Las Vegas, Nevada (October 6, 2015)–Golf Summerlin is the home of three Las Vegas golf courses, and Palm Valley, which just underwent a summer of renovations, is the host course of an OktoberFest golf tournament on October 17. The entry fee for the two-person scramble is only $51 for Golf Summerlin¬†Loyalty card holders and $62 for other golfers. Following the round golfers will enjoy bratwurst, sauerkraut & draft beer included in the entry fee. Call the Palm Valley pro shop at¬†(702) 363-4373 to sign up. —By Brian Hurlburt.

Palm Valley has all new cart paths and other upgrades after a summer of renovations. And according to Golf Summerlin Director of Golf Donny Long, the course is in great condition following over-seed and the greens are rolling true.

Palm Valley, and the other two Las Vegas golf courses at Golf Summlerin, Eagle Crest and Highland Falls, were each designed by architect Greg Nash and World Golf Hall of Famer Billy Casper, who passed away last year. They are all good values and well worth the play for locals and visitors. Eagle Crest is an executive course that takes under three hours to play.

Eagle Crest was the site of the recent Glow Ball event that sold out and helped raise funds for Three Square, a Las Vegas food bank. Glowing golf balls were flying all of the course in the highly successful tournament.

But now is another opportunity to play a Golf Summerlin course in a fun format during the Oktoberfest tournament.