Indian Wells Golf Resort

Indian Wells Insider - September 2018

Indian Wells Golf Resort

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WHAT'S NEW BOOK A TEE TIME GOOD COOKIN' All-new food truck will offer guests a unique outdoor dining experience at Indian Wells S omething new is rolling up to Indian Wells Golf Resort this fall. In just a few short weeks, a state-of-the-art food truck will be- come a trendy, go-to hub for golfers and guests looking for a quick snack, tasty meal or refreshing beverage. Helmed by Sous Chef Michael Mann and located on the landing near the driving range, the food truck will liven up a familiar and conveniently accessible location at the club. The old cafe, mean- while, will be transformed into a reception area and golf tourna- ment scoring lobby with expansive views. The versatility of a food truck provides a unique opportunity to move around with the action. During the day, the truck offers classic items ranging from acai bowls to burgers and hot dogs. At night, however, the food truck serves the Inflatable Glow Range and Laser Putting Course to add spice – literally – to the new Shots in the Night experience, with chicken and waffle cones with spicy cole slaw and bacon jalapeno mac & cheese balls highlighting the after-dark menu. To further light up the evening, guests can also order specialty cocktails served in glow cups. "The food truck will be a desti- nation in itself," said Event Sales Man- ager Sydnee Tucker. "It's going to add an exciting new vibe to the club. With fun and classic fare, the new food truck will make the Shots in the Night experience a treat for all guests and golfers at Indian Wells Golf Resort." .................................................................................................................................... >> CLICK HERE to view the complete food truck and bar menus. 1) Making Reservations Shots in the Night will be open Thursday-Sunday from sunset to 10 p.m. and located right outside the clubhouse. Beginning October 18, the resort will book reservations for the first hour of each night up to one week in advance. Guests will be able to reserve the first available time. Those looking to play later in the night can arrange a spot on the first-come, first- serve waiting list a week in advance as well. Campus hotel guests and Indian Wells Residents have pre- ferred booking win- dows available. 2) Focus on Fun All games are cre- ated with family fun in mind. "I have per- sonally played numerous games with all levels of golfers and adjusted the level to beginner, intermedi- ate and expert, and it was in- credibly fun and competitive for all," Balesteri said. "The targets on the driving range will vary from 40 yards to a maximum of 150 yards, so all golfers should be able to enjoy themselves." 3) More Than Golf An added amenity to the resort's Shots in the Night will be the introduction of the Indian Wells Food Truck serving breakfast, lunch, and a special evening menu. Players will enjoy every- thing from short-rib grilled cheese to ahi poke cones and a plentiful selection of beer, wine and liquor. "Hopefully, the Three Putt specialty cocktail isn't a predictor of your results with the flat stick," Balesteri joked. 4) Group Sizes and Rates Each stall or green can be reserved by the hour and available for up to six parti- cipants at $40 per hour. Clubs and balls are included. 5) Booking Private Parties Private parties can be booked by contacting Event Sales Manager Sydnee Tucker at (760) 834-3831 or CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SHOTS IN THE NIGHT

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