From El Paso International Airport
Fazio course in El Paso open to public
Texas Golfer Magazine, North Texas Edition featured Butterfield Trail Golf Course as the cover story in the May 2008 issue.
El Paso has something no other city in Texas can claim—a Tom Fazio-designed municipal golf course, the Butterfield Trail Golf Club, that is open to the public, mentioned James McAfee, writer for the magazine. The article emphasized Butterfield Trail Golf Course being named as one of the tip 10 courses you can play by Golf Magazine and one of the candidates for the Best New Courses by Golf Digest. Including, the 8,800 square foot club house which received the Mayor’s Award for outstanding architectural design from the American Institute of Architects.
Spirit of Amigo Fair
As part of the National Tourism Week, El Paso International Airport participated in the Spirit of the Amigo Travel Tradeshow on Thursday, May 15, 2008. This event provided the opportunity to showcase and promote Butterfield Trail Golf Course, as well as the opportunity to participate in an annual community event.
El Paso is on the Right Path
Airport Revenue News featured the article by Evonn Gibbs, “Looking to Boost Revenue...Airports Come Up With Off-Beat Ideas” in their March 2008 Issue.
“From just about anywhere on the campus of El Paso International (ELP), say officials, one can look across the horizon as see a multi-billion-dollar military installation going up almost as far as the eye can see.”
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