April 10, 2007–Kim Hall, a former teammate of fellow Las Vegas resident and LPGA Tour player Stephanie Louden, is playing and practicing out of the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the home of three Pete Dye-designed championship golf courses. The facility has won multiple awards, including Best Overall Experience in the VegasGolfer Magazine Fairway Awards, and is the only 54-hole complex in all of Las Vegas golf. "I feel privileged to practice at a place with three Pete Dye golf courses and two practice areas, all of which are always in great shape," says Hall.
"There are many golf options in Vegas, but I choose to practice at Paiute because the staff is dedicated to bettering your performance and ensuring you enjoy your golfing experience. They really treat me like family. I am extremely proud to represent the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort on the LPGA Tour."
The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort features the Sun, Snow and Wolf courses, with all three offering golf beauty and challenge.
Hall graduated from Stanford in 2003 and is fully exempt on the LPGA Tour for this season. Through her first four events she had earned about $3,000. She was a three-time All Pac 10 Conference player at Stanford, and also was the team's MVP twice.
"The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is the place to go if you want to improve your game," says Hall.