Greenbrier, West introduce private-label wine
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va.– The Greenbrier introduced a private-label wine, Trefethen Cabernet Sauvignon, that will be served in the resort’s Prime 44 West restaurant.
Jerry West, the West Virginia legend for whom the restaurant is named, and his wife Karen selected the wine in a blind tasting.
“We love Trefethen wines and think this Cabernet Sauvignon is the perfect compliment to the Snake River Wagyu Tenderloin, Milk Fed Veal Chop, Colorado Double Lamb Chops and many of the other entrees on the menu,” West said.
The Wests, family friends of Greenbrier owner Jim Justice, were involved in the design and menu creation of Prime 44 West since its opening was announced in mid-2009.
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Troon Golf launched is 2011 Troon Card Program, which offers discounts of up to 50 percent at 48 participating facilities.
The 2011 card includes two new features:
• the Passbook, which is available with the purchase of any Arizona or National Troon Card. It has 14 one-time offers valued at nearly $1,000.
• and the members-only Troon Players’ Club, which is available for Arizona and National Troon Card holders. It includes a $100 Callaway gift card, 14 two-for-one golf certificates at select Troon courses, invitations to Players’ Club events and competitions, and a personal webpage to track playing statistics.
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KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Falcon’s Fire Golf Club has completed a $1.5 million renovation of its course and clubhouse.
All greens were resurfaced with TifEagle turf, an ultradwarf Bermuda grass. In addition, bunkers were enlarged, new run-off areas were created around some greens, fairways were resculpted, an improved greens irrigation and drainage system was installed, and new tee boxes were built on some holes to stretch the length to more than 7,000 yards. The club also brought in a new cart fleet equipped with GPS.
The upgrades in the clubhouse included new wall coverings, chandeliers, new tables and chairs, and an enhanced ballroom to host special events.
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