Real Time Newsletter
This section provides members with the latest information as submitted by the club executive. This includes news on upcoming tournaments, past tournament results and any other important information provided by the Club's executive board.
2009 Club Champions

On Friday, March 9, members gathered for dinner, dancing and to congratulate
the following members on their great play throughout the past season.
Pictured left to right:  Ladies Club Champion, Karen Ryder, Husband and Wife Champion Bob and Kathy Collins, and Men’s Club Champion Mike LoCastro. Not pictured: Low Gross Nine Hole Club Champion, Genny Brown. 

Key aspects of our new Club website...

At long last, our club's new website has been launched, and you will love it. Rather than being "informational", this site will enhance your club experience in a number of ways. In no particular order, you will now be able to:

* Sign-up for events on-line
* Check your pairings and tee times (no need to call the pro shop)
* Preview the actual scorecard for the event, identifying your handicap and stroke holes
* Review tournament results after the event, to see how you ranked against the rest of the field
* Post Bulletin Board messages to other members
* Find Playing partners with the Member Search Engine.

We believe this site will make things easier for all of us.  It takes advantage of the power of the internet in ways that can bring the club closer together, improving communications and overall participation.

All Community Outing

"Jimmy Buffet In Paradise” with Tim Casey Sunday, April 1, Cocktails 6:00 pm, Dinner 7:00 pm (Casual/Theme)

$13.95 Buffet to include the following: Tossed Salad with assorted toppings and dressings, Margarita Chicken, Fried Catfish, Rice, Mixed vegetables and Assorted Desserts.

Come dressed in your favorite Jimmy Buffet attire or casual attire. Shorts, grass skirts, Hawaiian shirts and hats are appropriate for this event. No jeans, bathing suits, bare feet or t-shirts.

Please call the clubhouse for reservations or email them to

From The Bean Counter’s Corner
This month I wanted to revisit something that Andrea said in her article last month; the importance of committees at the club. The finance and strategic planning committee plays a big role in the operations of your club, as well as the long range direction the club will take. These very dedicated club members look at every angle of issues ranging from membership pricing to the current year’s dues structure. They take their personal concerns out of the discussion, and truly look at what is best for the entire club. It has been a pleasure to work with some wonderful ladies and gentlemen over the past few years on this committee - and I want to extend my thanks to each one of them. I also want to invite anyone that is interested in this aspect of the club to get in touch with either the club treasurer or myself to see if this might be an area you would like to be more involved. It doesn’t take a large amount of time, and the return on that time investment is great. I look forward to talking with you soon. Have a wonderful spring.

Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch; Sunday, April 8th from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

$29.95 Buffet to include the following:

Sliced fruit display, fruit and cheese display, crudite with dip, smoked salmon display with appropriate condiments, spring greens with assorted salad toppings and dressings, marinated vegetable salad, baby shrimp, tomato and scallion salad with a sherry vinaigrette, waldorf salad, cross rolls, spring leg of lamb with a roasted garlic rosemary sauce, carved Honey Baked Ham with whole grain mustard and a honey raisin glaze, sauteed tilapia, chicken portobello, wild rice blend, herb roasted potatoes, vegetable medley, green beans with amaretto and almonds, and assorted Easter desserts.

Casual Attire Sportswear, blouses, slacks, and shirts with a collar or banded collar shirt. No shorts or t-shirts.

To make a reservation please call 555-7000 or email request to

Revised Rules of Golf
1) Since bad shots come in groups of three, a fourth bad shot is actually the beginning of the next group of three. 2) When you look up and cause an awful shot, you will always look down again at exactly the moment when you ought to start watching the ball if you ever want to see it again. 3) Any change works for a maximum of three holes and a minimum of not at all. 4) No matter how bad you are playing, it is always possible to play worse. 5) Never try to keep more than 300 separate thoughts in your mind during your swing. 6) When your shot has to carry over a water hazard, you can either hit one more club or two more balls. 7) If you're afraid a full shot might reach the green while the foursome ahead of you is still putting out, you have two options: you can immediately shank a lay-up, or you can wait until the green is clear and top a ball halfway there. 8) The inevitable result of any golf lesson is the instant elimination of the one critical unconscious motion that allowed you to compensate for all your errors. 9) Golfers who claim they don't cheat, also lie. 10) Everyone replaces his divot after a perfect approach shot. 11) It's surprisingly easy to hole a 50-foot putt when you are lying 10. 12) It's not a gimme if you're still away. 13) There are two kinds of bounces: unfair bounces, and bounces just the way you meant to play it. 14) Every time a golfer makes a birdie, he must subsequently make two triple bogeys to restore the fundamental equilibrium of the universe.

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