Online golf auction benefits Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — An online golf auction featuring vacations at some of the country’s premier resorts will benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe.
One week vacations to Kauai and destinations of choice in the United States, golf foursomes at private clubs, sports and movie memorabilia, a chef-prepared dinner for 10 in your own home, as well as $1,000 of wine are all available through Monday, Oct. 28, at the auction.
More than 30 prizes can be found at bgclt.charitygrow.org/.
In addition to golf at private courses in the Bay Area, including Olympic Club, Claremont, and Sequoyah; Palm Spring with Stone Eagle and Plantation; Sacramento area with Meadow Vista, and Sierra View; at Winchester; and Clear Creek Tahoe at the lake, and premium courses in Phoenix: Ancala CC, Raven and Stonecreek; Southern California at Arroyo Trabuco; Orlando at Bella Collina; North Carolina at Pinehurst; and Texas at Lajitas; and Monterey at Poppy Hills and the East Bay at Poppy Ridge are all available.
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Near Tahoe, participating courses include Lake Tahoe Golf Course, Genoa Lakes, Coyote Moon, Grizzly Ranch and Clear Creek.
Savvy shoppers in search of birthday, anniversary or holiday gifts will also find attractive package deals with Tahoe and Reno area hotels, including multiple night stays, dining credits as well as spa treatments. There’s also Tahoe boat tours Lake Tahoe Boat Rides, a TikiBoat ride for 11, Tahoe Tastings Cruise, and a Tahoe Sport Fishing adventure. And above the Lake there’s a Tahoe Helicopters Tour.
Prizes also feature an “Ultimate Sports Fan Experience” with tickets to an NBA, NHL, MLB, or NFL game complete with airfare, three-nights lodging, limousine and concierge service; a Kennedy Space Center Astronaut Adventure including lunch with an astronaut, two-day visitor pass and airfare for two; a Bob Dylan acoustic guitar, Lebron autographed Lakers jersey, Bruce Bochy baseball, Charles Schulz “Snoopy as the Red Baron” hand drawn sketch, among other surprises.
Two-night stays at Anaheim Majestic Garden Hotel near Disneyland, in the ranch house at Sidney Peak Ranch in Steamboat Springs, Lajitas Resort in Alpine, Texas, a four-night stay at the Cottages at Pinehurst with golf for four at No. 8 and 9, and Tahoe hotels all with dining credits: Harrah’s/Harveys, MontBleu, Hard Rock, Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel (with four separate packages), Tahoe Lakeshore Lodge & Spa, and Reno’s Silver Legacy, all provide traveling in style.
For foodies, there’s a chef-prepared dinner for 10 in your own home; $1,000 of wine from Saladin Cellars; and a Fall gift basket from Heart Rock Herb & Spice Company.
Major one-week vacations from two of the world’s leading hospitality and vacation ownership groups, The Ridge Resorts and Diamond Resorts are both offering travelers a choice at their member properties around the world. It’s memorable destinations, countless activities and opportunities to recharge, reconnect with family or friends.
To improve play, sets of three Wilson Staff wedges are available courtesy of the American Century Championship.
The 26th annual Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe Classic at Edgewood tournament has been sold out for weeks. For the 26th consecutive year, Edgewood Tahoe donated the course – waiving green fees and providing meals and beverages for free to the Club to help generate maximum funding.
For information to participate with the tournament via sponsorship, auction, donations or for more details about the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe and its mission, please visit http://www.BGCLT.org.
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