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SCGA Member Outings: Stone Eagle Golf Club

May 16, 2017

 

If you are not an SCGA member and would like to become one, visit www.scga.org for information on how to join the SCGA and enjoy all the benefits that we offer.

 

Entry Deadline:  May 5, 2017 at 12:00 pm

Entry Fee:  $250 (includes golf, cart, range balls, caddie fee and lunch) Suggest Caddie Gratuity: $20 per player following round.

Group Entry: : If you would like to register more than one player at a time you may do so online or by printing out the group entry form and emailing, faxing or mailing it to the SCGA. The group entry form is online at: http://www.scga.org/pdfs/SCGAGroupForm.pdf

 

Schedule:           9:00 a.m. Shotgun 

Participant Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m.

 

Hotel Information: SCGA Preferred Hotel Pricing for desert events. These rates include breakfast 7days a week and Monday-Thursday complimentary evening social.  When reserving your rooms, mention you are part of the SCGA Member Outing Program.
 
Homewood Suites Palm Desert, located at 36999 Cook Street, Palm Desert, CA 92211.  Phone No. (760) 568-1600.
The rates are $119 for a Studio and $129 for a one bedroom.

 
Homewood Suites La Quinta, located at 45200 Washington St. La Quinta, CA 92253.  Phone No. (760) 391-4600.
The rates are $109 for a Studio King Suite, $119 for a One Bedroom King Suite, and $139 for a One Bedroom QQ Suite.    

 

Cancellations / Refunds:

If participants wish to cancel they may do so by calling or emailing the SCGA Club Services Department at (818) 980-3630 or afredlin@scga.org. Refund less $15.00 processing fee if requested prior to closing date. 50% refund after the closing date and 48 hours prior to the event. No refunds will be honored within 48 hours of the event.

 

Member Outings:

Member Outings allow SCGA members to participate in SCGA organized non-competitive golf outings. Member Outings focus on increasing the exposure of the SCGA to more golfers, who may not necessarily participate in SCGA Championship events. The SCGA would like Member Outings to be an opportunity for golfers of all skill ranges to enjoy a fun-filled day of golf with friends at an SCGA member golf course that they may not normally have the chance to play.

Events are open to all members (men and women) of all skill levels, who want to participate in no-pressure golf at a premier course. No Handicap Index required. Bring a group of friends or join us as a single and we’ll pair you with some future friends.

 

Please note that the each Member Outing will have a dress code in effect that all participants must adhere to. This may include the prohibition of cargo shorts, cargo pants and denim. The dress code will be emailed to each participant with the pairings.

 

PLAYER CODE OF CONDUCT POLICY:

These include, but are not limited to the following:

1) Willful damage of the golf course or golf course property

2) Club throwing or unnecessary club tossing

3) Offensive or unbecoming language

4) Public criticism of golf course or verbal abuse of SCGA staff, officials, volunteers, host club staff or other contestants

5) Potential endangerment of others

6) Conduct deemed unbecoming

 

Stone Eagle Golf Club:

Golf Course Architect:  Tom Doak

Hovering a thousand feet above the valley floor amid awe-inspiring land formations, the Stone Eagle golf course offers members and their guest a world of their own, on a golf course where the distractions of automobiles and houses are conspicuously absent.  Endless vistas, expansive, undulating fairways, terrific shot values and wide range classic strategic elements combine for an utterly enjoyable and fascinating golf experience.

Tom Doak has emerged as one of the most accomplished golf course architects of the modern era, with several works that are recognized as being among the best anywhere. A student of his craft as much as he is a practitioner, Tom has authored several books and essays on the subject of golf course design.

"My ideas on golf course design are shaped by having seen nearly every great course in the world -- more than 1,000 in all. It still fascinates me how different good courses can be from one another. Sometimes a stretch of ground will remind me of a golf hole I saw in Britain twenty years ago, but the best designs of all are organic, evolving from the subtleties of the ground they inhabit. The chance to create an interesting golf hole which is a bit different than anything I've seen before is what makes all the travel worthwhile."

www.stoneeagleclub.com

72-450 Stone Eagle Drive

Palm Desert, CA 92260

(760) 773-6165

 

Directions: I-10 or Hwy 111 exit Monterey Ave. south towards Palm Desert Monterey Ave. becomes Hwy 74; club is on the west side of Hwy 74, less than 2 miles south of Hwy 111 and El Paseo.

Directions: http://www.scga.org/courses/directory