Tav-ai-Kaiv Sun Mountain Course at Las Vegas Paiute Resort Ratings & Reviews
7 days ago
Without Ginny and Pam our wedding would not have turned out as amazing as it had. Every question, no matter how small or how big they answered in a very quick fashion. We must have stopped by the venue ten or fifteen times to check centerpieces, votives, lighting, colors, and more. Every single time they made sure to make time to meet with us.
The venue itself is absolutely breathtaking. Can’t get more beautiful than a lush green golf course with the backdrop of mountains dotting the distance.
The food was a huge hit with our guests. We went with the mashed potato bar which was so much fun. Originally there was no food tasting dinner, but Ginny and Pam were able to work with management and host one. This was a huge help!!
Overall we are extremely happy that we chose Paiute for our ceremony site and reception. The staff was super helpful and made our wedding a memorable one for us and our guests.
about 2 months ago
A must-play destination for avid golfers. Located just north of Las Vegas city limits this three 18-hole Pete Dye designed complex has rolling fairways, greens, bunkers and water hazards to challenge golfers of all handicaps. With ample water rights these courses are always in lush condition. The Wolf course is the signature for Paiute with it's island green par three on the back nine. The clubhouse features spectacular desert vistas and friendly staff. Food is very good. Parking is never an issue and valet service gets your clubs safely to and from the bag drop.
21 days ago
Would definitely recommend to play. Challenging greens that will punish you. Well manicured. Nice employees. Great clubhouse (seriously). Will come back again.
Word to the wise, however. It's cooler out here because of the elevation change and we did not give that enough credit. In the summer months that's a plus, but in February there is a significant difference. Teeing off near the strip around 745 is cool but comfortable. Teeing off here at 745 is freezing, and it took us 5 to 6 holes to feel warm.