Las Vegas, Nevada (November 23, 2013)–Black Friday can be about much more than just trudging through an indoor mall looking for the best deals on christmas gifts. How about heading to Golf Summerlin, the home of three Billy Casper and Greg Nash designed Las Vegas golf courses, and taking advantage of some Black Friday Golf deals and specials. This holiday sale is highlighted by unlimited golf in January for only $199 and also receiving a free round of golf with every $99 spent on pro shop merchandise. Click now for the official website of Golf Summerlin and more Black Friday information. Also starting on December 13 is the annual 12 days of Christmas at the courses so you can follow them on Twitter or Like on Facebook to find out about the daily deals. –By Brian Hurlburt, Like on Facebook.
Golf Summerlin features Highland Falls Golf Club, Palm Valley Golf Club, and Eagle Crest Golf Club, each designed by the tandem of World Golf Hall of Famer Billy Casper and architect Greg Nash. These courses cater to both visiting and local Las Vegas golfers, and tee times rates at the courses are under $100 for visitors and locals.
Other Black Friday Golf Summerlin deals include half-off Loyalty Player cards and two bucks will get you a soda, hot dog and bag of chips. Several other specials and discounts will also be available on pro shop merchandise and a festive mood will be in the air. Check out Golf Summerlin beauty here.
Highland Falls Golf Club and Palm Valley Golf Clubs are both full-length 18 hole courses while Eagle Crest is an 18-hole executive layout which features 12 par three holes and six par four holes. It is perfect to hone your short game or squeeze in a round in under three hours for not a lot of money.
Besides three solid Vegas golf playing experiences, the popular John Jacobs Golf Schools are available at Golf Summerlin. The Jacobs philosophy: "At the core of our successful teaching methods is John Jacobs’ original theory of “ball flight analysis” There is no perfect swing, no two swings are exactly alike, and it is not so much about how you get there as to what happens when the club face hits the ball. When you leave the school or academy with longer more consistent shots we want you to understand how your golf ball behaves and your swing fault & cure. As much as many teaching programs out there today teach "a method" requiring long hours of practice & devotion we continue to teach the practical simplicty of John's philosphy that has improved the games of thousands of golfers worldwide." Check out more info.