A golf course in America that already had the record for the most expensive green fee in the world, raised its own standard by raising the cost of 18 holes from $ 600 to a striking $ 1,000 (£ 725).
Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas has enjoyed its status as the most expensive green fee in the world up and down since it first opened in 1990, only losing its first place briefly when Pebble Beach raised its fee to $ 575. A rise to However, $ 600 in 2019 was overshadowed by the latest 66% increase, which takes the price for 18 holes in four digits.
The Tom Fazio-designed track, first built as a private club for hotel and real estate magnate Steve Wynn to entertain his clients and well-known friends, has been open to the public for nearly 20 years, albeit for a start time for guests to be able to insure. must already be staying at Wynn’s MGM Hotel in Las Vegas, which is 20 minutes by private limousine from the track. Only two four-balls are allowed per day, and only between Monday and Thursday.
The $ 1,000 fee applies to its peak season (March to May; plus October and November), with the lowest rate of $ 750.
Shadow Creek was ranked 27th on Golf Digest’s latest rankings in America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses, and fifth on the list of public golf courses, and has hosted several professional tournaments over the past few years, including the PGA Tour’s CJ Cup in October. 2020, as well as the ‘The Match’, a suitable TV showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in 2018.