Thursday, December 4
Sponsored by Summit Investment Management LLC
Out of the flat desert landscape, Pete Dye sculpted a thrilling and thorough test of golf known as the La Quinta Dunes Course. Gentle mounds and unique bunkering combine with an abundance of water to produce 18 distinctive holes, including the 433-yard par 4 17th, ranked as one of the 18 toughest holes in the country by the PGA of America. $200 per player includes breakfast, cart rental, prizes and tournament fee. Please mark the appropriate box on the registration form, and indicate your handicap. For more information on the tour, see golf.abi.org.
ABI Golf Tour @ GREG Norman PGA West
Sponsored by Great American Group
Palm Springs desert golf from the Down Under perspective. It’s only fitting that the Shark’s contribution to the Palm Springs golf experience should be carved from the floor of an ancient ocean. Greg Norman captured the essence of desert golf with an “Outback” flair in this challenging but fair design that features an abundance of sand, sage, colorful pockets of wildflowers, nine lakes and spectacular panoramic vistas, unmatched anywhere in the Coachella Valley. This Norman gem recently became Audubon Certified. $200 per player includes boxed lunch, cart rental, prizes and tournament fee. Please mark the ABI Golf Tour box on the registration form, and indicate your handicap. This is the eighth and final stop leading to the Great American Cup, sponsored by Great American Group. For more information on the tour, see golf.abi.org.
Sponsored by Snell and Wilmer, LLP
La Quinta Resort & Club’s world-class tennis club is consistently rated in the “Top 20” by Tennis Magazine. Guests can play on hard, grass and clay surfaces. A fully stocked Pro Shop, sunken court and Olympic-sized pool and spa surround the historic clubhouse, which was once a gracious estate. Round-robin format. $75 per player includes lunch, prizes and tournament fee. Please check the appropriate box on the registration form.
Fault Line Jeep Tour
Tittle Advisory Group, Inc.
This awe-inspiring journey in classic off-road jeeps takes guests deep into the heart of the San Andreas Fault. Participants will get to witness the tremendous forces of nature that have created amazing steep-walled canyons and some of the most twisted and tormented landscapes on earth. The $200-per-person fee includes round-trip transportation, guide and snacks. Please check the appropriate box on the registration form.
Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, PC
Come sample some of Mexico’s finest tequilas with your friends and colleagues before you head to the Opening Reception. The $150-per-person fee includes tasting with some light food. Please check the appropriate box on the registration form.
Friday, December 5
Sponsored by EisnerAmper LLP
Explore the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indian Canyons with panoramic views and diverse landscapes. A highly valuable archeological and recreational site and ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians, Indian Canyons treats hikers to waterfalls, palm tree oases and spectacular rock formations. The canyon is one of the area’s most popular outdoor destinations, featuring not only great moderate hiking trails, but also fabulous photo opportunities and very diverse landscapes. The hike ranges from three to five miles in length with an elevation gain of 200-500 feet. The $157-per-person fee includes round-trip transportation, guide, park fees and snacks. Please check the appropriate box on the registration form.
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