It’s Tee Time in Las Vegas

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The Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear's Best golf course.
The Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear’s Best golf course.

Are your clients ready to hit the links? The weather is warming up and it’s a great time for them to check out some of Las Vegas’ renowned championship golf courses. These gorgeous and challenging courses are truly unique to the destination. Show your clients why Golf Digest readers have listed six Las Vegas-area courses among the top 50 public golf venues in the country. Bali Hai Golf Course on the Las Vegas Strip, Royal Links, TPC Summerlin, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Bear’s Best, Desert Pines and Wolf Creek, in nearby Mesquite, were all recognized among the nation’s best.

From the first tee to the clubhouse, see why in Las Vegas great golf is always par for the course. Start with Wynn Las Vegas, the only resort golf course on the Las Vegas Strip. This 18-hole, on-site championship golf course, designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn, includes a 35-ft. waterfall and a man-made mountain that provides the ultimate in privacy.

Celebrated as one of the finest designed courses in the world and located just 30 minutes from the Strip, Cascata was created by renowned architect Rees Jones. The par 72 course offers a spectacular landscape and stunning vistas at every turn, including the 3,600-ft. peak at Red Mountain, lush fairways, lakes and streams.

Bear’s Best, designed by Jack Nicklaus, offers 18 replicas of the golf legend’s finest holes found in courses from Montana to Mexico. The clubhouse at the course, “Jack’s Place,” is home to photos, plaques and other memorabilia from the player’s extraordinary career.

Your clients will have a great time, and you’ll also have a chance to win big with our revamped reward program, Cash In On Vegas. Just book your clients’ travel on lasvegas.com—the more you book Vegas, the more you’ll be entered to win. Tell your clients to take a swing at some incredible golf and more in Las Vegas.