Las Vegas, Nev. (May 14, 2015)–Let’s face it, we’re all looking for a good deal for that next round of golf in Las Vegas. But, what if you could get a great deal on a round of golf…day after day and round after round. You can when you sign up for the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort’s 2015 Summer PACC program. Iis one DYE-namic deal for you loyal Las Vegas locals. –By Bill Bowman
The program, which has a $59 membership cost ($99 if you want to include the range pass), gives players great rates (as low as $30) from May 18-Aug. 31, 2015. Players must be a Clark County resident to sign up.
Here are just a few of the benefits to the program: Access to three award-winning Pete Dye Golf Courses, discounted rates for up to 7 guests (your rate plus $10), 14-day booking window, discounts on events and merchandise in the golf shop. Players can also use their summer membership fee as a credit toward a 2016 Annual PACC Membership.
The three courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resortinclude The Snow Mountain (the original course), The Sun Mountain (the second layout) and the Wolf Course (the latest and toughest).
The Snow Mountain course plays 7,164 yards from the back tees. Water comes into play on seven of the holes. Add in the Dye railroad-tie bunkering and you’ve got a course that is as beautiful as it is challenging.
The Sun Mountain plays to 7,112 yards from the tips. It’s the par 4s on this 18-hole layout that offer the most variety. From 365 yards to 465 yards, these holes play in a variety of directions. So no matter which hole players are facing, they will need to take elevation changes and wind direction into account before hitting shots.
The Wolf, which comes in at a knee-knocking 7,604 yards from the tips, will test players from start to finish. The course’s signature hole, the par-3 15th, features an island green. It’s a tranquil setting with the lake glistening in the sunlight. But it’s a daunting shot from the tee.
All three courses offer tremendous shot-making opportunities combined with beautiful surroundings. It’s just you and the golf courses. There’s no housing, no traffic. This is DYE-lightful.