Hey, it's Vegas. We do everything with a certain enviable cache, even when it comes to golf. But the truth is, you'll find some of the finest championship courses in the world, right here: Shadow Creek, The Wynn Golf Club, Bali Hai, Badlands and more, all designed by the world's best golf-course architects. Time to tee it up on your choice of Las Vegas golf courses.
And you'll be playing where the legends have played. Sure Tiger's been here. And Timberlake hosts his big celeb thing too. But in Vegas, when we talk about legends, we mean Sammy, Frank and Dean. Yup. They've all yelled "four" on the Las Vegas golf courses. Walk in their footsteps at these oases in the desert. You'll find waterfalls, white sand and more.
With signature courses designed by such legendary names as Tom Fazio and Jack Nicklaus, you have a wide variety of challenging and breathtaking Las Vegas golf courses to play on.
And there's practically never a bad day to go golfing in Las Vegas. Not feeling a full 18, or even 9 holes? Hit the Callaway Golf Center for a specialized fitting just like the pros get. Or chip some balls at the Wynn Golf Club, located just behind the sparkling Wynn Las Vegas.
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HOW IT WORKS
Membership to Global X'scapes allows you to visit and host as often as you like in a year. Simply find hosts in the destination you have on your adventure-list and agree on suitable dates to visit. Once you've agreed on dates, you will go to that destination and be hosted as guests in their house, providing free accommodation, food (excluding dining out) and transport for sightseeing.
Upon return to your home country, you will host the same family you visited in your home as guests, providing the same experience to your guests as they provided you (and your family).
To ensure fair hosting and visiting, Global X'scapes issues you with one point when you take up membership for $99-00 per year to track visits and hosting - keeping the system balanced.
Once you have visited the host, your point will transfer to that host leaving you with 0 and the host with 2. That host must now visit you in order to transfer the point back to you leaving you free to visit again (even in the same membership year).
Quick and easy
For only $99-00 per year, you can now visit any destination as often as you like by being hosted by wonderful people and return the hospitality by hosting your new-found friends in your country. Accommodation, meals and transport is free of charge on both parts and thus this is one of the cheapest ways to see the world and make new friends. Membership at $99-00 provides you with access to free accommodation, local transport and meals unlimited times per year (provided you have closed the loop by hosting in return). Register for free and browse destinations, hosts and guests. Also included in free membership is book-marking your favourites and introduction conversation.
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