Angel Park Golf Club
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Monday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday
6:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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A favorite with the casino crowd, this two-course golf club has an illuminated driving range that stays open all night long.
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SmallTownBuckeye
Ottoville, OH43 contributions
Sep 2021
We had a foursome enjoy 18 holes recently. Palm course was in great shape. Great staff to work with - rental clubs were Ping/Titleist/Callaway. Highly recommend - we will golf here again. Price was great - I didn't feel like we were overcharged.
Written October 7, 2021
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John P
Lowell, Massachusetts4 contributions
Mar 2022
Fun track with two eighteen hole desert courses. There’s also a short course and putting course that offer twilight golf. Excellent bar service with a great menu and full drink selection.
Written March 5, 2022
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Duane W
1 contribution
Jan 2022
First time golfing in Nevada and the desert. Angel Park did not disappoint. Played the Mountain Course first and it was in excellent condition. Challenging course with lots of elevation changes, desert and canyons to play through. Greens were fast but in great condition with lots of ups and downs. Palm Course was shorter but still a challenge. Fairways and greens were in great condition as well. Very scenic courses. Lots of wildlife as I played. Geese and coyotes to name a few. The clubhouse is nice and the staff were great. Very helpful and courteous. Gave me some good pointers before I started my round. Would definitely play there again.
Written January 30, 2022
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Ron Gibson
1 contribution
May 2022
Give more consideration to senior/handicap players. Lockout feature on golf carts are NOT senior/handicap friendly as they lockout 30 yards (yes yards) from greens. Most unpleasant round of golf...no more Angel Park for our Tuesday foursome.
Written June 5, 2022
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lwelshCO
Denver, CO266 contributions
Apr 2014 • Business
I just was lucky enough to play eight golf courses in Las Vegas. Here’s how they stacked up:

My #6- Angel Park Cloud Nine
PRO
- Fast, quick, and fun. 12 holes, par 3, that are re-creations of famous par 3 across the world
- My favorite was the recreation of TPC Sawgrass “island”
- Lit so you can play 9 of the 12 at night.
- Bargain

CON
- Reasonable well maintained, but not impeccable
- No Marshall to control pace

NET
- Really fun little course

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Here's the others I played:

#1 (for me): TPC Las Vegas (Canyons)
PRO
- Postcard perfect condition
- Fast play, 3 hr 45 minutes!
- Challenging greens
- Wonderful scenery
- Forward tees made the course accessible for a newer golfer; back tees would challenge a pro
- Replay rate (at least if you book thru JW Marriott) really affordable
- Nice, nice, nice golf carts – fast; great GPS system

CON
- Not close to strip

NET
- If you really love golf and can only play one course – I’d pick this one.

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#2 (for me) Paiute Wolf
PRO
- Toughest of three Paiute courses
- My second favorite course in Vegas after TPC
- Great service
- Exceptional course conditions
- Great value if you play all three Paiute courses
- Beginners can play the forward tees and have a great time
- Pretty fast playing time (4:10 when I was there)

CON
- A bit far from Las Vegas
- Can be windy

NET
- Worth it.
- If you can, play one course in morning and a different Paiute course in afternoon
- I would play this course again anytime.

#3 (for me) Rio Secco
PRO
- I am sure it’s busy sometimes, but the Wednesday morning I played I had the course to myself. On and off in 3 hours.
- Well maintained
- Some really fun, challenging holes that really push you to “go for it”

CON
- None. I really liked the course. I just like TPC and Wolf a little better.

NET
- I’d love to come back here again.
- Probably a little closer to the Strip than a lot of places I played.

#4 Paiute Snow
PRO
- Great scenery
- Some easy holes, some tough ones
- Great service
- Exceptional course conditions
- Great value if you play all three Paiute courses
- Beginners can play the forward tees and have a great time
- Fast play (I don’t have the exact time, but pretty close to 4 hours)
- Marshall was really pleasant and helpful.

CON
- A bit far from Las Vegas
- Can be windy

NET
- Worth it.
- If you can, play one course in morning and a different Paiute course in afternoon
- I would play this course again anytime.

#5 Paiute Sun
PRO
- Good risk / reward choices on many holes
- Some easy holes, some tough ones
- Great service
- Exceptional course conditions
- Great value if you play all three Paiute courses
- Beginners can play the forward tees and have a great time
- Fast play (3:50 for me)

CON
- A bit far from Las Vegas
- Can be windy

NET
- Worth it.
- If you can, play one course in morning and a different Paiute course in afternoon
- I would play this course again anytime.

#7 Bear’s Best
PRO
- Lots of variety; these are a collection of best holes from around the world
- Reasonable playing time, around 4:30
- The greens are a challenge to read. That’s a con for some people, I suppose.

CON
- Well maintained, but not as nice as the other high-end courses here

NET
- While this is a very nice course, it’s pretty expensive too. I think I’d suggest Paiute (esp: Wolf) or TPC Canyons before this course.

#8 Red Rock – Arroyo
PRO
- Least expensive of the seven big courses
- Greens were a lot easier to read than the other courses I played. I guess that could be a con if you are looking for max challenge.

CON
- Didn’t see a Marshall controlling pace; 5 hour play time
- Not in as good of condition as other courses

NET
- You get what you pay for
- If you have a car, drive a little further and pay a little more for Paiute courses or TPC.
- If you are on a tighter budget, this is a more affordable course and it was fun.

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Written April 13, 2014
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kdt181731
Las Vegas, NV67 contributions
Nov 2018 • Friends
A little cold to start the round, course in Very good condition for November, greens were.. the Greens Won, tough to putt first couple of holes, but golf isn’t suppose to be Easy.
Written November 25, 2018
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E B H
Ada, MI24 contributions
Nov 2019 • Friends
Had a great time playing Angle Park. The course was in very good condition and the greens were fantastic. Will play it again

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Written November 17, 2019
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Bryan G
South Ogden, UT1 contribution
Jul 2019 • Friends
The manager worked hard trying to show his:their thoughtfulness after my ordeal ( car broken into). I appreciate his actions.
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Written August 27, 2019
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Rusty B
Fredericksburg, VA43 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
We came to Vegas for 3 days of golf and began our outings at Angel Park GC. Beautiful views and the course was in great shape. We paid $42, which included a large bucket of range balls. We had a great time - but it's surprising how easy it is to lose a golf ball in the rocks, just off the fairways. Will definitely add Angel Park to the courses I play on my next trip to Vegas
Written April 5, 2019
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RealW0rldTraveller
Alberta, Canada509 contributions
Apr 2018
Considering how expensive golf is in Vegas this is a awesome golf course and good value. Like most courses this is built within a residential community but at least the houses are rarely in play. Played the Mountain course in early April and it was in excellent shape.
Written April 16, 2018
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