Beaver Creek to host Women’s Invitational
August 31, 2010
BEAVER CREEK – A golf event designed exclusively for ladies, the 4th Annual Beaver Creek Women’s Invitational is Sept. 9-10.
After a kick-off party on Sept. 8 at Park Meadows on the Front Range, the Beaver Creek Golf Club offers participants a private golf clinic hosted by Lana Ortega and the choice between a competitive two-person best ball and a non-competitive two-person shamble.
Two-person teams pay $1,750 for private rooms and $1,550 for a shared room. A portion of the proceeds benefit Families First Colorado, an organization that provides services which strengthen families, empower parents, and nurture children. Along with the choice between the competitive and non-competitive events, the entry fee provides participants with:
• Four invitations to the kick-off event at the Microsoft Store and Brio Tuscan Grille at Park Meadows
• Private golf clinic hosted by Lana Ortega, a Top 50 Golf Instructor
• Accommodations for each player on Thursday and Friday night at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek
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• Brunch at the Rendezvous Club, apres golf and dinner party at The SaddleRidge Restaurant, breakfast, lunch and on-course stations for both days, and a Dine-a-Round in Beaver Creek Village
• Gift bag, which includes $100 Park Meadows Retail Resort gift card, LaSandia $25 gift card, Mikuni $20 gift card and the Inverness $25 gift card, plus other gifts from merchants as well individual and team prizes.
Participants may also enjoy resort activities such as discounted golf at Red Sky Golf Club and Beaver Creek Golf Club. Spa discounts are also available at the Allegria Spa in the Park Hyatt.
For more information, contact Jeff Manson, tournament director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-493-1729, ext. 15.
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