Social guests can choose a maximum of 4 activities from the choices below (spa option counted as 1 of the 4 activities):
Mediterranean Cooking Class: Friday, 11:00am – The Culinary Stone (Limited to 25 people)
The class will begin with a Shirazi salad comprised of cucumber, tomato, orzo and other bright vegetables with a Meyer lemon/arbequina dressing. Next, we will make authentic naan bread and a scratch made lemon garlic hummus to accompany. The main course will be Greek chicken cooked in Greek olive oil, herbs and finished with fresh citrus. Dessert will be a Mediterranean honey cake with fresh cream.
Thai Cooking Class: Friday, 2:00pm – The Culinary Stone (Limited to 25 people)
In this class we will be making some fresh Thai spring rolls with crisp veggies, rice noodles, herbs and prawns. We will also make a sweet chili sauce for dipping. Next dish will be Pad See Ew, a delicious fettuccine style rice noodle with many Asian vegetables and spices. The main event is Thai yellow coconut curry. This is a slightly spicy, creamy curry with lemongrass, spices and served over jasmine rice and herb garnishes. For our dessert, a mouthwatering mango tapioca.
An Elevated Brunch Cooking Class: Saturday, 11:00 am – The Culinary Stone (Limited to 25 people)
We will learn the art of making the perfect charcuterie board… then enjoy it! Next will be crepes with double cream brie and carved ham. We will also make asparagus and smoked salmon bundles wrapped and baked in puff pastry. For dessert there will be Greek yogurt parfaits with fresh seasonal local fruit and fresh picked mint.
Dim Sum Lunch Cooking Class: Saturday, 2:00 pm – The Culinary Stone (Limited to 25 people)
An incredible class with several delicious delights. To begin we will enjoy a divine Japanese cucumber salad with a sesame miso dressing. Next, we will learn how to make the incredible Soup dumplings from scratch. They are filled with pork and spices and broth when you take a bite! Next dish is Har Gow. This is a gluten free translucent dumpling filled with prawns and water chestnuts. Last we with make my fave.. shrimp toast. Chopped spiced prawns on thick brioche fried until crisp. All dipping sauces will be made in class. For dessert we will enjoy a delicious Mochi coconut cake.
Cabernet Sauvignon: Napa vs. The World– Friday, 3:00pm – Boardroom 5ABC (Limited to 50 people)
Cabernet Sauvignon is one of the best-known grape varietals in the world. Combine that with the famous region of Napa, California and you will find a true New World classic. Akin to the Judgement of Paris in 1976, where Napa Cabernet Sauvignon reigned supreme, you will have the opportunity to compare 5 distinct Cabernet Sauvignons from around the world. In this blind tasting you will be tasked to find which is YOUR favorite and see if you can identify the Napa Cabernet Sauvignon in the line-up. Fun and interactive, this session will empower you to be the ultimate judge!
Whiskey Tasting: Saturday, 3:00pm – Boardroom 5ABC (Limited to 50 people)
Eric “ET” Tecosky, Jack Daniel’s Brand Ambassador, may have the greatest job in the world – and he knows it. He travels the country telling stories about Frank Sinatra’s drink of choice. ET has spent years behind the bar mixing drinks at some of Los Angeles’ most famous – and in some cases, infamous – watering holes. ET has been featured in countless local and national press for his cocktails and innovations and as he likes to say, “My entire career helped get me ready for this gig and I love it.”
Tubbs Hill Hike – Friday and Saturday, 9:00-11:00am (Limited to 15 people)
Wear some comfortable shoes for trekking the 2.1-mile loop around Coeur d’Alene’s natural gem- Tubbs Hill. Your guide will pick you up at the Resort and take you on a wonderful hike right out the ‘back door’ of the hotel. The trail loop offers historical points along the way that your guide will share with you. Learn about the city while enjoying the beauty of the lake on this scenic hike around Tubbs Hill. Don’t forget to bring your phone for some terrific photo opportunities!
Centennial Trail Bike Ride – Friday and Saturday, 10:00 am-12:00pm (Limited to 10 people)
We make it easy for you to enjoy one of the Nation’s treasured bike trails. Leaving from the Resort you will follow a path along the shore of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. Riding a scenic route through some of the oldest homes in the Coeur d’Alene area and up Higgens Point where you will view the beauty of the lake from the top of the trail.
Historical Walking Tour – Friday, 1:00pm (Limited to 20 people)
Discover the rich history and scenic beauty of Coeur d’Alene. Start with a visit to Museum of North Idaho which takes you on a visual journey from Coeur d’Alene’s humble beginnings as the home of Fort Sherman, to its fast rise in the lumber industry. Next you will witness the areas early homes and landmarks, including Fort Sherman Chapel, and a fascinating cross-section of vintage buildings, churches and Victorian homes.
Axe Throwing – Saturday, 1:30pm (Limited to 50 people)
Forget bowling! Axe throwing is a competitive sport that has been around for thousands of years. The rules are simple. The goal is straightforward. The thrill is real! If you’ve never thrown an axe before, don’t worry! Axe Force One loves introducing people to this awesome sport, and they’ll have you nailing that bullseye in no time. Please remember to wear closed-toe shoes.
