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VINTAGE volume III Issue 2014


VINTAGE Vintage Magazine

An Exclusive Publication for The Vintage Club Publisher & Creative Director Zack Bates Contributing Editors Judd Spicer, Jeannie Drake Production & Design Danielle Morton Staff Contributors Kevin Chandler, Partner, Vintage Club Sales Carmen Wolfe, Vintage Club Sales Jim Rohrstaff, Vintage Club Sales David Woods, Director of Golf Scott Berler, Director of Tennis Alison Murphy, Pastry Chef Chad Empey, Fitness Center Director Photography Contributors Jim Bartsch Photography Marc Glassman Photography Kaminsky Productions, Inc. George Gutenberg Raychelle deVilla Photographer Magazine Media Kit Inquiries (949) 257-2616 advertising@clubandresortpublishing.com Custom Publishing & Design

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welcome “I look at The Vintage as certainly being a milestone project in my life. For the 15 years of my work prior to it, we never dreamt we would be involved in something that evolved to what The Vintage became.” — Tom Fazio, golf course architect and Member of The Vintage Club Jennifer, Danielle, Garth, Sasha, Jim and Carmen

Not many know that Tom Fazio, the world’s best golf designer, set the stage for his illustrious career with designs for The Vintage Club in 1979. And as a testimony to the character of both Fazio and the Club, he continues 35 years later to lend his expertise in a drive to keep the Club in its favored position…at the top. In this third issue of Vintage Magazine, we continue to explore the history and legacy of the Club and relate the early days to today. In doing so, a dominant theme emerges. It’s simple and yet profound. The constant pursuit of excellence that forged the Club out of the ground originally continues to drive the Members today. That pursuit is a restless endeavor. It’s a compelling story and one that certainly resonates with any serious golf and private club enthusiast. We hope you’ll enjoy this issue of Vintage Magazine as we revisit some of the Club’s history and reveal more of its essence. Feel free to pass this issue to your friends and family. In addition to the print version, you’ll find a digital copy on our website at www.vintageclubsales.com. Sincerely, The Vintage Club Sales Team

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Contents

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The Vintage Club has a Great History and a Great Future

Like the Eisenhower Mountain surrounds that oversee these hallowed grounds, Tom Fazio keeps a fixed, continual and learned gaze across The Vintage Club.

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Fit For a Lifetime

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The Road to Success

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Holding Court at Vintage

Chad Empey isn’t simply driven to get you in shape today; rather, his purview aims to fit your body and mind for the rest of your life.

The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund paves the way to a PhD.

An idyllic setting and a superlative program make the perfect match.

Vintage Magazine™ and its owners are not liable for claims made by any advertisers or any inaccuracies or intentional copyright infringements. ©2014 Private Club Marketing, Inc.

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The Vintage Club has a great history and a great future Q & A with golf course architect Tom Fazio By Judd Spicer

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Like the Eisenhower Mountain surrounds that oversee these hallowed grounds, Tom Fazio keeps a fixed, continual and learned gaze across The Vintage Club. From the classic, parkland look of the Mountain Course to the distinct routing and incomparable bunkering of the Desert Course, the dual Vintage designs provided a young Tom Fazio opportunity to unleash two of his greatest visions and create a new standard of golf community. Yet vision requires obstacles to truly thrive, and no stone was left unturned in creating a new frontier of high-end country club development. When Fazio and developer Mick Humphreys took on the singular challenge of shaping golf at The Vintage, the two faced myriad obstacles in crafting a marriage of exclusivity, aesthetics and playability that extends from the late 1970s to modern day. Details massive and minute were under constant consideration in creating The Vintage. Ever-maintaining their forged purview of distinction, Fazio and Humphreys took on the task of planning the courses around a fallow property of alluvial deposits from mountainous surrounds and across the necessary drainage canal running through the center of the grounds. Most exceptional was the opportunity to utilize the best geological features of the land for the courses – a boon for players who desire more than merely a breathtaking fairway view. Where

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the golf experience typically takes a back seat to the real estate, The Vintage positioned golf front and center, reaping the rewards that come from having first-choice vistas and topography. While opting to develop golf at the forefront for market draw and to provide potential members a tactile sense of a product polished, Fazio needed to concurrently consider the importance of natural landscape elements and course accessibility for all levels of player in his architectural routing. Combined with the broad strokes meeting peak standards at every turn of play, the seeming minutiae of every construction element was met with precision, as exampled by an exacting cleanliness and exemplary appearance of the cart paths.

