Las Vegas, Nevada (December 14, 2013)–It seems like only yesterday that news broke of horrific flooding on each of the three Pete Dye courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. In reality, the floods hit in late August, and just a few days later course ownership and management made the decision to shut down the Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain, and Wolf courses for repairs. Rumors hit that the resort would never re-open. But by October 1, Snow Mountain was back, and Sun Mountain returned on November 1. The Wolf is on schedule to be back in action by January 1, 2014. A great way to celebrate the Holidays and the full return of the resort is to reserve the popular Golf-A-Palooza Vegas golf special deal which gives golfers a free replay following the original round. Click now to reserve your Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort tee times and deals. –By Brian Hurlburt.
The courses are back as good as new, and when the Wolf opens it will be in perfect condition after not having a golfer on it for about four months. Greens are smooth and fairways are divot free. And if you want to enjoy even more golf at Paiute, you can reserve the special Bounce Back deal and earn a 20% discount on rounds reserved following your initial play day. The Bounce Back deal is also good when you reserve the Golf-A-Palooza Free Replay deal extending your savings even more.
The Golf-A-Palooza deal also includes free lunch and range balls plus 50% off on rental clubs. Call the resort at 800.711.2833 to reserve this deal and the special Bounce Back rates. Paiute offers TaylorMade RBZ rental clubs in top condition.
“From the moment we made the decision to close the courses because there was no way to deliver a Paiute-caliber experience due to the damage incurred, we started to create and then execute a plan to re-open as soon as possible,” Chad Gunier, General Manager, told us in October about the overall plan of action to return the Paiute to glory. “Our tribal leadership was 100% behind us every step of the way and gave us every resource that was needed. The end result is that golfers will, again, play golf courses that are up to our standards and that of World Golf Hall of Famer Pete Dye, the designer of the courses. Throughout the entire process our loyal golfers and supporters have been very supportive. A positive of this situation has been that we have gained an even deeper appreciation for how much our golf courses are loved and enjoyed by visiting and local golfers.”
Overall, the resort is known as a kinder, gentler Pete Dye golf experience, and each of the courses are Signature Pete Dye layouts. Dye and his company were briefed on the repair process and have told Paiute officials that they are amazed at how quickly they were able to respond to the severe damages.