Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort Earns Accolades, Goes ‘Green’

Las Vegas, Nevada (April 10, 2018)–There are three signature Pete Dye golf courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort and golfers love the place, at least it always seems that way. Well, now the resort has proof about the love it receives from golfers as each of the three courses were ranked in the top three in the Nevada rankings in the 2017 reader review rankings on GolfAdvisor.com. Plus, the resort has made a commitment to the environment and player satisfaction by putting in play 265 new, state-of-the-art lithium-powered EZ-GO golf carts. — By Brian Hurlburt.

The courses were ranked at the top out of 71 total eligible Nevada courses. The Wolf course at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort was ranked first, followed by sister Paiute courses Sun Mountain and Snow Mountain. The Wolf was also ranked 34th nationally. Each were designed by Dye, the World Golf Hall of Fame golf course architect.

“Our mission at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is to offer the ultimate guest experience and it is as simple as that,” general manager Jeff Reid says. “Our team continually looks at each area of our facility and we ask, ‘what can we do better?’ and it is always with our valued guests in mind. To be at the top of the review rankings out of thousands of reviews, and compared to other high-quality and world-class Nevada golf courses, is humbling. We appreciate so many taking the time to share their Paiute experiences.

“Adding the new carts is just another step in our ongoing guest efforts and we are also proud to do our part to minimize our environmental foot print. We already operate with best practices in mind throughout our facility and golf course maintenance operations, but to now utilize the best in E-Z-GO technology to take those efforts to the next level is extremely meaningful to us.”

The 265 E-Z-GO Elite model carts in play at Paiute is the largest fleet in the Western United States. The carts are estimated to be up to 59% more energy efficient than competitor brands. Golfers are noticing and commenting on better driving performance, expanded comfort, the interactive touch screen format for yardages and course information, score keeping and other cart features.

For continual updates and information, visit www.realpuregolf.com, the resort’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages or call the resort at 800.711.2833.

About the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort
The Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort is 54 Holes designed by World Golf Hall of Famer Pete Dye, and offers 360-degree views from each of the courses. Each course has been awarded 4 1/2 Stars by Golf Digest and voted “Best Value – Worth the Green Fee” by the 50,000+ members of Greenskeeper.org in addition to earning additional honors such as ranking as the top three Nevada courses in a 2017 GolfAdvisor.com review rankings poll. The resort is also known for hosting high-quality events in a stunning setting including Golf Channel national championships, PGA of America section events and major charity outings. From weddings to golf tournaments to corporate outings, the resort and the large and beautiful clubhouse is a multiuse facility that features a terrific backdrop for special events.

About the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe
The Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, located in both the downtown corridor and in northwest Las Vegas, became recognized as a Sovereign Nation through the Indian Reorganization Act of June 18, 1934, in conjunction with the Las Vegas Paiute Tribal Constitution, approved on July 22, 1970. The Tudinu (or Desert People), ancestors of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe, occupied the territory encompassing part of the Colorado River, most of Southeastern Nevada and parts of both Southern California and Utah. The tribe operates and owns the 54-championship-hole Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, which was also the first master-planned, multi-course facility of its kind built on Native American land.  The tribe also owns and operates the Las Vegas Paiute Smoke Shop, Snow Mountain Smoke Shop, Las Vegas Paiute Police Department, and Las Vegas Paiute Health and Human Services. All info at lvpaiutetribe.com.

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