LAS VEGAS, NV (Jan. 23, 2020)–Three beautiful courses are located at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort–designed by the legendary Pete Dye–and there are a lot of nice deals to play them. Sun Mountain, Snow Mountain and Wolf are the three, and here’s the deal info. –by Bill Bowman, Las Vegas Golf Insider.
“Whether it’s one round or two in a day, we have different options and specials for everyone,” says Ayeesha McKeany, director of marketing. “With three amazing Pete Dye courses here, you can spend a few days here and experience something different every day.”
Adding to the choices at the resort, located just north of Las Vegas, are the options for playing two of the courses the same day with the Golf-A-Palooza deal. Pay to play one of the courses and the savings begin. They will then throw in lunch, a second round the same day at the course of your choice and 50 percent off club rentals if you need them.
But, there’s more. If you want to play just one round of golf when you book but want to return and tee it up again (within the same 30 days), they offer the choice of the Bounceback rate. It’s simple: Book and play a round on one of the three courses and your next round will be at a 20 percent discount.
One quick note: The GolfAPalooza and Bounceback rates must be booked directly through the resort by calling 1.800.711.2833.
Oh, we’re not through yet with the choices. They have membership choices including the Platinum Club and the PACC (Paiute Advantage Club Card). Click here for Platinum membership details and rates and here for the PACC details and rates.
The three Dye courses–Sun, Snow and Wolf–add to the choices.
Snow Mountain is the original course and opened in 1995. Sun Mountain came onto the golf scene a year later. Both have stood the test of time with their elegance and challenge. Both play right around 7,100 yards, but with different tee choices they are playable by everyone. Highlights include impressive par-3s and finishing holes that will test players’ shot-making skills and aggressiveness.
Then comes the Dye-namic layout.
The Wolf opened in 2001 and its length (7,604 yards), rolling fairways, undulating greens and a featured island hole (the par-3 15th that can reach 180-plus yards from the tips) gives players a look at Dye’s designing expertise at its fullest.
There you have it: A golf resort with enough choices to satisfy every golfers’ needs…and all in one location.