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.” Continue reading Travelin’ Joe’s Voice Goes ‘Hoarse’ Singing the Praises of Angel Park…Again!
The month of March isn’t just about dressing in green clothes, drinking green beer while celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. For most sports fans, March is known for one thing above all others, March Madness! Continue reading Marching to The Greens!
Some of the world’s prettiest outdoor settings can be found out on the golf course. Theory has it that swinging with your sweetie makes for a healthy marriage and if she’s good, well that’s an extra bonus. Continue reading Couples Who Play Together, Stay Together.
PGA Tour players are looking to take their fashion games to new levels this year. A major trend is mixing deep vibrant colors with soft bright colors. Overall, the colors of the golfers outfits are playing a key role this year. Continue reading 2018 Golf Trends
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. Continue reading Cloud 9 Course: A Special Night time Treat for Golfers in Las Vegas
In a recent “Ask Travelin’ Joe” article, Passov calls out “affordability, lodging options and bountiful nightlife” among the qualities that make Sin City an ideal destination for golf bachelor parties. Continue reading Golf Magazine’s Travelin’ Joe Passov Names Angel Park as One of the Best Golf Clubs for Bachelor Parties
Given that the Las Vegas area boasts nearly 300 days of sunshine each year, chances are good that “big red” will burn off the frost in plenty of time to get in all 18 holes. Continue reading Frost Delay: A necessary step to prevent permanent turf damage