Press Release Summary = Las Vegas, golf resorts, Nevada, Reflection Bay, Rainbow Canyon, TPC, Wynn
Press Release Body = LAS VEGAS (Feb. 14, 2007) - Every hotel within 100 miles of the Strip bills itself as a Las Vegas golf resort. Most of the big-name casinos have their own lobby golf concierge (whose advice is often anything but unbiased). Even the cabbies are eager to tell you where to golf.
But for all this golf in your face, true golf resorts are rare in Nevada. Florida and Arizona outclass the Silver State when it comes to the traditional high-end place with a golf course or two right outside your hotel window.v
That\'s not say Nevada lacks great places to stay and play. It just takes a little more research to separate the worthy ones from the cast of pretenders. When it comes to golf resorts here, there are definite differences in quality across the board.
\"There are golf resorts where the hotel room looks like something you saw on Robin Leach\'s old show, and then there are the places with just really good golf,\" regular Nevada golfer Dave Shadrick said.
TravelGolf.com cuts through the clutter and the claims to give you the best of the best. After all, who wants to gamble on the quality of their golf vacation?
1) Lake Las Vegas: A sprawling community where the rich live (Celine Dion has a mansion here) and anyone can play, Lake Las Vegas offers both easy access to the Strip (a 25-minute drive away) and an escape from the neon rumble.
For more details visit :- http://www.travelgolf.com/departments/clubhouse/2007-ranking-best-golf-resorts-in-nevada-4981.htm
February 23, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management. Author/Company GolfPublisher Syndications.