Las Vegas, Nevada (February 5, 2012)--As of this writing, Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas is hours from being over. Hundreds of thousands will have descended on Las Vegas for the parties--and a percentage of those will have played golf while in Las Vegas. Now we look ahead to March and April when Las Vegas becomes THE place to be for college basketball --both live and on television. And if you plan to visit, click to view our official guide to Las Vegas golf courses and starting planning your golf. --By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider
The Las Vegas Golf Region is home to 40+ Las Vegas golf courses, and this website offers you direct access to the official websites of these Las Vegas golf courses. There you will find the best Las Vegas golf rates for Las Vegas golf tee times, get the best service, and also find informationa about official Las Vegas golf packages.
Here are a few different Las Vegas golf options for March Madness in Las Vegas. Click to Jack Nicklaus' Bear's Best Las Vegas for official Las Vegas golf packages, or WaltersGolf.com for packages at three different Las Vegas golf courses. Or click now for our official guide to Las Vegas golf packages.
Las Vegas is the home to three major conference basketball tournaments, and once the official NCAA tournament begins Las Vegas sports books become quasi arenas as fans watch dozens of games simultaneously, hanging on every basket because their team is playing or their money is on the line.
The first conference tournament that hits Las Vegas is the West Coast Conference (March 1-5) event that will bring BYU fans back to town at the Orleans Arena in addition to fans of Gonzaga and St. Mary's. Next up is the Western Athletic Conference (March 7-10) with teams such as Nevada, Hawaii, and Fresno State. Finally the hometown UNLV Rebels play in the Mountain West Conference (March 7-10) tournament against San Diego St., Colorado St. and Wyoming among others. Thousands of fans will be in town for the games and everything else that Las Vegas has to offer.