Las Vegas, Nevada (May 7, 2013)–Las Vegas National Golf Club is arguably the most historic golf course in Las Vegas. It has played host to major championships, was the hangout spot of the Rat Pack, and is located in Paradise Palms, one of the first golf course communities built in Las Vegas. Las Vegas National is also located just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, and now course management is offering special discounts to golfers attending major Las Vegas events and conventions. Click now for more information about this special Las Vegas golf deal. –By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider
"We'd like to thank you for holding your event in Las Vegas by inviting you to play Las Vegas National Golf Club and take 25% off your green fees* (fees include green fee, golf cart and range balls) plus you and your guests will receive Callaway rental clubs for $30," is the official offer at LasVegasNational.com. "To book your tee time, please call 866.695.1961, mention this offer and the event you are attending. Then just present your event credentials to the golf shop at registration and enjoy your round." The offer is for the resort rate and not applicable with other special deals. You can contact group events host Gordon Green with additional questions at email@example.com or to reserve a large group.
About Las Vegas National Golf Club: Las Vegas National Golf Club, located less than 10 minutes from the world famous Las Vegas Strip, is a classic and traditional style 18-hole championship golf course that provides golfers of all skill levels with a unique challenge and a fun,enjoyable experience. The par 71 course features thousands of trees, well positioned sand bunkers and a few water hazards that protect lush fairways and manicured greens.
"The National", designed in 1961 by architect Bert Stamps, has a rich history to say the least. The course hosted a number of LPGA & PGA events including the LPGA Championship, Tournament of Champions, Sahara Invitational, and the Las Vegas Invitational. In fact, Tiger Woods played Las Vegas National in 1996 on his way to capturing his very first PGA Tour victory and carded a 1-under par 70 (his highest of the tournament). The National was used as one of the three Las Vegas golf courses in the rotation.