Cloud 9 Course: A Special Night time Treat for Golfers in Las Vegas

Created in 1993 and designed by Arnold Palmer and Bob Cupp.  The Cloud nine short course will challenge every facet of your iron game. It is a great way to have some fun while working on your short game. If you don’t have time to play a full round of golf in between your business meetings or your intensive day at the casino, you can get a quick 12 in on the Angel Park Club Cloud 9 course.
The 12 holes were inspired by some of the most famous golf holes in the world.  This walk-able layout is highlighted by holes with similar shot values to some of the most famous (or infamous) holes in the world.  To make matters even more exciting and unique, nine of the 12 holes are lighted for evening play, making the Cloud Nine short course a special night time treat for golfers in Las Vegas. The average hole length is a little over 100 yards.

Angel Park Cloud Nine Course

Angel Park Golf Club is roughly 15-20 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip.  The facility is complimented with their Southwest-style clubhouse that is home to a full service restaurant, banquet facility, and golf shop. The course also offers a complimentary shuttle. The shuttle provided serves groups of 8 to 10 players and is available when you book on one of the regulation length courses (Mountain or Palm).  All you have to do is book your tee time and let them know where you are staying and they will pick you up and return you following your round.  

For more information on the shuttle service click HERE. Whether you live in Las Vegas or just visiting, playing the Cloud Nine Course at Angel Park Golf Club is Las Vegas most complete golf experience.

To view all available tee time click HERE.

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