Las Vegas, Nevada (January 8, 2015)–Cascata is a Top 100 Las Vegas course designed by the legendary Rees Jones. Now, during the off season in Las Vegas and including SuperBowl Sunday 2015, is a great time to play this stunning resort layout and save some money off primtime rates. As a visiting golfer, you can play Cascata for as low as $195, which is $200 less per player than during the peak season. On Superbowl Sunday, the rate is $245. Click now to view all off-season Las Vegas golf rates at Cascata and to reserve your tee times via the official website. –By Brian Hurlburt.
Cascata is located about 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and is a secluded Las Vegas golf paradise. The overall experience has received a 29 out of 30 in a 2009 ZAGAT survey. Recently the course was again including the prestigious Golf Digest Top 100 list of the resort courses. Cascata came in at number 46 on the list, up from 53rd in the previous rankings.
Here is how Golf Digest described Cascata in the rankings: "One of the great engineering feats in golf thus far in this century, Cascata climbs up and down a steep, rocky mountain hillside southeast of Las Vegas. It's authentically Nevada on the edges, the barren areas akin to Wolf Creek in Mesquite, but its turfed areas, planted with date palms, ironwoods and willows, and crossed by endless babbling brooks, is something of a salute to nearby Shadow Creek. Cascata plays mostly uphill on the front, downhill on the longer back nine. The ninth tee is 600 feet above the clubhouse; it reportedly snowed on the ninth one day while people were dining on the clubhouse patio below."
So act now and play one of the best public golf courses in America and you will feel like a VIP for a day. Click now to view the official photo gallery of Cascata.