Balls, Clubs and Love??? … Golf Tips for Celebrating Valentine’s Day
January 30, 2012: Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort understands ‘golf romance’ and how to treat sweeties to a day on the course…and tagging along. Can you play your lie? Know where to park your cart? Ready to talk it up? After polling our golfers, instructors and staff, here’s the top tips of what to do:
1. Golf jokes are made for laughing, so do. Except if they can’t hit the ball.
2. Offer snacks liberally; a full golfer is a happy golfer.
3. Let your sweetheart drive the cart. At least it’ll get them off the green.
4. Compliment them. Often. Even if they’re back in the bunker for the fifth time.
5. Be courteous and don’t ever drive past the ladies tee box.
6. NEVER give unsolicited advice.
“We provide golf instruction of all sorts…even when it comes to affectionate game moves helping mates understand the basics of golfing togetherness,” said Bob Madsen, PGA, Director of Instruction at Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort. “Even if those couples aren’t matched in skill, we can help. Couples that play together, stay together and learning the basics can help cement that golf-bond.”
When one night together just isn’t enough, Sycuan offers their “Couples Retreat Package” for a full weekend of golfing fun. This includes two nights in the resorts newly renovated rooms, 3 hours of golf instruction, included greens fees, complimentary beverages, unlimited range balls and more. For the golfer who has everything, a few days on the course makes for the perfect relaxing getaway. For more information please visit http://www.sycuanresort.com.
Ultimate Romance Package Contest
Sycuan is also launching a contest around their “Ultimate Romance Package.” Couples submit their creative stories of how they met to win a free overnight stay at the resort and a private dinner for two at the Sycuan Café Grill. The romantic menu includes a full-course dinner of exotic aphrodisiac foods and two glasses of champagne to kick off the evening in style. “It was a creative idea with the romantic holiday in mind. Why not use aphrodisiacs as a way to entice our guests to come in and enjoy a romantic setting? It’s risqué and appealing at the same time,” said Sycuan’s award-winning Chef, Augie Saucedo.
To enter to win the “Ultimate Romance Package” please visit: http://www.facebook.com/sycuanresort.
ABOUT SYCUAN GOLF & TENNIS RESORT
Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort is a 425-acre golf resort managed by the Sycuan Tribe, and is nestled in the lush Dehesa Valley of El Cajon, California. Just a short 20-minute drive from downtown San Diego, the resort is the perfect place for a vacation, business retreat, conference, tournament or special event. The resort boasts 54 holes of championship golf and offers professional golf instruction through its PGA and LPGA certified Golf Academy. Also included are 11-lighted tennis courts, swimming pools, Primrose Spa, and delicious fine and casual dining options. Offering great values all year long, Sycuan Resort is a golfer’s paradise. For more information about Sycuan Golf & Tennis Resort please visit http://www.sycuanresort.comor call 800-457-5568. To schedule a group meeting or special event please contact Amy Hungerford Galusha, National Sales Manager at email@example.com or 619-219-6066. For press inquiries, please contact Robert Blodgett at 619-573-1061 xt. 311 or Robert@jacobtyler.com.
ABOUT THE SYCUAN BAND OF THE KUMEYAAY NATION
Members of the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation have resided in and around the San Diego area for nearly 12,000 years. The Sycuan Tribal Government operates one of the region’s premier Indian gaming and resort facilities, the Sycuan Resort and Casino. The Sycuan Tribe demonstrates its strong commitment to the San Diego region through its support of hundreds of civic and charitable organizations. The Tribe, through the Sycuan Tribal Development Corporation (STDC), also seeks to reinvest in the San Diego community with a progressive business development effort. To date, STDC has purchased Sycuan Resort (formerly Singing Hills Country Club) and the historic U.S. Grant Hotel and Conference Center in National City. For more information about Sycuan visit www.sycuan.com.