TPC Las Vegas

It’s every golfer’s dream to play in the course where PGA Tour pros got to play. This dream includes to eat where PGA Tour celebs got to eat as well as sleep where PGA Tour champions sleep. Fortunately, a lot of golfers realize that these dreams could come true without having to compete at the PGA Tours. What these brilliant golfers did is book their tee times at the TPC Las Vegas and Alas, their dreams came true. In short, every golfer has the chance to fulfill their dreams if they are wise enough to find various golf vacation destinations where PGA Tours professionals play. Luckily, we have one in Vegas.

Designed by World Golf Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd and architect Bobby Weed, this 7,081 championship golf course can truly test even the finest players’ shot-making skills. Lush greens, arroyos, and barrancas add a great touch to the TPC Las Vegas Course’s over several hundred acres. Furthermore, this golf vacation resort hosted the Champions Tour’s Las Vegas Senior Classic starting from 1994 to 2001. Playing in this golf course allows players to experience the same standards of quality and service in which only pros can experience.

The TPC Las Vegas resort provide various membership privileges in which the Annual Pass Membership covers unlimited golf, unlimited practice facility use, no minimums or monthly dues charged, tee time reservations of up to 5 days in advance for peak seasons while up to 7 days in advance for off-peak seasons (June-August), and guest rates of $75 (season) and $60 (non-season). Competitive golf vacation package deals are being offered by this resort in order to serve their valued client better, whether a pro or not.

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