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Spring 2017

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All the glory of this one-time state capital is packed into just 11.7 square miles of California's Central Coast. Beyond all the great golf and dining options, Cannery Row and the Monterey Bay Aquarium are unique and fun side complements. And NCGA members enjoy privileges and discounts throughout the area! Member Exclusive Rates/Stay & Play Packages : When looking for a place to rest your head, remember that NCGA members enjoy discounts at several venues. Portola Hotel & Spa is conveniently located downtown and has 379 guest rooms with preferred member rates ranging from $159 – $189 (based on availability and subject to blackout dates). Additional lodging with NCGA benefits can be found at Hotel Abrego. Those playing Poppy Hills can also take advantage of pre- negotiated Stay and Play packages with rates ranging from $90- $300/night at these other area hotels: La Playa Carmel, Monterey Bay Inn, Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa and Knights Inn Carmel Hill. 66 SPRING 2017 | WWW.NCGA.ORG MONTEREY COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU M E M B E R B E N E F I T S NCGA Member's Guide to Monterey Your Benefits Make it Easy and Affordable Member Privileges at Poppy Hills Golf Course : Ranked in the Top 10 Best Courses You Can Play in California by Golfweek in 2016, while the public usually pays $225, NCGA Members pay only $100 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (walking)– and $75 the rest of the week. And you receive 20% off all Pro Shop purchases and complimentary club fittings at the on-site TaylorMade Performance Studio. Once you are done, don't forget to enjoy the culinary delights at the clubhouse restaurant Porter's in the Forest, featuring an award-winning menu from Executive Chef Johnny DeVivo. NCGA members receive a 10% discount, excluding alcohol. So start making your plans to visit the beautiful Monterey Peninsula! Monterey Bay Aquarium Portola Hotel & Spa

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