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  1. No problem! They recommend $50. I kicked mine $75 since he was very helpful and friendly
  2. Look it's in great condition, great staff and beautiful scenery. But it's not like its shadow creek or anything. I enjoyed the course. It's not too difficult at all but it's fun and I would much rather pay 250-300 to play there than 150 at s*** bali hai. Shadow was closed for aerification while I was there but I'm not paying 600$ to play golf at shadow in August that's insane. Now I will gladly pay that in the fall. But too hot to spend that kind of money in the summer
  3. Sorry guys! I just got back from my 12 day long work trip in Vegas and was swamped. Wynn was honestly fantastic! Amazing conditions, great caddies, affordable price and a fun layout. The fazio re design is great. It's not overly challenging but you can get into trouble here and there. Your biggest struggles will be on the approach shots and putting. I'd say greens were rolling about 11.5 they claimed 13 but no way. But still great pace and speed. Course is green as can be right now too. I would absolutely recommend it for $250-$375 depending on a weekday or weekend tee time.
  4. Sorry guys! I just got back from my 12 day long work trip in Vegas and was swamped. Wynn was honestly fantastic! Amazing conditions, great caddies, affordable price and a fun layout. The fazio re design is great. It's not overly challenging but you can get into trouble here and there. Your biggest struggles will be on the approach shots and putting. I'd say greens were rolling about 11.5 they claimed 13 but no way. But still great pace and speed. Course is green as can be right now too. I would absolutely recommend it for $250-$375 depending on a weekday or weekend tee time.
  5. Sorry guys! I just got back from my 12 day long work trip in Vegas and was swamped. Wynn was honestly fantastic! Amazing conditions, great caddies, affordable price and a fun layout. The fazio re design is great. It's not overly challenging but you can get into trouble here and there. Your biggest struggles will be on the approach shots and putting. I'd say greens were rolling about 11.5 they claimed 13 but no way. But still great pace and speed. Course is green as can be right now too. I would absolutely recommend it for $250-$375 depending on a weekday or weekend tee time.
  6. Sorry guys! I just got back from my 12 day long work trip in Vegas and was swamped. Wynn was honestly fantastic! Amazing conditions, great caddies, affordable price and a fun layout. The fazio re design is great. It's not overly challenging but you can get into trouble here and there. Your biggest struggles will be on the approach shots and putting. I'd say greens were rolling about 11.5 they claimed 13 but no way. But still great pace and speed. Course is green as can be right now too. I would absolutely recommend it for $250-$375 depending on a weekday or weekend tee time.
  7. Sorry guys! I just got back from my 12 day long work trip in Vegas and was swamped. Wynn was honestly fantastic! Amazing conditions, great caddies, affordable price and a fun layout. The fazio re design is great. It's not overly challenging but you can get into trouble here and there. Your biggest struggles will be on the approach shots and putting. I'd say greens were rolling about 11.5 they claimed 13 but no way. But still great pace and speed. Course is green as can be right now too. I would absolutely recommend it for $250-$375 depending on a weekday or weekend tee time.
  8. I appreciate the response man. Definitely chose Wynn. I also had a supreme golf gift card so I was able to get an 8am tee time for 250$. Seemed like a no brainer
  9. I should mention, my buddy loved Cascata but said he would choose the Wynn over it. So any input would be great
  10. So I'm staying at the Encore at Wynn. My buddy has played all the courses in Vegas including shadow many times. Cascata looks amazing, but I hear the newly renovated Wynn course is top notch. And with green fees at only $250 as opposed to $350 at Cascata I'm seriously considering trying the Wynn. The pros would be no travel as I'm staying on property. But I would love to hear from anyone who's played both and just get some opinions/advice.
  11. Yup, just called, weekdays green fee is $300 not including caddie gratuity. $350 on weekend
  12. Feel free to hijack my man. I wasn't aware they dropped their prices. I thought it was $500
  13. Appreciate the response. I'm not a pebble is terrible guy haha actually just did a pebble, spyglass, Pasatiempo trip last year. Green fee isn't an issue to me as long as the course is worth it and it seems Cascata is. $350 is fairly reasonable as spyglass is around $430 and pasa was $325. Thanks for the input man!
  14. Thanks for the info man! I figured I may as well play Rio secco if Cascata is $350 normally so $20 more and I can play both so why not. But I've heard many echo what you said about Rio. I may try and do Paiute if time permits and I don't die of heat stroke haha
  15. I'm headed to Vegas for 13 days for work and have a few free days. I'm interested in playing Cascata and possibly doing the double down deal with Rio secco. Can anyone provide insight on if Cascata is worth it to play? I've played wolf creek and Bali Hai. Shadow is closed for maintenance. So any opinions on Cascata would be great
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