Chimera Golf Club
Las Vegas, USA
Chimera Golf Club overview
Founded in 2003, Chimera Golf Club (previously known as Tuscany Golf Club) has quickly become a true favorite in the Las Vegas area, due to its playability, spectacular views and excellent value for money. At 6,757 yards off the tips, this beautiful Ted Robinson Jr. design is a very enjoyable round, always in great condition with forgiving fairways and multiple water features.
Begin your day warming up on the driving range with unobstructed views of the Strip, Downtown Vegas, and the snow-capped Mt Charleston before hitting the course. Afterwards, Slice 19 Bar & Grill is the perfect place to unwind and discuss the day’s golf while taking in the delicious food and drink on offer.
Golf Course at Chimera Golf Club overview
Designed and opened in 2003 by classic US golf architect Ted Robinson Jr, the 6,757-yard Par 72 course at Chimera Golf Club has fast become a staple club to visit on any golf trip to Las Vegas. The course is characterized by its forgiving fairways and playable desert landscape which provides a fair challenge from any set of tees.
The course design also makes perfect use of the natural contours of the land and offers excellent views of the famous Las Vegas Strip and Mt Charleston. Be warned though, the abundance of bunkers and water hazards will punish you if you’re not careful!
Did You Know?
Chimera Golf Club offers golfers an alternative to the traditional golf buggy, golfers can play their round atop a golf board which is similar to an electric scooter for a fun/cheaper option.
Accommodation near Chimera Golf Club
The Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa
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