Las Vegas, Nevada (May 4, 2011)–There are three signature Pete Dye-designed Las Vegas courses available for play at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. And the management of these three Las Vegas Golf gems report they are green from wall-to-wall and all aerification processes are finished for the spring. Also, they remind all Las Vegas golfers that the popular Golf-a-Palooza free replay Las Vegas golf deal is still available. –Staff report.
Through May 31, the free replay rates start as low as $159 but you can also gain an additional 20% discount if you also play the next day at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. What makes that even better is that you save more money but can play all three Dye courses over a two-day period. In addition to the chance of the free replay, golfers also receive free lunch and 50% rental clubs. The 'bounce back" rates apply for regular resort rates and Golf-a-Palooza rates. And, remember, these special rates are only available when you book direcly with the official website of the Paiute. Each of the links within this article give you access to that website. The rye and bent grasses of the course are green, green, green x 3 Pete Dye courses.
The three Las Vegas golf courses at the Paiute resort are Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain and The Wolf. Snow Mountain is the original while most believe that The Wolf is the most challenging. What most will agree on is that each of the courses are worth they play. Snow Mountain is described thusly: "Storms in at 7,164 total yards … Best Par 3s on the property. The original course (and a true golfer’s favorite) has wide rye grass fairways, seven holes with water, traditional Dye railroad-tie bunkers, dog-leg finishing holes, and a progressive layout. Do you like risk? Or, do you go for reward? Then you’ll love the challenge waiting for you in finishing holes 16, 17, 18." Yes. And, Snow Mountain is called 'the original', Sun Mountain 'the natural' and The Wolf 'the signature'.
Want to see the beauty of the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort? The Paiute is located about 25 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip and each course is played over the secluded Southern Nevada with zero houses in the exterior or interior of the courses. In fact, the only home or building you will see for miles is the beautiful clubhouse that features large windows, a restaurant and an outside event lawn perfect for weddings.