When you spend 75% of your time traveling for your job, it can quickly become a nuisance.
Just ask Joe Kallal. An avid golfer, Kallal is even dreading an upcoming business trip to Vegas that includes golf. “Everything in Vegas is a hassle; we have to be shuttled off the strip just to play golf. After security checkpoints, layovers and huge hotel complexes, the last thing I want to do is get on a bus just to play a round of golf.”
That’s why Joe and his buddies think French Lick Resort is the ultimate man-cation destination. “I have earned the right to be spoiled,” joked Kallal. Spoiled to him is being able to fly by private plane straight into the French Lick Airport, being picked up by hotel staff and being on the Pete Dye Course, with beer-in-hand, in less time than it would have taken him to fly commercially from his home in Raleigh, NC.
With the West Baden Springs Hotel as their “base of
operations,” the guys can golf all they want on the prestigious Pete Dye Course
and the historic, but equally challenging, Donald Ross Course; visit the High
Limits area at the French Lick Casino, grab a massage and eat til their hearts
content at any one of the resort’s dozen dining venues. The guys particularly
enjoy the exclusivity of Table One, an in-kitchen chef’s table with Versace
dinnerware and personal attention from Chef Ethan Smith.
|French Lick Airport|
Has your mind drifted off to planning your own golf getaway? Our Concierge can make arrangements with the French Lick Airport, or even help you charter a plane for a larger group. Grab your clubs and be here before you know it!
|Pete Dye Course at French Lick|
|West Baden Springs Hotel|