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Golf Course Review Angel Park Golf Club (MOUNTAIN) Las Vegas Nevada

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Golf Course Review Angel Park Golf Club (MOUNTAIN) Las Vegas Nevada

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Angel Park Golf Club MOUNTAIN Course Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 18
Angel Park Golf Club MOUNTAIN Course Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 18
Angel Park Golf Club MOUNTAIN Course Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 17 Green-side
Angel Park Golf Club MOUNTAIN Course Las Vegas Nevada. Hole 17 Green-side

Angel Park Golf Club (Mountain)

Las Vegas, NV
Reviewed by:  rob1563, Las Vegas

Played on Friday, 3/3, 1st part of a 36 hole day at Angel Park using my free birthday round as a OB Sports card holder. Up and down with service today, bags were picked up as we got out of the car, quick check in, and then off to the cart area. Guy only strapped one bag on, which was weird, luckily I saw it before we took off. Checked in with the starter hoping to get out a bit early and he put us out 1st ahead of a 3some who had the 1st time but hadn’t checked in yet. He also handled them when they pulled up to see us teeing off. We pulled away from them quickly, waited for a single who stalked us up 10 and joined up with him and finished in just over 3 hours.

Conditions were pretty good across the board. We found a few shaggy tee boxes but we may have been ahead of maintenance. Fairways were in good shape with no brown areas. Rough was still at a minimum, but a little bit longer than last time. Bunkers were good, fluffy, but seemed to have little pebbles in them. Greens were terrific and terrifying. Firm and fast, anything above the hole had a chance of rolling off.

All together, I can’t complain about free, but it’s worth the $42 rate for that time.