(Buck Wargo, Las Vegas Review-Journal) – While summer is fast approaching, a stimulating sports that might develop into a hobby and be enjoyed by friends and family is becoming a favorite activity in Nevada. MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment Corp., and Wynn Resorts Ltd offer three elite courses of the famous golf sport – Shadow Creek, Cascata, and Wynn Golf Club.
At a reasonable cost of $500, a golfer can already take advantage two of the three courses at his option. Based on experience of playing the three courses, sales manager of Tee Times USA, Brandy Kannon, expressed his feeling of convenience while enjoying the excitement of indulging the activity.
“You’re treated like a king. It’s the locker rooms and shoe service, and if you ever want to be pampered one day, go golf at one of those places,” Kannon said.
Shadow Creek is described as being so private that players are prohibited from driving to the course. There are no signs in the field but is structured with a forested landscape grown with more than 20,000 trees. Rolling hills, waterfalls, creeks, and lakes can also be found in the field. Shadow Creek is available only for guests who stay at any of the MGM Resorts hotels.
The Cascata, on the other hand, is another valuable experience to every golfer. It is owned by Caesars Entertainment. With Cascata, a golfer need not stay at a hotel to play the course. As long as he has $395 during spring and fall, or $150 during summer (for local residents), one can already sway the club and hit the ball, then wait for it to fall in the hole. Cascata is featured with elevation changes and canyons. And surely, golfers get even more inclined to play the course with the 420-feet waterfall that adds beauty to the field.
The Wynn Golf Club is described by Kannon with the most gorgeous service among three courses. It costs $500 at a regular price and with a cheaper $350 during summer. The course is expected to be up only until September when a proposed renovation to expand the area is planned by Wynn Resorts. A 38-acre lagoon surrounded by meeting and convention space, a 1,000-room hotel tower, and a casino are just some of the improvements the company plans to construct to compose Wynn Paradise Park.