Bill Rohret


Bill Rohret learned from one of the best and worked hard to pass those lessons along.

Rohret spent more than 44 years in the golf course business with 27 of those coming as a course superintendent.

From Desert Rose to Stallion Mountain to Legacy and a couple of other stops, Rohret made an impact at every course he worked at.

He started under the watchful eye of another Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame member, Jim Colbert, when Rohret moved to Las Vegas from Iowa.

List of Achievements

  • Rohret spent more than 44 years working at a variety of golf courses including 27 years in Las Vegas.
  • He was named president of the Southern Nevada Golf Course Superintendent’s Association two times.
  • Rohret was a past Southwest Section PGA of American Southern Nevada Chapter Person of the Year.
  • Also volunteered his time to the Special Olympics.