Ladies Add Fun to Vegas Golf

The Party Hole


If you are ever playing golf in Las Vegas and you encounter The Party Hole, get ready for some fun.


Pam Delaney (l) and Justina Hopkins (r)Pam Delaney and Justina Hopkins started The Party Hole last year, in Clearwater, Florida. They since have moved their operation to Las Vegas.

Each week, The Party Hole tees off at the premier golf courses throughout Sin City. Their “party” extends beyond the clubhouse with opportunities for golfers to win up to $1 Million in cash and prizes. With contests such as "Closest to the Pin" and of course, the "Hole in One", your chances to win are endless.

The Party Hole also runs mini-tournaments, 1-day events and has a Nine and Dine program which is a great for time-constrained players or for people to meet fellow golfers in a social setting.

DragonRidge CC # 5 with City ViewsThe next high-profile event for the Party Hole is the LPGA/PGA and World Series of Poker Players Pro/AM on August 9th thru the 11th. This star-studded three day affair will take place at Henderson’s Wildhorse Golf Club and the gorgeous DragonRidge Country Club.

This will be a wonderful way to play or interact with the country’s brightest females TOUR pros before they venture off to The Solheim Cup which will be played on August 17 – 23, 2009, at the prestigious Rich Harvest Farms located just outside of Chicago in Sugar Grove, Illinois.

Regardless of what you do with Pam and Justina, you will be helping make a difference in the community. That is because these ladies donate 50% of all proceeds to the Serenity Quest Foundation.

The Serenity Quest Foundation mission is to help Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement, Veterans, Children, and in general, anyone exposed to trauma such as floods, tornados, hurricanes, and violent crime.

The need to help is nothing new for Delaney and Hopkins. In Florida, where they are still sponsors of the West Central Chapter of the PGA, they helped raise money for The Dawn House - a place for women and children of violence. Other benefactors of The Party Hole included Breast Cancer, St, Jude's, Shriners Hospitals for Children and more.

“Justina and I started this business not long after the recession really hit us in Florida. I lost my job as a music distributor for a new age company and Justina's teaching at a country club started to dry up. We got together one night over dinner and a couple of beers to talk about our situations when we came up with the idea of The Party Hole,” said Delaney.

“We wanted to do something that was golf based, and helped other businesses in the community as well as help charities and folks hosting tournaments. Our mission was and still is to help our community by helping other businesses with exposure, as we hand out cards or coupons to everyone that we encounter. We are a great source of advertisement. We always use proper golf etiquette, as our first goal is to enhance the golfers’ experience.”  

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