Flooding Dampens Great Conditions at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort

Updated info: due to damage, golf at paiute is closed until October 1. More details follow. Read on for more details.

Las Vegas, Nevada (August 26, 2013)–One of the go-to places to play golf during overseeding season in the Las Vegas Golf Region is the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. But recent flooding October 1, 2013. Read on for more details and information. –By Brian Hurlburt

Each of the three courses incurred damage in recent flooding, which was caused by the loss of trees and vegetation during the major Carpenter One forest fire in the Mount Charleston area. The resort management and crews are working diligently to fix the damage, and believe at least one course will be open by September 1 with the other two to follow shortly thereafter.

"As always, we are dedicated to providing the best in playing conditions, and while this is a setback, we will come back better than ever and will serve our golfing guests in the same wonderful manner they are used to at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort," says Chad Gunier, Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort General Manager. " For all updates, we ask golfers to check our website and Facebook and Twitter accounts, and we thank them for their patience, and most importantly, their support over the years."

Annually golfers flock to Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain and The Wolf during the overseeding time of the year because the courses at Paiute don't undergo the overseed process. But still remain in top condition all year round.

Schedule of operations at Paiute as of August 26, 2013

* The Concierge and Pro Shop will be open daily from 7:00am – 3:00 pm. 

* Sun Mountain & Wolf will reopen shortly thereafter with the timetable to be determined in the next few days.

 

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