Vegas Locals Welcome With Insider Rates at Royal Links

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Feb. 17, 2017)–There’s a new sheriff in town at Royal Links Golf Club, so to speak, and the leadership is welcoming Las Vegas local golfers with special unpublished rates. Since 1998, Las Vegas has been home to its own little slice of golf history and that is Royal Links Golf Club. While Royal Links is a favorite of visitors, the new management would like to point out that the course should be a favorite for Vegas-area golfers as well. It not only provides a unique round of golf but also gives players a chance to learn about the deep history of the sport. — By Bill Bowman.

“This course is definitely here for everyone and that includes people living right here in Las Vegas,” said new general manager Jody Niemann. Royal Links is now owned by Scottsdale Golf and its owner Shelby Futch. “It’s just a great experience and one people won’t find anywhere else.”

Click here to check out Royal Links and also sign up now for the special email club so you’ll be one of the first to be informed when the latest deals come up online. The local insider secret is for golfers living in Southern Nevada to call the golf shop at 702-765-0484 for special unpublished rates, promos and last-minute deals.

While the course has long been a must-play for thousands of visitors each year, it’s a layout that should attract more Vegas players as well. After all, this links-style course, designed by Dye International, is right in your backyard.

Royal Links takes players on a tour of replica golf holes that pay tribute to some of the best holes at some of the top courses in The Open Championship rotation. It’s a course that will give players a world-class experience, but without having to leave Las Vegas.

Holes like “Road Hole,” Hell Bunker,” and “The Postage Stamp” whisk players across the Pond. Throw in caddies (believe us, they will definitely help you find your way around the course as well as find the occasional errant shot), historic plaques and artifacts (such as a replica of the Swilcan Bridge and the Claret Jug), a castle-like clubhouse/restaurant and you’ve got more than just an ordinary round of golf–you’ve got a golf experience that will leave lasting impressions.