This course is home to two Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole layouts, the Mountain and the Palm. It is the home of the Cloud ... More
Angel Park Golf Club
This course is home to two Arnold Palmer-designed 18-hole layouts, the Mountain and the Palm. It is the home of the Cloud Nine course, which is lighted for night play as is the driving range. There is also an excellent, well stocked pro-shop on premises. You can even request a shuttle to carry you and your group to the golf course. If you've worked up an appetite, pay a visit to the Restaurant and Bar at Angel Park, which serves breakfast and lunch.
I am a local that could not get multiple phone calls returned to me regarding a 4x6 shotgun party. VERY UNPROFESSIONAL (Jed)!
Sorry, I will not be choosing this course as a local unless it is a last resort for I will not spite myself! BOOOOO!
This golf course was a definite disapointment. In going to vegas I expected to a "vegas type" of golf experience. This course ended being less than some of the municipal course in the los Angeles area. Starting at the golf shop, customer service was less than par. The staff poorly attended it's guest, which included myself. The greens were ok, but the distractions of the street grafitti and continuous street seemed to never go away. I was disapointed for sure, and the green fees were way higher than it's worth. If you want to do golf vegas right look at other courses.
best of luck
I liked the course at Angel Park. For the atmosphere and layout it was well worth the amount paid for the round. It plays well for experienced to moderate players. Beginners will have more of a problem, but will enjoy the day and the challenge along with the beauty. Overall, it is well worth the trip to play the course if you are staying in the Summerlin area of Vegas.
If you don't have time to play 18 holes, this course can give you a quick fix. Good for beginners and experienced players alike. Nice area of town and well-maintained greens make playing this course a joy.
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