The only constant is change, therefore we are ready for June to start and leave May and the bad weather behind. Let us look ahead at what the schedule holds:
June and July Events:
Friday-Sunday 15th-17th Fathers Day Sale Dice Sale– The sale will consist of 1 dice table and 9 dice, once you have picked out your soft good purchase then you roll the dice to see your savings. The least you can receive is 25%, but the most you may receive is 54%. This sale is on all soft goods, Men’s Apparel, Ladies Apparel, and Youth Apparel. Soft goods consist of shirts, hats, sweaters, and fleece, however such things as shoes clubs and balls are not included. Free Gift Wrapping will be available on Saturday and Sunday for all your purchases. Come out and try your luck!!!!!
Sunday 17th Annual Fathers Day Event-once again we look forward to a nice field for this fantastic bonding event. This is truly a fun day that you and your family can bond and spend some nice time together. Play will be off the first tee, with tee-times assigned by the Golf Shop, we do honor requests that day of playing companions, or if we must fill out your group we certainly will. You must pre-sign up for this event in the Golf Shop prior to Thursday at noon, due to heavy participation the day has become a very busy. The event will be Callaway (using Callaway scoring system) Total of 2 for winners in both Net and Gross divisions. These simple events allow everyone to have fun without a handicap and especially without any pressure.
Wednesday June 13th Men’s Stag-The Stag will start with lunch at 11:30 am, followed by a shotgun start at 1 pm. The golf as always is followed by a superb dinner made by Chef Jess and her fantastic staff. Presentation of prizes will follow the dinner in a timely fashion. This is a great way to entertain clients and friends on a small budget. The cost of the event includes golf for your guest, cart fee, lunch, dinner, and prizes.
Tuesday June 26th Ladies Guest Day-Registration will begin at 8 am followed by a 9 am Shotgun start with Lunch to follow, this is continually the highlight of the schedule for the Ladies Golf Season. The sign-up sheet is in the locker room please sign in with your guest’s names and course where handicap can be verified. I personally guarantee that everyone will have a great time!!! You must be registered prior to Thursday June 22nd.
July 14th and 15th Member-Member –A grand 2 day event which is the highlight of the team year! Choose your partner and sign up in the Golf Shop, we will pair you for both Shotgun starts on Saturday and Sunday with shotguns at 9:15 both days. Please watch the newsletter and the mail for your invitation. The tournament will be played at full handicap, if by chance you wish to play and need a partner the Golf Shop will be glad to pair you. Full golf members only.
The Red Solo Cup Open will be played on Saturday June 30th, it is a 9-hole par 3 event with on-course beer tasting and the band Hy-5 following play. Play will begin at 4:30 pm with prizes and surprises throughout the round. You may bring guests and can sign up with a 2-, 3-, or 4-some. There will be proximity prizes on every hole including long putts and closest to the pins.
Junior Golf Camps-1 day camp Thursday June 7 8:30-12:30—3 day Wed June 27-Friday June 29 8:30-12:30—1 day Thursday August 2 8:30-12:30. Please call Golf Shop for registration details.
Other Golf Shop happenings:
The US OPEN. The Golf Shop will be having a pool to help peak interest in the National Open festivities. For $10 you get to pick your players, they are as follows: a European player, a US born player, and a world player. Don’t worry it is much easier than how it reads.
The Practice Range –the tee is now being cut 2 times per week to ensure better conditions when you go to practice. The range will close for scheduled weekly cutting starting at 5pm on Sunday evening and remain closed until Monday at 9am.
Guest Policy– When bringing a guest to our club please remind them of our policy of dress to alleviate any uncomfortable situations. As the presenting member you are solely responsible for your guest’s actions during their visit to our facility.
When we think about sharpening the saw we forget that self talk can be the biggest detriment to holding back our ability. Instead of talking yourself into consequences that tighten up your muscles you can work on your breathing. Do this drill to lighten yourself up, close your eyes, breath in thru your nose for 5 seconds, hold the breath in for 5 seconds and then blow it out for 4 seconds. See that helps!