Las Vegas, Nevada (UDPATED Jan 2, 2015)–UPDATE: Missed your opportunity for this special? Click to GolfSummerlin.com for continual news and deals. It's a Happy New Year for visiting and local golfers at any of the three Las Vegas golf courses at Golf Summerlin. You can play either Palm Valley, Highland Falls or Eagle Crest for just $31 in honor of the New Year. Click now to check out the Golf Summerlin deal or call 702.254.7010 to reserve your tee times. Each of the Golf Summerlin courses was designed by architect Greg Nash and World Golf Hall of Fame player Billy Casper. . –By Brian Hurlburt.
The Golf Summerlin courses are located about 25 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and feature terrific views of the entire Las Vegas valley and surrounding mountains. Palm Valley and Highland Falls are full 18-hole courses while Eagle Crest is a fun executive layout. Click now to view the official Golf Summerlin photo gallery.
In 2011, Highland Falls Golf Club was chosen as the favorite course by readers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal. This is what the editors wrote about the course: "It had to happen eventually — Angel Park’s 13-year Best of Las Vegas winning streak comes to an end. Readers fell for Highland Falls, one of three Summerlin courses designed by Hall-of-Fame player Billy Casper and planner Greg Nash. At an elevation of more than 3,000 feet, Highland Falls — designed for golfers of all skill levels — definitely lives up to its name. And if you’re disgusted with your game, the panoramic Strip vistas provide welcome visual distraction."
Official description of Highland Falls Golf Club: "Highland Falls lives up to its name with lofty elevation at more than 3,000 feet. Panoramic views of the Las Vegas strip are abundant throughout; the rolling hills of the front nine become steeper on the back side. Besides elevation changes, rich fairways and strategically placed bunkering makes each of Highland Falls’ eighteen holes fun, fair and challenging. Risk and reward golf shot opportunities are plentiful on the back nine. (par-72, 6,512 yards, rating/slope 70.1/119)."