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Between January 22 and 25, the PGA Merchandise Show will be held in Orlando, Florida. This promises to be a huge event with more than 40,000 professionals from the golf industry getting together at the Orange County Convention Center.

There will be a a lot of new golf-related equipment and merchandise from a range of vendors shown at the event. This will give professionals an inside look at some of the upcoming products.

What Types of Items Will Be Displayed?

Vendors who are coming to the event will have many different types of items with them to present at the PGA Merchandise Show. Some of the items include golf clothing and apparel, bags, balls, trophies, and awards, food, equipment, gifts, services, training aids, various types of technology, and more. In addition, there will even be information on travel destinations. Some of the most impressive golf travel destinations today are located in places such as China, Ireland, Scotland, and the Dominican Republic. Representatives from resorts in those countries will be on hand to highlight some of the most impressive features of those golfing destinations.

This promises to be one of the most important events of its type, and there are likely to be more than 1,000 professionals from the media across 25 countries that will be getting up close with the vendors and their offerings. The Golf Channel plans to provide a substantial amount of coverage for the event, as does SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio Network

Kicking Things Off

The show will start on Tuesday the 22nd during the “World’s Largest Outdoor Demonstration Day”, which will take place at the Orange County National Golf Center. There will be nearly 200 hitting bays and 100 exhibitors, along with practice greens to help get the event underway. Those who are attending the show can speak with the designers and the company about all of the different products, items, and equipment that they will be bringing to market.

The show provides both the vendors and the professionals with a comfortable setting for looking at various wares, as well as setting up business meetings. It is important to note that the PGA Merchandise Show will only be available to those who are considered qualified golf industry professionals.

The PGA Merchandise Show for Education Conference picks up after the Demo Day. Exhibitions, allowing the professionals to experience the new Equipment Test Center and New Product Zone.

Do Not Miss the Show

If you are a professional in the golf industry, this is an event that should not be missed. Many of the products and technologies that are introduced here will be very important to the sport and hobby of golf in the coming years. It is an important event for anyone who is in the field and who needs to stay up on the latest products and the newest brands. Companies can meet with designers and vendors to develop or improve upon their relationships and to purchase items and equipment, they can take seminars from golf professionals, and much more.


The Masters – there are few other golf events carry the same sense of history and prestige. 2018 will mark the 82nd time the Masters golf tournament has been held, and the 63rd time it has been televised. It has been held at the Augusta National Golf Club since the championship’s creation in 1934.

About the Masters Championship

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Also called the US Masters and the Masters Tournament, the Masters is one of four major championships held each year within the world of professional golfing. It began in 1934, and has always been held at the Augusta National Golf Club, which was designed explicitly for that purpose by founder Bobby Jones after he purchased the former Fruitland nursery. Bobby Jones (the noted amateur champion) co-founded both the golf club and the tournament with Clifford Roberts after Jones’ 1930 grand slam win.

The Masters is part of several international golf tours. As such, it is heavily attended by both top golfing talent from around the world, and international spectators. With that being said, the Masters sees a smaller field of players due to its nature as a purely invitational event. It stands as an official money event for the PGA Tour, but also for the Japan Golf Tour, as well as the European Tour.

Quite a few unique traditions have grown up around this tournament. One of the most iconic is the champion’s green jacket, which is held by the winner for a year before returning it to the clubhouse. Another is the Champions Dinner held the Tuesday before the tournament.

As mentioned, players must be invited in order to attend the Masters. There are several ways that a player may ultimately be invited. For instance, former winners of the Masters are invited automatically. They may also be invited if they have one any of the previous five US Opens, British Opens, or PGA Championships. The top 50 golfers from the Official World Golf Ranking in the previous calendar year and from the week leading up to the current tournament are also eligible. Invitations can also be extended to top-ranked finishers in a range of notable golf championships.

About the Augusta National Golf Club

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The Augusta National Golf Club was the brainchild of Bobby Jones, who worked with investment banker Clifford Roberts and architect Alister MacKenzie to design and build a course specifically for what would become the Masters Tournament. Construction took several years, with the course finally opening in 1933, a year before the first Masters Tournament was held there.

Over time, the course has been redesigned multiple times by a range of individuals. It features several nicknamed shots, as well as iconic design elements. For instance, the Big Oak Tree is an actual oak that stands on the course and was planted during the 1850s. Ike’s Pond was named after then-General Eisenhower who suggested it be built in the first place. Interestingly, all the holes are named after a tree or shrub, which is fitting given the course’s origins as a plant nursery.


