LAS VEGAS, Nev. (May 26, 2017)–The cost of golf just got better with the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort’s 2017 Summer PACC (Players Advantage Club Card) program. The card, which is good from June 1, 2017-Aug. 31, 2017, is priced at $59 for golf only or $159 for the program in addition to unlimited range use. The program offers members the lowest guaranteed rates available for time of play. For frequent golfers, the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort just gave players one more great reason to make the resort their playing destination that features three Pete Dye golf courses. –By Bill Bowman.

“Our Summer PACC program is one of the best deals in town,” says Jeff Reid, general manager. “Not only do you get our lowest posted rates but you also get the back in credit when you purchase a 2018 PACC card so it’s really a win-win.”

Players can use their $59 or $159 summer program fees as a discount for a 2018 PACC full-season card and they also receive a 10% credit for each paid round to cut down the price of future rounds at any of the three courses and can accumulate the savings each time they play to lower the cost of a future round.

Members also receive 14-day advance booking and can book up to 7 guests at your PACC member rate plus $10. That means that you and the rest of your foursome can play 18 holes for as little as $170, depending on the day and time you want to tee it up.

There are also discounts for juniors and men’s league play along with 15% off golf shop merchandise.

Check with the golf shop for complete program information along with summer playing rates by visiting or calling 702-658-1400.

The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort features three impressive Pete Dye designs–The Wolf, Sun Mountain and Snow Mountain.

The Wolf is also the cornerstone course, reaching an intimidating 7,604 yards, making it one of the longest courses anywhere. But with multiple sets of tees, this masterpiece is playable for everyone.

At Snow Mountain and Sun Mountain, golfers will take on courses that are gorgeous and–most importantly–fun. Both are around 7,100 yards in length with risk/reward holes galore.

And remember, this is a ‘Summer’ card…and we all know what that means—warmer temperatures. The resort has that covered. “Due to our elevation, we are 7-10 degrees cooler than the Strip and in the middle of summer, it makes a huge difference,” says Reid.