Las Vegas, Nevada (June 6, 2013)–The summer of 2013 is here and the time is right … for golf at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the home of three Pete Dye Las Vegas golf courses. And as of June 2, 2013, the official summer tee times rates are in effect at these Las Vegas resort golf courses. Twilight rates for visiting Las Vegas golfers start at $37 while primetime, weekend rates are $109. But also available is the official GolfaPalooza, where golfers can earn a free replay and lunch, plus 50% off club rentals. Click now to view all Las Vegas golf tee times rates at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort plus information on all special Vegas golf deals and discounts. And remember, it's always about 8 degrees cooler at the Paiute than others parts of the Vegas valley. –By Brian Hurlburt, Follow @LVGolfInsider for more Vegas golf deals and information.
The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort features Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain, and The Wolf Las Vegas golf courses, each designed by the legendary Pete Dye. Dye is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, and created three great layouts at the Paiute. Click now to view the official Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort photo gallery.
Snow Mountain "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." Reserve your Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort tee times now!
Sun Mountain, The Natural", "Storms in 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, The Signature, "Howls at 7,604 total yards … Longest course in Nevada … Come take a bite. The newest and most difficult, also know as the signature course, leads the pack but golfers can temper the challenge with its five tee options. The most difficult layout at The Paiute also holds the record as the longest course in Nevada. Marrying remarkable lenght with raw beauty, the course is infamous for its severe undulations, alternate landing areas, and a stunning 15th hole island green.