wall 60 feet above the fairway, giving you plenty of carry with your driver. From there your second shot is uphill to a stunning green complex framed by a huge multi-tiered waterfall and lake. It has the effect of an outdoor amphitheater which surrounds you with the sound of running water. The green itself has two shelves, one four feet above the other, and is protected in the front by several large bunkers. Finally, before walking off the green, take a moment to glance backwards down the fairway. The view of the Vegas Valley below will take your breath away.




 
8

3
223
No. 8, Bell Tower
Like a classic bell tower in a Colonial village, this long par-three sets high up on a ridge, giving you a commanding view of the surrounding area. But, once youve admired the view, take a serious look at the task at hand. The green has a wide front and it narrows towards the back. Control your distance carefully and stay to the right or your shot could end up falling down into the canyon below.




 
9

4
444
No. 9, The Revolution
To win a revolution, you need a lot of firepower. And, thats exactly whats needed on this long par 4. Its not tricky, but length off the tee is important. Thankfully, the landing areas are generous. The huge green slopes from back to front and easily accepts a long second shot.




 
Hole

Par
Yards
Description




 
10
4
291-379
No. 10, Lanterns Light
The tees are elevated well above the fairway, giving you an impressive view of Las Vegas lantern lights. However, despite any temptation you may have to light one up from the tee box, the fairway bunkers put the emphasis on accuracy more than distance. The longer you hit it, the more trouble the fairway bunkers will be. Instead, use a long-iron off the tee to avoid the danger and hit a wedge into the long, shallow green. Just make sure your second shot carries the desert wash in front of the green.




 
11
5
465-625
No. 11, Longfellow
Named after the poet who authored the famed Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, this is the longest hole on the golf course, and to play it well is pure poetry. Thanks to a double fairway, broken by pockets of natural vegetation, players can choose between two routes to the green after hitting their tee shots. The right-hand fairway is the safer route to the green for high-handicap players. Yet, its wider landing areas and more forgiving design are countered by a more challenging approach shot to the green which is well protected from that angle by a large bunker and natural vegetation. By contrast, the leftside fairway is much tighter. Yet, those who risk a second shot here are rewarded with a shorter route and better, less obstructed angle to the pin.




 
12
4
320-422
No. 12, One If By Land
The lay of the land creates the challenge on this par 4. Bunkers boarder the entire right side of the fairway and youll be staring down into the Las Vegas Valley from your second shot on. The topography makes the green appear to be higher in the back than it is in the front. In truth, the green slopes away from you, making distance control very important.




 
13
3
124-238
No. 13, Two If By Sea
The sea is the last thing you want to see on this hole. If you do, it means youve over shot the green and went into the drink. Instead, choose a club that will allow you to carry the three very large pot bunkers that block your view of the greens front third without going over. If you do hit it too long, youll find yourself in the large bunker that wraps around the back of the green, or worse, in the water that lies beyond.




 
14
4
320-442
No. 14, 19 North Square
The address of Reveres colonial home provides the name for this par 4. And, like any good abode, you will find it to be both comfortable and inviting. The hole plays towards Black Mountain with a very wide landing area off the tee. Aim your shot towards the middle left of the fairway to avoid an undriveable desert area on the right. From there, youll, need a good long-iron shot to carry the desert wash that fronts the holes accommodating green.




 
15
4
289-361
No. 15, TBAC
When Paul Revere made his famous ride, he warned his countrymen that The British Were Coming! On this hole, you may want to warn your fellow players that The Bunkers Are Coming! In fact, there are 15 of them lying in wait for you on this fairway and around the green. The trick is to keep the ball down the middle of the fairway. The trouble lies mostly to the sides. Choose a three-wood off the tee for better control. With your second shot youll need to carry a desert wash to the green. The green is very deep, and theres a horseshoe-shaped ridge in its center. So, be mindful of the pin position unless you want to be left with a difficult putt.




 
16
5
405-534
No. 16, Fireback
Revere rose to prominence making these accessories for colonial fireplaces. And, youll have a good chance to enhance your standing with a birdie on this fun par 5. Thanks to the carry this holes elevated tee will give you, you have a chance to reach the green in two. But, to do so requires two excellent shots. A dry wash crosses the fairway in front of the green, and will surely swallow your ball if you come up short. If you doubt your skills, lay up short of the wash and hit a wedge into the green. If you miss, miss right. A ridge on that side will often kick miss-hit balls back onto the green. Talk about Divine Providence.




 
17
3
108-166
No. 17, Castle Island
From the back, players are faced with a dramatic tee shot that must carry an impressive waterfall and lake complex on the left. However, from the forward tees, less accomplished players can take a safer route to the green which is bordered on the right by a lake and second waterfall. Either way, the mountain views which form the backdrop are sensational, and the long, undulating green makes for an enjoyable putting challenge.




 
18
4
325-431
No. 18, Anthem
Playing to the west, this par 4 features outstanding views of snowcapped Mt. Charleston as it sweeps to the right. The leftside of the fairway is heavily bunkered and an intimidating ledge along the right side of the fairway drops into a 30-foot-deep grassy hollow just past the turnpoint of the hole. Players who successfully negotiate these obstacles are faced with an approach shot to the wide, shallow green that must carry the bunker guarding the front left portion of the green. A fitting crescendo to your revolutionary golf experience.
  BUSINESS NAME Revere Golf Club
  ADDRESS 2600 Hampton Road
Henderson, NV 89052-7029
  PHONE 1 Click here to see phone number
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  FAX 1 (702) 617-5750
  EMAIL gkinney@troongolf.com
  CITY Henderson
  STATE NV
  ZIP 89052-7029
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