Las Vegas, Nevada (April 27, 2011)–TPC Las Vegas is one of two PGA Tour-owned and operated Las Vegas golf courses and is a resort course. You can reserve Las Vegas golf packages and golf vacations in conjunction with PGA Tour Vacations. Through May, a package is available that starts at $363 which includes two nights at the beautiful JW Marriott and a round of golf plus other incentives. Click to view or reserve this Las Vegas golf package at the official TPC website. —By Brian Hurlburt

Also included in the package is free transportation to and from the Las Vegas Strip should you want to venture there, a one-hour golf lesson at the PGA Tour Golf Academy at TPC Las Vegas, a welcome gift, and free range balls. TPC Las Vegas has been described as "desert elegance" and is a former host to events on both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour. Also, TPC Las Vegas is a place where many local PGA Tour and LPGA Tour pros to play and practice. You never know who you will bump into on the first tee or practice range.

About the hotel: "The JW Marriott Las Vegas offers guest beautiful mountain views, lush landscapes, cool and relaxing pool areas, and luxurious rooms. The elegant guest rooms provides guests with lavish amenities including marble baths, jacuzzis and sitting areas." Description from the official TPC website.

The rates for these Las Vegas golf packages go lower starting in June and on into the summer. TPC Las Vegas golf packages are also available at the Red Rock Casino Resort (rates slightly higher), a stunner of a property that is part of the Station Casinos brand. Both the JW and Red Rock properties are located minutes from TPC Las Vegas and offer wonderful amenities. If you aren't interested in golf packages, Las Vegas golf tee times rates currently start at $159 through May before the summer rates kick in. Click to the official TPC website to reserve those tee times.

Official course description from "A true test of shot-making skill, the course can deceive even the best as lush greens weave through a tapestry of arroyos, barrancas and desert features on several hundred acres. The back nine are especially tricky to navigate. While no signature hole exists, the 423-yard, par-4 13th called “death valley”, offers risk-reward that best captures the spirit of play here. It’s all the exhilaration you’d expect in Las Vegas, for every type of player."


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