Las Vegas Paiute Resort hosts ESPN National Golf Challenge qualifier April 30th
April is an ideal time for desert golf, and if you’re thinking Las Vegas golf, check out this affordable amateur best ball event: the ESPN National Golf Challenge qualifier at Las Vegas Paiute Resort’s Snow Mountain Course.
It’s a two-man best ball local qualifier that counts towards earning your way into a regional and national finals. The Las Vegas Paiute Resort is also the site of the national finals October 19-20th.
One unique aspect of the event is that you can pay an extra $49 for the “Triple Play Option” which lets you play best ball with not only your partner but the two other players in your foursome, giving you three stabs at a low score instead of one. This makes a lot of sense in Vegas, where the odds are you or your partner will party a little too hard the night before and stumble onto the first tee seeing cross-eyed.
The host course is the Pete Dye-designed Snow Mountain course, one of three courses at the Paiute Resort and arguably the toughest, including three water-heavy finishing holes.
Entry fee for the ESPN National Golf Challenge Qualifier at Las Vegas Paiute is $119, actually less than peak season green fees for the course ($139), and comes with a box of Callaway Golf Balls to boot.
For more information on the ESPN tour and this particular event, visit ESPNGolf.com. Or call tournament director Crystal Shoning at 702-395-1707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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