Father’s Day Las Vegas Golf Equipment Sale Features TaylorMade, Adams

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Las Vegas, Nevada (June 7, 2013)–Las Vegas Golf and Tennis has two Las Vegas golf equipment retail locations in Las Vegas. One location is located a minute away from the Las Vegas Strip while the other serves the northwest part of the Valley. The Strip location is a TaylorMade SuperStore while the other retail store is located within minutes of several Las Vegas golf courses. And both locations are celebrating Father's Day 2013 in style with special offers on TaylorMade and Adams Golf products in addition to other major golf brands. For all questions, call 702.892.9999. –By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider

And if you are looking to trade in your old golf clubs for new ones, Las Vegas Golf and Tennis is offering a 50% trade-in bonus. Also available are $50 credits for TaylorMade R1 drivers, and $100 for Rocketbladez. You can also save $50 on RBZ Stage two drivers and hybrids. Click now to check out all TaylorMade golf products. There are deals on irons packages, Adams Golf packages, the Callaway UPro, and more.

The new R1 Black driver makes its debut on the PGA Tour this week, and came about due to request by the public. "For three years we have only made white drivers and have heard from a number of golfers who just prefer the look of black,” said TaylorMade President and CEO, Mark King. “Our commitment has always been to provide golfers with the best performing golf equipment. The R1 Black gives players who prefer that color access to our industry leading technology.”

Both locations offer hitting bays to test equipment and staff professionals to help determine the best clubs for you. Las Vegas Golf & Tennis is the largest independent golf retailer in Southern Nevada. The company was founded in 1974 and many longtime Las Vegans will remember the first Las Vegas Golf & Tennis store which was located on the corner of Tropicana and Paradise. In the past 38 years the business has grown and evolved but their core philosophy remains intact: The Customer Comes First.

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