Woods, Harmon, Gulbis, Jones Highlight 10 Years at Las Vegas Golf Course Rio Secco

October 31, 2007–It seems like just yesterday that Rio Secco Golf Club  burst onto the scene and quickly became one of the best Las Vegas golf courses, both in quality and by buzz created by those that played or practiced at the course. This Las Vegas golf course, designed by the legendary and award-winning architect […]

Louden, Colbert Induction Highlights Junior Golf in Southern Nevada

Former Las Vegas resident Stephanie Louden is ready for the 2010 LPGA Tour season.

October 29, 2007–Junior golf in Southern Nevada and Las Vegas has a very long and rich history, and there are many people associated with the sport that could be deemed worthy of induction into the inaugural class of the Southern Nevada Junior Golf Hall of Fame. Recently, the first two members–LPGA Tour player and former […]

Torre, Maddux, Couples Spotted Teeing It Up at Las Vegas Golf Courses

October 27, 2007–On just about any given day, you can spot a celebrity or athlete teeing it up on one of the many Las Vegas golf courses. And this past week was no different. Review-Journal celebrity columnist Norm! reports that recently-resigned Yankees manager Joe Torre tee'd it up at Wynn Golf and Country Club. And […]

Las Vegas Golf Course Bali Hai Site for Million Dollar High Stakes Bets by Poker Stars

October 26, 2007–Walters Golf owns and operates three Las Vegas golf courses, Bali Hai Golf Club, Royal Links Golf Club and Desert Pines Golf Club, golf courses that are unique to each other and to Las Vegas golf. And recently, the South Pacific-themed Bali Hai Golf Club was home to some high stakes golf betting […]

Angel Park Golf Club and Las Vegas Pro David Stead Wins Prestigious Award

October 24, 2007–David Stead, the Director of Golf at Angel Park Golf Club, the home of two Arnold Palmer-designed Las Vegas golf courses, was recently named the winner of the Southwest Section PGA of America Bill Strausbaugh Award that recognizes the community efforts of pros in Arizona and Nevada. Specifically the Bill Strausbaugh Award was established […]

Everyone Can Play with Harrah’s Las Vegas Golf Vacations and Packages

October 22, 2007–UPDATED INFO. CLICK NOW FOR LAS VEGAS GOLF PACKAGES GUIDE. You can be the highest roller or the player looking for the budget golf trip. Either way you will most likely find the Las Vegas golf vacation, trip or golf packages you crave when you book through Harrah's Golf Vacations, a one-stop online […]

Las Vegas Golfer Ryan Moore Talks about Set-up Tweak That Led to 63-66

October 20, 2007 (UPDATED Oc. 22)–Former UNLV All-American golfer Ryan Mooreled the FRYS Electronics Open in Arizona after two rounds, mostly due to a tweak in his swing setup he made during the previous week's FRYS.com Open, played at Las Vegas golf courses TPC Canyons and TPC Summerlin. Moore opened with rounds of 66-63 to […]

McNeill Cashes Big FRYS.com Open Check; May Top Las Vegas Finisher

2007 Champ McNeill

  2007 Champ McNeill October 15, 2007–George McNeill came into the Las Vegas pros neighborhood, and became another PGA Tour player who made the Las Vegas event–this year the FRYS.com Open– their first PGA Tour title. With the addition of Nick Watney, who moved to Las Vegas a few months ago to be closer to his […]

No More FRYS.com; 2008 Will Be Shriners Hospitals for Children Open


October 15, 2007–FRYS.com, according to 2007 tournament chairman Gary Davis, helped save the PGA Tour in Las Vegas, but after two years, they are leaving as title sponsor, handing the reigns to the Shriners, who this year took over as the host organization. The Shriners are self-described as one of the "biggest secrets" in philanthropy, […]

Las Vegas Golfers in FRYS.com Open Going Home Too Early!

Former UNLV standout Chad Campbell takes aim at The Masters title this week after losing in a playoff last year.

