Las Vegas, Nevada (May 21, 2015)–Golf Summerlin is a trifecta of Las Vegas golf courses that are local and visitor favorites located in the northwest part of the Las Vegas valley. Course management announced today that they will offer active service personnel special discounted golf rates in the first week of June. Rates at the two 18-hole courses (Palm Valley and Highland Falls) will be $30 for prime time tee times and drop to $20 from 11 am and after. Rates at the executive Eagle Crest will only be $20 and just $15 after 11 am. For more information about Golf Summerlin, visit . — By Brian Hurlburt.

“We have all been personally touched by our local service members, including police officers, firefighters, military members and others,” said Donny Long, director of golf at Golf Summerlin. “We recognize the incredible value they add to our community. We simply wanted to say thank you and honor them with a relaxing day on the golf course.” The rates are in effect June 1-7, 2015.

The week-long special week is in honor of the two fallen police officers (Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo) who died in the line of duty in June of 2014 in addition to all of the personnel who serve the community on a daily basis.

Golf Summerlin is home to Highland Falls, Palm Valley and Eagle Crest golf courses, all of which are nestled just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip in the master-planned community of Summerlin. Hall-of-Fame inductee Billy Casper and course-planner Greg Nash designed three well-conditioned, diverse and challenging courses, including a hospitable executive course (Eagle Crest).  Together, the courses offer a broad variety of golf experiences; whether players seek a full-spectrum round on a challenging par-72 layout or a quick 18 holes on a well-designed executive course. Golfers can like Golf Summerlin onFacebook  and follow on Instagram and Twitter @golfsummerlin.

In the spirit of giving back to those who serve our community, American Patriot Solar Community has generously donated $500 to sponsor tee times for local police officers during Golf Summerlin’s active service members week.