Designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley in 2000, the Bali Hai Golf Club is a worthy namesake of the famous Indonesian land of enchantment. The lush surroundings include seven-acres of opulent water features, a total of 4,000 trees with 2,500 stands of towering palms and 100,000 Balinese tropical plants. Transition and out-of-play areas are accented with Augusta white sand and black volcanic rock outcroppings.
The par-71 course measures 7,002 yards from the tips and affords spectacular views of the Strip mega-resorts from the fairways. Bali Hai’s unique layout includes teasers like:
Challenging play, breathtaking scenery and first-class facilities make Bali Hai a one-of-a-kind golfer’s paradise that Golf Digest named one of the “Top 50 Resort Courses”.
Bali Hai—a tropical golf oasis resting in the shadows of the Strip resorts—is keeping the decades-long Las Vegas Strip golf tradition alive and well.Bali Hai Golf Club is the last championship course on Las Vegas Strip. Bali Hai, a tropical paradise located in the middle of Strip resorts, is keeping alive the long-standing Las Vegas Strip tradition. It is a great place to play for foursomes, corporate groups, bachelor or bachelorette parties, as well as for corporate outings. It's true, I have been extremely fortunate. Some of my favorite courses have been in other parts of the globe, but I'm happy to say I found some of the most enjoyable and unique courses right here in Las Vegas.