Las Vegas Itinerary

By Lauren ThompsonFebruary 16, 2011, 12:52 pm

Day 1

Wynn Golf Course and Country Club

Wynn

Wynn Las Vegas was designed to be explored and discovered. The luxury resort features 2,716 rooms and suites, signature restaurants, retail boutiques, a full-service spa and salon, exciting entertainment and the only golf course on the Strip. Book a Tee Time or Vacation Package

18 holes | Public | Par:  70 | Length: 7,042 yards | Designed by Tom Fazio and Steve Wynn | Green Fees:  Starting at $500

3131 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(877) 321-9966     

 

The Neon Museum Las Vegas

Neon

Each of the more than 150 signs in the collection at The Neon Museum tells a unique story about the development of Las Vegas, its rich history and various trends in design and technology from the 1930’s to the present day.  The Neon Museum offers tours Tuesday through Friday, twice daily at 12 pm and 2 pm and 9:30 am and 11 am on Saturday.  Minimum donation per tour is $15.  Schedule a Tour

(702) 387-6366 


LE REVE, Wynn Las Vegas

Le Reve

Le Reve, presented exclusively at Wynn Las Vegas, offers breathtaking performances in an intimate aqua theater-in the round.  The show features aerial acrobatics, provocative choreography and artistic athleticism.  Live music and elaborate special effects immerse the audience into a world of fantasy, adventure and intrigue.  Purchase Tickets

3131 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(888) 320-7110    

 

Day 2

Bali Hai

Bali Hai

There is only one course in the world which is right next to a street as famous as the Las Vegas Strip, the Bali Hai Golf Club. This 7,002-yard Schmidt/Curley design offers a tropical paradise with views of the Strip from greens and tees. Celebrities and high rollers avail themselves of the convenience and great experience, you Can too!  Book a Tee Time

18  holes | Public | Par:  72 | Length: 7,002 yards | Green Fees:  Starting at $200

5150 South Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 597-2400


Hash House a Go Go

Hash House

Hash House a Go Go keeps the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist for over 10 years!

3535 Las Vegas Blvd. S. or 6800 West Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 804-4646


Royal Links

Royal Links

Get a taste of 11 different British Open rotation courses and forget about the long flight across the pond and trekking all over the British Isles. Here on one course, less than 9 miles from the heart of the Strip, you can experience the best 18 holes of the Open rotation courses.  Book a Tee Time

18 holes | Public | Par:  72 | Length: 7,029 yards | Designed by Perry Dye | Green Fees:  Starting at $100

5995 Vegas Valley Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89122
(888) 427-6678


Hoover Dam
Hoover

The Bureau of Reclamation has conducted tours through the Hoover Dam and powerplant since 1937. Today, close to 1,000,000 visitors a year take the tour and millions more drive across the dam - located just 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas, on the Nevada-Arizona border.   Tours starting at $30.

Book a Tour


Fountains of Bellagio

Bellagio

A refreshing addition to your entertainment options, take in a complimentary Las Vegas show of water, music and light thoughtfully interwoven to mesmerize its admirers. 

Show Times:  Monday – Friday, every half hour 3 pm to 8 pm and every 15 minutes 8 pm to 12 am.  Saturday – Sunday and Holidays, every half hour 12 pm to 8 pm and every 15 minutes 8 pm to 12 am.


Sirens of TI

Sirens of TI

Get enchanted by the beautiful Sirens of TI® as they lure a band of renegade pirates into their cove with powerful and captivating melodies. The clash between the mesmerizing temptresses and their rebel prey transforms this 17th century story into a 21st century revelry of song and dance, seduction and danger. Experience the excitement nightly in Siren’s Cove at the front entrance of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.

Show Times:  5:30 pm, 7 pm, 8:30 pm, 10 pm, 11:30 pm (summer only)

 

Day 3

The Revere at Anthem – Lexington

Revere

The Lexington golf course at The Revere Golf Club is a 'must play' during your next Las Vegas golf trip. The 7,143-yard Lexington will push you to the max, both physically and mentally, with challenging risk/reward opportunities.  Book a Tee Time

36  holes | Public | Designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash | Green Fees:  Starting at $100 

2600 Hampton Rd.
Henderson, NV 89052
(877) 273-8373     


TPC Las Vegas

TPC Las Vegas

Minutes from the world-famous strip and set within the nation’s largest master-planned community of Summerlin, TPC Las Vegas is a uniquely challenging and unquestionably beautiful destination—enticing Hollywood celebrities as well as PGA Tour players who have made it their number one desert golf escape.  Book a Tee Time

18 holes | Public | Par:  71 | Length: 7080 yards | Green Fees:  Starting at $119

9851 Canyon Run Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89144
(702) 256-2500    

 

Day 4

Butch Harmon School of Golf

Butch Harmon

Interact in a personal setting with world renowned golf instructor, Butch Harmon and his staff of professionals.  Harmon has worked with golf’s biggest names, like Tiger Woods, Greg Norman, Phil Mickelson and Fred Couples.  Book a 2 or 3-day golf school Today for a golf experience of a lifetime!

