October 26, 2008–TPC Las Vegas is one of two PGA Tour-owned Las Vegas golf courses, but the only one that is open for public, resort play. This Las Vegas golf course is a past host to the PGA Tour and Champions Tour, and word is that the course was recently featured on The Golf Channel in a "Best of Las Vegas Golf" segment. TPC Las Vegas is offering several Las Vegas golf deals for both Nevada residents and visiting Las Vegas golfers. Visitors can save $75 per player ($300 per foursome!) while Nevada residents can buy a special Winter Golf Pass and play for as low as $50 per round.
TPC Las Vegas is best described as "desert elegance" and was designed in conjuction of PGA Tour design services with lead designer Bobby Weed while legendary pro Raymond Floyd helped with the process. Past champions who have played and won on this Las Vegas golf courses include Jim Colbert, Jim Furyk, Stuart Appleby and many more. TPC Las Vegas is THE place to play and practice for LPGA Tour and PGA Tour players who call Las Vegas home. TPC Las Vegas was formerly called TPC at The Canyons while the second PGA TOUR-owned Las Vegas golf courses is the private TPC Summerlin, host of the PGA TOUR's Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Nevada residents should jump on the opportunity to buy the special Winter Golf Pass for $600 that includes 12 rounds at this historic and intriguing Las Vegas golf course. The rounds can be played through February 15th, 2009. Also, Nevada residents who book tee times within a 48-hour window pay only $75 through the end of the year. This deal is not for out-of-town visitors because it is used as way to reward loyal players who frequent the course throughout the year. The pass is available for purchase in the pro shop or for more information call 256-2000.
But visitors can enjoy up to a $300 savings per foursome when booking Las Vegas golf tee times at TPC Las Vegas on Monday through Thursday. This is a limited-time offer, but the best Las Vegas golf rates for TPC Las Vegas can be found at the course's official website.ll golfers should make it a point to experience TPC Las Vegas, where the pros play. Maybe Floyd describes the course best: "As far as aesthetics and playability," says Floyd, who considers TPC Las Vegas among his best works, "I would put TPC Las Vegas up against any golf course you care to mention. It's as unique as they come and I'm very proud of the way it has turned out, especially given the challenges of designing a golf course on such a challenging piece of proprty. But I think a golf course is kind of like a fine wine. The best come from the toughest pieces of ground."