Home of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame

The historic Las Vegas National Golf Club is where the official Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame exhibit is located and also one of three Las Vegas courses played when Tiger Woods won for the first time on the PGA Tour.

Thousands of visiting and local Vegas golfers stop and view the exhibit every day during regular Las Vegas National operating hours. VISIT LasVegasNational.com NOW.

Items have been donated by inductees and others to create a museum-like area. The Las Vegas Founders, a volunteer organization that operated PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Senior PGA Tour and UNLV events, donated official trophies for the public to enjoy

EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS

 

  • Plaques of each Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Inductee
  • PGA Tour Las Vegas Invitational trophy won by Tiger Woods and others
  • PGA Sahara Invitational trophy
  • First Las Vegas Invitational Slot Machine Trophy
  • Las Vegas Senior Classic Trophy
  • Las Vegas Golf timeline
  • Las Vegas Golf Wall of Champions
  • Historic Las Vegas Golf Memorabilia and Photos

Special Thanks to the Las Vegas Founders for donating the trophies to our exhibit.

Las Vegas National Golf Club opened as the Stardust Country Club in 1961 and hosted the LPGA Championship from 1961-66.

The course also hosted the Tournament of Champions in 1966-67 and was a longtime host of the Sahara Invitational PGA Tour event.

Tiger Woods played one of his five rounds during the 1996 Las Vegas Invitational when he won for the first time on the PGA Tour.