Revere Golf Club - Concord Course
Henderson, NV 89052 Phone(s): (877) 273-8373, (702) 259-4653
It was a chilly night in April, 1775, when Paul Revere made his famous "midnight ride" through Massachusetts and warned Americans that the British army was coming. This valiant display of patriotism was the inspiration behind the Revere at Anthem, located just south of Las Vegas in Henderson.
The club originally opened in 1999 with the first of two courses, the Lexington, named after the first stop on his famous ride. In June of 2002, the Concord course was added and accompanied the same theme of providing golfers with a "revolutionary golf experience."
The Concord is a collaboration of PGA legend Billy Casper and Greg Nash. It is the duo's sixth design in the Las Vegas area. They also crafted the Lexington.
The land for the Concord is prime, sitting south of the city atop one of the highest points in the valley. The canyon landscape gives players a breathtaking and intimate setting.
The course is slightly more forgiving than its older sibling. It plays just at slightly more than 7,000 yards from the back tees. There are four sets of tees in all, playing its shortest at just 5,305 yards.
The course has similar elevation changes to the Lexington and many tees are elevated, which is just one of the many forgiving characteristics coming into play on the Concord. Wide fairways and large greens welcome golfers of all abilities - those who want to score well and those hoping to stay out of trouble. The course rating plays about a stroke easier than the Lexington at 72.8 compared to 73.6.
Each hole on the Concord bears a historic name pertaining to the revolutionary era. The first hole, "Bunker Hill," is named after the American's valiant Revolutionary War battle. The par-5 18th, "Independence," is a fitting title for the end of the round. These names are just one of the many ways the Revere at Anthem strives to educate and inspire those who come.
Since the club's opening in 1999, the accolades have come in from many publications, naming the Revere at Anthem one of Vegas' best. The Lexington and Concord were both given a coveted four-star rating by Golf Digest. Both were also named a "Best New Course" when they opened.
The practice area, fittingly named "The Battlefield," gives guests an opportunity to hone their game before the round. Complimentary balls are available to guests and natural grass hitting areas and practice areas make the area one of the most complete in the area. Lessons and a variety of different golf schools are offered the entire year.
Off-course amenities have also been praised. The pro shop was rated in the Top 100, and Buckman's Grille was voted a "Top 19th hole" by Vegas Golfer magazine.
The Revere at Anthem's 23,000-square-foot clubhouse offers panoramic views of the valley and Las Vegas strip with an entire side enclosed in glass from top to bottom. The experience, both off course and on, is sure to leave golfers a sense of freedom, much like Revere's ride inspired revolutionaries in 1775.
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Golf course details
- Holes: 18
- Designed by: Billy Casper, Greg Nash
- Public/Private: Public
- Year opened: 2002
- Golf Season: Year round
- Guest Policy: Open
- Tee times welcomed: Yes
- Pro in house: Yes
- Driving range: Yes
- Rental clubs: Yes
- Rental carts: Yes - included in green fees
Green fees price ranges
- Week days: $175
- Weekends: $205