Vegas Golf magazine is at it again. What it does is give annual awards to Las Vegas golf clubs in many appropriate categories and the much anticipated results for 2006 are in. As to the selection criteria, it does take into account player comments and then mixes them with a classified algorithm. I really don't know how scientific that is, but based on what I myself know about local tracks, their findings seem to accurately measure club competency.
The Fairway Award for the Best Player Services goes this time to Tuscany Golf Club. According to club management they deserve it because they make certain that every single golfer schlepping through their course has a memorable experience. Yeah, memorable, I'll tell you all about memorable. When you fire your white little ball three consecutive times into the pond at 18, that's memorable. Anyway, they do treat you professionally from the moment you arrive in the parking lot to when you stumble out of the pub. The award is well-deserved.
Tuscany fairways are surrounded by a master-planned housing community that offers a host of individual neighborhoods. There are single-, two- and three-story floor plans to choose from that range in size from 1,724 to 4,392 sq. ft. and prices for the homes start from the $200,000s.