The Las Vegas Country Club
Established in 1967, the Las Vegas Country Club was originally called the Las Vegas International Golf and Tennis Club with many Las Vegas celebrities frequenting including Dean Martin.
On the 10th hole of the golf course, a replica plane sits inside a water hazard. In 1981, the FBI was spying on mafia activity and flying for so long that the plane ran out of gas and forced to make an emergency landing on the course. The scene is dramatized in Martin Scorsese's film "Casino".
The Las Vegas Country Club is guard gated and home to the Recency Towers, Single Family Homes, Townhouses, and the Monterey Condominium community.