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-- Located 20 minutes from the Strip --

Book a Tee Time: Concord | Lexington
 
Concord Course
Tees Yards Slope Rating
Black
7043 132 72.3
White
6529 126 70.3
Silver
5637 113 68.1
 
Lexington Course
Tees Yards Slope Rating
Black
7143 139 73.6
White
6590 131 70.8
Silver
5305 117 69.9
 
Address: 2600 Hampton Road / Henderson, Nevada
Course Info: The Revere Golf Club Las Vegas' motif is designed around Paul Revere, the well-known American revolutionary, and their mantra is appropriately "A Revolutionary Golf Experience." The philosophy of the design was to create a revolutionary golf experience for players of all skill levels and to build the course into the natural canyon landscape, providing golfers with an intimate golfing experience. The Revere golf club presents a blend of beauty and challenge unlike any other in Southern Nevada.

Draped through the rugged desert canyons and valleys of the Las Vegas foothills, The Revere offers unending, awe-inspiring views of the city below and mountains beyond, and the Lexington's stunning 7,143 -yard, par-72 layout will test your shot making capabilities with classic risk/reward scenarios. The Revere at Anthem Concord Course, the latest creation, offers a 7,034 yard par-72 layout that offers Bermuda fairways and large greens. As one of the top Las Vegas Golf Courses, Revere Golf Club provides you with a variety of options to accommodate your game, regardless of skill level. Golf Magazine named The Revere at Anthem one of the top new courses in America when it came on line in 2000. Designed by PGA Tour Hall-of-Famer Billy Casper and architect Greg Nash.

The first 18-hole championship golf course, The Lexington, opened on April 17, 1999. (The same night Paul Revere made his famous ride). The second 18-hole championship golf course, The Concord, opened June 1, 2002. On the night of his famous ride, Paul Revere began in the town of Lexington and rode on to Concord. The practice facility “The Battlefield” offers all grass areas and unlimited balls. Also offered are two separate practice putting areas as well as a pitching/chipping area to practice your short game.

Lexington Course -- Built in Desert Canyon, the lush 7,143 yard par 72 course features countless natural elevation changes and beautiful views of the Las Vegas golf skyline. A combination of distance and tricky elements create the difficulty at The Lexington. Most holes force quick decisions by the golfer. The course's second hole quickly establishes this theme. The Revere at Anthem - Lexington course's tee boxes are elevated and the holes wander through the desert terrain of the Black Mountain. The way the tees and the course is laid out, there will be a different challenge for each level of play - hidden bunkers (with beautiful pure sand), blind shots and raised greens. Every hole has a combination of golf and scenery. A must play Las Vegas Golf Course.

Concord Course -- The Revere Golf Club - Concord opened in June of 2002 and is a combination of single and parallel fairways that meander through the canyons, creating a variety of golf experiences for the player. The Concord features a five- acre lake and dramatic elevation changes. Holes 1 through 4 play downhill through the canyon, while 5 - 9 plays back up through the same canyon. The side slope back towards the center, so if you hit a bad shot, it may come back down toward the fairway. The back nine is a bit more wide open.
Review:

"I played Revere Lexington for the first time this fall. It is a beautiful course, running through magnificent canyons, with waterfalls and difficult desert setting. The back 9 was the hardest 9 holes I played all year. This course is located just south of Rio Secco. Having played both courses, I would rate Lexington on par with Rio and a better value. This is a must play from now on when we visit Las Vegas" ~ Tom Sweet, Nashotah, WI

Directions: Take I-15 South to I-215 East. Exit I-215 at Eastern Ave. Take Eastern Ave. South (turn right) to Anthem Pkwy. Enter Anthem Pkwy. (on the left) from Eastern Ave. Follow the signs to The Revere Golf Club.
   
 
 
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