Once you're done donating your hard-earned coin to the various Las Vegas casinos, venture off The Strip for some of the country's most enjoyable golf throughout the state of Nevada. Near Vegas, the options are plentiful. Treat yourself to the Angel Park Golf Club which features 36 holes of championship golf designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer. There is also the unique, lighted Cloud Nine Short Course and the world's original natural grass Putting Course at Angel Park. Twilight rates are, of course, more wallet-friendly, so if you find yourself down at the blackjack table in the morning, you can wait a bit until your luck turns.
Out in Genoa, the Genoa Lakes Golf Club offers two championship courses to choose from and the off-peak rates at the Resort Course will surely fit in with your Vegas budget (you do have a Vegas budget, right!?). Remember, desert golf is at its best when other climates are too cold. Play Las Vegas golf courses any time of year, even December and January. But other times of the year, it’s important to remember the sunscreen. Proderma is one brand designed just for golfers – it won’t get greasy and hurt your grip, plus it lasts longer than many brands. A spray-on sunscreen is ideal if you plan to play Nevada golf courses.