Lake Tahoe, Calif., boasts more than a dozen golf courses around its shores, and with the opening of The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe, golfers now have luxury accommodations to go with the region’s famous courses.
“North Lake Tahoe is one of the best golf destinations in the country,” said Steven Holt, director of public relations for the resort. “With the opening of The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, now there is a luxury hotel too.”
Gray’s Crossing, an 18-hole course created by Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy, and Old Greenwood, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf course, are two of North Lake Tahoe’s best golfing experiences. In honor of its debut summer season, The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe, has combined overnight accommodations at the Tahoe’s first luxury resort with two rounds of golf — one at Gray’s Crossing and one at Old Greenwood.
The Gray’s and Greenwood golf package is available now through Oct. 24, with rates from $449 per night. The package includes two nights accommodations with overnight valet parking, and one 18-hole round of golf per day at Old Greenwood or Gray’s Crossing, including golf cart and practice balls. A two-night minimum stay is required. Additional rounds can be purchased through the Concierge Desk at The Ritz-Carlton Highlands.
All Ritz-Carlton guests can enjoy preferred access and tee times at both Old Greenwood and Gray’s Crossing. The resort’s signature Mountain Concierge will store and stage golfers’ clubs daily on the slopeside terrace, as well as book tee times and provide information on the region’s many courses.
The Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe