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weeks about the fantastic settings and layout.

As most of your day will be taken up with golf, you will then have the rest of the evening to explore the city for what it really is and thats Fun.

T ere is something for everyone and if you spend a week in Las Vegas playing golf you will never see all of what the place has to off er.

But this makes your stay in Las Vegas all the more memorable and one you will want to repeat.

Golf Frontiers have been staging our overseas fi nal in Las Vegas for 11-years where 24 UK golfers go head-to-head with 24 U.S amateurs in a Ryder Cup style match over fi ve days.

Since launching the event, we have been hosted by some of the areas premiere resorts, Royal Links, Stallion Mountain, Canyon Gate, Pauite and Bali Hai to name but a few.

T e same approach has been taken by the course architects as the hotel designers. As with the hotels that all have their own themes like T e Venetian


with its interior incorporating the canals of venice to the Paris with its own half size Eiff el Tower and Arc de Triumphe, the golf course designers have followed suit.

Take the Royal Links as a prime example. T is course was designed around taking the 18 most famous holes from the UK including the Road Hole, Swilken bridge and the Postage Stamp.

Not exactly identical but they did a fairly good job considering the terrain the were working with and the overall result is a stunningly beautiful 18-hole layout.

For the traveling golfer, Las Vegas can compete with the more traditional U.S resorts such as Florida and the Carolinas.

T e big diff erence is that when you have fi nished an enjoyable days golf, you will have the glittering lights of the Las vegas strip to entertain you well into the early hours.

And if you are lucky, you could wake up the next morning a little richer than when you started.

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