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Whats in good in Vegas

Peter H

Hi Guys,

Travelling to Vegas around the 22nd September, whats the pick of the courses around that time?

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  1. Mitch M

    I'll be there that weekend too.
    Unfortunately, it's a tough time of the year because so many courses are closed for overseeding.
    Coyote Springs is a good option that weekend. No overseeding. Free re-rounds. About an hour out of Vegas though.
    Paiute has 3 courses. One will be closed. One will be two weeks out from punching the greens but the 3rd will be fine.
    Rio Secco and Reflection Bay are both closed that weekend which is a bummer.
    Arroyo is decent. Angel Park is too but I'm not sure their maintenance schedule.
    We're taking a day to drive out to Primm Valley for 36. I've heard mixed reviews and one side will be cart path only due to overseeding.
  2. No'l

    Paiute Golf Resort is 20 minutes from the strip, and they have 3 of the best links in Las Vegas.
  3. harry h

    I live in vegas over seeding such be done by then angel park has two 18 holes courses a par three putting course and great practice area nice restaurant and pro shop reasonable prices you can contact them on their web site.ck vegas website for others but if price is a issue great prices here
  4. ROBERT P

    My suggestion would be to travel to Mesquite and play Wolf Creek. Beautiful course and a great challenge.
  5. MADGOLFER

    South of the airport;

    Revere 2 courses Lexington & Concord. My home courses. Love em.

    Chimera, formerly Tuscany

    Rhodes Ranch

    Rio Secco , closed for remodeling right now should be open by the time you hit town.

    Desert Willow, executive course but tough and always in GREAT shape.
    All these are 20-25minutes from strip.

    Boulder Creek in Boulder City
    Primm Valley in California
    Both 45 minutes from strip.

    North side:
    Paiute has 3 courses. About 30 minutes from strip.

    TPC Las Vegas
    Angel Park
    Red Rock Arroyo
    Siena
    Bears Best
    Desert Pines
    Royal Links.
    All within 20-30 minutes of strip.
    Could list more but these are a good start.

    Hope this helps.. madgolfer hitemstraight..


  6. Kevin B

    TPC Las Vegas, formerly TPC at The Canyons, is an 18-hole golf course located in the community of Summerlin in western Las Vegas, Nevada.
    tpc.com/.../
  7. Darron K

    Wolf Creek and Paiute are a must!
    TPC Las Vegas
    Angel Park
    Bears Best
  8. Scott D

    We travel every year to Vegas. My favourite course is Coyote Springs is a must play.
  9. robert t

    Was there this past May....You gotta play Reflection Bay first, then TPC Las Vegas. Catch them on Golf Now for discount on early tee times.
  10. Peter H

    Thanks for the info guys think I might go out to Paiute to start and try and squeeze a second round in some where

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