Here's your chance to play two exclusive Las Vegas golf clubs for a great cause


Two of the most exclusive golf courses in Las Vegas are opening their doors next month for a great cause, the Coaches vs. Cancer and CEOs Against Cancer Golf Tournament Las Vegas, held May 19th-21st.

The event, which benefits the American Cancer Society features a round at Shadow Creek Golf Course and Southern Highlands Golf Club. Other perks include a reception at MGM Grand, VIP party hosed by University of Oklahoma coach Bob Kruger and Barb Kruger, two nights at the MGM Grand, an awards luncheon and a gift bag.

Founded in 1993, these Coaches vs. Cancer fundraisers normally bring out some of the biggest coaching names in basketball like Roy Williams, Steve Alford, Steve Fisher and many others. To date, these events have raised over $80 million, including 1 million at Las Vegas events alone. 

It's golf for a great cause for at two stellar courses. Conceived by Vegas mogul Steve Wynn and architect Tom Fazio, Shadow Creek is normally a $500 round accessible only to guests of an MGM property and rated one of the Top 10 courses in the world. Southern Highlands is a private club designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr. rated one of the top residential community courses, it's also been named the top clubhouse in the nation by Golf Digest for its 42,000-square-foot, Tuscan-style clubhouse.

Foursomes can enter the two-day event for $12,000, or individuals can register for $4,000 per person. For more information or to enter, visit