cwaybright... I do have some Vegas thoughts for you... Eric, you have a good memory! Actually, I have been to Vegas at least 2 times per year since 1979... you can do that math.... It's a lot
As for courses, Reflection Bay and Tuscany a great choices. I have also played Aliante to the north and Rhodes Ranch to the south. Both nice places. You can also go to Bear's Best, which is a Nicklaus course up in the elevation. That's one of the top courses. One other I recommend is Royal Golf Links, which is a remake of 18 top British Open holes. Nice day to play there.
A word of caution! There is a group there called Walter's Golf, and they are quite shady. They own Royal Golf Links, so I am kind of double talking here. Walter's owns several courses, and if you go on their site, you'll see Bali Hai, Royal Links, and Dessert Pines. I played Dessert Pines 3 years ago, and there was literally (no exaggeration) no grass on the greens and the dirt was painted green. First hole we thought it was weird, by hole 3 we were furious. Told the ranger and he said all the greens were like this, and told us to get over it. What??? We drove off the course and asked for a refund, which was denied. So we left.
I drove to Royal (which at the time I did not know was affiliated) and asked to play. When I vented to the pro, he told me they were sister courses, and he comped my round! So I trash Walters every chance I get, but do recommend Royal Links... but with caution.
Go to www.lasvegasgolfcourses.com. Lots to choose from, but none close together. It's not a Hilton Head or Myrtle Beach type place. Costs are higher and driving distances farther.