Las Vegas, Nevada (May 23, 2011)–Several of the most enjoyable Las Vegas golf courses are part of the summer of 2011 Summerlin Golf Tour. Among the Las Vegas golf courses that will be played are Palm Valley Golf Club and Highland Falls Golf Club, two of the three courses that make up the popular Golf Summerlin trifecta. The Tour is a series of afternoon tournaments to be played over the course of the summer. Also, in a separate deal, if you are looking for Unlimited Golf this Memorial Day weekend, click now. —By Brian Hurlburt.
Six distinguished area courses are set to host a weekly tournament, offering participants cash prizes and an opportunity to play in a grand finale event with bigger prize money at the esteemed Red Rock Country Club. Participating courses are Arroyo Golf Club, Bear’s Best Las Vegas, Highland Falls Golf Club, Palm Valley Golf Club, Siena Golf Club and TPC Las Vegas. The Tour fee is $39 per player (one time registration) plus $35 per event at Arroyo, Siena, Highland Falls and Palm Valley or $45 at Bear’s Best and TPC Las Vegas. Open to the public, the event promises plenty of excitement and the opportunity to play at some of Vegas’ most desirable courses for a nominal fee. A USGA handicap is recommended but not required to participate. All events are 3 p.m. shotgun start, two-person, best ball, net scoring format.
Complete 2011 Tour schedule is: June 1 – Palm Valley, June 8 – Siena, June 15 – TPC Las Vegas, June 22 – Highland FallsJune 29 – Bear’s Best, July 6 – Arroyo, July 13 – Palm Valley, July 20 – Bear’s Best, July 27 – Siena, August 3 – Highland Falls, August 10 – TPC Las Vegas, and August 17 – Arroyo, *August 22 – Red Rock Country Club Hosts Final Event (must play in at least 8 regular tour events to qualify for final event at Red Rock Country Club).
Players can register at Siena Golf Club, 10575 Siena Monte Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89135. For additional information, call 702.258.2300. Golf Summerlin’s courses have a reputation for enticing players because of the unbeatable combination of service, price and amenities. All three courses are open to the public and welcome corporate and tournament play in addition to individual rounds. The Highland Falls course was voted readers’ choice for “The Best of Las Vegas” in the 2011 Las Vegas Review-Journal Poll.
Golf Summerlin is home to Highland Falls, Palm Valley and Eagle Crest golf courses, all of which are nestled just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip in the master-planned community of Summerlin. Hall-of-Fame inductee Billy Casper and course-planner Greg Nash designed three well-conditioned, diverse and challenging courses, including a hospitable executive course (Eagle Crest). Together, the courses offer a broad variety of golf experiences; whether players seek a full-spectrum round on a challenging par-72 layout or a quick 18 holes on a well-designed executive course. Follow Golf Summerlin on Facebook www.facebook.com/golfsummerlinor Twitter @GolfSummerlinLV.