Summer is the Time to Plan Your Fall Golf Trip to Las Vegas

Summer is the Time to Plan Your Fall Golf Trip to Las Vegas

Summer is the Time to Plan Your Fall Golf Trip to Las Vegas

Summer is the time to tune your game for fall golf trips (or golf holidays as the blokes from Down Under call them). Regardless of the season or where you are right now, there is no doubt as to where you should be this fall... Las Vegas!

If you're contemplating a golf trip this year, now is the time to start planning. The golf courses in Las Vegas overseed in late August and September, which puts them in prime condition beginning the first of October. Las Vegas Golf Adventures has plenty of options for you to take the plunge into our desert oasis!


Whether you're coming from near or far, the planning should start now. Get your golf group committed and Las Vegas Golf Adventures will do the rest, making your reservations for accommodations, golf and ground transportation a one-stop-shop.

Here are some tips for planning now:

  1. The earlier you book your golf trip the more you save: Hotels are like airlines, book now and save.

  2. Get the accommodations and tee-times you want. You don't have to settle for what's left over!

  3. Shop multiple golf package options to find what fits your group's needs the best.

  4. Leverage Las Vegas Golf Adventures expertise to insure you get the best golf packages that Las Vegas has to offer YOU.

  5. Don't let price drive you as that extra $100 may be the difference between good and great!

We offer a variety of Las Vegas golf packages for you to choose from, and best of all, we can customize a golf package for you and your group. Accommodations range from luxurious private housing at Lake Las Vegas Resort to on-Strip hotels that meet your budget. The golf courses you'll play are carved out of the desert like Michelangelo did it himself. These are not your run-of-the-mill golf courses. The desert characteristics bring visual life back to the links. TPC Las Vegas, Badlands Golf Club, Reflection Bay Golf Club and Cascata Golf Club are just a few that you probably recognize. The ones that you don't recognize can either make or break your experience.

Though not as well-known, there are some "diamonds in the rough" that you'll want to know about when planning your golf trip to Las Vegas. Siena Golf Club is one such course that wows you once you've completed your round and had time to reflect over a cold beverage. It's one of those courses that is just sneaky, stealing a few shots here and there, but a fun challenging golf course. Red Rock Country Club - Arroyo, an Arnold Palmer design, is known for some of the fastest greens in town. After major renovations, The Arroyo is back and ready to be a focal point of every golfer's trip as it has been in the past. Ol' Arny probably sits on his tractor in Latrobe, PA thinking of this jewel every day. These two must-plays, in addition to TPC Las Vegas, would make any true golfer think he or she was competing in US Open week.
Check out this 3-night, 3-round fall golf package for the fall, put together with you in mind.