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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort

Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort features three championship courses — Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain and Wolf—and displays 360 degree views. Located just 23 miles from the Strip and a straight shot from Summerlin, Paiute proves that one-of-a-kind now comes in threes with its 54 unique holes, sculpted by World
Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye. Also the award-winning 50,000 square foot clubhouse, with its restaurant and bar, country-club-caliber food and the largest Golf Shop in Nevada, is the perfect 19th hole with its floor to ceiling windows that literally bring the outdoors “in.”

Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort

10325 Nu-Wav Kaiv Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89124
(800) 711-2833
www.realpuregolf.com

Wolf

Howls at 7,604 total yards ... Longest course in Nevada ... Come take a bite. The newest and most difficult, also known as the signature course, leads
the pack but golfers can temper the challenge with its five tee options. Also incredibly fun, Wolf was voted “Best Golf Course” in the 2011 Best of Las Vegas Awards by the writers and editors of the Las Vegas Review Journal. Marrying remarkable length with raw beauty,
the course is infamous for its severe undulations, alternate landing areas, and a stunning 15th hole island green.

Snow
Snow Mountain, Paiute’s original course, storms in at 7,146 yards with four sets of tees, water on seven holes and Pete Dye’s signature railroad ties framing most bunkers. With none of the course’s wide, ryegrass fairways running parallel to each other, Snow Mountain remains a favorite among golfers. Starting with the intimidating par-three 16th, Snow Mountain’s three water-lined finishing holes present risk-reward challenges for all players.

Sun Mountain
Sun Mountain, while considered the gentler Dye of the trio, excels its own set of dares. Shining at 7,112 yards, the par-three 4th is considered the most challenging on the property and holes 12, 13 and 14 are The Paiute’s version
of “Amen Corner.” Located away
from the interior of the resort, the rolling terrain and enchanting scenery seemingly transport players to the edge of the world. The monstrous mountain backdrops, sweeping slope changes, and four tee options inspire golfers.

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