Las Vegas, Nevada (July 17, 2013)–Bear's Best Las Vegas features 18 of Jack Nicklaus' favorite holes from courses he has designed around the world. Some of the courses and holes experienced include PGA West, Cabo Del Sol, Castle Pines, and Old Works in Montana. The Montana hole in Vegas even features black slag bunkers just like the ones at the original. Other cool news at Bear's Best Las Vegas is that they offer several Vegas tee times rates and options, golf stay and play vacation packages, and the unique Fastee course. Read on for all of the details. –By Brian Hurlburt, follow @LVGolfInsider.
Through August 25, Bear's Best Las Vegas tee times rates start at $79 for the sunset rounds (after 2 PM with plenty of time for 18) to $139 for the solid golf rounds. Another cool option at this Las Vegas resort course is the FASTEE course that golfers can "Look for the Green Bear Tee Marker on every hole, approximately 100 yards in front of the Red Tees near the cart path, to play the FASTEE COURSE™. Measuring at 3,004, The FASTEE COURSE™, is perfect for Juniors, Seniors, Beginners and those looking to improve their short game."
Also available are official stay and play golf packages and Vegas vacations via bearsbestgetaway.com. Packages with golf and rooms are available with the Treasure Island and The Orleans. Click now to view The Orleans golf packages which start at $149 for two nights and a round of golf. Click now for Treasure Island golf packages which start at $199 for two nights and a round of golf. You can also click now to sign up for official promotions and offers from Bear's Best Las Vegas management.
About Bear's Best Las Vegas from Nicklaus.com: "Bear's Best Las Vegas is a unique golf experience that brings together 18 of Jack Nicklaus' favorite holes into one Las Vegas golf course. Nicklaus and his design team scoured photos and plans from hundreds of holes from many of his most notable golf course designs around the world to come up with these 18 holes, saying after the process that it just might have been more challenging to organize the existing 18 than to create all new holes. But by borrowing from the past to shape the future of Vegas golf, the end result is a must playing experience that stands alone."