Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa wins Gold Tee Award

0624Ns Business (Hyatt)

The Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch has been chosen to receive the Meetings & Conventions 2015 Gold Tee Award. (Submitted photo)

For the 23rd year, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch has been chosen by over 50,000 corporate, incentive and association meeting planners to receive Meetings & Conventions 2015 Gold Tee Award, given annually to outstanding golf and meeting properties worldwide.

Winners of the award were nominated and selected by Meetings & Conventions readers “based on their golf facilities including course design, maintenance, the ability to host meeting tournaments, pro shop merchandise, equipment and a friendly, professional staff,” according to a press release.

For the year 2015, 65 golf properties worldwide were chosen to receive this highly respected award, according to the release.

Set on 27-acres and framed against the majestic McDowell Mountains, the 493-room Hyatt Regency Scottsdale & Spa opened in December 1986. It offers many recreational activities and amenities as part of the 560-acre Gainey Ranch resort and residential development.

The resort’s 27-hole championship golf course, Gainey Ranch Golf Club, is located within walking distance of the resort’s main building. It includes three separate, individually designed nine-hole courses extensively landscaped with flowering plants, trees, water hazards and specially created hills.

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