One of the most popular tournaments within the larger PGA Tour, the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am usually takes place during February, and covers several high-profile golf courses. These include the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, and the titular Pebble Beach Golf Links.

The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am actually has a relatively long history. It dates back to 1937, and was originally called the Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, although many simply called it the Crosby Clambake. The first event was held at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in San Diego County. The tournament was put on hold in 1942 with the outbreak of WWII, and then resumed once more in 1947.

When it returned, it was a 54-hole event (as opposed to its original 18 holes), and was held near Monterey, where it remains to this day. It was eventually expanded into a 72-hole event in 1958. When the tournament resumed, it consisted of the Pebble Beach Golf Links, the Monterey Peninsula Country Club, and the Cypress Point Club. Monterey Peninsula Country Club was dropped in 1966 and replaced by Spyglass Hill.

After Crosby’s death in 1977, the family name was slowly phased out, ultimately being dropped by 1985. AT&T took on the sponsorship in 1986. Cypress Point Club was dropped in 1991 and replaced with Poppy Hills. Poppy Hills was replaced in 2009, and the Monterey Peninsula Country Club was reinstated as part of the tournament.

In terms of play style, the field initially includes 156 pro players, and 156 amateur players, each paired with one another. For the first three days, all pairs play a single round on each of the three courses in the tournament. In addition to the “better ball” format of team play, professional players also play an individual stroke format. On the last day of the tournament, pairs that have made the cut will play on Pebble Beach’s course.

Most fairways are set back in flawless parkland or affectionately set on in an excellent coastline area.

Be that as it may, there are special Golf Courses you may not know! So, we should take a look at the longest, hottest, coolest, perilous and above all weirdest Places to play Golf around the world. The increasing popularity of this sport has seen golf courses hike up in some unlikely places. Here are the strange and great Golf courses which you won’t found in the normal Golf guide:-

  1. The Longest Golf Course:

The normal round of golf more often than not keeps going a couple of hours, yet forthcoming players on the Nullarbor Links Course in southern Australia can hope to finish the course in more like four days. Measuring 848 miles long the course is the longest on the planet and traverses two time zones with holes arranged at 18 towns and administration stations pointed along the Nullarbor Plain.

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  1. The Hottest Golf Course: 

Located on the edge of the active volcano on Mount Merapi in Indonesia, the Merapi Golf Course is a standout amongst the most uncommon courses on the planet. The course has amazing views around and is one of just a modest bunch of courses where golf is played by active volcano in the world – in spite of the fact that the course planners are yet to incorporate lava risks.

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  1. The Coldest Golf Course:

Uummannaq in Greenland is the home for the World Ice Golf Championships where the whole course is laid on big chunks of icebergs and the rounds of golf are played in minus temperatures. The guidelines continue as same as the regular golf tournament in spite of the fact that the course is somewhat shorter, the gaps are somewhat bigger, the ball is orange and the courses are not green, but is white.

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  1. The Highest Golf Course:

If you are struggling to get distance on your drives then head to the Government Golf Course in India, State of Jammu & Kashmir’s Gulmarg. The course is the highest in the world at over 8,500 feet. The Golf course was established by British colonials in the year of 1904. The air is so thin on the course because of the altitude which means that the ball will travel further distances to increase your drive.

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  1. THE Golf Course on Airport:

Don Mueang International airport in Bangkok looks resembles to any other airport in the world from a long distance…however, on approach and right in-between the two busy runways; there is an 18-hole golf course. Imagine a Boeing 747 disrupting your drive swing!

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  1. The Most dangerous Golf Course:

Camp Bonifas is the nearest military base to North Korea on the border in Panmunjom and is also home to what has been named the world’s most dangerous golf course. The ‘course’ is a single hole, par three which stretches to 192 yards. This is close to the most heavily fortified border in the world. What’s more, it is not a place for a stroll in the rough either – the Golf course is ringed by landmines.6 300x217 - 10 Most Craziest Places to Play Golf around the World

  1. The Nude Golf Course:

Set up in 1993 the fairway of La Jenny in France is one of only a handful couple of spots on the planet which provides sport particularly for nude golfers who want to sharpen their skills au natural. This is the only naturist & nude Golf course not only in Europe, but also in the world. La Jenny even has its own particular professional and stages various competitions consistently.7 300x136 - 10 Most Craziest Places to Play Golf around the World

