The course has played host to multiple PGA and LPGA Tour Events, but Las Vegas National Golf Club is probably best known as the place where Tiger Woods got his first PGA Tour victory in 1996.
Snow Mountain is the first of three Pete Dye designed courses at the Paiute Golf Resort and it’s typically considered the course to play. Covering over 7,100 yards, Snow Mountain is ideally suited to the natural desert setting, featuring expansive rye grass fairways, seven holes with water elements and thick rough all undulating through the native terrain.
Perhaps the tamest of the three Pete Dye designed courses at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, the Sun Mountain course is a favorite of many simply because of its secluded location.
The Pete Dye designed Wolf course at the Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort was created to give the skilled player a run for his money. And this dramatic par-72 course more than succeeds, earning a reputation as the toughest course in the entire Southwest.
Tucked away in the charming gated community of Los Prados, a development in the northwest corner of the Las Vegas valley, the Los Prados Golf Course is a locals’ favorite.