Play PGA TOUR golf and help kids

Las Vegas, Nevada (August 8, 2014)–TPC Las Vegas is a PGA TOUR-owned Las Vegas golf course where PGA TOUR conditions are a part of the experience. Now you can play this Vegas gem and help junior golf and The First Tee of Southern Nevada while you enjoy a nice Vegas golf day. Through August 31 when you play TPC Las Vegas you can purchase raffle tickets ($5 each) for a chance to win a Scotty Cameron putter and the proceeds will help kids. If you purchase eight tickets you will also receive a free TPC Las Vegas polo shirt. Click now for details–By Brian Hurlburt

In addition to playing a great course, you never know who you will run into at TPC Las Vegas. PGA TOUR champions like Ryan Moore, Charley Hoffman, Bill Lunde and several others play and practice at the course on a regular basis.

This is what Hoffman has to say about the course: “Whether it’s for a round of golf or just to hit balls at the practice facility, I can always count on having a great experience at TPC Las Vegas. This is made possible by the staff who understand and excel at customer service.”

Click now to view the official website of TPC Las Vegas where you can reserve your official tee times or golf packages. NOTE: For any Southern Nevada residents who play at TPC Las Vegas, you will receive a free ticket to the PGA TOUR's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

The conditions at TPC Las Vegas are always at PGA TOUR levels–which means pure and beautiful–and currently the course is enjoying spring conditions in the summer months which is rare for Vegas courses.

About the course: TPC (Tournament Players Club) Las Vegas is “desert elegance” on display. From the stunning backdrop ofRed Rock Canyon to the rugged natural landscape, TPC Las Vegas golf course (formerly known as TPC Canyons) offers a test to the most seasoned of golfers. This is the premier PGA TOUR property in Las Vegas making it a destination for celebrities and PGA TOUR players alike. It’s no wonder the golf course has been heralded by Golf Digest as one of the “Best Places to Play.” The Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd design is a par 71, 7,080-yard golf course

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