Bring a Group, Play For Free at Themed Las Vegas Golf Courses

Las Vegas, Nevada (October 8, 2014)–Bali Hai Golf Club is a tropical golf experience located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip while Royal Links Golf Club is 18 holes of Vegas golf that pays homage to the courses used during The Open Championship. Now when you reserve a group of eight players or more, you will play free but your friends will also save $50 each. If you play more than one day at either of the courses, you play free each day. Click now to view the official details of this special Las Vegas golf offer and reserve your time in conjunction with Walters Golf, the management of the courses. You can also share the discount across each player in the group instead of your free round if you wish. –By Brian Hurlburt.

This is one of many special deals and golf packages offerred by Walters Golf. Click now to view the entire menu of tee times and golf packages deals and specials. This special "You Play Free Offer" is valid through the end of 2014 so act fast and see you in Vegas soon.

About Bali Hai Golf Club: Designed by Lee Schmidt and Brian Curley in 2000, the Bali Hai Golf Club is a worthy namesake of the famous Indonesian land of enchantment. The lush surroundings include seven-acres of opulent water features, a total of 4,000 trees with 2,500 stands of towering palms and 100,000 Balinese tropical plants. Transition and out-of-play areas are accented with Augusta white sand and black volcanic rock outcroppings.

About Royal Links Golf Club: Royal Links was built to honor the rich history and tradition of the game of golf. Designed by Dye International, this links-style course features holes inspired by eleven different British Open rotation courses, including the Road Hole and Hell Bunker from the Old Course at St. Andrews and the Postage Stamp from Royal Troon. Other courses in the loop include Carnoustie, Turnberry, Royal Liverpool, Prestwick, Royal Lytham, Muirfield and Royal Birkdale.

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