High Rankings for SilverRock by Greenskeeper.
GREENSKEEPER.ORG GIVES SILVERROCK RESORT HIGH RANKINGS IN “TOP 5” LIST
Online ranking organization says “Bring Your Camera” to the Arnold Palmer Classic Course at SilverRock Resort
La Quinta, CA (October 19, 2006) – The Arnold Palmer Classic Course at SilverRock Resort has received high ratings from Greenskeeper.org as noted in the October 2006 issue of Southern California Golf News. With an 8.87, SilverRock Resort received first place in Overall Playing Conditions for the Palm Springs area. The near “immaculate” ranking puts the club in the prestigious third place for Southern California.
“We are extremely pleased to receive this kind of recognition,” said Randy Duncan, SilverRock Resort General Manager. “We realize golfers have a choice in Southern California and believe we offer the best in terms of superior play, exceptional value and incomparable service. This is confirmation that we are serving our customers well.”
Current playing conditions at SilverRock Resort were ranked by Greenskeeper.org members over an 18-month period. SilverRock Resort’s rating is generated from the scores of the Greens, Fairways, Rough, Tee Boxes and Sand Traps. These scores are combined to form the Overall Playing Condition Rating.
“SilverRock has a promising future ahead of it,” notes Greenskeeper.org. “For a young golf course, the main elements are in place to be a viable destination: a challenging, well-conditioned layout, a spectacular practice area, and an idyllic setting that begs you bring your camera along and capture the early morning sun hitting the rugged La Quinta mountains.”
In existence for more than four years, Greenskeeper.org is a California-based online golf community specializing in providing the latest critical information to golfers around the state. It is a professionally managed site with more than 200,000 visitors per month. Greenskeeper.org is also home to more than 20,000 subscribers.
About SilverRock Resort:
The Arnold Palmer Classic Course at SilverRock Resort is a challenging 7,578 yards, nestled in the beautiful Santa Rosa Mountains and just twenty minutes from Palm Springs. Huge bunkers and well-planned water hazards are set against the natural beauty of La Quinta, California. What was once called "the last great piece of golf property in the Coachella Valley" now has Arnold Palmer's signature on it. And soon, SilverRock Resort will be home to more recreational treasures including a retail village, fine dining, new upscale hotels, and a second golf course.
Information: SilverRock Resort 760.777.8884 or www.SilverRock.org.
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