Angel Park Golf Club Honored By Las Vegas Weekly and Nevada Magazine

Angel Park Golf ClubAngel Park Golf Club was recently honored by Las Vegas Weekly and Nevada Magazine as best golf course in Las Vegas. Posted on May 26, Angel Park Golf Club was named Best Golf Course in the 2011 Las Vegas Weekly Readers’ Choice Awards . And Angel Park shared top honors in the Golf Course category with Wynn Las Vegas Golf Club in Nevada Magazine’s 2011 Best of Nevada rankings that were posted online in addition to appearing in the publication’s July/August issue.

“We are thrilled to earn the top spot in these rankings compiled by two of Las Vegas’ most highly regarded local publications,” said Greg Brockelman, Director of Golf for Angel Park Golf Club. “Despite the fact that Las Vegas is an international destination, we have always made a concerted effort to appeal to the local golfer. And over the years, the local motion has helped to develop a unique vibe at the club that all golfers, no matter where they are from, can appreciate.”

Untitled DocumentAngel Park Golf Club is a 36-hole facility located in the Summerlin area of Las Vegas. Its Mountain Course and Palm Course were both designed by Arnold Palmer. The club also has a 12-hole Cloud Nine Short Course, the World’s Original natural grass putting course and an expansive practice tee – all of which are lighted for evening enjoyment. For more information about Angel Park Golf Club visit www.angelpark.com or call (702) 254-4653. Become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/angelparkgolf or follow Angel Park on Twitter at www.twitter.com/angelparkgolf.

Angel Park Golf Club is professionally managed by OB Sports Golf Management, a diversified, golf-oriented company with a long history of success that currently manages 42 premier golf courses and country clubs throughout the United States. Known for its comprehensive and personalized services since 1972, OB Sports has become widely acclaimed as the leader in boutique-style golf course management. For more information on OB Sports, visit www.obsports.com , call 480-948-1300. Become a Fan of OB Sports on Facebook at www.facebook.com/obsports  or follow OB Sports on Twitter: www.twitter.com/obsportsgolf .

About Nevada Magazine:
In January 1936, Nevada Highways and Parks — known today as Nevada Magazine — was introduced by the state highway department. Always an information source for Nevada residents and tourists, what started as a digest-sized bulletin has grown into a colorful magazine. For 75 years, Nevada Magazine has been telling the Silver State’s story — in Las Vegas, Reno, Lake Tahoe, and beyond. In print and online, it highlights urban and rural travel, dining, people, history, gaming, events, shows, and more. On the publication’s web site, you’ll find content from the bimonthly magazine as well as online-only material, such as “Web Extras” and online bonuses. Nevada Magazine is now a division of the Nevada Commission on Tourism, published bimonthly, and based in Carson City and Las Vegas. The approximately 80-page magazine has a circulation of 20,000. About 120,000 editions of Events & Shows, the contents of which appear in the magazine, are printed as a stand-alone publication. Nevada Magazine operates as an enterprise fund, meaning it is self-funded and dependent on advertising, calendar, and subscription revenue.

About Las Vegas Weekly:
At the intersection of arts, entertainment, culture and news, Las Vegas Weekly has been covering everything that matters to the Las Vegas Valley for over a decade. Today, the Weekly is known for exciting journalism and its refreshing voice, brought to bear on everything from politics and social issues to nightlife and dining. This coverage has earned the Weekly 63 Nevada Press Association Awards, the Maggie Award from the Western Publications Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies’ first place recognition for cover design. Online, Las Vegas Weekly combines its award-winning print journalism with multimedia features and exclusive blogs written by the locals who know Vegas best. A restaurant guide with hundreds of local eateries makes sense of the dining landscape, while nightclub profiles and a local band database with free mp3s help readers make the most of Sin City. With insightful stories, detailed city guides and an in- depth calendar of local events, Las Vegas Weekly puts Vegas right where it should be – firmly within reach.

 

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