Las Vegas, Nevada (March 7, 2011)–It's tough to say, with a straight face, that you can secure a Las Vegas golf 'deal' at Cascata when you still pay $325, but in comparison to recent rates for Las Vegas tee times at Cascata, it is a terrific deal. Through April 17, rates at Cascata stat at $325 which is $175 less per player (or a savings of $700 per foursome) than they once were during the prime time of Spring and March Madness. Cascata is designed by Rees Jones and was once called "golf's hidden treasure' by Sports Illustrated. —By Brian Hurlburt.
March is a perfect time to play golf in Las Vegas because there is great weather and plenty of college hoops in the sports books.
Cascata is one of those 'bucket list' courses that all golfers have on their must-play lists. Form the amazing clubhouse with a river running through it to the course where each hole is a separate, secluded adventure, Cascata us worthy of the 29 out of 30 points it received in a ZAGAT survey in 2009.
From the official website of Cascata: "The par-72 course provides stunning vistas at every turn, including the 3,600-foot peak at ed Mountain, lush fairways, lakes, and streams. Class A PGA professionals attend to equipment, fashion or instruction needs, and players are accompanied on-course by a Tour-class caddie. The Tuscan-style, 37,000-square-foot clubhouse offers an Old World ambiance of unpretentious luxury, where attentive staff members oblige your every need. The dining room features an appetizing menu sure to impress every taste."