Paiute Golf Resort - Sun Mountain
Considered by many to reveal the softer side of Pete Dye, Sun Mountain offers a softer challenge than its siblings Snow Mountain and Wolf, but still packs quite a challenging punch. Sun Mountain combines rye-grass fairways, bentgrass greens and Dye’s trademark railroad-tie trimmed bunkers, and is framed by Yucca and Joshua trees. The golf course also features an array of wildflowers located in the vast waste areas separating the holes form the rugged desert terrain.
The Paiute Resort is without question a must see on your next trip to Las Vegas. If you are planning a September or October visit to Las Vegas, Paiute is an even more appealing option as none of the three courses at Paiute go through the overseeding process, which many of the courses in the valley go through during this period.
Sun Mountain's great scenery and relatively forgiving nature make it popular with groups and others looking to have a memorable round of golf in Las Vegas, one of the nation's great golf destinations. Meticulous conditioning makes it even more of a draw, along with the famous service that players receive at Paiute Golf Resort. From the clubhouse to the final hole, you'll quickly see why Sun Mountain is one of Paiute Golf resort's, and Las Vegas's surprises.