Las Vegas, Nevada (April 20, 2015)–The three golf courses that are part of the Las Vegas Golf Summerlin trifecta will be the home of several tournaments and special Las Vegas golf deals and rates during the month of May. Specials will be available on Mother’s Day (Moms play free while kids under 18 are only $10 at Eagle Crest and $20 at Palm Valley Golf Club or Highland Falls Golf Club) and then discounted rates will be available for both tourists and locals over Memorial Day Weekend. –By Brian Hurlburt.

Golfers can play all three courses at a discounted rate all weekend! Tourists can tee off at Highland Falls and Palm Valley for just $59 and Eagle Crest for $45. Rounds for locals with a valid Nevada I.D. are $45 at Highland Falls and Palm Valley and $35 at Eagle Crest. Memorial Day Weekend is May 23-25.

Another cool happening at Golf Summerlin is the Ronald McDonald House Charities Golf Tournament scheduled for May 8-9. Golf Summerlin is partnering with the Sun City Summerlin Men’s Golf Club to host a two-day charity tournament benefitting Ronald McDonald House Charities. The tournament will be held at Palm Valley Golf Course and Highland Falls Golf Course and 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to the organization.

Event registration is $200 per person and includes two days of 18-hole tournament play as well as breakfast, lunch and a hosted beverage cart on both days. Registration is open now at  The field is limited. The tournament will begin each day at 8 a.m.

The Eagle Crest Challenge is also scheduled for May 16 from 8-10 a.m. The management of Golf Summerlin invites golfers of all skill levels out to Eagle Crest Golf Course to set the official course record. The winner of this unique tournament will receive a free month of golf and golfers who shoot their official handicap will play their next round at any Golf Summerlin course on the house. Following the tournament, complimentary beer and hot dogs will be offered for all paid golfers. Call the Eagle Crest pro shop to book your tee time and have a shot to set the record!