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Golf Outing

Annual Golf Outing Supporting Industry Scholarships

Helen and Jerry Stocks Memorial Golf Outing

Monday, October 20, 2014, Desert Pines Golf Club
Bus transportation departs Caesars Palace at 7:30 a.m. for a Shotgun start at 8:30. Lunch provided.

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Desert Pines

Network with parking pros & support the Parking Industry Institute while hitting the links.  Don’t miss this opportunity to play at Desert Pines Golf Club—a Golf  Digest Top 50 Resort Course—and connect with decision makers on the golf course! This is a great way for C-Suite execs to meet, for vendors to host clients and for golf aficionados to spend a day on the links.

Announcing a New Partnership with Wounded Warrior Project. This year, in addition to raising money for the PII Scholarship Fund, we will also be establishing a new and separate scholarship to be awarded annually to a Wounded Warrior through a partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project. Come out to support the parking industry, and our troops. 

If you have a personal interest in being paired with a Warrior in this tournament or if you would like to sponsor a Warrior’s attendance at this year’s conference, please email info@npapark.org.

Golf Digest Top 50 Resort Course. Experience the amazing country club amenities and a top course at the Desert Pines Golf Club. All 18 greens are completely rebuilt and topped with new bent grass putting surfaces. This famed course was renovated in 2007 after its initial 1997 opening. This gives you a Tour quality aspect to the round with speeds planned to roll around a 10. This is a fun course playing to 6,8,10 yards from the tips. It has a Slope/Rating of 70.4/122 with three sets of tees and a par of 71. Generous mounding separates the fairways and can often result in lucky breaks as a hastily stuck ball can bounce back into the fairway.

Desert Pines Plenty of bunkers, water and some narrow fairway stretches are great equalizers both long ball hitters and those with a good short game. This course gives players of all abilities a fun and enjoyable experience ... you may well use every club in your bag.

This is a great way for C-Suite execs to meet, for vendors to host clients and for golf aficionados to spend a day on the links. Enjoy this great opportunity to network with your colleagues and play golf at Desert Pines in support of the PII Scholarship Fund.

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More About the Course: On arrival you see famed golf legends from the 30's and 40's. Walter Hagen and Francis Ouimet (1934) are joined there by Champion Claude Harmon at the 1948 Masters on Augusta National's #13, pant legs rolled up and hitting out of wet marsh area. There is Bobby Jones smoking a cigar and dapper Gene Sarazan sitting on the grass as a spectator. Desert Pines was built for, and is run by, people who love and respect this great game.

The greens are challenging reflect the contouring for which Dye-designs are renown. There are even railroad tie bunkers, tricky undulation and plenty of breaks to keep your putting eye sharp.

Did you know, the wind can kick up in Vegas? No problem! The Desert Pines property sits lower than any other Las Vegas golf course. This course has thousands of mature pine trees lining the fairways to act as a wind break, so you enjoy a great golf day.

About the Parking Industry Institute: Since its inception, the Parking Industry Institute has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in college scholarships to parking pros, their spouses and children. Applications are accepted annually. For more information, click here.

 

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