Las Vegas World Am is set for Feb. 25-28 at a variety of courses

Updated: January 2, 2019

With temperatures in late February averaging a comfortable 65 degrees, Las Vegas is ready to welcome participants to the 2019 Las Vegas World Amateur golf tournament Feb. 25-28.

New for this year – an opportunity to pick your first-round playing partner regardless of division or flight, plus an opportunity to play the fourth day at the championship venue – even if you don’t qualify for the final. This will be first come first served with a limit of 24 players and at a discounted price. Courses this year include the opening round at Chimera Golf Club (formerly Tuscany), both the Lexington and Concord courses at Revere, with the Championship held at Royal Links.

The $600 entry fee includes 54 holes of net stroke tournament play on a different course each day, a tee prize worth over $200 including $100 of credit at Las Vegas Golf & Tennis, a welcome/scoring party on Monday and a championship reception on Wednesday after the final regular round.

Early bird tournament entry deadlines, at 5 p.m. January 30th.

The Las Vegas World Amateur is a handicapped event open to all golfers of all skill levels – men, women, young, and old – anyone with a valid USGA Handicap Index (issued by a licensed club or federation). It features six competitive age-based divisions, and golfers are flighted by handicaps within each division. Each flight winner advances to the championship round to determine the world champion. Participants are guaranteed to play a different course every day. For more information or to register for this fun-filled five-day event, visit