What Vintage Members enjoy and experience today stands as testament to a seminal vision and dedication to both creating and maintaining grandeur. From Fazio’s initial desert trek from the opposite coast, through the historic Vintage Invitational Tournament to modern day, the relationship between The Vintage and America’s most celebrated course architect has never taken pause. For 35 years, from hand to heart, a part of Fazio has never left The Vintage Club. You’ve designed a host of the world’s most lauded golf courses. Where does your work with The Vintage chart in your portfolio? Tom Fazio: I look at The Vintage as certainly being a milestone project in my life. For the 15 years of my work prior to it, we never

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dreamt we would be involved in something that evolved to what The Vintage became. There’s certainly no doubt that The Vintage was a major personal involvement, as well as one of my most memorable involvements across all levels; from the design phase, to the construction, to the actual relationships that have continued for 35 years. You put all these things together and it’s like bringing back time; it’s like part of my family, it’s a constant. It makes me sound old, but even though it was several hundred golf courses ago, it feels like it was yesterday. My relationship with the Club and with Mick Humphreys is still the same as it was back on day one. It’s kind of timeless in a sense that it doesn’t feel old; it doesn’t feel like all that long ago. It’s such a close place in my psyche. The Vintage Invitational brought golf ’s legendary figures to the Club and served as a key influence for what is today’s Champions Tour. How do you reflect on that event? T.F.: The Vintage Invitational was major for the Club, major in the sense that it carried a very high level of play and brought the best and most famous players in the world from the senior level. They were all there for several years in those early days of Vintage, which made the Club even more special. And they all happened to be friends of my Uncle George Fazio, which was important to me because it just made it that much easier. Many of these people I knew, people like Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret and Tommy Bolt and Byron Nelson. Because I grew up with these people around my uncle, presenting this great golf environment made it all the more special.

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And it certainly was a mark of pride for George as well as for

In 2012, you enhanced six holes on the Mountain Course.

me, in that here they were playing a Fazio golf course. And the

What else is planned for the future?

name ‘Fazio’ was synonymous with all those great players. And of course I’m there, I’m the lead guy in charge of designing it and it

T.F.: The Vintage Club doesn’t just live on its laurels of the past;

was a major feeling. But I always felt part of it; I didn’t feel like I

there are many things that are evolving, fine-tuning and adding.

was out front as a leader. I just thought I was one of the team. I

Some people refer to them as ‘changes,’ but we have additions –

just happened to be one of the young guys.

we’re adding. Whether it’s vegetation or lengthening some tees for younger players, we’re looking to the future. We’re always

You recently visited the Club for your biennial Fazio

doing some adjustments, whether it’s the texture of the grass or

Cup event that brings participants from courses you’ve

the quality and character of the trees and flowers, the leadership

designed across the country and has played a huge part in

of the Club continues to work to keep The Vintage among the

your philanthropy for children’s charities. What did this

premier places, and I continue to be involved.

version of the Cup mean to you? T.F.: In part, through this event, my wife and I started a Boys & Girls Club in the hometown we live in; and no other accomplishment of mine compares to that. And this year was such a great experience and brought back so many great memories. I’d tell my friends, ‘I’ve been inside these rooms many times with people like Snead and Bolt and Demaret and Nelson – our heroes.’ So it was truly special for me to bring my friends there.

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This summer we’ll have an ongoing program for improvements (on the Mountain; namely the back nine). So, it continues; it’s an ongoing process and I don’t think it will ever end. And it all goes back to the original commitment by Mick and his group to have one of the finest places in the world. But it’s not just one of the finest places of the past – it’s current and it’s one of the finest places of the future.


