Las Vegas, Nevada (May 30, 2013)–There are three Las Vegas golf courses designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash at Golf Summerlin. And as of now, the Summer to Remember is in full swing at these Vegas favorites. The Summer of Fun started May 27 and runs through September 16. The staff at Golf Summerlin invites players to tee off at Highland Falls, Palm Valley or Eagle Crest golf courses for the opportunity to win select merchandise.  For every paid round at any of the three courses, golfers are immediately entered into a weekly drawing for clubs, bags and more, with a prize presented every Monday. Click to the official Golf Summerlin website for information and to reserve your tee times in Las Vegas at Golf Summerlin. –By Brian Hurlburt Follow @LVGolfInsider

The three Las Vegas golf courses at Golf Summerlin boast some of the most generous rates and tee times in the valley, Golf Summerlin’s courses have a reputation for enticing players to return. All three courses are open to the public and welcome corporate and tournament play in addition to individual rounds. The loyalty program at Golf Summerlin offers year round perks and discounts including free rounds, advance reservations, specially reduced rates and much more. The program starts at just $10.

Also, on June 22, the Heritage Classic will be held at Eagle Crest. The throwback event will feature hickory clubs and honor the tradition and excitement of the roaring twenties. Period clothing is encouraged but not mandatory. Golf registration is $45 per person and includes a boxed lunch and shared hickory stick golf clubs. With registration, golfers will also be entered in to a raffle for a free driver and receive a coupon for a free round of golf at Eagle Crest Golf Course. The field is limited. Call 702-240-1320 to enter. The event is part of the Play Hickory movement.

About Golf Summerlin: Golf Summerlin is home to Highland Falls, Palm Valley and Eagle Crest golf courses, all of which are nestled into the Summerlin community just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.  The player-friendly, yet challenging, courses welcome residents as well as visitors to the Las Vegas area. Hall-of-Famer Billy Casper and master course-planner Greg Nash designed three well-conditioned, diverse and challenging courses, including a hospitable executive course (Eagle Crest).  Together, this trifecta of golf courses offers a broad variety of golf experiences for players of all skill levels and offer golfers some of the most exciting views of Las Vegas.  Whether players seek a full-spectrum round on a challenging par-72 layout or a quick 18 on a well-designed executive course, Golf Summerlin satisfies any golf appetite.  Follow Golf Summerlin on Facebook or Twitter @GolfSummerlinLV. 

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