Arcis Golf to Expand Vegas Golf Footprint with Angel Park Takeover

Arcis Golf is the second largest owner and operator of golf facilities in the United States and has acquired Pacific Life’s golf portfolio, which includes Angel Park Golf Club. Angel Park expands the company’s Vegas footprint that already included Las Vegas Golf Club, Painted Desert and Desert Pines. –By Brian Hurlburt, founder,

The recent acquisitions also included Grayhawk Golf Club (Scottsdale, Arizona) and Tijeras Creek Golf Club (Rancho Santa Margarita, California).

“These complementary additions to our irreplaceable portfolio of clubs strengthens our unique value proposition within each of these markets,” said Blake Walker, Founder and CEO of Arcis Golf. “The respective management teams have done an excellent job of creating a truly differentiated offering for their customers. We are privileged and uniquely positioned to continue our collective positive momentum by implementing our family-centric model.”

About Angel Park per Arcis Golf press release:

An icon of Vegas golf for more than three decades, Angel Park Golf Club has stood the test of time for playability, location, and service. Perched around 3,000 feet in a spectacular desert setting, Angel Park offers stunning views of Red Rock Canyon and the Las Vegas Valley.

The newly renovated Nino’s Grill offers an updated menu and features fun social events, live music, themed dinners, and more, creating a fun atmosphere that extends well beyond the golf course. The club has also been named as one of the “Top 10” golf courses for tournament services by the National Association of Golf Tournament Directors and excels at hosting large and small golf tournaments, conventions, and corporate meetings.

Angel Park is Arcis Golf’s fourth property in the greater Las Vegas area and offers 36 holes designed by Arnold Palmer—the Mountain and Palm courses—plus the lighted Cloud Nine Short course (12 holes) designed by Bob Cupp, as well as the local favorite natural-grass nine-hole putting course.

With the acquisition, Arcis continues to be the fastest growing golf company in the U.S., with Private, Resort, and Daily-Fee properties in the country’s largest metropolitan areas. The Arcis portfolio includes courses designed by many legendary designers—from Jack Nicklaus to Robert Trent Jones Sr., Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, and Coore & Crenshaw.

“Through this rare acquisition opportunity, we continue to transform our portfolio of golf clubs into lifestyle hubs that appeal to the entire family with more choices in all areas of their lives. We offer the greatest optionality in terms of price point, membership and subscription offerings, course selection, programming, and amenities to address the wide-ranging needs of our diverse consumer base and provide an open and inclusive experience,” Walker said.

Arcis Golf offers a Las Vegas Players card that includes each of the facilities.