Golf where the PGA TOUR plays with TPC Las Vegas' Player Privilege Program
TPC Las Vegas presents its Player Privilege Program, which includes access to the PGA TOUR golf course along with a host of other benefits on and off the green. The program is perfect for the avid golfer who is looking for a premium golf facility or for those who would like the distinct advantage of impressing business associates.
Some perks the program consists of are five day advance reservations, access to the practice facility and locker room, an engraved bag tag and discounts on guest and group rates, lessons, food and beverage, golf shop merchandise and club repair. JW Marriott Resort privileges are also built in and incorporate a 15 percent discounts on room rates, spa services and dinner at Ceres restaurant.
The Player Privilege Program at TPC Las Vegas has individual as well as corporate plans available. The individual program is $6,000 for the first year, $5,000 for the second year and $4,000 for the third and continuous years. Participating businesses with a corporate plan have the ability to designate up to four company representatives for use throughout the year. This program is $18,000 for the first year, $16,000 for the second year and $14,000 for the third and continuous years. Participants in both programs only pay a cart fee of $30 per round.
TPC Las Vegas is located in the heart of Summerlin at 9851 Canyon Run Drive. For more info call 1.888.321.5725 or visit the TPC Las Vegas web site.
TPC Las Vegas is a 7,063-yard, par-71 golf course and was designed by Architect Bobby Weed and player consultant Raymond Floyd in 1996. As a host of PGA Tour events and the Champions Tour in past years, TPC Las Vegas offers a stern test of golfing skills along with stunning vistas. In 2007, TPC Las Vegas was voted "Best Desert Course" by Vegas Golfer Magazine and was also named "Best Golf Course" by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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January 25, 2008