In a recent post, Golf Magazine’s Travelin’ Joe Passov recommended Angel Park to a chap asking him for advice in choosing a Vegas golf course with “middle of the road prices.”
I’ve shouted from the rooftops until I’m hoarse about the virtues of OB Sports-managed Angel Park. I think it’s the most fun day of golf in Las Vegas. Two solid Arnold Palmer 18s, the Mountain and the Palm (Of the two, I’d pick Mountain), plus lighted par-3 golf on its Cloud 9, 12-hole course, an all-grass putting course, a lighted, covered driving range, Golfboards, tasty food and drink—the works. Rates for the championship courses top out at $135 on weekend prime time of March, with most rack rates for outside play at $85-$110.
Furthermore, a few months ago, he called out Angel Park as one of the best places in the nation to host a bachelor party, saying “I’m a big fan of OB Sports’ Angel Park.”
It’s a great honor to be mentioned twice within a few months for praise in such diverse categories. But honestly, given Angel Park’s complement of golf and lifestyle opportunities, it’s no wonder he did. After all, Angel Park has long been considered Vegas’ most complete golf experience.
This fine recommendation would mean a lot no matter who gave it, but it’s especially sweet coming from a guy who “has played more than 1,500 courses in 25 countries and all 50 states.”