Mountain Course Enhancements

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n his own words, Tom Fazio describes his design intent for the Mountain Course. “The Mountain Course was originally designed to be a visual and strategic counterpoint to the Desert Course. It was designed using the primary building elements of spectacular views to the surrounding mountains; the continuous influence of lakes, streams and waterfalls; and the interplay of a wide variety of trees throughout the fairways and at the green’s edge. The course was designed to be a very playable, parkland type of golf course with the complexity and angles of the greens providing the most significant strategic design element.” While the original design intent remains the same, Fazio’s design revisions enhance the aesthetics of the golf experience, accommodate longer tee shots and soften slopes of various greens to accommodate today’s golf ball speeds. Additionally, the revisions allow for more bailout room for second shots and approach shots to the greens, which grant better opportunities for recovery. Explained in detail, Fazio provides his design thoughts for a few of the revisions.

Tee #7 The biggest adjustment on this hole will be the new landscape conversion from desert landscape to the new enhancement landscape palette. The lake will be enlarged on the left to open up a wider view of the cascading stream entering into the lake. Also, the green will be rebuilt two feet lower in elevation. This will allow the far left side of the green to relate better to the stream. The green and lake adjustments will improve the approach shot views and playability and will help create a more intimate green setting.

Landing Area # 1 The green will be lowered in elevation and shifted to the left slightly. This will allow for the right bunker to be “cut in” below the green. Instead of the steep grass slope, the right greenside bunker will act as a savior to keep balls from bounding farther away and below the green. The front left bunker is removed to widen the fairway approach to the green. Instead, a new back left bunker is added to not only protect the deep left pin placement, but also for an improved look. The green will be set up to allow shots to run along the ground into the green, especially from the left side of the fairway. The putting surface will be more visible from the fairway and will contain approach shots better. Behind the green are ridge landforms with enhanced landscaping to remove the view of the road and cars. This will be an improved starting hole without adding difficulty.

Landing Area #12 The view from the landing area and green is dramatically improved by viewing a stream cascading down at the golfer instead of a sand bunker. The stream is still within the confines of the sand bunker, so the difficulty is not greatly increased. The green is shifted back 25 yards to tie into the mountainside. The green angle will now be left to right to maximize the distance of the hole and fit into the mountain slopes. The right greenside bunker will now guard the back right half of the green instead of the front right of the present green. Short and right of the green is now a safe bailout area.

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Landing Area #15 A small pond will be added and cut in on the left side the green with a stone wall defining the interface between green and water. The pond overflows into the lake behind the green. Like Hole 12, this green approach is improved tremendously in view as well as in design strategy. Because of the fairway regrading and the tees moving closer, most players will have a good view of this dramatic green approach. The entire fairway and green are lowered three - five feet. This accentuates the downhill character of the second half of this hole. A short section of stream feeding from Hole 12 tees comes into play short of the green on the right side before it is piped across the fairway to the pond left of the green. This stream impacts the second shot layup area but there is reasonable fairway width of over 30 yards at 80 yards from the green that narrows to 27 yards short of the green. The contours suggest the stream crosses in front of the green but it is piped for playability so there is continuous fairway to the green. The green has back bunkers containing long shots and enclosing the hole. The existing cart path from #17 to #18 behind the green stays in the same location with a new bridge to cross the stream to reach the 18th tee. Landscape will hide the cartpath and carts from the tees.

#2 Green on the Mountain Course

#11 Green on the Mountain Course

Tee # 17 Enhanced landscape is expanded in front of the tee slopes. The green will be rebuilt in place with only minor adjustments and slight enlargement. The bunkers in front, right and back, are reshaped for a more dramatic appearance to highlight the peninsula look of the green. The area behind the back bunker will be framed by the enhanced landscape.

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FIT FOR A LIFETIME By Judd Spicer Chad Empey isn’t simply driven to get you in shape today; rather, his purview aims to fit your body and mind for the rest of your life. “We look at our Club as ‘Providing the optimal life for our Members for the next 30 years,’” says Empey, veteran Director of the Fitness & Wellness Center at The Vintage Club. Since a 2008 rebuild of the facility expanded Empey’s vision of physical, emotional and mental wellness to a 15,000-square-foot lifestyle nexus, the Center has seen a 4 percent

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growth in Member participation every year ensuing. To wit:

this optimal lifestyle,” Empey says. “If people want to maintain

Nearly 70 percent of Club Members make use of the Center’s

that optimal style of life they want to live: A lot of that happens

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in this facility.”

toward his ever-driven membership, Empey and his team are crafting an entirely new wellness program for 2014.

