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The clouds vanished in an instant, so I went and tried to play Freedom Park in Las Vegas, NV it's so poorly marked I wasn't able to figure it out, and the people hanging around were kind of sketchy. I do not recommend going here, nothing is marked.

Las Vegas, NV- Sunset:Medium to long holes in completely flat, green grassy park with spaced out trees. Not too tight, sometimes enough trees to make a fairway but usually plenty of room to do what you want. 3+ mandos take that away on those holes. Cement tees, signs. Well maintained. Nice views of town, mountains. Don't play at sunset however, blinding sun in your eyes makes it hard to see anything.

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Comment by Rizbee on August 26, 2008 at 2:36pm
We tried to play Freedom Park a few years ago and it was very frustrating. While you're in Vegas I hope you have a chance to play Mountain Crest - it's pretty god for a neighborhood park course. Peccole Ranch is very strange - ultra-tight along a trail system that runs through a housing development and doubles as a storm runoff channel.

There's a new course in Kingman I haven't played yet and you probably haven't played the new rendition of the NAU course in Flagstaff - they moved it since Am Worlds a few years ago.

Don't know where you're headed next - north, east or south?

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