Las Vegas, Nev. (Jan. 16, 2016)–There’s still time to register for the Las Vegas World Golf Amateur tournament that is to be played Feb. 22-26 in the ultimate golf destination of Las Vegas.  The tournament combines Vegas action off the course with golf action on the course. The event is organized by the Southern Nevada Golf Association and brings golfers from all over the United States and other countries to Las Vegas to tee it up on top courses and enjoy this remarkable city. Click to reserve your spot in the Las Vegas World Golf Amateur now. –By Brian Hurlburt.

The Las Vegas World Golf Amateur offers a perfect escape from the winter conditions that hit most of the country. Several players from 2015 have already signed up and will be in Las Vegas in late February. They are all hoping that the weather is as perfect as it was in 2015. Check out the below video for a recap of the 2015 event from Michigan Golf Live.

Las Vegas World Golf Amateur

The Las Vegas golf courses scheduled to be played include Bear’s Best Las Vegas, Angel Park Golf Club, Desert Pines, Painted Desert and Revere. There are also two special parties planned in addition to the daily Scoring Central, where competitors can visit for the daily scoring and free beverages and appetizers. There is also a poker tournament and other surprises throughout the week. Visit the official website at for all details.

Bear’s Best Las Vegas is a unique Vegas golf experience which includes 18 replica holes from some of Jack Nicklaus’ top golf courses. Nicklaus hand-picked the holes from such layouts as Cabo Del Sol, Castle Pines and PGA West, among others. Angel Park was designed by Arnold Palmer while Desert Pines is Carolina golf in the desert and located just minutes from the burgeoning downtown Las Vegas. Painted Desert was the original desert course in the Las Vegas area and Revere Golf Club was designed by Greg Nash and Billy Casper.

“The word we continually here from our past participants is ‘wow’ when they are asked how to describe the Las Vegas World Amateur,” said Ann Sunstrum, Southern Nevada Golf Association. “We are thrilled to offer our fourth annual event and we already have seen a strong interest from returning players who have signed up, plus many of those golfers are the best ambassadors for the tournament and are helping invite golfing friends to play in the tournament in 2016.”

There are no excuses. Make your reservations today.