  1. The Crocodile Golf Course:

This impressive 18-hole, par 72 cart Golf course is located in The Palace at the Lost City, South Africa. The course spreads out more than 100 hectares with various themes for golf courses. Right from desert to mountains and parkland, you’ll find here. It incorporates an impressive 28 000m² (about 92 000ft²) area of water features, with perhaps its most famous feature is being the water hazard on the 13th hole. That is the home for Nile crocodiles! 8 300x200 - 10 Most Craziest Places to Play Golf around the World

  1. The Most Remote Golf Course:

Imagine playing golf in the Himalaya Mountains. Well now you don’t need to imagine any more.

The Royal Thimpu Golf club is in the small country of Bhutan which claims now to be the most remote golf course on the planet. This club located just outside of Bhutan’s capital Thimpu. It’s 9-hole layout that sits beside the spectacular 17th century Tashicho Dzong ( The palace & office of the King of Bhutan)

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  1. The War Zone golf Course in Kabul:

Kabul Golf Club, Afghanistan is located in the Al Qaeda war zone. Golf has been played in Afghanistan for over 100 years, yet nowadays the Kabul Golf Club is known worldwide as War Zone Golf Course. These whole areas are vigorously protected by AK-47 while you’re playing. This nine-hole thriller comes with a mandatory army checkpoint, burnt-out and bombed-out greens and the chances are to putt it out for peace!

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Last year, it was announced that the USGA (United States Golf Association) chose The Olympic Club to host the 76th U.S. Women’s Open in 2021. It will take place between June 3rd and 6th. The U.S. Women’s Open is considered the most important event on this sport’s annual calendar and will attract players from all over the world. It has been held every year since 1946.

The Olympic Club’s Lake Course

While this is a huge honor for the Olympic Club, it’s far from the first time this San Francisco golf course has been graced by a professional tour. In fact, the Lake Course has featured 11 USGA championships in the past. However, while it has hosted five U.S. Opens over the years, this is the first women’s championship to be decided here.

The History of the Lake Course

The first USGA championship ever contested at this course was all the way back in 1955. It was immediately one for the history books, though, as Jack Fleck defeated the legend, Ben Hogan, in what is still considered to be one of the biggest upsets ever.

Over a decade later, Arnold Palmer began the last day of play with a seven-point lead. At the end of nine holes on that Monday playoff in 1966, he had lost it to the victor, Billy Casper, making history yet again.

The Olympic Club has seen three other historic come-from-behind U.S. Open victories. Scott Simpson won in 1987; Lee Janzen took the title in 1998; and Webb Simpson came back to win it in 2012.

The Lake Course’s Design

The Lake Course has been a part of this historic club since 1927. It was designed by the course superintendent back then, Sam Whiting. 90 years later, very little has changed about the Lake Course. The challenge of this course, combined with its yesteryear feel has made it a go-to destination for top players from all over the planet for decades.

In 2021, the course will enjoy another accolade, becoming just the 12th ever to host both the men’s and women’s U.S. Open. This puts the Lake Course up there with Cherry Hills Country Club in Cherry Hills Village, CO, Oakmont (Pa.) Country Club, Pinehurst Resort & Country Club’s Course No. 2 in the Village of Pinehurst, N.C. and Champions Golf Club in Houston, which is going to host the U.S. Women’s Open at its Cypress Creek Course the year before it travels to the Lake Course.

California has been the host of 75 USGA championships. The one in 2021 will be the fourth time the U.S. Women’s Open visits the Golden State and the second time it comes to Northern California in just five years.

While it’s too early to buy tickets, you won’t want to miss the USGA Women’s Championship when it comes to the Olympic Club’s Lake Course in 2021. Of course, if you’re a woman who can get her handicap index down to 2.4 by then, you could even qualify to play. Even amateur players are welcome!


To the outside observer, golf may not look like too difficult of a sport.

However, there’s a reason why so many people approach golf with confidence only to walk away defeated and even a bit depressed.

Golf is a terribly challenging sport made up of tiny little problems to be solved. Everything from club selection to reading your lie to remembering to keep you head down when you swing can quickly eat away at a player who otherwise has a lot of promise.

If this sounds like you – or if you’re just starting out and want to avoid these problems – it’s important you master the mental game of golf.

