One of two Bill Casper and Greg Nash-designed courses, the Concord plays like a desert course, but is lush and emerald green. The Revere – Concord Course opened in 2002, three years after its cohort, the Lexington Course. Both courses are American Revolution themed. Holes like "One if by Land" and "Two if by Sea" set the tone of the Golf Club. On the Concord Course, the Red Rock Canyon provides splendid views while Nash and Casper's design presents several tests.
High mounding messes with golfers' length off the tee. Some of the course's natural beauty presents it most difficult challenges. This is most evident on the course's signature finishing hole.This 551-yard, par-5, named "Independence," doesn't try to mask its desert surroundings. The hole's rough shifts into desert bushes around the green.
A rocky desert wash fronts a 25-foot rock wall protecting the front of the hole. And any shot that comes in too hard will be deposited in one of seven bunkers behind the green. This alternately beautiful and rugged hole makes a trip to Revere Golf Club a popular addition to any Las Vegas golf package.