Snow Mountain is the original course at Paiute Golf Resort, and may very well be the toughest. Pete Dye’s design has golfers of all levels battling it out and hitting up golf packagers to make this part of their Las Vegas golf package.
Just 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, Snow Mountain is often considered the course to play at the 54-hole Paiute Resort, and with good reason. You’ll be playing on a course that is tailor made to its natural setting, but with one exception – the water. It starts with a par 3 to a peninsula green at No. 16, works to a tough par 5 at No. 17 and finishes with a par 4 that seems to wrap itself around a lake as much as dogleg left it at No. 18. It’s truly an amazing set of holes that finish of a superb day of golf.
The Snow Mountain course also has wide rye grass fairways, traditional Dye railroad-tie bunkers, dog-leg finishing holes, and a progressive layout.
With incredibly scenic views of Sin City as well as the mountains, Snow Mountain will dazzle players from the first hole, however. And with impeccable conditioning and brilliant service, you’ll see why the Snow Mountain Course at Paiute Golf Resort is a must play for those that make Las Vegas their No. 1 golf destination.
There are 2 other championship courses at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort, all of which were designed by Pete Dye : Sun Mountain, which is considered the easiest of the three, and Wolf is the newest and most challenging.