SONOMA, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2005
In a busy world we all need a break sometime and for those looking for the ultimate golf getaway these packages are found with Kris Moe Golf Schools.
"This isn't your typical golf school where golfers hit balls until the point of exhaustion. Golf improvement is a significant part of our package, but I understand more than ever people are going 24/7 and at some point it's time escape and recharge. My company is about rejuvenation and our packages reflect this.
Some people like to relax through massage and taking it easy others may choose to do a vigorous mountain biking outing in the morning followed by intensive golf learning the rest of the day.
The amenities include a private golf course, where a PGA Tour event is played in late October and lodging accommodations at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn or a selection of vacation homes to choose from in the Sonoma Valley. The private homes come with your own concierge service that assists with guests every need, even daily nanny services or organizing your own personal chef or massage therapist.
Guests may have arranged their own wine making day, enroll in a auto racing class, participate in cooking classes or simply eat, breathe and sleep golf for as many days they desire at Sonoma Golf Club or a mix of golf courses to keep it interesting.
Another component unique to this golf experience is the personalized attention each golfer receives. You'll have your own instructor or you may share one with your partner. With this level of intimacy the golfer dictates the format. He may want to work on his swing all day on the range, or have a playing lesson on the course. Either way the learning can be profound and the experience has a lasting impression.
Kris Moe is qualified for this "Luxury Golf Experience" by the fact that he is at once a seasoned tournament golfer and coach and a winemaker for eleven years. He brings to his teaching the added value of actual PGA Tour experience garnered on the U.S. PGA Tour and European PGA Tour. His professional career highlights include a 25th place finish in the 1985 British Open, a 3rd place finish in the Australian PGA, and winner of the 2003 Northern California PGA Stroke and Match-Play championships, and the Hawaii State Open. He has played three times in the ATT Pro-Am at Pebble Beach. Some notable students who have enhanced their game with Kris Moe include actor Samuel L. Jackson, Tommy Smothers, numerous corporate CEOs and current Japanese PGA Tour star Shingo Katayama.
All packages are available at the Kris Moe Golf Schools web site. For more information, or to talk with Kris Moe, please contact him at 707-939-0523.
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