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I'm going to Las Vegas next month.  I have a round booked at Bali Hai.  Any other recommendations for courses to play?

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8 hours ago, Maroon88 said:

I'm going to Las Vegas next month.  I have a round booked at Bali Hai.  Any other recommendations for courses to play?

I've played Angel Park and Reflection Bay. Both were fun. Angel Park was less $. 

My bag:

Taylor Made R7 (x-stiff).
Taylor Made Burner 2 irons (stiff)
Cleveland Wedges (gap and 60)
Odyssey two ball putter (white) 

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All the Pauite courses are great. Coyote Springs is out in the middle of nowhere but a great course. Reflection Bay was nice also. Primm courses were decent, less costly. 

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