ZealousGolfer.com Travel: Las Vegas, NV

We are going to change direction a little bit with the latest ZealousGolfer.com travel article. Usually, I like to focus on one resort and what it offers to golfers and other guests. However, I wanted to discuss one of the most underrated golf towns on the planet: Las Vegas, Nevada.

If you live in America, you probably have been to Vegas at some point in time. Nonetheless, many golfing visitors haven't managed to work a trip to the links into their schedules. It's about time. Here are a few spots you need to check out on your next vacation to Vegas.

Let's start with the most important detail: the courses. Although many tourists would tell you to check out the course at the Wynn, my personal favorite is Bali Hai Golf Club at Mandalay Bay. Four sets of tees playing at more than 7,000 yards from the tips give golfers of all abilities a lot of room to have fun at Bali Hai.

Furthermore, Bali Hai's high quality course has been recognized. It was ranked as one of the top 50 public courses by Golf Digest's Golf World this year. While expensive, it will still be a cheaper play than Wynn's course while offering the amenities of the resort, as the course was built right next to the hotel.

Once you check out the course, you will need to find an equally spectacular gambling experience. Although Mandalay Bay would be a good choice for your stay, there are certainly other options available.

The Bellagio is the place to go for poker in Vegas. With shopping, dining, and a
gorgeous layout, the Bellagio will please virtually any guest. The resort also hosts the world-renowned Cirque show, "O." You can't go wrong here.

Aside from the Bellagio, the Palms is another great spot for younger guests. The resort is well-known for unmatched nightlife. The pool parties that many guests frequent on the weekends at the Palms will also provide guests with an extremely memorable experience.

One common concern facing golfers is the heat. We all are aware that Vegas is sco
rching during the summer. How do you beat the heat?
May and September are solid choices if you can stand relatively hot temperatures. The price of your rounds will start to decline, but you will be able to get onto courses fairly easily. If you manage to snag early or late tee times, the golf will be fantastic. Most resorts and area golf courses manage to keep their fairways in superb condition during these months.

At any rate, Vegas golf is an experience that no golfer should miss out on. For further reading, check out this casino guide.

Where are your favorite spots in Vegas?

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