Vegas Golf Advice Anyone?

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osu992's picture

@Grateful, what you got re mid-high/+14 advice?

New Day for OSU. Same noon for TTUN.

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Gratefulbuck's picture

My advice: golf in Vegas is ridiculously expensive and I’d rather do other “things”. Could be cold this time of year, too. 

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BuckeyeKing02's picture

if you're willing to drop some cash, the Wynn has the only course on the Strip and is a very nice experience.  No clubs or shoes required, they will give them to you as part of the package.  Last I recalled, it was somewhere in the neighborhood of $495/person, so not cheap, but convenient location and top-shelf experience with great views.  I've also played up near the JW Marriott Resort in Summerlin and it was a good experience but a bit more of a drive (half hour or so).  There's a TPC course there is that highly rated as well as a Jack Nicklaus designed course (Bear's Best).  Enjoy!

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tcm1968's picture

I second the Wynn..... convenient, gorgeous track, caddie/clubs/shoes included in the price.. A+ experience and course in great shape. Some awesome par 3 layouts...  Pricey for sure..

Go Bucks!

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bulion33's picture

Haven't golfed in Vegas in quite a bit but back when I did TPC, Bear's Best or Revere were all solid.  Hit em straight! 

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Mr. Bungle's picture

Stallion Mountain.  Seven minutes from the strip.  This is the best kept golf secret in Vegas.  In Feb of 2018, we paid $30 per man, not including club rental.  I was dubious when I booked it because every other course was in $75-$100 range, if not much higher.  I was pleasantly surprised with a great track in really good condition.  Fast greens and fairways.  It was almost 80 degrees the day we played so that prob helped.  Excellent range and clubhouse too.  We will definitely be back.

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Kinghellvis's picture

I 2nd Mr. B.’s advice.  If only Ninja wasn’t careening golf balls off the local’s roof tops.  

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Mr. Bungle's picture

NuLeaf set us straight Hellvis.  It was our performance-enhancing advantage.  Ninja had no chance.

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niblick's picture

Those 2 look perfect for what we need, thanks all!!!

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DroneBuck's picture

Waiting for the obligatory advice from an old pervy 11Warrior telling you to ditch the golf idea, and drive out to the bunny ranch instead. You'll waste the same 4-5 hours but you'll be happier and probably save some money.

somebody tell me when it happens...

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osu992's picture

What did you think grateful meant by "things?"

Plus, didn't that guy die last week?

New Day for OSU. Same noon for TTUN.

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niblick's picture

been to vegas more times than i can count, done it but take the sticks and get a round in.

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Gratefulbuck's picture

My advice for “things” did not include bunnies. Chickens maybe. But, I’m ok with golf in Vegas. Just not an early tee time. 

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osurox's picture

We golf here every year and I highly recommend it.

https://lvpaiutegolf.com

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Longtoothbuck's picture

Alliante, Angel Park, Painted Desert are 3 nice mid-priced tracks that all should be able to enjoy.  

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niblick's picture

Thanks for all the great suggestions everyone.  Friday at Alliante and Saturday at Paiute, can't wait!!

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RK84's picture

You spelled cocaine and hookers wrong. How was that fellas?

But seriously The Wynn, is the...Wynner.

It doesn't matter whether you're the lion or a gazelle-when the sun comes up, you'd better be running.

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niblick's picture

I heard they just scrapped the course at the Wynn, possibly in the last few months.  Is that accurate or some bullshit rumor?

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NoMad Buck's picture

It's been closed, apparently it will reopen at some time this year.

I played Cascada last month, beautiful course if you are willing to shell out some dough.

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tampatom's picture

agree cascada is beautiful and food is great, played it about 10 years ago but was comped from Caesers

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RBuck's picture

The Badlands. Watch out for the rattlesnakes.

Sooner or later it all gets real.

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