Las Vegas GolfaPalooza Unlimited Golf Always Available at Pete Dye’s Pauite Courses

Las Vegas, Nevada (December 29, 2010)–There are three Pete Dye Las Vegas golf courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, and each feature that typical Dye Design flare. in fact, the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is the only Las Vegas Golf Region facility that has three championship courses in one location. That fact makes their unlimited Las Vegas golf deal–GolfaPalooza–among the best specials in Las Vegas. Starting as low as $129, golfers can play as much golf in one day as possible, plus earn other specials and discounts during the day at Paiute. –By Brian Hurlburt

The other Las Vegas golf deals and discounts that come with the GolfaPalooza special are free lunch and 50% off rental clubs. The three Dye Las Vegas golf courses at Paiute are Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain and the Wolf. There are no homes or other buildings within the interior of any of these courses, and the views of the Nevada desert and mountains is unimpeded while you tour the fairways and greens. A beautiful clubhouse offers a restaurant, banquet room, pro shop, locker rooms, and is a great setting for weddings. And recently, GreensKeeper.org readers voted the Paiute as the top Worth the Green Fee for 2009, much of that due to the unlimited golf deal. The $129 rate is in effect until the end of February when the rate will go to $179 in March. Once again, click now to reserve this special unlimited Las Vegas golf deal with the official website of the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort.

Snow Mountain is the original course at the Paiute, and is known for many things, but the favorite of Golf Las Vegas Now is the par 3, 16th hole that plays over water to a green seemingly backdropped by the Sheep Mountains. It is a beautiful Vegas golf spot.

Sun Mountain came next and features that Dye design feature of railroad tie bunkers plus plenty of challenge. The official website of the Paiute describes the Sun Mountain experience best: "Shines at 7,112 total yards … A kinder Dye?  Says who?  The second in the trio is considered the tamest of the courses.  Hailed as the gentler Dye, some also call it their favorite for its indigenous intertwining landscaping, surprising slope changes, and majestic mountain backdrop.  Try your skill on Holes 11, 12, and 13, Paiute’s version of Amen Corner.  And, hole 4 is truly “the Par 3 to play.”.

The Wolf was the final course developed at Paiute and is known as the stiffest challenge, and most memorable experience. Rates are $20 higher for the unlimited golf to include the Wolf course. There are several highlight holes on the Wolf, but the most talked about is the par 3, 15th hole. This hole has similar features to the 17th at TPC Sawgrass–also a Dye Design–with water completely engulfing the green, other than the walking path to the left side of the putting surface.

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