ING Fall Forum To Be Hosted By Golf Mesquite Nevada Nov. 9-11
LAKE MARY, FL -- The International Network of Golf and Golf Mesquite Nevada are teaming up to present the ING Fall Forum Nov. 9-11, 2012.
Golf writers, publishers and broadcasters will gather with industry leaders at the ING Fall Forum, to be conducted in one of the best value-oriented golf destinations in the country, Mesquite, one hour north of Las Vegas.
The ING event will feature media-focused seminars, three rounds of golf, networking opportunities and sponsor presentations. Falcon Ridge Hotel will host the event.
ING is the golf industry's only media-based networking organization. The non-profit association "is where media and the golf industry connect."
ING is open to anyone in the golf industry and members of the media. Visit www.inggolf.com
for membership information.
Media members can attend for $100, which covers all the golf, scheduled meals and two nights accommodations at Falcon Ridge. The same package runs $295 for non-media members. Three exclusive sponsorship opportunities are available.
Also, for those wishing to come in on Thursday Nov. 8, we will have a special rate at Las Vegas hotel for Thursday night (TBA).
For registration information, call 407-328-0500, ext. 1.
Located an hour north of Las Vegas, Mesquite offers an incredible golf experience, with nine diverse and exciting golf courses. And visitors can choose from four resort hotels, including Falcon Ridge Hotel, where the ING event will take place.
The golf courses for the ING Fall Forum provide a true taste of outstanding desert golf.
The Chase at Coyote Springs Golf Club is a much-ballyhooed Jack Nicklaus design that provides a links-style experience in the desert, and it is always in outstanding condition. That course will host ING members on Friday afternoon, Nov. 9.
The Falcon Ridge layout serves up some serious elevation changes, stunning views and unique holes that will test your imagination. Falcon Ridge will host the Saturday golf tournament.
On Sunday morning, ING members will be treated to the Canyons Course at the Oasis Golf Club. Elevation change is again one of the key features, with several significant drops from tee to fairway.