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I am heading out to Vegas next week. I wanted to get early starting times (5:15-5:30AM). Ideally, I would like to finish the round in 3+ hours so I can get to a conference by 9am. Anything to consider for early times ?

 

I found a few clubs to play at using TeeoffDOTcom, but have no idea what they are like:

Las Vegas Golf Club, Las Vegas National Golf Club, Angel Park Golf Club (mountain/palm), Palm Valley Golf Course.

Anyone familiar with those clubs?

 

Any other golf tee time sites I can use?

 

Thank you for your help,

Luis

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Are your hotel and conference on the strip? Keep it mind sometimes there it takes quite a while to park your rental car in the garage, get up to your room, clean up, then get back down to the convention part of the hotel. Plus you would likely be returning to your hotel in morning rush traffic.

 

Personally I think you are pushing it time-wise to get to an event I'm guessing you can't show up to sweaty in golf clothes unless you are satisfied with 9 holes or play an executive length course like Desert Willow or something and get the first tee time or close to it. If you have a 5:30am tee time and the course decides to pair you up with 3 other guys (possibly so you aren't getting in the way of the maintenance staff as a single zipping through), there goes your whole plan

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Hey there, just a wild guess, are you in town for the ACFE conference?

 

In terms of your question i think the better bet is to cut out early and take advantage of an afternoon round. Assuming youre located on the strip and can even start at 5.30, traffic, luggage, travel back to hotel, parking etc will slow you down too much.

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I've tried to do something similar multiple times and have been late to my conference 100% of the time. Note: I usually need to be there by noon, not 9am so I just don't think it is likely. After dealing with others in the group, various delays, traffic, navigating the casinos and showering it just never works out. I just accept that I'll be late or don't play.

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> @az2au said:

> I've tried to do something similar multiple times and have been late to my conference 100% of the time. Note: I usually need to be there by noon, not 9am so I just don't think it is likely. After dealing with others in the group, various delays, traffic, navigating the casinos and showering it just never works out. I just accept that I'll be late~~ or dont play~~

 

There, I fixed your post. :)

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> @vallygolf said:

> > @az2au said:

> > I've tried to do something similar multiple times and have been late to my conference 100% of the time. Note: I usually need to be there by noon, not 9am so I just don't think it is likely. After dealing with others in the group, various delays, traffic, navigating the casinos and showering it just never works out. I just accept that I'll be late~~ or dont play~~

>

> There, I fixed your post. :)

 

Really, that's pretty much what happens. I think I skipped once and was disappointed in myself.

 

 

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Las Vegas golf club is a poorly managed shithole. Played there a couple years ago, it was beat to hell and 3hrs to finish 9, said never again. Well, I'm dumb, and agreed to play a tournament there a few weeks ago. Supposed to tee off at 9, shotgun start. Nope. 1 group at a time starting at 1, didn't tee off til almost 10, because another tournament was making the turn. 6.5hrs later, we finish.

 

Angel Park Palm is good, Mountain is bad. Some sadistic jerk likes to cut the greens to mimic polished glass on mountain, nothing sticks and an 10' putt turns into a 10yd putt.

 

It's highly unlikely to find a first tee time thatll get you back to the conference by 9, a lot of courses will not let you go out alone. The weather has been pretty nice, not our usual 100+ degrees for this time, so courses are cramming as much as possible. I would suggest Primm, but they have a first time of 7am, you still wouldn't make it. But my partner and I played there Sunday, 36holes in 5 hours.

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> @puttnforthe8 said:

> Anyone able to comment on the aerification of the courses in Vegas....how bad, how much, greens, etc? Have they recovered well?

Was in Vegas 2 weeks ago. Played Reflection Bay ,Paiute wolf and snow, and Stallion mountain. Absolutely no signs of punching at any of the courses. The wolf had the best greens I have ever putted on.

 

 

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I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

 

Thanks!

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Desert Pines is cheap and relatively close to the strip. I play it every time I’m out there after I do some lessons.

 

It is a decent track. Not expensive. Greens are usually fast and firm. Sometimes in good shape. Sometimes average.

 

I like it after my lessons so I can immediately work on stuff.

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> @"j.b.newton" said:

> I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

>

> Thanks!

 

It may be way off the beaten path, so to speak, but Coyote Springs. It's about 45mins-1hr from the strip, literally in the middle of nowhere. It's a Jack Nicklaus course, originally designed to be a tour stop. Tough course, but absolutely beautiful! I play out there once a month for tournaments and get my butt kicked, then come back the next month to try again, lol.

 

Chimera is prob my favorite track in town. Nice little fun course, maybe 20mins from the strip. Prices are good, condition is great.

