Las Vegas, Nevada (Sept. 28, 2010)–When coming to Las Vegas to play golf, you are always looking for the best value for your buck buck. Well, look no further. Boulder Creek Golf Club and Boulder City Golf Course have a stay-and-play Las Vegas golf deal that not only won’t break the bank … it will hardly put a dent in your wallet. Read on for more details about these Las Vegas Golf Region packages. —By Bill Bowman
Boulder City’s golf courses, two of the more than 50 Las Vegas area golf courses, offer a mix of old-time elegance (Boulder City Golf Course) and a modern look (Boulder Creek Golf Club). These Las Vegas golf courses, which are located in Boulder City, about 35 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, are situated across the street from each other, but in terms of their looks, they are as different as night and day. And that’s a good thing. Boulder City Golf Course was designed by Billy Casper and David Rainville. The course, a lush par-72 layout opened in 1963 and has mature tree-lined fairways. Seven water features add to the ambience of this course that will transport players back to a simpler time … even walking is allowed here. Boulder Creek, a 27-hole Mark Rathert design (with Desert Hawk nine, Coyote Run nine and Eldorado Valley nine) opened in 2003 and gives players three different layouts–two traditional nines and a desert-themed nine–that add up to different golf experiences each time players tee it up. If you aren't looking for a Las Vegas golf package, you can also visit the official website of these courses to reserve your tee times in Las Vegas.
“We’re trying to get people out to Boulder City and spend a day or two out here,” said Andy Schaper, head golf professional at Boulder Creek. “We want them to enjoy a round of golf or two and see everything else we have to offer in Boulder City.” One of the things they have to offer is a Las Vegas stay-and-play golf package. Players receive one round of golf at either Boulder City Golf Course or Boulder Creek Golf Club, two buffets and a one-night stay at the Hacienda Hotel & Casino. At Boulder City, the price is $58 Sunday-Thursday and $63 Friday and Saturday.
At Boulder Creek, the price is $78 Sunday through Thursday and $83 Friday and Saturday. Golf, a room and two meals all for less than $100? Golf deals like this one rank right up there with the best of them. At those prices, stay an extra night and play both courses. You’ll be glad you did. “Whether you’re here for a convention or live here, it’s a great chance to escape the hustle and bustle and spend some quality time playing golf at a great value,” Schaper added.