  Chad Campbell October 13, 2007—The PGA Tour is celebrating its 25th-straight year in Las Vegas with the playing of the FRYS.com Open Benefiting the Shriners Hospitals for Children. A lot of things have changed–new title sponsor, new charitable benfactor, new spectator areas–but one thing that hasn't changed is that too many golfers with strong […]

Las Vegas Golfer Bob May Survives Life Cycle; Shoots 63 in FRYS.com Open 1st Round

Las Vegas' Bob May is on the comeback trail to earn a PGA Tour card

October 12, 2007–Bob May, a Las Vegas resident, has had his share of injuries over the years, and at one time dealt with a back issue that was nearly golf-career ending. But it looked like he had everything going well of late, but then during a routine workout earlier this year, he hurt himself while using […]

UNLV Men’s Golfer Seung-su Han Wins MWC Golfer of the Month Award

October 10, 2007–UNLV junior men's golfer Seung-su Han has been selected the Mountain West Conference Men's Golfer of the Month for September, the league announced Thursday. Han, an Incheon, South Korea, native, finished second at the Shoot-out at Angel Park, helping the Rebels to a team title in his only appearance of the month. He […]

Halstead, Quintero Claim WSNGA Amateur at Las Vegas Golf Course Angel Park

Carol Halstead

  Carol Halstead October 10, 2007–The Women's Southern Nevada Golf Association recently held its major amateur championship at Angel Park Golf Club, and the champion of the gross division was Regina Quintero who fired rounds of 78-79 to defeat Liz Carroll by a single shot. The net division was won by Carol Halstead who shot adjusted […]

UNLV Finishes 10th at Sahalee But Wins Spirit Award

October 10, 2007–UNLV women’s golf finished 10th at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Wednesday and the Rebels were led by Natasha Krishna, who finished in the top 20 at the tournament, which was held at the Sahalee Country Club. The Rebels had a team total of 921 (312-302-307, +57) and they also earned the Sahalee […]

UNLV Men’s Golf Finish Third at Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate

October 10, 2007–The No. 16 UNLV men's golf team shot a final-round 1-over-par 285 and finished third at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on Tuesday at the Old Overton Golf Club (par 71, 6,958 yards). The Rebels, who were just six shots back of host Alabama to start the day, finished at 23-under 829 for […]

Las Vegas Golf Courses Angel Park, Legacy Go Brown to Go Green

October 9, 2007–Two more Las Vegas golf courses have completed major turf removal projects designed to save millions of gallons of water each year, but the by product of the projects are new, enhanced looks for the courses. You can judge for yourself from the before and after pictures of Angel Park Golf Club, but the […]

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The OB Sports Team Championship was played at Gary Panks' Aliante

October 6, 2007–UPDATED INFO. CLICK TO OFFICIAL LAS VEGAS GOLF PACKAGES GUIDE. OB Sports,a golf course management company, has had a long presence in Las Vegas, and currently the company operates three Las Vegas golf facilities with four Las Vegas golf courses–five if you include the lighted, par 3 Cloud Nine at Angel Park Golf […]

UNLV Men’s Golf Wins Event at Las Vegas Golf Course Angel Park Golf Club

October 3, 2007–The No. 16 UNLV men's golf team blew past the competition and was the only team to break 280 for the Shoot Out at Angel Park as it shot an 8-under-par 276 during the final round on Sunday, which was played at Angel Park Golf Club in Las Vegas. Angel Park Golf Club, billed the world's […]

Hulk, Hercules, Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year Highlight Partee Fore Kids Golf Event

October 3, 2007–Lou Ferrigno, Kevin Sorbo, Nick Faldo, and many other big names are scheduled to be in Las Vegas for Danny Gans' Partee Fore Kids presented by Southern Nevada Toyota Dealers, that raises funds for The First Tee of Southern Nevada and the Danny Gans Junior Golf Academy. The golf/entertainment event will kick off with a […]