With temperatures in late February averaging a comfortable 65 degrees, Las Vegas is ready to welcome participants to the annual Las Vegas World Amateur golf tournament Feb. 22-26.
A fabulous array of courses will host this prestigious event, including Angel Park Palm and Mountain courses, Revere Lexington and Concord courses, Desert Pines, Painted Desert, and Bear’s Best. Angel Park Golf Club will serve as the host venue.
The $575 entry fee includes 54 holes of net stroke tournament play on a different course each day, a welcome reception the first night at Angel Park Golf Club, the awards dinner, along with a gift bag upon arrival.
The tournament entry deadline is 5 p.m., January 30, 2016.
The Las Vegas World Amateur is a handicapped event open to all golfers of all skill levels – men, women, young, and old – anyone with a valid USGA Handicap Index (issued by a licensed club or federation). It features six competitive age-based divisions, and golfers are flighted by handicaps within each division. Each flight winner advances to the championship round to determine the world champion. Participants are guaranteed to play a different course every day. The top finishers from each flight will vie for the Las Vegas World Amateur Championship on Friday, Feb. 26 at Bear’s Best Golf Club. A festive awards reception will immediately follow.
When the golfing is finished for the day, it’s time to enjoy the many sights and sounds the Las Vegas nighttime has to offer. Whether you’re walking the Strip, playing the slots, watching a show, or dining at one of the hundreds of fabulous restaurants in Sin City, you’ll be hard-pressed to find time to sleep! The restaurants in Las Vegas are everything you’ve heard, and more. From deep-fried Oreos you eat while standing to six-course meals you eat sitting in the chef’s private dining room, your taste buds will face temptations they cannot yet imagine.
For more information or to register for this fun-filled five-day event, visit www.LVWorldAm.com or call 702-458-4653.