Men and women have the opportunity to play golf together on two spectacular courses, the Coeur d’Alene Resort Course and Circling Raven Golf Club. Golfers will have the opportunity to play in either team scramble format or team best ball and individual stroke play format.
The team scramble format will have two flights, gross and net. Winners will be determined by a two-day (Friday and Saturday) team total.
The team best ball format will have one flight, gross and net. Winners will be determined by a two-day (Friday and Saturday) team total. Additionally, those playing the team best ball format will be eligible for the individual stroke play tournament. Winners will be named in both the gross and net contests in 2022. There will also be day prizes at each course for men and women long drive and men and women closest to the pin.
If you have an established handicap, please enter it in the box titles “known handicap” when you register online. Handicaps will be verified prior to the tournament. If you do not have a handicap, please enter your estimated usual average score for 18 holes in the box titled “usual score”. A golf professional will assign a handicap for each player who enters a usual score. To manage the net component of the tournament, we need to calculate a team handicap for each team playing in the net format.
The tournament rounds begin on Friday morning and continue through Saturday and will be played on both the Coeur d’Alene Resort Course and Circling Raven Golf Club. Pairings and course assignments will be available at registration. We do not accommodate requests to play a certain course on a certain day. If you are playing both days in the tournament, you will have the opportunity to play both courses. A boxed lunch will be provided on Friday and Saturday.
Important Event Info
You may schedule a practice round at your own cost on Thursday, September 8, 2022, at the Coeur d’Alene Resort Course for $205 per round, and at Circling Raven Golf Club for $129 per round.
Tournament play will be on the Coeur d’Alene Resort Course and Circling Raven Golf Club. Golf clubs are available to rent at your own cost through both courses.
Coeur d’Alene Resort Course
Circling Raven Golf Club
Registration is $1,500 Per Person on or Before August 5th.
ABOUT THE GOLF COURSES
The best North Idaho golf course is Circling Raven Golf Club at Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort. Voted as the #1 Golf Course in Idaho by Golfweek Magazine, Circling Raven is nestled among 620 acres of wetlands, woodlands and Palouse grasses. Northern Idaho’s beautiful landscape is an ideal location for all golf enthusiasts. Surrounded by lush mountains, you’ll play on scenic terrains with excellent golfing conditions. In a region suited for outdoor activities, you’ll understand why golfers travel from near and far to play here. By escaping the bustling city, you’ll play 18-holes on a course designed by Gene Bates to both challenge and entertain golfers.
Address: Circling Raven Golf Club
38530 S Nukwalqw St, Worley, ID 83876
Whether you are new to the sport or an experienced shooter, you will enjoy the Shotgun Sports event. The event will take place at the Coeur d’Alene Skeet and Trap Club, located at Miles Avenue in Hayden, and the Double Barrel Ranch, located 25 miles away near Rockford, Washington. There will be a Shooter’s Reception on Thursday, September 8th before the Welcome Reception, and will include a shotgun drawing for the shooters present. Three days of instructional and competitive shooting will conclude on Saturday.
Participants will shoot up to 250 targets for score. Prizes will be awarded for each shooting event, 1st, 2nd and 3rd highest scores in each category and a high team score. Individual event awards will be presented at the Coeur d’Alene Skeet and Trap Club following the competition. High scores in each category and team awards will be presented at the awards reception Saturday evening at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. There will be three categories of shooting participants with program commensurate with shooting experience.
New/Beginner Shooters: Includes orientation on shotgun safety and learning clay target shooting from an instructor. A separate shooting field will be set up for Beginner Shooters and shotguns will be provided.
Thursday-Friday: Shoot targets with instruction.
Saturday: Finish with a 25-target event on a trap field.
Occasional Shooters: Includes persons who have experience shooting a shotgun or some experience shooting clay targets.
Thursday: Practice followed by shooting 50 trap targets for score. Shooters will be divided into two groups, Advanced and Novice, based on their score.
Friday: Shooting programs will be provided along with one round of practice on an event before competition begins.
Saturday: Competition concludes.
Serious Shooters: Includes persons who shoot clay targets competitively or have extensive experience shooting. This is a high-level shooting event. Compete individually and for a five-person team trophy and a women’s team or individual recognition trophy. These teams have included a Legislator when possible.
Thursday: Practice followed by shooting targets for score.
Friday: Competition at Double Barrel Ranch will include two different sporting clay events.
Saturday: Complete competition at the Coeur d’Alene Skeet and Trap Club.
FLY FISHING PARTICIPANTS
This is an exciting, two-day program with a local fishing guide. The trips are guided on the Coeur d’Alene, Clark Fork and St. Joe rivers. Anglers of all experience levels enjoy this event. Complete beginners may be taken to a stocked pond where they can receive some one-on-one instruction. This is an excellent way for beginners to learn the art of fly fishing. For the intermediate and expert angler, it is an opportunity to improve your skills in a beautiful part of Idaho.
When you register online, you will be asked for information about equipment needs and obtaining a fishing license. If you do not have an Idaho fishing license, it will be taken care of for you by the guide shop. In order for the guide shop to secure your fishing license for you, personal identification information is required. If you are not comfortable submitting this information to the guide shop, please secure an Idaho fishing license prior to the event.