Las Vegas Golf Resort is Vegas's best kept secret

Resting in the undisturbed beauty of the Southern Nevada desert lies a golf experience like no other. This majestic resort, otherwise known as Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort sits about 25 miles northwest of the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The international golf destination offers avid travelers a welcoming escape from the city’s constant noise and urban development.

Serving up the ultimate trio of magnificent, top-ranked championship golf courses, Snow Mountain, Sun Mountain, and The WOLF intertwine nature’s indigenous life with the edge-of-the-world. Sculpted by world-class architect Pete Dye, these courses are his only signature designs in Nevada.  

With no buildings or homes on any of the courses, you’ll feel like you’re in a dream at this iconic resort.

The Signature Three Courses

The Wolf

The Wolf course at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort

The WOLF features large greens, dramatic slope changes, and undulations. Hole 15 has its very own island green, to test every type of golfer.  The longest course in the state is the newest and most challenging course of the three. With five tee options, the raw beauty of this course is a must-play for every visitor!

Signature Holes: #8,  and #15

Snow Mountain

Snow Mountain golf course at Las Vegas Paiute Resort at Las Vegas Paiute

This is the original course and every golfer’s favorite, due to its wide rye grassy fairways. Featuring a whopping 7 holes with water hazards, railroad-tie bunkers and dogleg finishing holes, there’s no wonder this one tops the list.

Signature Holes: #16, #17 & #18

Sun Mountain

Best Vegas golf course to visit is Sun Mountain at Las Vegas Paiute

With rolling terrain and captivating scenery, Sun Mountain sure lives up to its name. The mountain backdrop, slope changes, and the desert setting are why its coined as the staff’s favorite of the three. This course features the most bunkers of the three and has wider fairways.

Signature Holes: #4 & #6


Facilities and the clubhouse at Las Vegas Paiute

With 2 all grass practice facilities on site, you’ll be able to work on your game before you head out for your round. 

Every course has a snack bar located at the turn, so you’ll be able to pick up some cold ones and food to reenergize for the final 9.

Inside the modern 50,000 square foot clubhouse, is the largest golf course golf shop on the strip. So, picking up some swag won’t be an issue on your trip!

Where to Stay

While the resort does not offer on-property lodging amenities, it is encouraged to lodge at the Aliante Hotel and Casino, located about 15 minutes away from the resort. And yes, this is located in the middle of the strip!

Another alternative is staying in Summerlin which is about 20 minutes away. If you’re looking to stay at a higher-end hotel during your stay, Mandalay Bay, Bellagio, Aria, Vdara, and the Venetian all are superior options.


The resort offers a fully serviced bar and grill that is infamous for its Honey Jalapeno Cilantro Wings and Bloody Marys. On the weekends, they offer a live omelet station and a breakfast buffet. Golfers receive a discount on this but it is also open to the public.  They also have an outdoor terrace where you can eat and watch golfers finishing up their round.

Getting There

Using Ship Sticks to Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort

And lastly, ship your clubs ahead! If you’re playing over the span of a couple of days or just for the day, they will store your clubs overnight for you complimentary in the cart barn. Now, go enjoy your trip out to one of our favorite Vegas resorts!