The Vail Golf Club and LINC Golf & Wellness will bring like-minded women together for an inclusive weekend of golf, yoga, wellness and relaxation this summer. Slated for June 14-17, 2017 at the Vail Golf Club and The Antlers at Vail, the fourth annual Vail Women's Only Golf and Yoga Retreat will help women connect, learn, network and explore Vail's picturesque surroundings while enjoying an unique learning environment with instructors, special guests and more.
Limited to 20 participants, golfers of all levels are welcome - including beginners - as are those who practice yoga at different levels, or not at all. Retreat costs are $1,450 for single occupancy or $1,250 per person for double occupancy. A $999 rate is available for ladies who do not need lodging. This extended weekend package includes:
- Three-night stay at the Antlers at Vail
- Golf clinics and on-course play with Kathleen Heiney, LPGA Class A Teaching Professional and PGA Professional Erica Webster
- Yoga Fit FORE Golf classes (optional)
- Welcome cocktail party and dinner
- Two lunches on the golf course
- Award cocktail party and farewell dinner
- Welcome gifts
- Two rounds of golf (option for a third round on Saturday)
- Unlimited range balls and club storage
- Prizes and awards
Passionate about living life to its fullest, LINC Golf & Wellness founder, Kathleen Heiney, who is a LPGA teaching professional, RYT certified yoga instructor and fitness expert, says she is excited to offer the return of the retreat this summer. "We're excited to return to Vail for 2017 after a year away. The 2015 Vail retreat was such a great success and it was amazing watching the women connect and improve their game," said Heiney. "Many of them continued to play together throughout the summer. That's what the event is all about - new relationships and lasting golfing friendships."
Joining Heiney, Vail Golf Club Director and PGA Class A certified professional, Alice Plain will bring her insights and skills to the group. "We're thrilled to offer the retreat for a third summer," said Plain. "Vail is a beautiful setting and our participants will leave feeling refreshed, have a new love for the game of golf and yoga and a sense of accomplishment, all the while enjoying a wonderful weekend in the mountains."