Las Vegas, Nev. (Nov. 4, 2010)—There’s nothing better than a great stay-and-play golf deal in Las Vegas. Rhodes Ranch Golf Club has Las Vegas golf packages that will bring a smile to your face and let you play a lush golf course while keeping a few extra dollars in your wallet..—By Bill Bowman


Las Vegas' Rhodes Ranch Golf Club is a par-72 Ted Robinson, tree-lined design located in Southwest Las Vegas and is a local favorite. The Las Vegas stay-and-play deal includes 18 holes of Las Vegas golf and a night at the South Point Hotel, Casino, Spa. The deal (Sunday through Thursday) is $125 if you play golf before noon and $110 if you play golf after noon. Or, play two days for $200. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday the costs go to: $160, $140 and $235. “It has been a pretty popular package,” said Tate Stull, Rhodes Ranch General Manager. “It’s good to have (South Point) on as a partner. We’ve hosted some of their events and we help each other out.” Click here to check out the deal, which is good through May 29, 2011.

And if you’re really looking for a late-day bargain, check out the Rhodes Ranch web site daily as Stull will put up some rates that need to be seen to be believed. There’s more. Winter rates kick in on Nov. 29 and run through Feb. 2. Rates, depending on the day and time players tee it up, will run between $55 and $115. “We want to give players a little more value,” Stull said. “We’ve got some really good rates coming up.” And if you’re getting married, Rhodes has also added a new wedding site, down by the 18th green. So if you’re looking for a great wedding spot that involves golf, check out Rhodes Ranch.

Rhodes Ranch features par-3s that are reportedly some of Robinson’s best design work. Included in that group is the 227-yard 3rd. This hole has the works including breathtaking beauty as well as the challenge of avoiding a large pond fronting the green along with bunkers front and back. Add in the 16th hole, another stunner at 216 yards complete with water features and bunkers, and you’ve got a pair of tough par 3s that are also gorgeous—a terrific combination. “We really came out of overseed well,” Stull said. “We also fixed up some problem areas and were headaches for us in the past. The course is just in tremendous shape now. We’ve got a lot of positive feedback and that’s a good thing.” Rhodes Ranch is one of more than 50 Las Vegas golf courses that play host to thousands of Vegas visitors every year.

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