A Day in the Life of a Las Vegas Golfing Holiday

It’s fair to say we all love a golfing holiday, but there really is something special about one in Las Vegas. Sin City is home to some fabulous courses these days, from TPC Las Vegas to the Wynn Golf Club and, but what makes a trip to the city so great?

Of course, you can enjoy a trip to the Nevada city in many different ways, but here’s a look at how a typical day may look on a golfing trip to Vegas…

Morning: Buffet breakfast before hitting the course

A big part of Vegas life is the food on offer, and that all starts with a buffet breakfast. Many resorts are well known for their breakfasts, with tons on offer, piling your plate high ahead of a morning on the golf course.

The likes of Caesars and The Cosmopolitan are well known for their breakfasts, but every hotel resort will have a solid option for you. 

Morning pt. 2: Your first round…

Then it’s on to the golf course. You don’t need us to tell you what you’re doing here. There are plenty of options for playing though, with some of the best courses found here.

You can get a full round in over the course of the morning and early afternoon, before getting a further taste of the Las Vegas Strip.

Early Afternoon: Lunch & slots

It’s then time to hit the club house for a well earned beer, before heading off to lunch in one of Las Vegas’ great restaurants. You’ll find all tastes catered for, from excellent steaks to fine dining, Asian cuisine to French, Italian and more. 

You can then let your lunch settle with some slot or table gaming. If you’re like millions around the world who are currently honing their casino gaming craft online at sites like casino777.nl and beyond, then it’s a brilliant opportunity to put that into practice. 

There are games to suit all budgets, but not for long. After all, your afternoon of golf awaits…

Late Afternoon: Back out on the course

If you’re fancying some more golf, there’s plenty in Las Vegas to get back out there for a couple of holes, or out on the driving range or putting greens for an hour or two before getting ready to hit the town in the evening. Top Golf is a good option for a driving range, especially towards the evening when you can hit some balls and watch the sun come down on the Strip.

Evening: Enjoy a show

By evening, it’s time to enjoy dinner before hitting a show. There’s Cirque du Soleil, world-class musical acts, premier DJs, live comedy and so much more in the city, so do a bit of scouring around the casinos to find the perfect way to wind down and finish off a brilliant golfing day in Las Vegas. And if you’re lucky enough, you can do it all over again the following day.

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