Offering the diversity of 21 different classes in-season, multiple classes per day and an expert team of 30 staff members, Empey

“It’s a great challenge for me to constantly be looking at increasing

and his roster of instructors tailor their vast menu toward specific

the nucleus of things that we do that all come together to create

guest goals, with classes ranging from restorative Candlelight

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Yoga to an intensive TRX Cardio Circuit. The modern, spacious Center also includes massage rooms, a golf studio, Olympicstyle weight training and a unique Gyrotonic® Room, furnished with equipment otherwise found in only a handful of select metropolitan cities. “If you went anywhere in the Coachella Valley or, really, anywhere in the United States that has clubs with private memberships, you’ll find gyms. But you won’t find this,” Empey prides. “Here, it’s just a different process of looking at wellness.”

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The Road to Success The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund paves the way to a PhD By Jeannie Drake “The Club greatly lightened my financial burden and allowed me to focus on the most important aspect of my graduate studies: learning.” – Ana Paulina Moreno, Stanford University PhD student and recipient of The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund In 2008, Ana Paulina Moreno became the proud recipient of financial grants made possible through the generosity of The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund (VCESF). Nearly six years and three degrees later, Ana Paulina prepares to become the first VCESF scholar referred to as “Doctor.” Ana Paulina Moreno’s father, Ramon Moreno, is a waiter, and no one in her family ever considered the possibility of going to college. Fortunately for Ana Paulina, her father is a part of The Vintage Club employee family, making his daughter eligible for The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund. The Vintage Club’s philanthropic activity is a highly valued—yet rarely publicized—aspect of membership in the Club. In 2002, a small group of Vintage Members established the Employee Scholarship Fund to allow employees and their children to pursue higher education opportunities. The Fund also provides educational counseling assistance for students in grades 6 through 12 to enable them to make better choices in preparation for continuing their education after graduation. Now earning her PhD in education at Stanford University, Ana Paulina has been the most prominent recipient of the Fund to date. As a Graduate Student Researcher (GSR), Ana Paulina is working with four distinguished professors on a new research project called “Schools Organized for Latina/o Educational Success” (SOLES). Her pioneering research work in educational policies has already earned a lengthy list of awards, fellowships and grants, along with publication in the Association of Mexican American Educators. Additional achievements include a recent presentation to the prestigious American Anthropological Association. With the generous and voluntary support of Vintage Members, Ana Paulina received the resources to make her dream a reality. Yet the hard work required to create a success story is purely her own. Ana Paulina’s academic contributions continue to serve as a point of pride for Vintage Members—and a source of inspiration for the next generation of doctors and educators. To contribute to The Vintage Club Employee Scholarship Fund, please contact Dianne Moss through The Vintage Club. Pre-addressed contribution envelopes are available at the Concierge desk.

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Holding Court at Vintage

An idyllic setting and a superlative program make the perfect match By Jeannie Drake “Tennis is a top priority at The Vintage Club. Our Members expect nothing but the best, so we’re continually redefining the tennis experience to keep our program among the world’s elite.” – Scott Berler, Director of Tennis Golfers aren’t the only ones raving

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players reap the rewards of a top-notch Tennis Center that ranks high in the tennis world. Just as Members join The Vintage

Naturally, the Tennis Center’s personalized programs are as

Club for golf pursuits, the quality of the Tennis Center and staff

finely tuned as the facilities. Among the many offerings is a

play a major role in membership decisions.

robust calendar of Club championships, interclub matches, special events and social games. Tennis fans of all ages and skill

Catering to avid players and newcomers to the game alike,

levels utilize the highly regarded Tennis Center for private and

The Vintage tennis complex boasts eleven immaculate courts—

group lessons, daily clinics and workouts—all choreographed

nine hard surfaces and two Har-Tru clay. Four are lit for

by seasoned Vintage professionals.

nighttime play. Members can find their sweet spots amid every playing surface available. The Club’s plethora of courts means

With its year-round outdoor play, day or night, and its

there’s rarely a wait.

superlative programs, The Vintage Club’s Tennis Center is a versatile experience befitting one of the world’s most sought-

For rousing tournaments amid the breathtaking desert backdrop,

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the Club’s showpiece is a sunken stadium court that features

fun, the Tennis Center pairs expert training with desert luxury

lush landscaping and terraced seating for up to 1,000 spectators.

to serve up yet another match made in paradise.

