Las Vegas Country Club
The Las Vegas Country Club is a private and elite equity membership club built by Marvin Kratter of Nevada Equities in the 1960s, which is now the favorite hideaway of celebrities and professional golfers.
The Club boasts of an 18-hole exquisitely manicured classic golf course designed by the legendary Ed Ault, a golf shop, six indoor and outdoor tennis courts, racquetball, a clubhouse, a swimming pool, a fitness center that's equipped with state-of-the-art aerobic and weight machines, dining room, men's and women's lounges, member bar, barber and manicurist, member grille and banquet facilities.
The Club underwent several ownership turnovers since is construction in the 1960s. From Kratter to a Strip hotel called Bonanza and later to the four partners of Realty Holdings namely Moe Dalitz, Harry Lahr, Nate Adelson and Irwin Molasky.
The group of Dalitz afterwards sold the Club into 40 of its members who left it as an equity type membership, that still is until now.
The golf course underwent a major renovation to reconstruct each of the greens, bunkers and tees complexes and to replace its 20-year-old irrigation system using Architect Mark Rathert doing the new design.
The golf course has undergone a facelift but still retains the traditional look and playability.
The clubhouse of the Las Vegas Country Club boasts of modern amenities such as a Jacuzzitub, sauna, an indoor exercise room, pro shop, men's grill, women's card area, snack bar, shoe shop and barber shop.
The Las Vegas Country Club intends to offer the finest personal Club experience through exceptional services, amenities and facilities while achieving outstanding value for the members. It's long been recognized as the place for "power lunches" because of its location, outstanding food and comfy atmosphere.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Do you love cars?
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is a 1,200-acre complicated composed of numerous tracks for motorsports racing, owned by Speedway Motorsports Inc..
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway was the home of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and regularly hosts the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, the Denso Spark Plug NHRA Nationals along with the Toyota NHRA Nationals.
In the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, you don't only get to see motorsports racing but you might also experience driving a racing car, even if you aren't a pro.
You can feel the delight of a 600-horsepower NASCAR race car during one of the Speedway's high-speed ride-alongs from the Richard Petty Driving Experience.
The Richard Petty Driving Experience is the worldwide leader in NASCAR stock car journey and drive amusement, which is available for guests to test in more than 20 main speedways in the United States that included the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
You can push during one of 8, 18 or 30 lap Driving Experiences and feel the thrill of maneuvering the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. You'd surely consider it as a joy of a lifetime.
Or you can drive among the Legend Cars, that have become one of the fastest growing sections of motorsports today.
The Legend Cars consist of affordable race cars with a special design that provide a fun racing opportunity where anyone -- inexperienced or experienced -- can compete.
The Legends Cars is your racing opportunity for anybody, irrespective of age.
You can even try the Dream Racing, a 5-star driving experience within an actual race track inside the superspeedway of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Fantasy racing features free transportation, race theory theater, 3D racing simulators and an actual race with one of the largest variety of several of the world's most exclusive GT race cars in just a 1.2-mile, nine-turn race track.
Or should you crave to drive a supercar on a racetrack, try the Exotics Racing. Here, you may choose from a fleet of click here exotic supercars that have Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, Aston Martin, Audi R8, Mercedes-AMG GT S, Corvette Z06 and the Nissan GT-R and drive off the track with a one-on-one training in a professional racing instructor.
Or you can join a tour inside speedway's nine tracks and access its infield.
You could even meet your favourite car racer up close at the Neon Garage letting you and other race fans to see the drivers and crew of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series from the ground-level and elevated positions.
The Neon Garage was called "NASCAR's Disneyland" since it provides unprecedented access to race teams and drivers, apart from offering unique concession areas, live entertainment and the Winner's Circle.
So drive your Vegas dream at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.