Options Galore at Golf Summerlin’s Trifecta Of Courses

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. (June 21, 2017)–When the summer months hit, the folks at Golf Summerlin roll out the red carpet when it comes to specials. And these aren’t your run-of-the-mill specials. These are really, well, special. And from now until the end of summer, some of the hottest deals in town are available at all three courses. — By Bill Bowman.

Here are the deals, gameshow style:

Let’s start with Door No. 1. This one’s simple. Buy $50 in merchandise at Highland Falls or Palm Valley or $40 in gear at Eagle Crest and you receive a free round of golf. It’s that simple.

How about Door No. 2. Play a round of golf and receive a replay round at any of the courses for just $15 (must be played the same day).

Then there’s Door No. 3. Hospitality Wednesdays. Those in the hospitality industry play for just $25 ($20 at Eagle Crest). Just a reminder to bring your employee ID card.

There’s more. How about Door No. 4. Try out the Beyond Golf Summer Deals. At The Tavern at The Falls (Highland Falls), players can get a hot dog and a beer for $5 or get a domestic 6-pack of beer for $15 ($20 for imports). At Summit Snack Bar (Eagle Crest), players can get a slice of pizza and a beer for $5 and the same deal on the six-packs of beer.

And there’s one more door to check out: The CCSD Summer Card. The card, which costs $25, is good for CCSD members and their families. Rates to play with the card are $20 after 10 a.m. Players can play before 10 a.m. by paying the course’s loyalty rate. Again, make sure to bring your ID card when you sign up.

“The conditions at the courses are fantastic and we’re trying to give people good deals,” said Donny Long, golf operations manager for Golf Summerlin. “Once they come out here and see the courses, we usually keep them.”

Golf Summerlin’s three courses, designed by the team of Billy Casper and Greg Nash, are located in northwest Las Vegas. The layouts all offer players a variety of playing options. Highland Falls and Palm Valley are par-72 layouts while Eagle Crest is a par-60 executive course.