OB Sports adds two more Vegas courses

OB Sports Golf Management has added two more Las Vegas golf courses to its portfolio, bringing it to six in the region.

It recently signed on to manage Painted Desert Golf Club and Las Vegas Golf Club. It already manages The Legacy Golf Club, Angel Park Golf Club, Aliante Golf Club and Stallion Mountain Golf Club, which re-opened in the Fall.  

The two new courses will be added into OB Sports’ Las Vegas marketing efforts including its stay and play packages, and inclusion in the OB Sports Golf Card.

“We have plugged these facilities into our proven and successful marketing campaigns, and from an operational standpoint, are enhancing the services and experiences offered at each of these popular courses,” stated Phil Green, chief operating officer of OB Sports Golf Management. “Our co-operative efforts will be aimed at building Las Vegas as an exciting golf destination and bringing more golf travelers to Las Vegas.”

OB Sports is hopeful its group of courses will appeal to group planners and resort golfers.

OB Sports plans to leverage synergies as it relates to operational efficiencies, agronomic practices and event and service offerings. It is managing all aspects of each facility including golf operations, agronomy, food and beverage, instruction, membership sales and marketing.

Painted Desert Golf Club, designed by Jay Morrish, ushered in the era of desert golf in Las Vegas when it opened in 1987. Clark County's Las Vegas Golf Club is the oldest course in the area, having opened in 1938. It is close to Downtown Las Vegas, and is widely regarded as one of the best golf values in Las Vegas.

OB Sports has been operating courses in Las Vegas since 1990, and currently manages 45 golf courses and country clubs throughout the United States.

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