Business briefs for Saturday, Jan. 6
The O’Meara Signature Course at Tuhaye, part of Talisker Club, has been rated as one of the top 10 best new private golf courses in America in the January 2007 issue of "Golf Digest" magazine. To date, Tuhaye is the only course in Utah to ever be rated as one of America’s best new private courses. "Golf Digest," considered the number one golf magazine with a circulation of 1.6 million, has chosen top new courses annually since 1983.
Winners are determined by a panel of more than 800 low-handicap golfers who judge courses in five categories: shot values, design variety, resistance to scoring, memorability, and aesthetics. Tuhaye was one of only two courses in the Rocky Mountains to be designated as a top new golf course.
Picabo’s Ski Challenge returning to PCMR
Olympic gold medallist Picabo Street is hosting the 3rd Annual Picabo’s Ski Challenge, an amateur ski race and après ski party to raise awareness and support for victims of child abuse. The event takes place at Park City Mountain Resort on Sunday, Jan. 21 and all proceeds support National Children’s Alliance and over 600 children’s advocacy centers nationwide.
A celebrity, sports figure or dignitary captains each team. This year the lineup includes Bill Rancic from "The Apprentice" and Billy Bush from "Access Hollywood," among many others. As part of the festivities, select sponsors will have the chance of a lifetime to participate in "First Tracks," skiing or snowboarding with Street and other world-champion skiers before the resort opens on Saturday, Jan. 20 and Sunday, Jan. 21.
Park City group buys South Carolina resort
Plans for a new waterfront plaza and conference center at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, will now proceed thanks to an agreement announced earlier today. Bradley T. Goulding and Barbara Zimonja, principals of Premier Resorts International, Inc., a large, condominium-resort management company based in Park City, Utah, have acquired sole ownership of both Barefoot Resort Club LLC, which owns the Barefoot Resort Yacht Club marina and Docksider’s Grille at mile marker 354, and Premier Holdings of South Carolina LLC, which owns an adjacent 76 acres of land west of the Intracoastal Waterway at Barefoot Resort.
Premier Resorts will continue to manage the Docksider’s Grille restaurant as well as the 142-slip Barefoot Resort Yacht Club marina. The company will also continue as property manager and vacation rental agent for over 250 condominiums in the North Tower, Yacht Club Villas and Centex-developed neighborhoods at Barefoot Resort, and will continue to expand its rental inventory as additional facilities and amenities are completed.
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