Practice More Than Hitting the Ball

The most fun part about playing golf is making contact with the ball.

Yet, it’s everything else you do that will make the biggest difference. When you play golf or even when you’re just practicing at the driving range or the putting green, make sure you practice everything else intentionally. Take your time reviewing your lie, for example, and really try to get good at doing this as well as possible.

When you’re walking to your next shot, practice thinking about said shot and nothing else. This means letting go of any negative thoughts you may have from the hole before.

This sort of mental practice is just as important as the physical kind, if not more so.

Work on Your Pre-Shot Routine

This is similar to the above point but deserves its own section. After Rory McIlroy won the British Open in 2014, he said he focused on two main things leading up to it: process and spot.

The former referred to his pre-shot routine – the things he does before hitting the ball. Having a pre-shot routine prepares your mind and body for the job at hand. It pushes out unrelated thoughts and keeps your body from any unnecessary movements.

It’s also essential for when the pressure is on. Whether you ever play in a tournament or you’re simply under pressure from your group, you want a routine you can begin that will carry you all the way through the end of your stroke.

Focus on a Single Dimple

“Keep your eye on the ball.”

We’ve all heard this advice before.

Chances are that you don’t need to hear it again.

What you probably do need to hear, though, is that you actually have to keep your eye on the dimple of the ball. The ball itself is actually too big to be meaningful. Find a single dimple and then concentrate on swinging through it. This mental note will keep the head of your club from coming into the ball at an unwanted angle.

Consider Par a Win

Most golfers would be very pleased to finish 18 holes with par. When it comes to each individual hole, though, a lot of us find ourselves getting overly aggressive and hunting for birdies.

Do your best to just go for par. This is no small accomplishment and the goal will keep you from picking shots you’re not actually comfortable with. Over time, you’ll find your overall score improving significantly, too.

While there’s a lot to be said for going out and spending time on the course or at the driving range, don’t forget to master the mental game of golf, as well. The above tips will get you started on your path toward success.


This past weekend at Pebble Beach, Jordan Spieth proved why he is one of the most respected players to currently swing a club. The 23-year-old phenom achieved his ninth career PGA tour victory by dominating at the ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Let’s look at some highlights.

Spieth’s Putting Game

No one doubts Spieth’s putting game. Back in 2015, it was on full display when he sunk a 30-foot putt for birdie, breaking his tie with Sean O’Hair and Patrick Reed and winning him the Valspar Championship. This also moved him to 6th place in the Official World Golf Ranking.

His enviable putting abilities were on full display again at Pebble Beach this past week as he only needed one putt to close out 13 different holes. This kind of closing power is what gave him a 6-shot lead after only playing 54 holes.

Nonetheless, in his post-tournament interview, Spieth actually cited his putting as a weak point that has been hurting his confidence a bit. After this tournament, though, it doesn’t seem like that’s going to be an issue going forward.

A Mistake-Free Sunday

With this kind of cushion going into Sunday, the tournament was Spieth’s to lose. While Sunday wasn’t his best performance, it wasn’t without some highlights. He managed to avoid getting a single bogey to end at 2-under-par with a score of 70. This gave him a very commendable four-shot win.

In fact, the only person to even come close to Spieth was his friend, Kelly Kraft, the 2011 U.S. amateur champion.

For a young golfer who has accomplished so much (including numerous comparisons to Tiger Woods), it probably shouldn’t be too surprising that he called his performance “sort of boring.”

Of course, most of us could only ever dream of playing this “boring.”

A Timely Victory

Despite how well Spieth has played throughout his career, this was a very important victory leading into the Masters. It’s his first on the PGA Tour since the Dean & DeLuca Invitational last year. Between now and April, Spieth shouldn’t have too much trouble remaining in good shape as the clock ticks down.

Justin Timberlake Didn’t Disappoint

Being Pebble Beach, it’s only natural that there were some other notable highlights of the day.

Many fans rushed to catch a glimpse of Justin Timberlake’s performance. The singer-songwriter-actor-all-around-enviable-human-being brought his four handicap to the tournament and did not disappoint.

On the historic seventh hole of this beautiful course, Timberlake even had a near-hole-in-one. The ball lipped the cup and ended up just three feet or so shy, giving Timberlake an easy one putt for birdie.

Timberlake wouldn’t be done with his performance, though. On the 16th hole, he chipped in and then did it again on 17, too.

