Welcome home to the incomparable warmth and comfort that is Millennium Resort Scottsdale. Your place to escape in the heart of it all. Scottsdale’s only lakeside resort, the Millennium Scottsdale Resort & Villa offers a relaxing and intimate atmosphere just three miles from Old Town Scottsdale and surrounded by world-class
In her huge, fire engine-colored gym, Alexia of Lex Fitness offers one-on-one training, small-group classes, sports training, and youth fitness sessions to get her clients in shape. During her training regimes, she utilizes a wide array of tools, including weight training machines and pull-up bars to boost muscle, and a hot lava floor to boost motivation. Designed for men and women alike, her training programs can target goals from improving a golf game to efficiently and effectively losing weight. Alexia's clients have seen results within 2 months of working with her, proof that you can get fit without waiting to ask Santa for bigger biceps.
In addition to being an advanced structural integrator, a licensed massage therapist, and an aesthetician, Peggy Richards takes part in continuing-education programs, including training from the Guild for Structural Integration. An Arizona native, Peggy has been providing wellness therapy since 1987, has worked with NFL athletes, and also serves as a make-up artist for the film industry.
An LPGA Class A golf professional for nearly two decades, Sue Wieger combines the timeless knowledge gained from on-course experience with the some of golf’s newest technological teaching tools. Along with being certified as a Titleist Performance Institute Golf Fitness Trainer and a club fitter for both Ping and Titleist equipment, Sue boasts a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s in psychology. Sue's mélange of educational experience has prepared her to give clients clear advice on both their golf swing and the oft-tense relationship with their sand wedge.
Using V1 video swing analysis and TPI golf fitness technology, Sue can take a multifaceted approach to improving her students' performance both technically and physically while also giving her own personal advice on how to approach the mental side of the game. While discussing the game’s finer points, such as when to hit the driver or how to discreetly fill rivals’ golf bags with rocks, clients enjoy a backdrop of mountain vistas amid palm and pine trees at the practice facilities at The McCormick Ranch Golf Club.
Golf visionary Nancy Collins wanted to help women learn golf fundamentals and find a network of like-minded players. To these ends, she founded the all-female league Sassy Golf. After establishing a presence in Denver, Sassy Golf has expanded to include the golf-friendly clime of the Phoenix and Scottsdale area, and participating courses include Troon North and TPC Scottsdale. Throughout the week, members convene on different courses to participate in relaxed outings. The flexible scheduling allows busy members to register for the outings, clinics, and demonstrations that do not conflict with their personal schedules or mysterious inability to be in the same place as a popular superhero. In addition to ladies-only adventures, Sassy Golf coordinates monthly 18-hole coed outings.
Named to the PGA President's Council on Growing the Game in 2006 for his efforts with player-development programs, teaching professional Jason Magee aims to make the sport of golf more enjoyable through private and on-course lessons. Within his instructional domain at local Phoenix golf courses, he helps players of all skill levels to hone their entire games, from drives off the tee to putting on the green. Jason also helps players with the mental aspects of the game through instructional rounds, where he shares course-management strategies and debunks the myth that placing magnets in each hole the night before will facilitate holes in one.