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Las Vegas National Golf Club Home to Top Pros For Instruction E-mail

Las Vegas National golf instruction

Las Vegas, Nevada (March 20, 2014)--Las Vegas National Golf Club has a deep history of being a course where some of the top golf professionals in Las Vegas have taught the game. This Las Vegas golf course opened in 1961 and over the years the likes of Charlie Teel and Arthur Nightingale, among others, have helped the golf games of Vegas golfers from the range at National (opened as Stardust CC). Teel was inducted into the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame and Nightlingale was published in Golf Magazine several times. Recently Las Vegas National has entered into a partnership with two more top teaching professionals, Kevin Scroggins and Mitch Kemper. The two offer lessons, camps, ladies clinics and more. Click now to view the official Las Vegas National golf instruction information or to set a lesson. --By Brian Hurlburt.

Las Vegas Golf Summerlin Courses To Offer Beginner Clinics, Free Golf E-mail

Eagle Crest golf clinics

Las Vegas, Nevada (January 23, 2014)--There are three cool Las Vegas golf courses designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash that make up the Golf Summerlin trifecta. And now the staff and pros at the courses will be offering special "101 beginning golf clinics" to help introduce the game. The clinics will be conducted by the top-level professional staff of the courses and be held at Eagle Crest Golf Club. The four-session, weekly clinic (both co-ed and women only sessions will be held) is only $100 for all four, and will include two free rounds of golf at Eagle Crest plus a practice range card. Individual clinic sessions can be purchased for $30 each. Contact the Eagle Crest pro shop at 702.240.1320 for reservations and details. Sessions begin the week of March 4 for co-ed and March 6 for women only. --By Brian Hurlburt

Las Vegas' Mike Davis, a Golf Magazine Top 100 Pro, Offers Video Putting Tips E-mail

Las Vegas PGA of America pro Mike DavisLas Vegas, Nevada (February 11, 2012)--Drive for show, putt for dough. Every golfer has heard the phrase, and it rings in your head immediately after a three-putt bogey. Las Vegas Golf Region resident and Golf Magazine Top 100 and PGA of America teaching professional Mike Davis feels the pain, but offers a cure. Davis is the Director of Instruction of Walters Golf, operators of three Las Vegas golf courses. Click now for a video about his putting tips and drills. --By Brian Hurlburt, Instruction by Mike Davis.


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