TPC Las Vegas

Las Vegas, USA

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TPC Las Vegas Golf Club overview

Situated 20 minutes to the north-west of the Vegas Strip, TPC Las Vegas lies in the footsteps of the stunning Red Rock National Park. The 18-hole championship course designed by Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd has played host to many PGA TOUR events over the years and offers a first-class experience of golf in the Vegas desert.

The 2,000 square-foot golf shop is regularly ranked in the Top 100 in North America, the practice facilities are first-class, and for dining pre- and post-round the TPC Grille offers a wide selection of Southwest-inspired food, that can be enjoyed whilst taking in the views of Red Rock Canyon.

TPC Las Vegas Golf Course overview

TPC Las Vegas (previously TPC at The Canyons) designed by Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd opened in 1996, and for the ten years that followed it hosted annual PGA TOUR events including the Shriner’s Hospitals for Children Open.

With Red Rock Canyon as its backdrop, the course combines traditional holes with plenty of desert golf. The canyons mostly feature on the back-nine along with several arroyos and plenty of desert wasteland coming into play. At just over 7,000 yards from the tips, it is a tough test, although a number of forward teeing options make the course very enjoyable to all.

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