The Trifecta of Las Vegas Golf – Summerlin
JUST OFF I-15 and near TPC Summerlin, home of the PGA TOUR’s Shriner’s Hospitals for Children Open (November 2-5) lie three golf courses designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash. Highland Falls (pictured above), Palm Valley and Eagle Crest are managed by Golf Summerlin, which combines these well-conditioned courses and the excitement of Suncoast Hotel Casino into one the most affordable stay and play packages in the Las Vegas area. Less than 10 miles from the Strip, you can enjoy the same valley views and playing conditions as the TPC for half the price. golfsummerlin.com
A RESORT-LIKE ATMOSPHERE without the sticker shock is one of Summerlin’s appeals. “We are a hidden gem in a community of 7,800 homes, but all three courses are public and open to outside play,” Golf Summerlin PGA Director of Golf Donny Long says. “The private feel is a bonus. Not only are you guarded in a beautiful community, but you will also enjoy the mountain scenery as we are located at the base of the Charleston Mountain range, making us about five degrees cooler than most of the Las Vegas area.” golfsummerlin.com
A FAVORITE AMONG out-of-town visitors for its spectacular conditions, elevation changes and views of the Las Vegas Strip, Summerlin’s 25-year-old Highland Falls Golf Club recently won the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” award. The rolling hills of the front nine become steeper on the back side, leading to abundant risk-reward opportunities on the inward nine. Elevation changes, rich fairways and strategically placed bunkering makes each of Highland Falls’ 18 holes fun, fair and challenging. golfsummerlin.com
Long and Short – Golf Experiences for Players of All Levels
THE LONG: Built in 1989, Golf Summerlin’s oldest, longest and most challenging course, the 6,849-yard Palm Valley, features mature, gently undulating fairways that are wide enough to allow most players to hit driver all day, but the deceptively rolling bent grass greens make every two-putt a test. Pines line many of the fairways, and 68 bunkers also tighten this well-kept traditional layout. golfsummerlin.com
THE SHORT: A par-60 executive course, Eagle Crest Golf Course has become popular with locals and visitors looking for a quick, quality round. Built into the side of a stately mountain, Eagle Crest plays along some of Las Vegas’ highest points, showcasing exciting city vistas. The course even lets you swing the driver on some holes. As course designer Bill Casper said, “You can take any hole from this course, put it in the middle of a championship course, and it would fit right in.” golfsummerlin.com
One night at Suncoast and one round at either Highland Falls or Palm Valley for $110 per player!
Offer valid November 1, 2017 – May 31, 2018. Based on double occupancy. Based on availability. Not valid on blackout dates or special events. Management reserves all rights.
Learn more at: golfsummerlin.com