2651 Grand Hills Drive
Henderson, NV 89052
(888) 867-3226


Las Vegas Paiute

Paiute

Resting in the undisturbed beauty of Southern Nevada at the base of the picturesque Spring Mountains rests a golfing experience like no other. Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is home to three of the top championship golf courses in the state of Nevada, all conceived and designed by world-renowned architect Pete Dye. Enjoy the natural serenity and tranquility that only the resort can offer in the Las Vegas area.  Book a Tee Time

54 holes | Public | Designed by Pete Dye | Green Fees:  Starting at $89 or play all 3 courses for $119

10325 Nu Wav Kaiv Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89124-8411
(702) 658-1400


Sonrisa Grill at Montelago Village

Sonrisa

Experience Sonrisa Grill’s authentic South of the Border cuisine focusing on a number of innovative and healthy traditional dishes and fine seafood while enjoying the spectacular view of Lake Las Vegas water’s edge. 

30 Via Brianza #100
Henderson, NV 89011-3632
(702) 568-6870

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McCoy earns medalist honors at Web.com Q-School

By Will GrayDecember 11, 2017, 12:30 am

One year after his budding career was derailed by a car accident, Lee McCoy got back on track by earning medalist honors at the final stage of Web.com Tour Q-School.

McCoy shot a final-round 65 at Whirlwind Golf Club in Chandler, Ariz., to finish the 72-hole event at 28 under. That total left him two shots ahead of Sung-Jae Im and guaranteed him fully-exempt status on the developmental circuit in 2018.

It's an impressive turnaround for the former University of Georgia standout who finished fourth at the 2016 Valspar Championship as an amateur while playing alongside Jordan Spieth in the final round. But he broke his wrist in a car accident the day before second stage of Q-School last year, leaving him without status on any major tour to begin the year.

McCoy was not the only player who left Arizona smiling. Everyone in the top 10 and ties will be exempt through the first 12 events of the new Web.com Tour season, a group that includes former amateur standouts Curtis Luck (T-3), Sam Burns (T-10) and Maverick McNealy (T-10).

Players who finished outside the top 10 but inside the top 45 and ties earned exemptions into the first eight events of 2018. That group includes Cameron Champ (T-16), who led the field in driving at this year's U.S. Open as an amateur, and Wyndham Clark (T-23).

Everyone who advanced to the final stage of Q-School will have at least conditional Web.com Tour status in 2018. Among those who failed to secure guaranteed starts this week were Robby Shelton, Rico Hoey, Jordan Niebrugge, Joaquin Niemann and Kevin Hall.

Els honored with Heisman Humanitarian Award

By Golf Channel DigitalDecember 10, 2017, 11:41 pm

The annual Heisman Trophy award ceremony is one of the biggest moments in any football season, but there was a touching non-football moment as well on Saturday night as Ernie Els received the Heisman Humanitarian Award.

The award, which had been announced in August, recognized Els' ongoing efforts on behalf of his Els for Autism foundation. Els received the award at Manhattan's PlayStation Theater, where Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won the Heisman Trophy.

Els, 47, founded Els for Autism in 2009 with his wife after their son, Ben, was diagnosed with autism. Their efforts have since flourished into a 26-acre campus in Jupiter, Fla., and the creation of the Els Center for Excellence in 2015.

The Heisman Humanitarian Award has been given out since 2006. Past recipients include NBA center David Robinson, NFL running back Warrick Dunn, soccer star Mia Hamm and NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon.

A native of South Africa, Els won the U.S. Open in 1994 and 1997 and The Open in 2002 and 2012. He has won 19 times on the PGA Tour and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2011.

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Monday finish for Joburg Open; Sharma leads by 4

By Golf Channel DigitalDecember 10, 2017, 8:57 pm

Rain, lightning and hail pushed the Joburg Open to a Monday finish, with India’s Shubhankar Sharma holding a four-stroke lead with 11 holes to play in Johannesburg.

Play is scheduled to resume at 7:30 a.m. local time.

South Africa’s Erik van Rooyen will have a 3-foot putt for birdie to move within three shots of Sharma wen play resumes at the Randpark Golf Club. Sarma is at 22 under par.

Tapio Pulkkanen of Finland and James Morrison of England are tied for third at 14 under. Pulkkanen has 10 holes remaining, Morrison 11.

The top three finishers who are not already exempt, will get spots in next year’s Open Championship at Carnoustie.

 

 

Stricker, O'Hair team to win QBE Shootout

By Will GrayDecember 10, 2017, 8:55 pm

It may not count in the official tally, but Steve Stricker is once again in the winner's circle on the PGA Tour.

Stricker teamed with Sean O'Hair to win the two-person QBE Shootout, as the duo combined for a better-ball 64 in the final round to finish two shots clear of Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry. It's the second win in this event for both men; Stricker won with Jerry Kelly back in 2009 while O'Hair lifted the trophy with Kenny Perry in 2012.

Stricker and O'Hair led wire-to-wire in the 54-hole, unofficial event after posting a 15-under 57 during the opening-round scramble.

"We just really gelled well together," Stricker said. "With his length the first day, getting some clubs into the greens, some short irons for me, we just fed off that first day quite a bit. We felt comfortable with one another."


Full-field scores from the QBE Shootout


Stricker won 12 times during his PGA Tour career, most recently at the 2012 Tournament of Champions. More recently the 50-year-old has been splitting his time on the PGA Tour Champions and captained the U.S. to a victory at the Presidents Cup in October. O'Hair has four official Tour wins, most recently at the 2011 RBC Canadian Open.

Pat Perez and Brian Harman finished alone in third, four shots behind Stricker and O'Hair. Lexi Thompson and Tony Finau, the lone co-ed pairing in the 12-team event, finished among a tie for fourth.