Join your colleagues for a little friendly competition
WHAT: The SPI 2017 Golf Tournament (Scramble-Style Format)
WHEN: Sunday, September 10 at 8:00 am
WHERE: Angel Park Golf Club - The Palm Course (Transportation to and from the golf course/Mandalay Bay will be provided)
WHO: Any SPI attendee who wants to participate
$135 per person; $40 rental fees Sold Out!
The shuttle to the golf course will be picking up at the Mandalay Bay Tour and Travel Bus parking Plaza. The first shuttle will leave at 6:15am. The remaining shuttles will run at 6:30am and the last shuttle leaves at 6:45am. If you miss the last shuttle you can use the code SPI17 on the Lyft ap for discounted rates, but will be responsible for any costs incurred. Click here to book your Lyft.
The driving range and putting green will be open from 6:30am until the shotgun start at 8am. Please note that registration/check in will end at 8am; however we will have team members available for any reason you are unable to arrive before 8am. Please text us if you plan to arrive after so that we do not move you off of your team.
Lunch will be served at Nino’s Restaurant at the golf course starting at 12:30pm. The first will head back to Mandalay Bay at 12:45pm to accommodate those delegates who need to start setting up their booths and the last bust will leave the golf course at 1:45pm.
Golf Tournament Team Leads On site
Transportation & On site: Brooke Welton (702) 964-6262
Tournament Questions & Team Pairings Jennifer Demuth (702) 882-3240
On Site Changes /Course Day of Lead: Ben Buck (702) 769-3010
Angel Park Golf Club & The Palm Course
At almost 3000 feet in elevation, Angel Park offers spectacular views of Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Valley. Angel Park has been the recipient of several awards, including the accolade of Best Golf Course in Las Vegas in the “Best of Las Vegas”, Las Vegas Review Journal Readers Poll (14 out of the past 15 years), One of "Americas Top 50 Course for Women" by Golf Digest Magazine (Palm Course) and “Favorite Golf Course” in Las Vegas by visiting golfers (as nominated by What's On Magazine Visitor Choice Awards).
The Palm Course opened in 1989 and was designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer and has views of the Red Rock Mountains as well as the Las Vegas Strip. The Palm Course is not a long layout but poses challenges to golfers with difficult putting surfaces, perfectly positioned sand bunkers and par 3's that will require great precision. The par 5's are opportunities to make up some strokes and the par 4's will test your accuracy from tee to green.