The Ultimate Golf Getaway: The Golf Digest Gauntlet
Escape the winter doldrums by joining Golf Digest in sunny Scottsdale, Arizona, for a luxurious golf and gastronomy adventure December 7-11, 2016. The four-day getaway will showcase the majestic beauty of Scottsdale, providing a picturesque juxtaposition of its desert mountains to its lush green fairways that await your best shots.
The centerpiece of this one-of-a-kind experience is The Gauntlet tournament, which is comprised of three rounds of world-class golf. The first two rounds will be contested at the beautiful and challenging We-Ko-Pa and Grayhawk Golf Clubs. The final round, played in an exciting “obstacle golf” format, will be held at the world-renowned Troon North Monument course, where players will rely on inspired shot-making skills to navigate the course as reimagined by the creative minds at Golf Digest. (Hole challenges include pressure-launcher tee shots; putting to small and large cups; target tee shots; and playing with antique clubs, just to name a few.)
Great golf is not the only item on the itinerary. Guests will also indulge in amazing activities at Scottsdale’s hottest attractions and tantalize taste buds with multi-cultural Southwestern epicurean delights.
Three days of world-class golf at WE-KO-PA GC, Grayhawk GC and Troon North GC
Thrilling culinary and shopping experiences for non-golfers
Private dinner events at exclusive venues
Inside-the-ropes discussion hosted by Golf World Senior Writer and Tour insider Tim Rosaforte
December 7-11, 2016
Lodging at the Five-Diamond Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
A lavish gift bag
144 playing spots–two-person team best ball (gross score) format*
All the action will be highlighted in Golf Digest
ENTRY FEE | ONLY 144 PLAYING SPOTS AVAILABLE
(experience includes golf, lodging, meals and transportation to and from venues, airfare not covered)
$2,500 per person (single occupancy)
$4,500 per couple (double occupancy)
$2,000 per person (no hotel accommodations)
*Airfare not included. Limited availability offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.