|Angel Park Golf Club - Cloud
Nine Course Rates
greens fee only - cart fee is extra)
|Jan 1 - Dec 31
||Walking Rate - Additional $10
Per Person to Ride
||Jun 3 - Course Clopsed for Aerification
||Sep 3-15 - Course Closed for Overseed
Sunrise Sunset Schedule
About Angel Park Cloud Nine Golf Course:
Designed by Bob Cupp (1992 Golf Architect of the Year), the 12
hole, par-3 short course, was created in 1993. The holes were
with similar shot characteristics as some of the most famous
and difficult holes from all over the golf world. Holes play
between 80 and 145 yards, many with a ton of bunkers. The 92-yard
first hole plays to a boomerang-shaped green. The 100-yard 10th
hole features an island green similar to the TPC-Scottsdale,
but on a smaller scope. On the 96-yard 11th, there is a bunker
that is basically in the center of the green making your approach
something to be debated. It is a great way to have some fun while
working on your short game. If you don’t
have time to play a full round of golf in between your business meetings
or your intensive day at the tables, you can get a quick 12 in
on the Cloud Nine Course at Angel Park. Only 9 out of the 12
holes are lighted for night play.
Angel Park Golf Club is roughly 15-20 minutes from the Las Vegas
Strip. The facility is complimented with their southwest-style
clubhouse that is home to a full service restaurant, banquet facility,
and well-appointed golf shop. The course grows Bermuda from tee
to green. The greens come with mild to severe breaks being that
they emulate the actual greens of the depicted holes. Have some
fun with your golf game on a round at the Angel Park Cloud
Nine short course!
|Angel Park Cloud Nine Course Statistics
Men: Collared shirts with sleeves and non-denim, mid length shorts or pants.
Women: Collared shirt, sleeveless blouse of conservative design, and non-denim, mid-length shorts or pants.
Clothing that is not appropriate includes: denim shorts, denim jeans, t-shirts, swimming attire, gym shorts, halter-tops, tank tops, cut-offs and other dress that is deemed inappropriate. The Club reserves the right to refuse service to
anyone who is dressed inappropriately.
Non-metal spikes must be worn while on the course.