Jack Nicklaus’ Bear’s Best Las Vegas Golf Packages Offer Relaxation, Value

Las Vegas, Nevada (September 16, 2010)–There are quite a few phrases golfers love. And since this a Las Vegas golf-specific website, we've added Las Vegas to those phrases, such as world-class Las Vegas golf course, great Las Vegas golf deals, luxurious Las Vegas hotels, stay-and-play Las Vegas golf packages. But, put all of those phrases together in one Las Vegas golf package and you’ve really got their attention. Bear’s Best Las Vegas does just that.–by Bill Bowman

 Bear’s Best Las Vegas, a Jack Nicklaus designed Las Vegas golf course that incorporates 18 of his best hole layouts from his 350-plus golf courses, is a par-72, 7,194-yard course that features tremendous golf challenges and amazing views of the Vegas Strip. That’s a good enough reason to check out the golf course on your next trip to Las Vegas. But, combine a round of golf at Bear’s Best Las Vegas and a two-night stay at The Orleans Hotel & Casino and you’ve got a relaxing stay-and-play package worth crowing about. And the cost? Just $199 and the package is good seven days a week through December 29, 2010 (based on availability). Click now to reserve this Las Vegas golf deal at Bear's Best. “It’s just a great golf value package,” said Steve Woo, Director of Sales and Marketing at Bear’s Best. “You’re going to play one of the best golf courses in Las Vegas. The uniqueness of the track that Mr. Nicklaus has built here is amazing. The compilation of holes that he’s built here are impressive.” Click now to visit the official Bear's Best Las Vegas website and click now to view the official Las Vegas golf photo gallery photos of this course. If not reserving this Las Vegas golf package, you can reserve your Las Vegas golf tee times online at the official Bear's Best Las Vegas website, where flex pricing is available.

And there’s more. Bear’s Best is playable for everyone in your group, from the scratch player to the beginner. In fact, at all Club Corp. courses including Bear’s Best, there’s a Fastee Course option. There are green Bear tee markers some 100 yards in front of the forward tees that people can tee off from. “We’re just shortening up the course a little to make it easier for people to get around, or for those just getting started and learning the game,” Woo said. And if players still need more work on their game, the Paul Wilson Golf School is on site and has instruction packages for individuals or groups.

Overall, Woo said the stay-and-play package has great appeal. “It’s a fun track to play and Bear’s Best is a pretty special place,” he added. “It’s very playable and challenging. It’s just a great place. There are elevation changes to go along with great views of the Red Rock Mountains and the Strip…from end to end. Plus, it’s all in one place.” And if you’re looking for another round of golf at Bear’s Best for your second day, you can play the course again for $129. Bear’s Best is one of more than 50 Las Vegas golf courses that attract thousands of visitors each year. The course features golf holes replicated from courses such as Cabo Del Sol (Mexico), PGA West (California), Desert Mountain (Arizona), Castle Pines (Colorado) and Old Works (Montana) and others that will take players on a cross country trip to see some of Jack’s best work. All without having to leave the comforts of your vacation stay in Las Vegas.

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