The Las Vegas Paiute (Pie-ute) Golf Resort is nothing but the best. Coming from Pete Dye would you expect any less? The facility was ranked #1 in 2004 from VegasGolfer Magazine receiving the fairway award for “Best Overall Experience.” Being that Las Vegas has been in a major water shortage for some time now, it helps that Paiute has three of its own water wells, enabling the maintenance crew to keep the three courses as plush and soft as courses are on tour even though the facility is in the middle of the desert.

With an adobe style club house the size of a small hotel, the Paiute Golf Resort is top-notch when it comes to basically everything: apparel, accessories, food, drinks, service and style. With enough square footage to host the next Superbowl, the club house carries refreshments, lunch, and dinner. Even better is that the facility is perfect for tournament receptions, weddings, or banquets. With a three story ceiling in the main entrance area and windows that stretch the entire length from top to bottom, the room gives off a wonderful feeling whether you shoot a 70 or over 100. Sitting at the bar or in the restaurant you can gaze at the lake of the 18th on Snow Mountain and off into the ubiquitous mountains.

Being that the course is smack dab in the middle of the desert, there are no houses built around or near the course. This gives the golfer true silence from the cumbersome noises of the outside world. Some noises that the golfer might come across would come from the wildlife that surrounds the facility living in their natural habitat. Dye knew what he was doing by designing a facility away from the strip so the golfer can come out to the true landscape of Vegas and play three of the best courses in the city: Sun Mountain, Snow Mountain, or the famous Wolf Course.