Play historic Las Vegas golf at a value rate April 13, 2010 (Re-post May 6)–There is a deep history of golf in Las Vegas. More than 75 tour events have been played on Las Vegas golf courses, with winners such as Palmer, Nicklaus, Woods, Wright, etc. And Las Vegas National Golf Club has been a host course for some of these Las Vegas golf tournaments, and serves as the home of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame. You can save up to 30% on your Las Vegas golf tee times when you pay in advance at this Las Vegas golf course.–Staff report.

The PGA Tour's Tournament of Champions has been played at Las Vegas National Golf Club, then called the Stardust Golf Club, and when the course was known as Las Vegas Hilton Country Club, Las Vegas National was one of three host Las Vegas golf courses of the PGA Tour's Las Vegas Invitational. In 1996, a 20-year old named Tiger Woods won the Las Vegas Invitational, good for his first PGA Tour victory. Now you can walk the same fairways as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Mickey Wright (won the LPGA Championship on this course, a major event on the LPGA Tour), and others, and save while doing so.

Las Vegas National Golf Club is professionally-managed by Harrah's Golf, owners of other Las Vegas golf courses Cascata and Rio Secco Golf Club. Both of those Las Vegas golf courses were designed by the legendary Rees Jones. You can also save and play Las Vegas National Golf Club and Rio Secco Golf Club for a rate of $249. Click now for those details. You can also learn about free Callaway rental clubs when reserving a foursome at Las Vegas National Golf Club.

The Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame honors the history and tradition of golf in Las Vegas, and a museum-style exhibit is available for viewing at Las Vegas National. You can view information about Las Vegas golf champions, an extensive timeline of Las Vegas' biggest golf moments, and view memorabilia such as the trophy used for the Sahara Invitational on the PGA Tour (played at National), a golf bag used by Butch Harmon, plus a golf bag signed by all of the participants of the Las Vegas Senior Classic.

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