Play Las Vegas Golf Course Cascata on Super Sunday For Super Vegas Golf Deal

Las Vegas, Nevada (December 31, 2010)–What a way to end the year in Las Vegas Golf: highlighting a seemingly too-good-t- be-true Las Vegas golf deal for one of the biggest weekends on the calendar. As you probably know, spending Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas has become a tradition for hundreds of thousands of visitors, and playing golf on Las Vegas golf courses is a part of that experience. Now, Cascata, a top-rated ZAGAT course, has announced a rate of only $200 per golfer on Big Game Sunday, February 6. That is more than $300 off the rate that was once charged for one of the best golf courses in the U.S.–By Brian Hurlburt.

More and more golfers have been playing Cascata, a Las Vegas golf course that received a rating of 29 out of 30 in two different categories in a 2009 survey by ZAGAT, since management of the Harrah's Entertainment course began offering more aggressive Las Vegas golf rates with discounts. And that is a good thing for Las Vegas and all Las Vegas golfers, because rates are lower than ever before, and a Las Vegas golf jewel like this should be shared with more golfers. Las Vegas golf rates ranging from $225-400 are available at Cascata on other days from now until April 17, including on the Friday and Saturday of the Big Game Weekend. 

Cascata was designed by U.S. Open Doctor Rees Jones, and features 18 holes of stunning Las Vegas golf played in the hills on the outskirts of Las Vegas. Jones has said that he gets comments all of the time about Cascata, sometimes even more than about the many courses he has prepped for the nation's national championship. Also found at Cascata is a clubhouse that will have your jaw dropping. The facility includes a river running through it, a restaurant, locker rooms, large pro shop, and automatic doors to the indoor cart-staging area. The river that flows through the middle of the clubhouse starts at a mountain peak above the driving range, plunges under the range before resurfacing neear the putting greens and ultimately roaring through the atrium-like area of the clubhouse.

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