Palm Springs Life Magazine March 2000
ON THE COVER — If anybody should be on top of the world this month it’s our cover subject, Charlie Pasarell who, by dint of his intriguing ideas and force of his personality brought the Indian Wells Tennis Garden to life. Read all about this remarkable new stadium (that hosts the new ATP Masters Series in March) in our Special Section beginning on page 103. Photography by David Glomb.
Name of the Game
By Sarah Hagerty. Photography by Charles William Bush.
With the Nabisco folks dropping Dinah’s name from the LPGA tournament, it reminds us: Hey! What about history? Well, at least we still remember Miss Shore and her incredible contribution to women’s golf. (Pictured on this page is Dinah’s former husband, sculptor George Montgomery, who has created a statue for Mission Hills Country Club to commemorate her contributions.)
Lifestyles of the Proud and Fancy
By Susie Coelho. Photography by David Glomb.
Horses in the desert live better than the rest of us; face it. Here’s a peek inside the golden stables.
Casa, Casa on the Range?
Photography by Ethan Kaminsky.
Interior designer Jeffrey Jurasky took two different motifs, Cowboy and Mexican, and blended them together beautifully in this new home at Bighorn Golf Club.
A Salute to the new Indian Wells Tennis Garden
Edited by Murray Olderman. Photography by David Glomb.
Visitors to the newest desert miracle stand in awe at the size and scope of the dream fulfilled in Indian Wells. This special section looks into the deals that made the Indian Wells Tennis Garden a reality; the stars that will fill it up, and the future that will put desert entertainment on the map again. PSL congratulates Charlie Pasarell, Raymond Moore, the ATP and all of the men and women who worked so hard to pull it off.