June 21, 2008–Walters Golf in Las Vegas owns and operates three, themed Las Vegas golf courses that give players a look at some of the most distinct and memorable golf in Las Vegas or the world, for that matter. Bali Hai Golf Club (pictured) is 18-holes of tropical championship golf located right on the Las Vegas Strip; Royal Links Golf Club is 18-holes plucked from the legendary golf courses played during the British Open; and Desert Pines Golf Club is 18 holes of Carolina golf, complete with pine trees and challenging greens. Now you can play all three of these Las Vegas golf courses for a savings of at least 30% and for under $300 when you book online through WaltersGolf.com. Click now to book your Tour the World Las Vegas Golf Package that start at $299 during the week, and are only $349 on the weekend from now through August 31. As with many of the Las Vegas golf courses, you will find the best Las Vegas golf rates and deals for your Las Vegas golf vacation when you book directly online through the official websites of the golf courses. You will find those direct links from this website. You would pay about $600 to play these three Las Vegas golf courses in peak times.
Bali Hai Golf Club is a beautiful golf experience decorated with an award-winning clubhouse and restaurant, and complete with holes shadowed by palm trees, and lined with white sand and water. It is truly golf from the South Pacific coming to life. Royal Links Golf Club was built to honor the prestigious and historic golf courses that have been played during the Open Championship. Holes from Royal Troon, St. Andrews, and Royal Birkdale, site of the 2008 British Open, are all here and you can experience them without traveling across the pond.
Desert Pines Golf Club just might be one of the more underrated Las Vegas golf experiences you can have. The course is built on about 90 acres just minutes from the Strip and downtown Las Vegas and offers golf with a home town feel. Hundreds of pine trees, and several holes played around water give players a feeling of teeing off at "Pinehurst in the Desert."