Las Vegas Country Club

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The Las Vegas Country Club is a private membership club located in the Winchester area of metropolitan Las Vegas, Nevada.


It was built on the site of a 1950s horse and automobile racetrack named Las Vegas Park and later the Las Vegas Park Speedway.[1] It was developed by businessmen Moe Dalitz, Allard Roen, Irwin Molasky and Merv Adelson.[2]

The 18-hole golf course was completed in the fall of 1967, followed by the completion of a 44,000-square-foot (4,100 m2) clubhouse in April 1968. The clubhouse architect was Julian Gabrielle; the golf course designer was Edmond B. Ault. Amenities include two pitching and chipping greens, a 9,500-square-foot (880 m2) putting green, Indoor and outdoor tennis courts, racquetball, swimming pool and a complete exercise facility.

The club served as the host for the Las Vegas Invitational golf tournament between 1983 and 1991, and also hosted events on a rotational basis from 1992–1995.[3] The club also hosted the LPGA Takefuji Classic on the LPGA Tour from 2003 to 2006.

The club was sold in 2018 to Samick Music Corp.[4]


  1. ^ Aumann, Mark (February 26, 2009). "From horses to motors, first Vegas track a disaster". NASCAR. Retrieved February 23, 2010.
  2. ^ Ed Koch, Desert Inn, Stardust chief helped integrate Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas Sun, September 1, 2008
  3. ^ "LV Country Club presents challenge". Las Vegas Sun. October 12, 1998.
  4. ^ Ackers, Mick (January 26, 2018). "Las Vegas Country Club changes ownership". Las Vegas Sun.

Further reading[edit]

  • Hurlburt, Brian (2011). The Las Vegas Country Club: Chronicle of an Icon. Stephens Press. ISBN 1935043455.

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Coordinates: 36°08′08″N 115°08′41″W / 36.135605°N 115.144809°W / 36.135605; -115.144809