At the base of the beautiful Spring Mountains lies the Paiute Golf Resort, which is a phenomenal development featuring 3 Pete Dye-designed championship golf courses, and is among the best regarded around the entertainment capital of the world.
The Wolf Course is the newest addition at the Paiute complex, and is not only its most difficult, but is also the longest in Nevada, peaking at a whopping 7,604 yards. The extraordinary length is tempered by the addition of five separate sets of tees, and the quality of the design is equalled by the natural beauty of the surroundings. The course was officially unveiled with a challenge match between Annika Sorenstam and Karrie Webb, who shot 65 and 64 respectively.
The Sun Mountain Course is the most forgiving of Paiute's three, and is 7,112 yards from the back markers. Situated away from the resort's interior, the Sun Mountain is a favourite with nature lovers, and its aesthetic beauty is unsurpassed; the views of the mountain backdrop are awe-inspiring from the signature 12th hole.
Snow Mountain is a classic Pete Dye design, and was the original course that kicked it all off at Paiute. The course can reach 7,164, and includes typical features of its architect, especially its imaginative bunkering and dog-leg fairways. The signature hole is the short 16th.Feeling ballsy? Tackle the Wolf Course from the 7,604 yard tournament tips.