Southern Nevada has an infamous heat that keeps us languid and sweaty during the summer but the winter months are relatively mild. The temperature dictates that a jacket is required and maybe a hat if you’re feeling fashionable but gloves are unnecessary and snow is so rare that when it falls it feels like a holiday.
Nevadas’ comparative mildness means that it’s almost always a good time to play golf, but the approaching months of spring are among the best. The first week of 2012 is bringing bright sunny days and temperatures hovering in the high 60s to all those in Las Vegas while someone in Fargo, ND is experiencing a daily chance of rain and temperatures averaging a mere 30 degrees.
Take advantage of the wonderful weather. Brush off your winter torpor, take your clubs out of the closet, and pick a beautiful day to head out to Mountain Falls Golf Club.