Play Exclusive Las Vegas Golf Courses - The Not-So-Secret Secret
Experience the luxury of tour-class caddies. Play the private golf courses that celebrities and touring pros play. Get tee times on a course that once required a $100,000 gambling credit line at local casinos.
What's the secret? It's coming. But first, here's a quick look at four golf courses that even us high handicappers and regular Joe's can play.
Cascata Golf Club - The course is so exclusive they don't even provide an address. This Rees Jones designed course once required a $100,000 credit line at local casino properties just for the privilege of a tee time. Now it will only cost you $350 to $500.
Shadow Creek Golf Course - Called one of the finest courses in the world, Shadow Creek Golf Course is another exclusive must-play course. Golfers receive a private limousine to and from the course and a private caddie for your round.
Rio Secco Golf Course - Rio Secco is listed as a "Top 10 Golf Resort in the World" by USA Today. This 18-hole championship course sits among the rolling foothills of the Black Mountain Range in Las Vegas. Rio Secco is also home of the world-famous Butch Harmon School of Golf.
Wynn Las Vegas Golf Course - This Tom Fazio design just opened in late April of 2005. As with everything else Steve Wynn does, golfers should expect a first-class experience from the clubhouse to the 18th green. Speaking of the 18th hole, when you play this course you'll get a nice view of the newly-created 37-foot-tall waterfall. This course is restricted to Wynn Las Vegas resort guests.
Okay, did you catch that last sentence? There is your not-so-secret secret for playing these exclusive Las Vegas golf courses. Booking a Las Vegas hotel and golf package can provide you with a VIP pass to these amazing golf courses and the amenities that come with them.
Now you know the secret. Your next step is to book one of these Las Vegas hotel and golf packages. Then you can hit the links in style and enjoy a golfing experience like you have never experienced before.
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