Golf Summerlin is a three-course golf play area situated within Sun City Summerlin, an age-restricted community located in Clark County, Nevada.
Each of the three Golf Summerlin course has its own designated driving range and practice green.
The three courses, designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash, offer a broad variety of golf experiences for players of all skill levels.
These three courses are Highland Falls, Palm Valley and Eagle Crest.
Unique holes at Highland Falls
At the Highland Falls, golfers will see unique holes and serene views. It is the perfect course for both novices and experts.
Highland Falls won two times in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Best of Las Vegas for the incredible view one sees while at the course. It was even used as backdrop for national ad campaigns and television segments.
Palm Valley Course offer great mountain views
The Palm Valley course offers great views of the mountains and features a traditional layout over a mildly rolling terrain. It is Golf Summerlin’s longest and most challenging course.
The Eagle Crest course is designed for those who want to play golf but don’t have much time to spend. It is a challenging executive course that allows golfers to play a full 18-hole round in less than three hours. It boasts of incredible views of the mountain and the Las Vegas valley and offers a stunning panoramic view of the Las Vegas strip.
Third golf course for budget-conscious golfers
This course is most attractive to budget-conscious golfers since it offers the lowest rates compared with the other two golf courses.
Each of these courses at Golf Summerlin offers special rates and deals for golfers, adding more value to your golf experience.
In particular, youngest golfers and active military personnel get a five-star treatment in any of the courses.
Discounted rates are also offered to junior golfers to encourage them to continually work on their game.
With the three golf courses all offering different levels of challenge, Golf Summerlin is definitely the perfect venue for golfers to have a full swing.