Vegas style over-the-top please In the late 80’s and 90’s, Vegas grew quickly and so did the number of golf courses. The hills around the city literally exploded with golf developments, and every major golf architect on the planet was crafting courses in the area. With the city of Las Vegas booming and gaming popular […]
About Brian Oar
Brian is a golf media industry veteran of 18 years as a professional golf course photographer and golf writer. Mr. Oar has beautifully photographed over 400 golf courses across the world, and was VegasGolfer Magazine's course photographer from 2006-2010. In 2014, he was honored by receiving the "Golf Course Photographer of The Year" golf media award while shooting for Golf Getaways Magazine. With Brian on our staff, you can rest assured, you know the information you're getting is spot on in Las Vegas, and your getting a worthy opinion from a well-traveled golfer and Vegas golf expert. Check out his photography at https://BrianOar.com or on Instagram @BrianOar.
Cream of The Crop One thing about Las Vegas is they sure have hyped up the VIP status in just about every aspect possible. It’s a superb marketing strategy which has worked perfectly to create a sense of envy, coolness and exclusivity that Vegas’ has become in the eyes of the public. At one time […]
A new Stallion and a Midnight Ride In mid 90’s Las Vegas was quickly becoming one of the hottest golf destinations in the country and golf architects of Schmidt & Curly were working on multiple projects in the area. The talented architects were asked to renovate one of Vegas’ popular private clubs originally fashioned by […]
A little less hectic your style? If you have “been there, done that” with the Las Vegas Strip and Glitter Gulch, and don’t want to deal with traffic, a mass of crowds and gigantic hotels which make you feel like you have crossed two entire zip codes walking from the lobby to your room, then […]
You-name-it, Vegas has-got-it, and that includes the golf. It was a cool October evening on Freemont Street in downtown Las Vegas, and I was enjoying an ever-so-tasty post round brew at a great outdoor pub, while quietly tallying up how many times I could exclaim “Only in Vegas!” in 10 minute span. For those of […]
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