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> @Go_Time said:

> While it isn't in the nicest part of town, and it isn't a big swanky place, I always recommend Las Vegas National. It is a fantastic and truly challenging design, location of Tiger's first win, old rat pack hang out, and a filming location for the movie 'Casino'. Loved it there and can be played dirt cheap.

 

I enjoyed the nostalgia of LV National for sure, and as a fan of "mob movies" - it was a hit. (BAD PUN)....

 

Thanks for the suggestions... keep em coming.

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> @"j.b.newton" said:

> I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

>

> Thanks!

 

I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

 

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> @Ryankcantrell said:

> > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

> >

> > Thanks!

>

> I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

>

 

Both are great, but I prefer TPC Las Vegas. Love the layout and it’s consistently the best conditioned course in town. Located is a beautiful area with great options for lunch or dinner after your round. Have fun!

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> @Ryankcantrell said:

> > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

> >

> > Thanks!

>

> I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

>

 

They're very different tracks with very different playing experiences and visuals. Can't really compare them.

 

If you want to play a nice course with good golf amongst houses play TPC. If you want to play in a desert valley with natural scenery play Paiute.

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> @Ryankcantrell said:

> > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

> >

> > Thanks!

>

> I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

>

 

Like the two above me said, its opposite ends of the spectrum - but both are nice. The time I played Paiute, we played Wolf, Sun, and the first 13 of Snow (no wives/significant others asking us to get back), and it was awesome. All 3 were in great shape with amazing views of the desert/mtns. It was 45 minutes (I think) from teh strip.

 

TPC Vegas was in great shape with a good layout. It is a more residential course with some beautiful houses and scenery as well. It was not a place to spend a great deal of time, so if time is a consideration I would pick it. Its 15-20 min (ISH) from the strip, depending on traffic.

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> @"j.b.newton" said:

> > @Ryankcantrell said:

> > > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > > I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

> > >

> > > Thanks!

> >

> > I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

> >

>

> Like the two above me said, its opposite ends of the spectrum - but both are nice. The time I played Paiute, we played Wolf, Sun, and the first 13 of Snow (no wives/significant others asking us to get back), and it was awesome. All 3 were in great shape with amazing views of the desert/mtns. It was 45 minutes (I think) from teh strip.

>

> TPC Vegas was in great shape with a good layout. It is a more residential course with some beautiful houses and scenery as well. It was not a place to spend a great deal of time, so if time is a consideration I would pick it. Its 15-20 min (ISH) from the strip, depending on traffic.

 

Yup...vastly different, there is at least two porn houses on TPC which delay the round if you catch filming; you may not see anyone else, including the cart girl at Paiute (usually run 1 for all 3 courses).

Wind will always be factor at Paiute, not so much at TPC.

Course design is completely different: Paiute is typical Dye, while TPC is Weed/Floyd - possibly as close to polar opposites.

 

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> @puttnforthe8 said:

> > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > > @Ryankcantrell said:

> > > > @"j.b.newton" said:

> > > > I will be out in a few weeks, and have been a few times before. I have played Paiute, LV National, TPC Vegas, TPC Summerlin, Bali Hai, and Royal Links. Im looking for something that is not the usual suggestions (which usually include all of the above) - any thing a little off the beaten path that is still fun/unique? I will have a car.

> > > >

> > > > Thanks!

> > >

> > > I am going to be in Vegas in a few weeks and am trying to decide between Paiute and TPC Las Vegas. Which did you prefer?

> > >

> >

> > Like the two above me said, its opposite ends of the spectrum - but both are nice. The time I played Paiute, we played Wolf, Sun, and the first 13 of Snow (no wives/significant others asking us to get back), and it was awesome. All 3 were in great shape with amazing views of the desert/mtns. It was 45 minutes (I think) from teh strip.

> >

> > TPC Vegas was in great shape with a good layout. It is a more residential course with some beautiful houses and scenery as well. It was not a place to spend a great deal of time, so if time is a consideration I would pick it. Its 15-20 min (ISH) from the strip, depending on traffic.

>

> Yup...vastly different, there is at least two **** houses on TPC which delay the round if you catch filming; you may not see anyone else, including the cart girl at Paiute (usually run 1 for all 3 courses).

> Wind will always be factor at Paiute, not so much at TPC.

> Course design is completely different: Paiute is typical Dye, while TPC is Weed/Floyd - possibly as close to polar opposites.

>

 

It's not always windy at paiute. You sound ridiculous.

 

Do not waste the time playing TPC. Paiute much better courses, experience and more than likely cheaper (unfamiliar with their tourist rates).

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