With Valentine’s Day approaching, Divine 9 courses will throw a few of Cupid’s arrows in the golf bag and deliver them with wine, roses, delicious dinners and golf.
An elegant sweetheart dinner at Genoa Lakes will be held on Valentine’s Day in the Banquet Pavilion. Treat your Valentine to a delicious meal and entertainment in a romantic setting. Genoa’s pre-fixe dinner for $49 includes your choice of starters: crab cakes, bruschetta, prosciutto wrapped asparagus soup or salad: shrimp and lobster bisque or wedge salad; main course: miso glazed salmon served with rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables, fresh herb butter crusted filet mignon topped with a porcini mushroom sauce, served with garlic mashed potatoes and season vegetables or wild mushroom ravioli with a vodka cream sauce; and dessert: creme brulee or tiramisu. Call (775) 782-6644 Ext.249 to RSVP or email.
Empire Ranch Golf Course will host its annual Valentine’s Day dinner inside Mallards Restaurant. Lovers can treat themselves to a menu of savory bacon wrapped fillet, shrimp scampi, fresh squash medley, parsley potatoes and an elegant semi fredo with fresh berries for dessert. Cocktails begin at 5 p.m. with dinner served at 6 p.m. The cost is $35 per person. Reservations should be made by Feb. 7. Call (775) 885-1019.
Dayton Valley Golf Club is also planning a Valentine’s evening with dinner inside the clubhouse. Start with a a wedge salad with blue cheese, cherry tomatoes and bacon before moving onto the main course of bacon wrapped filet, fingerling potatoes, seasonal vegetable medley and dinner rolls. And make sure you save room for a personal red velvet cake for dessert.
Carson Valley Golf Course will host a Valentine’s tournament on Saturday, Feb. 16. A 10 a.m. shotgun start will kick off the day. $35 covers the golf, cart, $10 prize fund and soup. What could be better than a day of golf with your Valentine? Sign up by email or by call the pro shop (775) 265-3181.
How will you spend Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart?