Bear`s Best golf course in Las Vegas more than just homage to Jack Nicklaus` best
Released on = May 1, 2007, 11:15 am
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Replica course Bear\'s Best in Vegas about golf, not gimmicks. Las Vegas course reviews at TravelGolf.com.
Press Release Body = By Chris Baldwin, Senior Writer, Golf Publisher Syndications
Bear\'s Best in Las Vegas is no cheesy replica golf course. This collection of Jack Nicklaus signature holes is tailored to fit the desert surroundings, with service and conditions that make it one of Vegas\' top high-end options.
LAS VEGAS (April 30, 2007) - It\'s only natural to expect Bear\'s Best to be as cheesy as Tony Danza in dinner theater.
It\'s a replica golf course, after all. In Las Vegas. Surely there will be a volcano \"exploding\" near a green, or an irrigation pond posing as the Pacific.
But no, Bear\'s Best turns out to be the rare replica course that tries to fit into its surroundings. And it succeeds. Jack Nicklaus\' design team came up with an actual desert course for the desert environs, and the result is one of Las Vegas\' near must-plays.
Hold the cheesiness. Double the satisfaction.
Think of Bear\'s Best not so much as a collection of Nicklaus signature holes, but as a course obsessed with great conditions and service. The bag boys will chase you down in their golf carts rather than let you lug that bag up a little hill.
You\'ll likely remember that type of thing more than which hole came from Cabo San Lucas and which came from La Quinta.
\"I don\'t even pay attention to the hole names,\" golfer Tim Heilman said. \"I just enjoy playing the course.\"
Bear\'s Best does have plaques at the tee boxes describing its forebear, if you\'re interested in that sort of thing. But, blessedly, they don\'t take it too seriously around here.
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April 30, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.