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LAS VEGAS' NEWEST GOLF DESTINATION

 

The Resort at Summerlin, the first luxury golf and spa resort off the Strip, is bordered by three championship golf courses, including TPC at The Canyons, home of the Las Vegas Senior Classic by TruGreen-ChemLawn.

Upon its 29 June, 1999 opening, The Resort will control 50 percent of the tee-times at TPC at the Canyons. Guests can conveniently secure preferred tee times with seven courses at five area golf facilities. Several hotel golf packages are also available.

The Resort at Summerlin is located 25 minutes northwest of McCarran International Airport and the Las Vegas Strip. It features two Regent International hotels, the Regent Grand Palms and the Regent Grand Spa - totalling 541 guest rooms and suites; the 40,000 square foot Aguae Sulis spa; Parian and Ceres fine dining; Peso de Vida shops and dining; a 50,000 square foot conference and banquet centre and casino.

"Visitors to Las Vegas will now have a true luxury resort adjacent to some of the most challenging desert golf in the southwest, " said Brian McMullan, president and CEO. "Our golf packages make booking a golf vacation as easy as tap in".

Resort guests have access tot a total of seven area golf courses and may book tee times at each course through the Resort before arrival or during their stay. The Resort will provide regular complimentary shuttle service to each course, including TPC at the Canyons, Angel park Golf Club, Badlands Golf Club, Painted Desert Golf Club and the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. Arrangements can also be made for corporate competitions during conferences or meetings.

The Putting Green tavern next door to the Regent Grand Spa overlooks a 13,000 square foot natural bentgrass putting green designed by Bobby Weed, architect of the TPC at The Canyons. A meeting place for golfers, before and after a day of golf, the tavern is open from 6am to 9pm and serves light fare.

Golf courses surrounding The Resort at Summerlin:

  • The Tournament Players Club at The Canyons, site of the annual Las Vegas Senior Classic, is a par 71 course designed by Bobby Weed with player consultant Raymond Floyd. It features formidable canyon fairways flanked by rugged desert terrain.
  • Angel Park Golf Club has two Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole par 71 courses, a 12-hole part 3 executive course with 9 holes lit for night golfing and 18-hole putting course.
  • The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort features two par 72 courses set in the striking high desert ancestral home of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. The two courses were designed by renowned architect Pete Dye and his only courses in Nevada.
  • Badlands Golf Club, three 9-hole courses designed by Johnny Miller with player consultant Chi Chi Rodriguez, is a sever test for even the most experienced first-time visitor. Players can combine any two courses to play a full round of golf.
  • Painted Desert Golf Club, former site of the Nevada Open, is a par 72 course designed by Jay Morrish. Set within a natural desert habitat, Painted Desert features numerous mounds, challenging greens and target fairways making it a challenging place to play.