Paiute Golf Resort – Wolf Course

This course is “in-biting”! The word play may not work for everyone but the Wolf Course of the Paiute Golf Course would definitely be a delight to play for any golfer. It appeals most especially to golfers of discriminating taste – offers a satisfaction that only a Pete Dye creation could give. This golf course right at the heart of Las Vegas is a golf vacation that will most definitely leave its mark.

The Wolf Course is regarded the longest course in Nevada, and perhaps the entire Southeast region, at 7,604 yards from the longest tees. With its sweeping views of the surrounding desert, the flat and rocky terrain, signature Dye bunkers, things cannot get any more interesting and beautiful than this. There are numerous doglegs and forced carries to hurdle; trust that it’s a wild one that cannot easily be tamed. For the more challenged ones, there are five sets of tees to choose from. Not that it’s going to be any easier; it’s just going to be a lot more forgiving and patient. The best thing about it is perhaps the most undeniable: this is a desert golf vacation destination at its purest; golfers can play and enjoy the golds and reds of the desert landscape undisturbed by the presence of residential edifices.

The signature hole of the Wolf Course is the island green 15th. It is reminiscent of TPC of Sawgrass’ 17th, which is also a Dye masterpiece. To cap it all off, the course is in a golf resort that could not be placed anywhere below excellent and superb and world-class. As are the amenities and services – naturally. This is one absolute Las Vegas golf trip that is “to-Dye-for!”

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