Apparently, between winning Grammies and going on sold-out world tours, the man also has time to become seriously good at golf. As many pointed out, JT was responsible for some of the best shots – from anyone – of the entire tournament.

With that, we wait another year to visit this legendary course for another exciting tournament.


TPC Harding Park

The TPC Harding Park has a legendary history it constructed in 1952 design by Sam Whiting and Willie Watson. TPC Harding Park is known and considered one of the country’s most premium and luxurious public golf course. After opening its starting to host amateur events.

TPC Harding Park hosted National Public Championship and City Championship. TPC Park honored many golf champions. By the end of the 1960’s, though, financial cuts left Harding Park in unfortunate disorder. No longer host to the PGA TOUR, it seemed all but settled that Harding’s beauty days were relegated to the past.

In July of 2014, the PGA TOUR, the PGA of USA, and The City and Region of San Francisco publicized an extraordinary corporation to bring the 2015 World Golf Championship Match Play, 2020 PGA Championship, and 2025 Presidents Cup to TPC Harding Park.

Standard **

-$157 $177

Standard Twilight

-$87 $102

Standard Junior

-$78 $89

Bay Area ***

-$92 $102

Bay Area Twilight ***

-$73 $82

Bay Area Junior ***

-$46 $51

San Francisco Resident

-$54 $68

San Francisco Resident Twilight

-$43 $52

San Francisco Resident Senior ****

-$39 $68

San Francisco Resident Junior

-$21 $26

Tournament **

-$127 $137


Lincoln Park Golf Course is one of the most highly and traditional public golf courses in the earth, managing the Golden Gate Bridge and nearby the historic art museum at the Palace of the Legion of Honor.
Lincoln Park Golf Course constructed in 1902, the course is design by many architectures, counting the legend architect Tom Bende low. The land of the course is 5,416 yards; this par 68 golf course pays homage to the days of hickory.



$40 $44

Standard Junior

$20 $22

San Francisco Resident

$26 $31

San Francisco Resident Senior **

$16 $24

San Francisco Resident Junior

$13 $18

Back Nine

$15 $20


$24 $30


$46 $56


TPC Fleming is a 9-hole golf course situated in the inner of TPC Harding Park. Built in 1961, TPC Fleming is a par 30 huge course that accouters 2,165 yards, from back tee and 1,865 from forward tees. Although the course was designed to for all type of golfers, form beginners too professional.



$28 $33
San Francisco Resident

$23 $25

San Francisco Resident**

$17 $22

San Francisco Resident Junior

$13 $16


$33 $44


$13 $13


Sharp Park Golf Course is a traditional seaside links, planed by outstanding architect Alister MacKenzie, who also designed home of the Masters Tournament, Cypress point and many of the creation’s most esteemed courses.



$43 $47

Standard Junior

$22 $24

San Francisco Resident

$27 $32

San Francisco Resident Senior **

$17 $25

San Francisco Resident Junior

$14 $19

Back Nine

$16 $21


$25 $31


$49 $59

7 years later it was publicized that golf would return to the Rio Olympics, the week of rivalry has finally here. Golfers are continuing into Rio de Janeiro this week for the 60-player tournament and appear to like what they see so far.

Peoples don’t know what to imagine because no one was alive the last time golf was played in Olympic. The atmosphere seems to be more positive than in current months when the fall of golf as a future Olympic sport was allegedly widespread and plentiful.

Let’s take a look at some things you should know around 2016 Rio Olympics Golf:

The field is not strong

As in its unevenly the same as the 2015 Sony Open. That is not good. That is really not good.

Because six of the top 10 players in the world drew out

They all quoted several explanations, but here is the list of all the golfers who capable for Rio Olympic but finally pulled out of Rio. You could possibly have a higher-ranked tournament with the tags on this list than you will this week at the Olympics 2016.

Tickets are low-priced.

You can get a pass on the first three days for $15.75, which looks like a steal seeing four of the 10 best players in the world will be there. You can’t get into the John Deere Classic for that tiny. They do go up to $31.50 for the final round of both the men’s and women’s tournament, but that’s still a bargain to see the first gold medal since 1904.

The opening tee shot will rock.

Brazilian Adilson da Silva will attack the first tee shot this week in his homegrown country. That’s an excitement, of course, but he self-confessed he’s quite worried ahead of the tournament.

Aliante Golf Club

Aliante is an exciting course extending more than 7,000 yards from the back tees. A twisting arroya comes into play on 14 holes if interesting contours and unique playing appearances.

