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Image November 16, 2008–When you peer down a fairway at Las Vegas golf course TPC Las Vegas, you never know what 'golf ghost' might appear. Could it be Stuart Appleby, the 2003 Las Vegas PGA Tour Champion, blasting a drive? Or what about Hale Irwin, from 1997, when he won the Las Vegas Senior Classic? No matter you are 'playing' behind, from now until December 31, 2008, Las Vegas golfers can play TPC Las Vegas for just $200 (a possible savings of $300 per foursome) if you click now for the special internet special Las Vegas golf deal. Get updated Las Vegas golf deals now.

Or maybe it isn't a ghost and in reality you are teeing off after current LPGA and PGA Tour Las Vegas residents Erica Blasberg, Charley Hoffman, Dean Wilson, and Alex Cejka who play at TPC Las Vegas all of time. The TPC Las Vegas golf course is a home away from home for many of the two dozen Las Vegas pro golfers who live here or who have lived in Las Vegas. And the TPC Las Vegas has hosted multiple events on both the Champions Tour and PGA Tour. Champions who have won events at TPC Las Vegas, including Appleby and Irwin, are Jim Colbert, Jim Furyk, Billy Andrade, Troy Matteson, and many more.

The TPC Las Vegas is one of many Las Vegas golf courses offering special Las Vegas golf deals and rates, and now is a great time to come to Las Vegas and play our Las Vegas golf courses. Click now to secure your Las Vegas tee times and/or Las Vegas golf packages at TPC Las Vegas. And continually check back with GolfLasVegasNow.com for up-to-the-minute Las Vegas golf deals info.

TPC Las Vegas was designed by PGA Tour Design Services with Raymond Floyd serving as the professional playing consultant. "The theme of this course is more the natural, rugged look to create contrast," says Chris Gray, Director of Design for PGA TOUR Design Services. "That is why we incorporated the natural wash areas and transplanted the natural desert plants, so it would not look created." Another way to describe TPC Las Vegas is "Desert Elegance" because the emerald green fairways contrasting with the natural desert areas creates a very elegant golf feel and beautiful Las Vegas golf canvas.

Until recently, the TPC Las Vegas was called TPC Canyons, but course officials renamed it TPC Las Vegas to better capture the magnitude of playing this Las Vegas golf legend that has hosted the world's best golfers. “We are very excited about the re-positioning of the club, which will have a dramatic effect on our ability to market the property to a worldwide audience of leisure and business travelers, event planners and conventioneers,” said General Manager Dan Hammell when the change was announced. “At the same time, our tribute to the history of golf in Las Vegas will help golfers to fully appreciate the considerable impact the city of Las Vegas has had on the game of golf.”

The history of golf in Las Vegas is very long and includes the inaugural Tournament of Champions on the PGA Tour that was played in 1953 at the old Desert Inn Golf Club. Also, the 1983 Panasonic Pro-Celebrity Classic was the first tournament in the history of the PGA Tour to have a purse of more than $1 million. And in 1996, some guy named Tiger Woods won the Las Vegas Inviational, his first official PGA Tour win. Currently, the PGA Tour plays the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin, and the Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge is played at Rio Secco Golf Club. 

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