Las Vegas, Nevada (August 17, 2011)–Here is our guide to several Las Vegas golf courses and when they will be overseeding in 2011. It is a necessary evil for Las Vegas golf courses. Most must undergo what is called an overseeding process around August, September and sometimes into October. The process rejuvenates the grasses and ensures the tees, fairways, and greens remain emerald green year round. But for golfers, it does provide challenges when playing and finding courses that are open. —Staff report.
Not all Las Vegas golf courses go through the rigorous process and one of those Las Vegas Golf Region facilities are the three Pete Dye Las Vegas golf courses located at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. At certain times they will be under minor maintenance but at least two of the three courses will be open and green–year round–and offering special Las Vegas golf rates and deals. Click now for the Paiute NO OVERSEED DETAILS.
The three golf courses at the Las Vegas Paiute are Sun Mountain, Snow Mountain and The Wolf. You can earn free replays and save on rental clubs at these golf courses. Click to the official website for all information about this.
Also Coyote Springs Golf Club will only be closed for two days for aerification, August 30-31. And Royal Links Golf Club will only be down for five days for maintenance.
2011 OVERSEEDING GUIDE
Bali Hai Golf Club–August 29 – September 14
Bear's Best Las Vegas–August 24 – September 9
Cascata–August 15 – September 15
Coyote Springs Golf Club–Aerification only August 30-31
Desert Pines Golf Club–September 15-26
Eagle Crest Golf Club–September 19 – 25
Highland Falls Golf Club–September 26 – October 9
Las Vegas National Golf Club–September 11 – 30
Palm Valley Golf Club–September 6 – 18
Rhodes Ranch Golf Club–August 29 – September 21
Rio Secco Golf Club–August 15 – September 8
Royal Links Golf Club–October 2 – 6
TPC Las Vegas–August 22 – September 6
Tuscany Golf Club–September 6 – 26