Paiute Golf Resort

Set in the vast lands of the Paiute Indian Reservation, the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort will captivate guests with its perfectly secluded desert landscape. The resort features three well-designed layouts: The Snow Mountain Course, The Sun Mountain Course, and The Wolf Course. Aside from the challenging holes, Paiute Resort also offers guests with a spectacular clubhouse that gives a clear view of the valley’s dramatic vistas as well that of the golf course. Playing in the resort’s courses will be all about fun and exciting experience with nature at its finest.

The Snow Mountain Course, the first Pete Dye gem in the resort has been cited by Golfweek Magazine as “America’s Best Public-Access Courses for Nevada” in 2005 and 2006. Prior to that citation, the resort also bagged the 2004 VegasGolfer fairway award for being the “Best Overall Experience”. The layout features the bent grass greens and impeccable rye-grass fairways that run through the dusty and warm brown olives, strategically placed pot bunkers, and waste areas that will serve as a true test for every golfer.

The Sun Mountain Course is another Dye layout that is set in nature’s splendor. This layout offers golfers with the challenging yet fantastic rounds of golf that goes with brilliant sceneries, blue man-made lakes, and the Joshua trees that add up to exciting test of golfing skills. While at play, the mountain backdrops can be very stunning. Although this layout is often overlooked among the three courses, the Sun Mountain is often flocked by golfers coming from the different parts of the world.

To complete the resort’s magnificent 54-hole golf wonderland is The Wolf Course. This layout is completely different from the other courses. What makes this layout unique is that Pete Dye placed the array of challenges with the immaculate conditioning making it a truly world-class golf destination that offers a 7,604-yard par-72 play.

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