June 10, 2010–TPC Las Vegas is a resort Las Vegas golf course owned and operated by the PGA Tour. This Las Vegas golf course is known as the home to pro golf in Las Vegas because it has hosted events on the PGA Tour and Champions Tour, and on a daily basis, Las Vegas' best tour pros play and practice at the course. And now, as part of the Play Golf America promotion, ladies can play TPC Las Vegas for just $50 on Sundays during the month of June.–Staff report.
Both the PGA Tour and TPC Las Vegas management encourage everyone to play, but are extending a nice welcome mat to lady golfers during the month of June, which is officially American Express Women's Golf Month as created by the Play Golf America! campaign. TPC Las Vegas is a Las Vegas golf course designed by PGA Tour Design Services with consultation by Raymond Floyd.
TPC Las Vegas is also offering other special Las Vegas golf rates and deals to all Las Vegas golfers. Anyone can play TPC Las Vegas for just $99 on Sunday-Thursday, and another special rate of $125 is available on Friday and Saturday, and includes lunch.
Women's Golf Month is a national campaign which is geared to get more lady golfers to the course. Various other special events and special deals are available at TPC Las Vegas and other courses across the country. TPC Las Vegas is best described as "Desert Elegance", due to the desert surroundings but attention to course conditions and the overall experience. TPC Las Vegas, formerly TPC at The Canyons, is located in the northwest part of the valley and about 20 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. But located very conveniently to TPC Las Vegas is the JW Marriott and Red Rock Resort, where Las Vegas golf packages with TPC Las Vegas are available.
You never know who you will see at TPC Las Vegas. There are more than 30 PGA Tour, LPGA Tour, Champions Tour, and Nationwide Tour pros who have strong ties to Las Vegas golf courses and many of them play and practice at TPC Las Vegas. Among them are new sensation Rickie Fowler, who bought a home in the Las Vegas area in October of 2009, and Charley Hoffman, the 2007 Bob Hope Classic champ. Others include Chris Riley, Alex Cejka, Bill Lunde, Scott Piercy, Kevin Na, and many more.