"The famous "Rat Pack" entertainer was a fixture at the Las Vegas Country Club in its early years. Even before the course officially opened on October 20, 1967, he [Dean Martin] was playing it nearly every day, often with local legends Bo Wininger, Myron Friedman, Don Cherry, Minnie Cardillo and Tony Frabbiele.
LVCC's first golf professional, Arthur Nightingale, called his favorite group The Gruesome Sixsome. "They were a lot of fun, but I should have used the word awesome, not gruesome. How often do you get a group like that?""
(Dean Martin Statue Marker)
Opened in 1967 as The Las Vegas International Country Club. Sold to the Bonanza Hotel and renamed The Bonanza Country Club and Corral. Sold in 1970 and renamed The Las Vegas Country Club.
Notable past residents: Kirk Kerkorian, Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal", Moe Dalitz, Burt Cohen, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme.
Located at 3000 Joe W Brown Drive, Winchester, Nevada.