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Spanish Trail Country Club Announces Reopening of the Lakes Golf Course
Published on Thu, Sep 20, 2012 (12:56 p.m.)
Las Vegas - September 20, 2012 - Spanish Trail Country Club today announced that it will reopen its Lakes Course on Friday, September 21. The Lakes Course has been closed for golf play since mid July 2012 for complete renovation on two of its signature lakes and waterfalls. Nearly four acres of landscape features were added further enhancing the traditional course design.
Mark Hedge, President of the Board of Directors at Spanish Trail, said, "We are, of course, pleased to again have all of our world-class golf courses open to our members, as well as their guests. The Lakes is a spectacularly beautiful course that is now better than ever. Additionally, after all the odd weather we have had this summer, our fall overseed on Lakes was far better than expected. It is plush and ready to play. "
Mr. Hedge added that "We emerged from Chapter 11 Reorganization earlier this summer and at Spanish Trail Country Club, it is truly business as usual today and going forward."
About Spanish Trail Country Club
Founded in 1984, Spanish Trail Country Club is one of the oldest in Las Vegas and the only 27-hole masterpiece club in town. Personally designed by the legendary golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. its tree-lined fairways, undulating hills, 15 lakes with streams and waterfalls, 120 bunkers and sweeping mountain vistas create an unparalleled golf experience.
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