Big Las Vegas Golf and Tennis Sale Features Free Gifts, TaylorMade Fairway Woods

Categories: Golf Clubs and Equipment.

Las Vegas, Nevada (September 24, 2014)–Las Vegas Golf and Tennis has been in business in Las Vegas for more than 40 years, and they are the official golf and tennis experts in Southern Nevada. This weekend starting Friday September 26, both locations are having a huge sale in honor of the Ryder Cup. If you buy a TaylorMade SLDR driver you get a free SLDR Fairway wood or rescue club, and with any purchase of $50 at the Boca Park location you will receive a special gift. For more details, visit the official Facebook page of Las Vegas Golf and Tennis. — By Brian Hurlburt.

Other specials include 77 cent grips with installation, 30% off OGIO golf bags, Q Cabretta golf gloves (5 for $20), and an additional 20% off of already low-priced apparel.

There are two Las Vegas Golf and Tennis locations. The TaymorMade SuperStore is located at 4711 Dean Martin Drive. THis location is very close to the Las Vegas Strip and is perfect of locals and visitors. The other location is in Boca Park near the golf-rich Summerlin. Call 702.892.9999 for more details or visit LVGolf.com.

The SLDR Driver is on the Golf Digest Gold List and is billed as the #1 Driver in Golf. aylorMade Golf Company, renowned for innovations in performance-enhancing golf equipment, today announced it was the recipient of nine gold medals in the 2014 Golf Digest "Hotlist" equipment issue.

The most notable of those gold medals was SLDR, which made Hotlist history by becoming the first driver to earn five stars in the categories of: Performance, Innovation,Look/Sound/Feel and Demand.

"The driver results of the 2014 Golf Digest Hotlist test are consistent with what we have seen over the last five months with not only PGA Tour players, but golfers of all skill levels," said Sean Toulon, TaylorMade Executive Vice President. "Because of the low and forward center of gravity placement, golfers are adding loft to their SLDR drivers to achieve massive distance gains. When you can hit your tee shot higher with little spin, the ball is going to carry longer and hit the ground running. I truly believe we are entering another replacement cycle for drivers because those without low and forward CG placement simply won't perform as well."