Sun Mountain Course


"Tav-Ai-Kaiv"




Framed by Yucca and Joshua trees, this hole sets the tone for a memorable outing. Favor the left side of this long downhill Par 4.

 



With a spectacular view of the Sheep Mountain range, this short downhill Par 4 requires only a fairway wood off the tee to set up an easy approach..

 



Generous landing area on this Par 5 allows the golfer a chance to swing away. However, keep your shot right for the best approach to the green.

 



This demanding Par 3 requires a long carry over water. With a bunker right and little bail out to the left, there is not much room for error. Hit it and hope.



    Another long carry over water awaits at this uphill Par 4. The left side of the fairway is the safe place to be and will setup an easier shot into an undulating green.



    A classic Pete Dye hole framed with his trademark railroad ties. Keep your tee shot right, leaving you the safest approach into a green heavily bunkered on the left.



    With native desert running down the left side and bunkers right, this double dog-leg Par 5 is reachable in two for the longer hitter.



    Your shot must carry the native desert to a green heavily bunkered on the left. The large but shallow green can leave a long putt..



    Bite off as much of the native desert as you can on the tee shot. Ball left to the right side of the fairway will have a longer approach to a shallow, tricky green.



    Short Par 4. Receptive fairway will set up birdie opportunities.



    You will need all you brought in your bag for this long Par 5 that meanders its way uphill to a plateau green. A shallow green makes correct club selection important.



    This longest and slightly uphill Par 4 will reward the longer player. Without a long drive, a long iron will await your approach. The back left lobe of the green is Dye's favorite pin position. Good luck.



    Another long drive is necessary to set up an approach onto a tricky, tiered green



    A great Par 3 with plenty of length. The sod-faced bunker off the front of the green appears intimidating but leaves plenty of room.



    Take your chances on this short par 4. The safe tee shot is to the left but will leave you with a forced carry on the approach. Those attempting to drive the green must find the upper fairway pad guarded by bunkers left and the native desert right.



    The wide-open tee shot is the only break given on this hole. Second shot must carry a pot bunker in the center of the fairway.



    Although this is the shortest hole, a long, difficult green awaits. The back of the green breaks away and is difficult to hold.



    An excellent finishing hole with water on the left and bunkers on the right. A lofty shot will be necessary to carry the pot bunker in front of the green.

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The second course of the trio shines in at 7,112 total yards. It houses expansive rolling terrain and enchanting scenery with a monstrous mountain backdrop, indigenous desert landscape, and sweeping slope changes. The resort staff hails Sun Mountain as their favorite because of the quality conditions and natural framing. Golfers will warm to the experience of Sun Mountain with its four tee options.

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Just 25 minutes northwest of the famed Las Vegas Strip, this international golf destination is serving up the ultimate trio of magnificent, championship golf courses. Sculpted by World Golf Hall of Fame architect Pete Dye, theses courses are his only pure designs in Nevada.

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