The season opener event of the Southern Nevada Golf Association was played at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort.
The list of celebrities who play golf in Las Vegas is long. Presidents, movie stars, athletes and other notables tee it up here on a daily basis. The late Sammy Davis, Jr., and his Rat Pack buddies, were some of the first to make golfing in Vegas the cool thing to do.
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The first week of the PGA Tour’s 2007 full-schedule season has kicked off, and Paul Goydos is the first champion. One former Rebel with Las Vegas golf ties finished in the top 50, but the rest of the Las Vegas Golf Nation failed to make the cut, unless you count a few notable past Las Vegas […]
Rees Jones has been named one of golf's most influential people, and is known as the US Open docter for his work at re-tooling some of America's most traditional golf courses to get them ready to host the United States Golf Association's major championship. The world-renowned Cascata, right here in Las Vegas golfdom, reflects his […]
Southwest Greens, the longtime leader in synthetic putting surfaces, is now a partner with Jack Nicklaus Design. The partnership allows Southwest Greens to offer a premium line of putting greens.
Former UNLV Rebel. golfer and Las Vegas golfer Adam Scott, who when he was playing at UNLV practiced at Las Vegas golf courses like Shadow Creek, TPC at The Canyons, Rio Secco Golf Club and TPC Summerlin, among others, jump started his 2007 PGA Tour season with a runner-up finish at the Mercedes Championship.
Las Vegas' best PGA club pros and a few Las Vegas golf courses were honored for excellence at an award event held at TPC Summerlin, home of the FRYS.com Open, the PGA Tour event held in Las Vegas.
No fewer than 11 golfers who either live in Las Vegas or have serious ties to Las Vegas golf courses and the city will have some status, and be eligible to play in at least a few events on the PGA Tour in 2007.
Yes, Tito Ortiz–the Huntington Beach Bad Boy, arguably the biggestif not baddest name in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), got whipped by Chuck Liddell to end 2006, but since we dont think Chucky Boy is a golfer, Tito still retains his unofficial status as worlds toughest golfer.
By Brian Hurlburt, Golf Las Vegas Now editor Celebrities, sports stars and other dignitaries have a long history of playing golf in Las Vegas. Several presidents played at the old Desert Inn, and Sammy Davis, Jr. and his Rat Pack buddies were always teeing it up on the layout.
The pro shop at The Revere at Anthem in Las Vegas was recently honored by Golf World Business Magazine as a Top 100 Golf Shop in the United States. The award comes on the heels of several other honors including a VegasGolfer Magazine award for best restaurant (Buckman's Grille), and Golf Digest recently rated the course 4.5 stars […]
It was heady stuff in 2004 when two UNLV graduates, teammates and All-Americans, Chris Riley and Chad Campbell, made the same American Ryder Cup team. Campbell had done it with solid play throughout the previous two years, and Riley nabbed one of the final spots with a fourth-place finish in the PGA Championship at Whistling […]
The nationally-ranked UNLV golf team hosts the Southern Highlands Collegiate March 9-11 at the lavish and spectacular Southern Highlands Golf Club, one of the most beatufiful and best golf courses in Las Vegas.
The nationally-ranked UNLV golf team hosts the Southern Highlands Collegiate March 9-11 at the lavish and spectacular Southern Highlands Golf Club, one of the most beatufiful and best golf courses in Las Vegas. The field is filled with the best college teams and players in the nation. According to the Golfweek poll, five of the […]