Omni Hotels & Resorts Nominates A Whole Slate of Presidential Golf Packages
DALLAS, TX – With an historic election year in full swing, now is the time to cast those ballots by visiting some of the nation’s favorite golf destinations, known for making guests feel presidential. In honor of the quadrennial occasion, Omni Hotels & Resorts is offering special Presidential-themed golf packages throughout 2016 at all Omni golf resorts across the U.S.
Omni Hotels & Resorts knows how to treat guests like a commander-in-chief based on its rich history of hosting numerous American politicians and dignitaries dating back well over 100 years. From key primary states such as New Hampshire and Texas, to traditional battlegrounds like Florida and Pennsylvania, golfers can elect to get the presidential treatment at some of the nation’s finest courses and luxurious resorts, many of which have direct ties to presidential history, including:
• Omni Barton Creek Resort, near Austin, Texas has hosted both the 41st and 43rd Presidents and is offering a unique “FatherSon Presidential Promotion” including a round of golf for $100 per player – representing the cost for greens fees in the 1990s – as well as a sleeve of balls imprinted with the American flag, and turndown cards featuring quotes from distinguished guests.
• Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort in Florida — where President Ford played in a member-guest tournament in the 1980s — is debuting the “Running Mates” package, which includes a special rate of two rounds for two people, a $50 culinary credit, a special welcome amenity, and an optional upgrade to the Presidential Suite.
“For over 30 years, Palm Island Resort has been committed to being a good steward of our barrier island to which we call home. Conserving energy in conjunction with several other valuable initiatives will better sustain the reasonable balance of the ecosystem, which defines who and what we are. Initially, we decided to launch a 90 day-test of a solar golf cart in conjunction with Robin Terhune’s IHBC Carts company. The test proved to be very successful as we used the test golf cart from Monday through Friday without the need for a battery charge,” said Vice President