Las Vegas National Players Golf Card Offers Discounts, Free Rounds

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Las Vegas, Nevada (Dec, 6, 2015)–Las Vegas National Golf Club has opened up registration for the annual Players Card, and now through Dec. 31, 2015, you can purchase the 2016 card for only $79 as opposed to the regular cost of $99. When golfers purchase the Players Card, they will enjoy special discounted rates, guest passes, the ability to earn free golf, free range balls, and other special offers throughout 2016. Click now to view the details of the official Las Vegas National Golf Club Players Card and to sign up today. Or call 702.734.1796 and tell them Las Vegas Golf Insider sent you. * Note: the Players Card is only available to residents of Clark County, Nev. –By Brian Hurlburt.

Las Vegas National Golf Club is one of the most historic Las Vegas golf courses and has hosted events on the PGA TOUR and LPGA Tour. Legends who have won tournaments played at Las Vegas National–originally opened as Stardust Country Club in 1961–are LPGA Tour Hall of Famer Mickey Wright in addition to PGA TOUR superstars Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.

Las Vegas National Golf Club is a local and visitor favorite. The course is located just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and is the crown jewel of the historic Paradise Palms neighborhood in the heart of the city. The course is also the home of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame exhibit.

About the course: “Las Vegas National Golf Club, located less than 10 minutes from the world famous Las Vegas Strip, is a classic and traditional style 18-hole championship golf course that provides golfers of all skill levels with a unique challenge and a fun,enjoyable experience. The par 71 course features thousands of trees, well positioned sand bunkers and a few water hazards that protect lush fairways and manicured greens.”

The course is also home to the unique and innovative Golf boards. The golf boards allow you to “surf the turf” during a round of golf, a very enjoyable alternative to using a golf card. Check out the Las Vegas National Golf board video here.