Golf Course Details:
The original Snow Mountain course (and a true golfer’s favorite) has wide rye grass fairways, seven holes with water, traditional Dye railroad-tie bunkers, dog-leg finishing holes, and the best par three's on the resort.Sun Mountain the 2nd in the trio is considered the tamest of the courses. Hailed as the gentler Dye, some also call it their favorite for its indigenous intertwining landscaping, surprising slope changes, and majestic mountain backdrop. Try your skill on Holes 11, 12, and 13, Paiute's version of Amen Corner. And, hole 4 is truly "the Par 3 to play."The land that surrounds the Wolf Course is flat with a lot of rocks. The Wolf features numerous doglegs and several forced carries over desert waste areas. The fairways are wide but the greens have numerous false fronts, and backs that lead the ball away from the hole if you hit an errant shot.