Las Vegas, Nevada (January 31, 2011)–There are three quality Las Vegas golf courses that make up Golf Summerlin group, and each offers a quality Las Vegas golf experience for a less money than most other Las Vegas golf courses, especially when it comes to Super Bowl weekend. Now the Las Vegas golf rates and deals at Las Vegas' Highland Falls Golf Club, Palm Valley Golf Club, and Eagle Crest Golf Club are that much better with course management offering $20 off the going prime time rates per player that starts at $75. So basically you can play for rates around 50 bucks in Las Vegas. –-Staff report.
HIghland Falls Golf Club and Palm Valley Golf Club are 18-hole, championship golf courses, both designed by esteemed architect Greg Nash with consultation by World Golf Hall of Fame player Billy Casper. Eagle Crest is an 18-hole executive course (6 par 4s, 12 par 3s) but is a perfect place for a quick round (about three hours) or a great place to hone your short game. Overall the Golf Summerlin experience is a perfect option for those looking to save during a Las Vegas golf vacation but who still want to have a good time while playing golf in the world's Ultimate Golf City. The highest rate at Golf Summerlin for visiting golfers is only $95, prior to the $20 per player web special. The savings at Eagle Crest is $10 per player, with rates starting as low as $50. This offer is not valid for loyalty card holders or any other special offers.
Plus, for this week's Super Bowl, all of the courses are offering Las Vegas golf tee times that start well before the kickoff and allow you to get back to your hotel and watch the game in Las Vegas luxury. Being in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl, many think, is better than being at the game itself.
Highland Falls Golf Club official info: "Highland Falls lives up to its name with lofty elevation at more than 3,000 feet. Panoramic views of the Las Vegas strip are abundant throughout; the rolling hills of the front nine become steeper on the back side. Besides elevation changes, rich fairways and strategically placed bunkering makes each of Highland Falls’ eighteen holes fun, fair and challenging. Risk and reward golf shot opportunities are plentiful on the back nine."
Palm Valley Golf Club official info: "Palm Valley is Golf Summerlin’s longest and most challenging course. Mature, gently undulating fairways are generous enough to allow most players to hit with the driver all day, but the deceptively rolling bent grass greens make every two-putt testy. Pine trees line many of the fairways, and 68 bunkers also tighten the course. (par-72, 6,849-yards, rating/slope 71.6/123)."
Eagle Crest Golf Club official info: "Eagle Crest is built into the side of a stately mountain and the layout plays along some of Las Vegas’ highest points, showcasing exciting city vistas. Though an executive course, Eagle Crest tests players on every club in the bag, so golfers can swing the driver while enjoying a timely round. Course Designer Bill Casper says, “You can take any hole from this course, put it in the middle of a championship course, and it would fit right in.” (par-60, 4,067 rating/slope 60.6/95)."