Jack Nicklaus’ The Chase at Coyote Springs Offers Free Replay Las Vegas Golf Packages

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ClickLas Vegas, Nevada (January 14, 2011)–When are there too many Las Vegas golf deals? With more than two million people visiting Las Vegas monthly, and many of them being golfers, we say there couldn't be such a thing as too many Las Vegas golf deals. Now comes word that the newest Las Vegas Golf Region course, Jack Nicklaus' The Chase at Coyote Springs, is offering special stay-and-play Las Vegas golf packages in conjunction with the Golden Nuggett. Rates start at $125 per golfer and include a room at the Nuggett and at least one round of golf at The Chase, but the deal also allows for free replays for those wanting to play more than 18 holes of Las Vegas golf in one day. —By Brian Hurlburt.

To reserve this special golf deal, call 702.375.7772 or click now to view the official website of The Chase for more information on this Las Vegas golf deal and/or to reserve your tee times in Las Vegas online. The Chase at Coyote Springs debuted in 2008, and immediately was included on most best new course lists created by major golf publications. Among those media outlets recognizing The Chase were Golf Magazine and Golf Digest, among others. Golfweek recently rated it as #4 on its "Best in Nevada" list, just behind heavy weights Shadow Creek, Cascata and Wolf Creek Golf Club. The Chase is located about 50 minutes north from the Las Vegas Strip.

"The Chase is, by any standard, an extraordinary golf course …," recently wrote Timothy O' Grady, a UNLV professor and golf author, for Seven Weekly. "Travel + Leisure Golf, Golf, Golf Digest and Sports Illustrated have all extolled its virtues. Three of these placed it in the top three of the new courses of its year. It is magnificent to look at, with some of the holes mounted as if on a dais, its fairways ripple and flow as at British or Irish links, and its greens are varied in size and highly complex in contour. There is a lot of water—it figures on 11 holes—and even in the desert it does not appear out of place. The bunkers have intriguing lacy or cloud-like shapes and are often unusually deep. You feel yourself extending outward on a course such as this. Compared with The Chase, the courses that slink through the backyards of Las Vegas developments are like bumper-car rides at a cheap fairground."

The Chase is the first of much that is planned at the new Coyote Springs community, which has had hit some challenges due to the economic downturn. But while there isn't much around the course for now–there is a temporary clubhouse–for pure golf, what is there is plenty which also includes an expansive practice area.

 

 

 

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