Las Vegas Golf Courses Offer Two-Free-Nights Deal

Play Bali Hai (shown) and Desert Pines through March 10 and stay two nights for free in LasVegas February 17, 2010 (Las Vegas, Nevada)–It’s a getaway at Las Vegas golf courses that players can usually just dream about: Free nights in Las Vegas. But, if players book a round of golf at Royal Links Golf Club and Desert Pines Golf Club, they will receive two free nights in Las Vegas. That’s right…pay for the golf and the two nights are free. This Las Vegas golf deal is good only through March 10th and can be booked online through Walters Golf.–By Bill Bowman

Players will stay at the new Eastside Cannery and upgrades are available for only $25 per player. The golf package must be prepaid and is based on double occupancy. Players will save $200 per person with this deal and the deal is non-cancelable. Weekends are slightly higher in price. Here’s your chance to play two golf courses and then head back to relax for two evenings in fabulous Las Vegas—for free. Feeling lucky? Book this money-saving package and you’ll get the opportunity to test out your luck on the golf course and then at the tables.

Click here to book at tee time at Bali Hai Golf Club Royal Links (click for photo gallery), a Dye International design, features 18 holes that are inspired by holes in the British Open rotation. You’ll feel like you’re across the pond when you tackle the 5th and 15th holes at Turnberry Golf Club or the “Road Hole” and “Hell Bunker” from the old course at St. Andrews. And don’t forget the “Postage Stamp” from Royal Troon. Royal Links is just minutes from the famed Las Vegas Strip, but the golf is true links-style down to the gorse that can wreak havoc with errant tee shots. Before or after the round, check out Stymie’s Pub in the Royal Links’ castle-style clubhouse where you will find traditional fare such as fish and chips and even a pint or two.

At Desert Pines (click for photo gallery), golfers will again be whisked away from your typical Vegas course as you’ll play among more than 4,000 pine trees with white-sand bunkers guarding undulating greens that are reminiscent of Augusta National. Desert Pines, a Dye Designs layout, is one of the more strategic courses in Vegas with water and bunkers (complete with the Dye signature railroad ties) adding to the challenge. The course is tight, but gently bowled fairway edges can nudge off-line shots back into play.

Las Vegas golf course Bali Hai Golf Club is a third Walters Golf property and is the home of tropical golf right in the middle of the famed Las Vegas Strip. Golfers playing here will tackle holes adorned with lagoon-like water features, dramatic bunkers, and hundreds of palm trees. Bali Hai is also home to one of the most stunning clubhouses in all of Las Vegas golf.

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