Las Vegas. Nevada (March 4, 2011)–Golf Summerlin is the home of three Las Vegas golf courses and now when you like their Facebook page you can save $20 per golfer on your tee times in Las Vegas. The two Las Vegas golf courses at Golf Summerlin eligible are Palm Valley Golf Club and Eagle Crest Golf Club, both designed by Greg Nash and World Golf Hall of Famer Billy Casper. More good news is that rates for Palm Valley for March Madness range from $75 – 95, so saving more makes these very good value Las Vegas tee times. —By Brian Hurlburt.

Palm Valley is a par 72, 6,849-yard layout that features great views of the Las Vegas valley. Eagle Crest is a par 60, 4,067-yard executive course. A savings of $10 is available per player at Eagle Crest. This Las Vegas golf deal is only available when you like the Golf Summerlin Facebook Page. According to course management, there is special code that will reveal your Las Vegas golf savings when you click like. We have linked you directly to the official Golf Summerlin website where you can "like" it very easily.

Message from Golf Summerlin website: "Our three player-friendly, yet challenging, courses welcome residents as well as visitors to the Las Vegas area. Hall-of-Famer Billy Casper and master course-planner Greg Nash designed all three courses. Together, this trifecta of golf courses offers a broad variety of golf experiences for players of all skill levels. Whether you seek a full-spectrum round on a challenging par-72 layout or a quick 18 on a well-designed executive course, Golf Summerlin satisfies the golf appetite."

According to Joe Kelly, Golf Summerlin Director of Golf and a member of the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame, Golf Summerlin fits a perfect niche within the Las Vegas Golf Region for those looking for an enjoyable experience that won't break the bank. "With some of the most generous rates and tee times in the valley, our courses have a reputation for enticing players back once they have experienced the unbeatable combination of service, price, amenities and overall enjoyment of a round," said Kelly.

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