Now is the time to sign up for a spot in the annual Las Vegas World Amateur to be played Feb. 26 – March 2, this year to be played at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort for the first time. The Resort is the home of three Pete Dye-designed golf courses and is a golfer’s favorite.

Longtime Las Vegas golfer Paudie O ‘ Connor is now the tournament director and is giving away two separate golf trips to Ireland to two lucky Vegas world am contestants. O ‘ Connor also operates a tour company that specializes in the trips. Each registered golfer in the Vegas World Am has an equal chance to win one of these very valuable golf trips.

Click now to register for the Las Vegas World Amateur today.

The Las Vegas World Amateur features parties, golf, prizes and plenty of good competition. The event is open to all golfers – men, women, young and old – with a valid USGA Handicap Index (issued by a licensed club or federation).

The tournament features six competitive divisions, ranging from men and women 49 and under to the Legends (70+). Within the divisions, golfers are flighted by closely grouped handicaps. The event features numerous flights and the top four finishers in each flight advance to the Championship round, an 18-hole shootout that determines the World Champion.

The fifth annual Las Vegas World Amateur will be hosted at the world class Pete Dye designed Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. Participants will play all three of the finest courses in Las Vegas; Sun Mountain, Snow Mountain and the Wolf. Three championship courses that showcase some of Dye’s best work. To arrange for practice rounds prior to the tournament contact the golf course directly and identify yourself as a Las Vegas World Amateur participant.