Bali Hai Golf Club sits adjacent to the two-most visited spots in Las Vegas. The Strip, and the McCarron Internation Airport. The course extends just out into the line of a couple of runways so you will undoubtedly have several planes and/or helicopters fly over you.
The clubhouse is very nice, one of the best I've been to. The restaurant has large windows and glass doors to help give you a view of the course. The prime seating is on the east side and gives you the perfect view of the signature hole 16th.
The course has a plethora of palm trees lining almost every hole, with the perimeter holes line further by desert areas. The course is in impeccable condition and well-manicured throughout.
Half of the holes here run parallel to each other and feel very similar. The other knock for the course is they don't really have a driving range. They have about 10 stalls where you hit into a net about 40 yards out.
Although half of the holes are somewhat the same, the others are where the course truly shine. I found each to be superb and memorable, and somewhat worthy of the hefty green fee. Holes 3 through 6 is definitely one of the best stretches in Vegas. Overall a great course.