"Spent my own money to join the Media Tour because it offered a treasure of golf course discoveries, vacation and business possibilities, a wonderful overnight stop in Clio (ask about it) and because I knew I'd get reimbursed later for my expenses. As a result of the Media Tour, if I ever get the chance to take a vacation, or more likely---get laid off, I know where I'll go to get away from it all now."
T.J. Simers, Los Angeles Times
"It’s a great place to celebrate – whether you’ve played great or not. The air is clear, the colors are bright, it’s beautiful. It’s like Camelot."
Jaime Diaz, Golf Digest/Golf World
"As a first-time visitor, I was blown away by the diversity – topographically and in the completely different atmospheres in, say, Carson City versus the little towns north of Lake Tahoe. The media tour’s structure – including driving your rental car from destination to destination – is a refreshing change from the tour-bus approach, too."
Tom Harack, Freelancer
"The amount of great golf blew me away. Plus there are a million things to do. It’s like the Smithsonian – you could stay for a month and still not get to everything."
Ken Van Kampen, Freelancer
Commenting on a statement that the altitude is sometimes worth two clubs on some shots and that four drinks are like 10: "Shot management is tough enough on the first 18 holes. I’ll let you worry about it at the 19th hole."
Randy Youngman, Orange County Register
"They say a bad day on the golf course is better than a good day at work. With scenery like this, there's no such thing as a bad day on the golf course."
Ron Cobb, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"The High Sierra media tour can only be described as a happy mayhem of terrific golf, fine dining, and a few cocktails in the company of colleagues who usually prove amusing and often lose a few dollars to you on the greens. The golf courses are world-class and the trip smoothly run. Don't miss it."
Jeff Wallach, The “A” Position
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