Another court doubles as a multi-function Sport Court geared towards family pursuits when it’s not in play. In true Vintage style, players can polish off a match in the elegant Member Lounge, replete with plenty of action on the plasma

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C o ttag e s Featuring the timeless quality of Hacienda architecture, the Cottages are conveniently located within easy walking distance of the Clubhouse. Clustered around lushly landscaped courtyards, these attached units begin at approximately 2,200 square feet of living area with generous outdoor patio space, a twocar garage and a golf cart garage. With choices of views ranging from open rolling fairways to secluded lakefronts, the Cottages offer a carefree living environment. Among the Cottage clusters are recreational centers with community pools, spas and outdoor grilling areas, solely for the use of Cottage homeowners.

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T e rrac e s The Terraces are a three-level enclave offering a condominium home opportunity, designed in a desert contemporary style and composed of one-floor units ranging in size from around 2,200 to 4,100 square feet. Strategically situated to take advantage of sweeping fairway and mountain vistas, each home is terraced to provide maximum privacy and abundant sunshine. This two-building community features a lushly landscaped oasis with a pool, an outdoor kitchen and a cabana with dressing rooms. Homeowners at the Terraces enjoy the elite benefits of their exclusive Concierge staff who are on hand daily to provide a wide range of personal services.

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P ati o Homes These award-winning contemporary homes are uniquely sited for spectacular views of lushly landscaped lakes or meticulously manicured fairways, carefully positioned against the backdrop of the rugged mountains. These detached homes feature an expansive use of glass and sliding doors, which embrace the desert’s natural living environment. And, with floor plans beginning at 3,100 square feet, these homes offer ideal lowmaintenance family retreats, as the pool, spa, gardens and common areas are all managed by the Homeowner’s Association.

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74-420 Palo Verde Drive Offered at $1,795,000

D e s e rt H o m e s With 5,000 square feet or more of living area on gradually elevated lots of nearly a half acre, the Desert Homes present luxurious living with a variety of floor plans. Designed to maximize the opportunities for outdoor entertaining, each home is equipped with expansive patio areas, a fullsize pool and spa, plus verdant gardens. Situated with captivating garden views of a meandering lake system or the fairways of the magnificent Desert Course, these homes define the desert lifestyle.

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74-235 Quail Lakes Drive Offered at $4,995,000

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75-283 Morningstar Drive Offered at $5,600,000

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75-148 Pepperwood Drive Offered at $3,900,000

74-490 Quail Lakes Drive Offered at $3,600,000

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Vintage Drive East 47-395 Vintage Drive East | Offered at $7,495,000

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Vintage Drive East 47-765 vintage DrIVE east | Offered at $4,950,000

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desert rose Lane 74-215 desert rose Lane | Offered at $8,900,00

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LIFE AT THE VINTAGE CLUB | NEW YEAR’S EVE CELEBRATION

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there are shops... and there are

A dynamic collection of world-renowned designer boutiques and inviting restaurants. ST. JOHN BURBERRY DAILY GRILL

JAMES PERSE

GUCCI BOTTEGA VENETA

OPTICAL SHOP OF ASPEN

LEGGIADRO J.MCLAUGHLIN (COMING SOON) RALPH LAUREN STUART WEITZMAN

CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN

ESCADA

SOMA INTIMATES

CHICO’S

THEODORE WOLFGANG PUCK PIZZA |BAR

At the corner of El Paseo and Hwy 74 in Palm Desert, CA 760.341.4058. TheShopsOnElPaseo.com. Open 7 Days a Week. Complimentary Valet Parking Provided During Season.


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Vintage Club Magazine 2014  

This is the official magazine for Vintage Club in Indian Wells. Volume III

Vintage Club Magazine 2014  

This is the official magazine for Vintage Club in Indian Wells. Volume III

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