Angel Park Golf Club – Palm Course

Arnold Palmer took his talents to Las Vegas and created a little piece of heaven for golfers in Sin City. The Angel Park Golf Club is frequently called the “world’s most complete golf experience in Las Vegas”, and one of the reasons for this is quite obvious: the 6,535 yard Angel Park Golf Club – Palm Course. Sin City has never been quite more heavenly a golf vacation destination than this.

The Angel Park Golf Club – Palm Course is a few minute ride outside of the Las Vegas Strip, and sits atop the highest point in the Vegas Valley. At an elevation of almost 3000 feet, the views from the course alone is more than a bright prospect of golf vacation a la heaven: sweeping vistas of the huge desert area, the Red Rock Canyon and Spring Mountains, as well as of the Las Vegas skyline. The layout isn’t any different. The par-70 course is laden with many well-placed bunkers, Palmer quality, large boulders, and beautiful but tricky water hazards. Its fairways are generous, and plays on multiple tees. The par-threes on the course are quite long, measuring at maximum 200 yards. The greens are undulating, the natural desert terrain intact. As are its natural desert vegetation.

 To make things even more beautiful, the Angel Park Golf Club – Palm Course is always impeccably maintained. The playing conditions are always at the best of a person’s taste. When the players are not feeling their best, they can opt to warm up on the Angel Park’s practice course. Or ask for instruction at the facility’s award winning Golf Academy. No wonder golfers find it hard to resist a golf trip hereabouts. It’s a guilt free indulgence; something that only heaven can compare.

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