3100 W Elkhorn, North Las Vegas, NV, 89084
Location: NE & North Las Vegas

Angel Park Golf Club

Planned by the legendary Arnold Palmer, Angel Park offers 36 holes of championship golf.
The 18-hole Palm Course has an old-style layout with classic shot making challenges with a Par 70, while the 18-hole Mountain Course features an up-to-date approach to course design with a Par 71.

Angel Park contains the 12-hole Cloud Nine Short Course, a 9-hole hitting course and a fully armed exercise facility, 3,000 sq. ft. putting green, practice chipping area and event lawn all of which are glow lighted in the evening.

At almost 3,000 feet in promotion, Angel Park offers remarkable views of Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Valley.

100 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV, 89145
Location: Northwest & Summerlin

Arroyo Golf Club at Red Rock

The Arnold Palmer-designed Arroyo Course resides in the shadows of one of Las Vegas’ most respected revolutions, Red Rock Canyon. Ribboning flawlessly through the rugged desert and mountain terrain, Arroyo features understated shifts in elevation, making for rollicking challenges and panoramic views of the Las Vegas cityscape. The daily-fee-only clubhouse features a full-service golf shop, men’s and women’s locker rooms and a bar and grill with a wide patio that features excellent views of Red Rock Canyon and the city below.


2250 C Red Springs Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89135

Badlands Golf Club

Intended by Johnny Miller with discussion by two-time Las Vegas Senior Classic Winner Chi Chi Rodriguez, the Badlands is a true reward golf experience, placing a premium on accurate ball-striking.

Three distinct nines, the Outlaw (rating of 73.1, slope 149), Diablo (rating of 73.0, slope 149) and Outlaw (rating 71.5, slope 147) courses, combine to give the Badlands 27 stimulating holes set against the remarkable Red Rock canyons.

Clubhouse, practice and banquet services are obtainable.

9119 Alta Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89145
Location: Northwest & Summerlin

Bali Hai Golf Course

Recognized by GolfWeek as one of the “Top 40 Resort Courses in America,” Bali Hai transports golfers to a tropical island paradise.

The course features seven acres of water hazards, a total of 4,000 trees, including 2,500 stands of towering palms and 100,000 tropical plants.

Transition and out-of-play areas are accented with Augusta white sand and black volcanic rock outcroppings.

5160 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV, 89119
Location: Strip

Bear’s Best Las Vegas

Jack Nicklaus’ playing career speaks volumes. He’s also been conniving golf courses for over thirty years. He has course designs on six of the seven lands. In short, He is expert in golf.

Mr. Nicklaus had one thing in attention with the idea for Bear’s Best – Las Vegas. Take 18 sign holes that he’s intended from through the area and put them organized to create a golfing environment like none other. The par 72 (rating/slope:74.0/147), 7,194-yard layout structures four sets of tees, permitting all levels of players a pleasant and unforgettable golf experience. Another exclusive feature is the payment of the full-color GPS system that will improve your golf experience as well as give you exact yardages to the pin. The setup also delivers a video outline by Mr. Nicklaus on each hole along with an animated fly-over of the hole strategy.

Bear’s Best – Las Vegas has model holes for Nicklaus designs from courses such as PGA West Private Course in La Quinta, California, Las Campanas in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Bear Creek Country Club in Murrietta, California, Old Works Golf Club in Anaconda, Montana, Desert Mountain (Chiricahua and Geronimo Courses) in Scottsdale, Arizona, La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona and Castle Pines in Castle Pines, Colorado. From Mexico, you’ll known holes from Palmilla Golf Course, El Dorado Resort and Cabo Del Sol just to name a rare.
Jack Nicklaus. The greatest name in golf. A legend in his own time. Now, you can experience his legacy in 18 holes of the best golf you’ll ever play.

11111 W Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV
Location: Southwest

Black Mountain Golf & Country Club

One of the more developed courses in the area, Black Mountain’s 27 holes’ meander through areas in Henderson, a suburb of Las Vegas. Situated just 20 minutes from Las Vegas Boulevard, Black Mountain proposals a reasonable golf option in the Vegas Valley.

A new clubhouse and heavy range offer better facilities to golfers. PGA Tour players Craig Barlow and Edward Fryatt grew up live Black Mountain.

500 Greenway Rd, Henderson, NV, 89015
Location: SE & Henderson