Reflection Bay Golf Club is Jack Nicklaus’s second creation at Lake Las Vegas, and the first resort Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in the state.
Built in 1998 along the lake’s northern shore, every contour of this imaginative course is a rare reflection of one of the greatest golfers of all-time. Five holes stretch along a mile and a half of peaceful shoreline, with emerald greens embracing the hillside property of the luxurious Hyatt Regency Resort. Measuring 7,261 yards, Jack designed each hole on this championship course to be distinctive and memorable, including the 200-yard, par-3 eighth, which showcases a peninsula jutting out into the lake. The award-winning course re-opened in October 2014 after being closed for several years.
Reflection Bay played host to the Wendy’s 3-Tour Challenge from 1998 to 2007, where champions such as Bubba Watson, Fred Couples, John Daly and Phil Mickelson conquered Jack’s course.
In addition to world-class golf and dining facilities, Reflection Bay offers some truly unique lifestyle experiences including a private white sand beach, paddle boarding and access to the La Contessa and Lady of the Lake yachts.
Located 15 minutes east of the Las Vegas Strip, the 320-acre man-made lake is the centerpiece of this high-end residential resort community, which features one of the most unique concert experiences in the world, where a floating stage turns Reflection Bay into a beachside venue like no other.
Awards & Accolades
- Host of PGA Tour Wendy’s 3Tour Challenge 1998-2007
- Americas 100 Greatest Public Courses – Golf Digest – 2003-2007
- 50 Best Courses For Women – Golf For Women Magazine – 2002-2003
- Americas Top 75 Golf Resorts – Golf Digest – 2002
- Top 100 Courses You Can Play – Golf Magazine – 2002
- Best New Courses – Golf Digest – 1999
- Jack Nicklaus Signature Design 1998
- Gold Medal Resort – Golf Magazine
- Best Places to Play – Golf Digest
- Top 75 Best Resort Courses in America – Golf Magazine
- Top Ten You Can Play – Golf Magazine