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Walter Golf Offer

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by dawgfan11, Nov 5, 2012.

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  1. dawgfan11

    dawgfan11 Low-Roller

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    My buddy and I are coming in during March to catch the Pac-12 tournament and really want to play Bali Hai and Royal Links. Walters Golf has an offer of 2 nights at MGM + the 2 rounds of golf and Limo transport for $350 a person. Anyways my questions is how is the weather in mid march? Would we be ok in booking this deal and not getting rained out? We don't mind the cold we play golf in Seattle in 50 degree weather but we really rather not be dumped on. Thanks!
     
  2. MarkY

    MarkY Low-Roller

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    Vegas is usually nice in March, book it.
     
  3. IvanBeausky

    IvanBeausky Low-Roller

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    Absolutely book it. It will be a little cool likely in the morning, but normally warms up nicely. We play a couple days every year during March madness (Normally around March 20). Weather has always been awesome. And that rate is great. Get on it.
     
  4. h_upmann

    h_upmann Low-Roller

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    Go for it.

    If you bump into Billy, get a couple of NCAA picks from him.
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  5. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    Add in the room and the limo, that's a great rate. I'll be interested to hear your take on the two courses. I respect one, I generally disdain t'other. :thumbsup:
     
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