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A Tradition of Hospitality


Special Rates at Quail Lodge


Weekday Lodging: $150 (normally $195)


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Weekend Lodging: (minimum two-night stay): $195 (normally $250)


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Stay and Play: (one night, two rounds): $225


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Pamper Your Partner: (one night, two passes to Refuge): $225


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Visit Quail Lodge.com, click Special Offers and enter ncga in the corporate/promo code field to redeem offers.


Quail Lodge typically basks in sun, with the average


temperature for 10 of the 12 months


hovering between 60 and 70 degrees.


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ack when Quail Lodge and Golf Club was known as Carmel Val- ley Golf and Country


Club in 1987, it hosted its first California Women’s Amateur Championship. The sun-kissed Quail


Lodge has been a warm host to the CWAC ever since. “Quail Lodge always has


such wonderful hospitality,” said Marianne Towersey, a seven-time California Senior Women’s Amateur cham- pion. “It’s a great course, and everybody is really apprecia- tive to have it there.” One story about Quail


Lodge founder Edgar Haber goes something like this: Haber had a friendly


conversation with a competi- tor in the CWAC and asked her where she was staying


CARMEL VALLEY’S QUAIL LODGE HAS A LONG HISTORY OF OFFERING AFFORDABLE GOLF AND ACCOMMODATIONS


at Quail Lodge. When the competitor admitted she couldn’t afford to stay at Quail Lodge, Haber took her to the front desk and introduced her as his friend. Haber then matched the competitor’s $75 rate in town and had her stay at Quail Lodge for the rest of the championship. Haber soon introduced


a special rate at Quail Lodge just for players in the CWAC. “He was so sweet, such a


nice man,” Towersey said. Haber died in 2005 at the


age of 93, but his generous spirit lives on at Quail Lodge, which is now managed by The Peninsula Hotels. The Lodge closed at the end of 2009, but it reopened on March 26 after a $28 million


renovation, complete with 93 rooms and suites. “We recognized there was


a large quantity of travelers looking for a more moder- ately priced hotel that offers a beautiful, great quality product, but at an affordable price,” said Max Schroeder, Quail Lodge’s director of sales and marketing. That price for NCGA members is as low as $150 on weekdays, a break of $45. There is also an NCGA weekend price of $195 (with a two-night minimum), while the public rate is $250. Best of all is the NCGA Stay and Play rate, which includes a room and two rounds of golf for $225. “We really are catering


to the traveler who wants a great product, but doesn’t have to pay the five-star price,” Schroeder said. That great


product comes at an all-inclusive price, complete with a king or two double beds, an outdoor patio or balcony, high-speed wire- less Internet access, complimentary continental break- fast, overnight guest parking, a spacious bathroom, an iPod docking station and a premium coffeemaker.


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