LAS VEGAS, Nev. (April 5, 2017)–No matter how often you may play golf, the Golf Summerlin family of courses has a membership option that–like their three golf courses–centers around variety. And there’s plenty of it. — By Bill Bowman.
Golf Summerlin has three courses to test and impress players. There are two championship length courses (Highland Falls and Palm Valley) as well as Eagle Crest, an executive-length course.
No matter which of the three you may prefer to play, the membership choices for Las Vegas residents lets players tee it up at great rates–whether players prefer to tee it up just once a week or whether they try to get out a couple of times a week.
We’ll start with the All-Inclusive Membership. This one’s cost is $3,900 and gives players unlimited rounds for the year along with range balls. If you play seven or more times a month, this one’s for you.
The Emerald Membership costs $1,000 and lets players tee it up at Highland Falls and Palm Valley for $25 and at Eagle Crest for $21. Play just three times a month and this deal plays for itself.
Click here for more membership info as well as information for memberships for Sun City Summerlin residents.
Shane Sanchez, the head golf pro at Palm Valley, says the memberships offer players plenty of options. “People just need to do the math and see how often they play and see which program fits them,” he said. “And with three courses, there’s a lot of variety. The courses definitely keep you on your toes.”
Eagle Crest’s executive layout features 12 par 3s that will give players plenty of chances to hone their short game. With the distances ranging from 115 yards to a mammoth 224 yards, get ready to use every club in the bag (yes, there are six par 4s so players will still be able to hit that driver).
Highland Falls combines a solid round of golf with impressive views. There may not be a better view of Las Vegas than from the elevated tee box on the par-3 14th as the entire Las Vegas Strip sits mesmerizingly in the background.
Palm Valley is the longest of the three at almost 6,900 yards and the par 5s will tempt players to try and get home in two. Scoring on these holes is possible, if you’ve got the firepower to pull off the shots.
Play one, play two or play all three and you’ll see why the Golf Summerlin family of courses is so popular. And with a variety of membership options, you’ll have the chance to play all three courses more often.