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Golf Fashion is in Full Swing

 

While we impatiently await the start of the season for the Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course, let our pros get you geared up with our 2019 Golf Fashion Guide.

 

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Satisfy your Appetite for Après

 

The world’s leading consumer electronics company may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you tuck into a Tomahawk steak at Edgewood Restaurant, but the principles that helped make Apple products become a mainstay of pockets and palms across the globe are the very same that drive Chef Charles and his talented team of culinary mavericks to make dishes that both surprise and satiate.

 

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Stay Well in Winter

 

In winter, shorter days, frantic schedules and colder weather combine as a recipe for disaster in the self-care arena. But wellness is important at any time of year, and Edgewood offers a number of ways to stay well in winter.

 

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No Ski, No Problem: Top 10 Winter Experiences in South Lake Tahoe

 

Lake Tahoe is a winter paradise, whether you’re on or off the slopes. From invigorating outdoor activities to quiet ways to engage with Tahoe’s culture and surroundings - we’ve got 10 winter experiences ready for you.

 

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Seize the Slopes with our Seamless Ski Experience

 

There’s nothing quite like skiing or snowboarding. The feeling of trading in your slow terrestrial trotters for trusty wings capable of floating, carving or thrashing. The cleansing smell of pine and the invigorating rush of alpine oxygen. The unworldly freedom of zig-zagging in and out of pines and the hum of blasting across corduroy on a crisp morning. Not to mention mountain views that put everything into perspective.

 

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Romance to Remember

 

When the ‘31 Duesenberg pulled into the porte-cochere and the tuxedoed attendant bowed his head at the same time he tended the door, she was both elated and shocked that the dream she dreamt since her youth was becoming reality. The moments to follow confirmed that—the flowing gowns of her friends in the surrey, a croquet course laid out on the lawn, the tower of champagne glasses, the art deco touches that graced the veranda, and the slow, elegant glide toward the man at the end of the aisle, backed by the blue of Lake Tahoe and flanked by best friends in tails and top hats. What was happening here could’ve doubled as a chapter from The Great Gatsby. But it wasn’t. This was her wedding day, the one she’d long envisioned.

 

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