Silverstone Golf Course Las Vegas was designed by Robert Cupp, Golf World’s 1992 Architect of the Year. Silverstone Golf Club features 27 holes of championship golf just minutes from the Las Vegas strip.
The course is located north of Centennial and east of U.S. 95 near the old Floyd Lamb State Park with a spectacular view of the Sheep Mountain Range.
Opening in June 2001, the courses feature three rotating championship style nines of bent grass on the greens and rye grass for the fairways and rough. Various water features and fresh landscaping make for a challenging and enjoyable experience.
There are six Par 5 holes that average 590 yards from the tips, with another 4 holes over 600 yards. The longest hole on this Las Vegas golf course is a 653 yard hole on the Mountain course with a large lake protecting the green. Each course will play 7,000 yards.
All of the problems are in plain view of the player, with no hidden tricks. However, there is plenty of trouble for wayward shots and the greens that are small and undulated. If the wind is blowing, SilverStone vastly increases the degree of difficulty. For discounted tee times call: 1-877-669-4653
Take Interstate 15 North to U.S. Highway 95 North. Follow 95 N to Durango Dr. exit (Right). Follow Durango to Grand Teton (Right). Take Grand Teton to Buffalo (Left). Follow signs to Silverstone Golf Club. Allow 30 minutes for driving time from the Las Vegas Strip.