Las Vegas, Nev. (June 2, 2016)–World-renowned golf course architect Pete Dye got it right at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort. In fact, he got it right not once, not twice, but three times at the resort, designing three outstanding 18-hole courses that offer players 54 holes of Dye-namic golf.–By Bill Bowman

And it’s not just the golf that players will enjoy. It’s also the solitude golfers. There’s no traffic and there’s no housing. It’s just you and the course…or courses.

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The Wolf, the newest of the three courses, is also the cornerstone. At 7,604 yards, it’s one of the longest courses players can tackle. But beware. Unless your last name is McIlroy or Day, playing from the tips can be hazardous to your score.

But, if players tee it up on the proper set of tees, they will find a course that is as playable as it is challenging. With rolling fairways and undulating greens, players will find an inviting layout that will test players’ shotmaking skills. And those skills will certainly be on display at the par-3 15th…the Wolf’s famed island green. At 182 yards, you might not think it’s all that difficult. But, once players see the island green, their views will certainly change. It’s one of the most daunting tee shots players will face anywhere.

At Snow Mountain (the first course designed at the resort) and Sun Mountain, players will find a pair of courses that are both beautiful, playable and–most importantly–fun. Both play to around 7,100 yards and feature risk/reward par 5s. Add in par 3s that will test players’ distance control, water features (3 on the Sun and 7 on the Snow) and Pete Dye’s famous railroad tie bunkering and you’ve got the complete package.

The resort, located in northwest Las Vegas, offers just what golfers look for when they are scoping out that perfect spot: great golf, wallet-friendly pricing and variety.

Whether golfers tee it up on just one of the courses or take a crack at all three, they will find a golf destination that will do two things: leave lasting memories and bring them back for more.