Steeped in a rich history and tradition, the Las Vegas National Golf Club is one of the oldest golf courses in Las Vegas, this Bert Stamps designed course opened for play in October 1961 as the Stardust Country Club. Over the years the course has had a few different names and owners; from 1961 – 1968 it was the Stardust Country Club, owned by the Stardust Hotel & Casino; in 1969, the Del Webb Corporation purchased the golf course and renamed it the Sahara-Nevada Country Club, which it remained until 1982, when it was acquired by the current owners, American Golf Corporation, who dropped “Nevada” from the name. In 1994, American Golf Corporation and the Las Vegas Hilton entered into a partnership and the course was renamed the Las Vegas Hilton Country Club. In 1998, the course was renamed a final time to the Las Vegas National Golf Club.

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