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Golf @ Wynn?

Discussion in 'Shows & Entertainment' started by blkshirt, Dec 6, 2016.

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  1. blkshirt

    blkshirt High-Roller

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    Anybody done it or at least know how expensive it is to golf there?

    I heard they were planning on ripping it out. We golfed at Desert Pines GC the day of my wedding. Great time and a nice course. Would love to play this one sometime...
     
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    pphold pp Park Place Degenerate

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    $500 a round includes clubs and shoe rental if needed. Same if not and you must have a caddy with you on the course.
     
  3. blkshirt

    blkshirt High-Roller

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    That's what I thought. Thanks for the info. Do they force you into a foursome as well, if you were by yourself or had a twosome?
     
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    Something tells me they aren't so busy that you will be paired up:)
     
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    ken2v Wish I was in Bend

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    Play all three at Paiute for the same price!
     
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    AND Desert Pines on the way back to your casino!
     
  7. blkshirt

    blkshirt High-Roller

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    Having a 2.5 year old and a 6 month old has cut into my golf time, plus running my own business I haven't played three rounds in a year let alone in one trip or a day!!! But I will take a look.

    Thanks!
     
  8. Packer

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    Go play Wynn before it closes. You can play by yourself if you want. I love rolling out of bed and walking downstairs to play golf. Very easy and saves lots of time. 500 bones and yes you must have a caddy. Minimum tip is 50 ish.. There avg tip is 75. That's a fact. Have fun!
     
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    ken2v Wish I was in Bend

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    For a non-roller (non-comp player), Wynn is a waste of $$$.
     
  10. Barney Rubble

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    Buddy and I played it and loved it. Yes the price is steep but it's right there so no transportation problems. Course is not tough either. Save travel time over driving to Mesquite.
     
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    no you can play solo or how many is in your party. They will not force you into another group or players
     
  12. bubbakitty

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    I had the opportunity to be in Vegas for the closing of the Desert Inn and its golf course. It was 75 $ and as a single I had to join whomever was in less than 4. It was a 1:20 pm tee time and there was no guarantee we would finish in light. I butt-f**ked around and didn't do it for some reason unknown to man. To this day I wish I had. My choice was looking at carrying clubs (left-handed) and (pre Uber days you young whippersnappers) and lugging them down that way without the f'n cabbie. I just didn't think it through.
    IF the Wynn is closing and they have a price which is within your threshold, go for it. Once gone it is gone; but whatever be happy. My situation is not so much for the price but the "inconvenience"; if I weren't so quick I would kick my ass; but that is the way it goes.
     
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    If you're one for the "experience", then by all means do it, but like others have said, it'll probably be around $600 ($500 for the course and $100 for the caddy). Personally, I wouldn't do it, because I don't want all the people in the Country Club restaurant seeing me get a quadruple bogey.
     
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    Or me trying to make a put and it missing and me going something along the lines of "you dirty #####"
     
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