Reflection Bay can be found well off the Las Vegas Strip and that can be a welcome break from anyone visiting there. The course was originally opened in 1998, but then closed its doors in 2009. It was then restored and opened once again in 2014, and my friends and I were lucky enough to play it a couple of months later.
The layout of this course is stunning and it one of my all-time favorites. Thirteen of the holes weave through sparse residential areas, while the remaining five line Lake Las Vegas. These water-lined holes, which are found at the finish of each nine, are what really shine on the course, but the remaining holes aren't too shabby either.
As with many Vegas courses the houses that line the holes are far way and do not really encroach on play. You won't regret it, if you decide make your way onto this course. The clubhouse is one of the nicest I've ever seen and I enjoyed using the practice facilities. In particular the practice green which sits in the shadows of some towering palm trees. It feels like a great spot to roll some putts.