teeing Off At Angel Park Golf Club,
Las Vegas NV. Lots of rocks, sand, narrow, spotty,
green patches (Fairways?), rolling green hills (Greens?),
a few cliff tee shots, a canyon or two (to hit across, of
course). Do not even look for your ball if hit out
of bounds, or in the rough in most cases, you won't find
it. A nice course. Slope rating from the
Blue Tees is about 130. It was a cool 95 when I
last played it at 9:00 am. Beverage cart at every
hole and sometimes in between holes. The brown
rocky desert in the background was the rough for the
previous hole. My score ranges from 90 - +100.
A very good course to play. I try to play it
when in town. |
The 9th Hole At Cyprus Point. I have never played it, it is on my list of "to play courses", but this hole looks like several holes at Pellican Hills Golf Club in Newport Beach CA. I have played the notorious Ocean Course at Pellican Hills. (I did not have my camera in my golf bag that day) I see the bunker where my approach shot would land, if I were to play this hole at Cyprus, though.
The Holy Grail of Golf, Saint Andrews (Scotland) Old Course, Hole Number 17. I have been there, but never played this course. This photo was taken by the news photographers during a major tournament several years ago. After looking over this course, I don't know if I want to play it. Perhaps, if I were a single digit handicap golfer!