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Staying a night in October at the JW Marriott in Summerlin.  Initial thought was to play TPC Las Vegas with the Sunday Football Deal they have going ($25 shop credit plus free range balls and lunch), but looked at the map and other options close by are available including:

https://www.thearroyogolfclub.com/

http://www.angelpark.com/

https://www.clubcorp.com/clubs/canyon-gate-country-club/

Curious if anyone has a suggestion/opinion on which one to play in that general area?

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I've played TPC Las Vegas; it's nice.  Haven't played the others.

Make sure you check aeration schedules; happens in October. Some could be closed.  Personally, I don't like playing on courses with recent plug and sanded greens when I travel.  Ruins the experience.

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I have played Arroyo and Angel Park. Arroyo is a very nice course. There’s a lot of space between some of the greens to the next tee, but that happens on the courses that meanders through a neighborhood. It’s in great shape and was fun to play. Park  is good,but didn’t really make much of an impression on on me. 

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Over seed is done in September going on right now--if later in October it is the best time for golf in Vegas.  TPC is the best that you mentioned.  Canyon Gate has had trouble with their greens so I would not recommend until next spring.  You might look into Seina Golf Club a few miles away from Arroyo.  I would play that prior to playing Arroyo.

Have a safe trip.

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31 minutes ago, vandyland said:

$500 is a ton of money to spend on a round of golf with rented clubs, IMO. 

And IMO for some courses I would pay that plus to play them. Sometimes the experience is worth the price

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