Stuff 9 golf courses in your golfer’s stocking this holiday season
November 22, 2006
It’s the timeless holiday quandary – what do you get the golfer who has it all? How about what he or she really wants … to actually play golf! It’s easy this year with the “Ticket to Paradise,” a pass to play all the Divine 9 golf courses in the Carson City/Carson Valley.
Only 200 passes are available for 2007 so beat Santa’s last-minute shopping and order yours today.
The “Ticket to Paradise” is $295 and doesn’t require a workshop of elves to put together or a sleigh of reindeer to deliver. The pass includes one round of golf at each of the nine courses: Carson Valley, Dayton Valley, Eagle Valley East, Eagle Valley West, Empire Ranch, Genoa Lakes Ð Lakes and Resort Courses, Silver Oak and Sunridge and use of a golf cart.
The “Ticket to Paradise” also includes various discounts and offers at area casinos: $10 in free slot play at Carson Valley Inn; 20 percent off dinner for two at the Carson Nugget; 20 percent off any purchase of $40 or more at the Steakhouse in the Gold Dust West – Carson City; $10 in free slot play from the Carson Station; a free hospitality suite for groups of 10 or more at The Plaza Hotel.
To reserve a pass now, visit: http://www.DivineNine.com or call 687-7410 or (800) NEVADA-1; or stop by the Carson City Convention and Visitors Bureau or the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Authority. Passes will be mailed by Dec. 8.
The pass is transferable, making it a great gift for friends or business associates.
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About the Divine 9
The Divine 9 member courses offer golfers a variety of challenging valley and desert layouts. Noted designers, architects and professional golfers are affiliated with the courses including Arnold Palmer at Dayton Valley Country Club, Johnny Miller and John Harbottle III at Genoa Lakes Golf Resort, and Peter Jacobsen and Harbottle at Genoa Lakes.
There are 144 holes to play and more than 70,000 yards of high desert, open valley golf with meandering rivers and creeks, sagebrush lined fairways, elevation changes, generous fairways – and tight ones, too, along with the spectacular natural beauty of the area.