Nevada`s best gorilla golf courses - Beat your chest and let it rip
Released on = March 26, 2007, 1:22 pm
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Unleash your driver at these brutal Nevada golf courses. The best of the best at TravelGolf.com
Press Release Body = LAS VEGAS - Nevada is about as subtle as a punch to the kidneys. This is the state where Paris Hilton feels most at home and everyone from the casino foreman to the grocery clerk is (legally) packing heat.
It\'s a place where you expect outright displays of power to be rewarded, and that goes for the golf too. If you\'re they type who loves to intimidate your playing partners with booming drives, who wants to see those Pro V1s sail, sail and then sail some more, Nevada is a must-visit.
From golf in Las Vegas to Reno to Mesquite, brawn is the name of the game. There are showy towering tees, knee-knocking forced carries and fairways that seem to stretch forever.
\"There are a lot of what I call he-man courses,\" regular Vegas golfer Allen Saunders said, \"courses you\'re really going to struggle on if you don\'t have a good drive.\"
He-man, caveman, gorilla - call \'em what you will, the Silver State\'s got \'em. And because all monsters are not created equal, here\'s TravelGolf.com\'s guide to the best of the best in Nevada power golf.
1) Paiute Resort, Wolf course, Las Vegas: It\'s the longest golf course in the state, a whopping 7,604 yards of wide fairways and stark desert. The wind whipping across the Paiute Indian reservation can reach a cart-rattling 30 mph. Oh, did we mention it\'s a Pete Dye design?
Now, now ... no need to whimper in the corner. At least until after the round.
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March 26, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.