Ford`s Colony Country Club Members, During Traditional

A p r i l 2015
issue
F o r d s C o lo n y CC. c o m
Ford’s Colony Country Club Members,
During Traditional Golf Management’s tenure at Ford’s Colony, we have made every effort
to maintain open and transparent communications with the CCMA board and club members.
With this in mind, we need to make you aware of a recent development pertaining to the
operations of our country club.
As you know, Ford’s Colony Country Club was purchased in November of 2012 by a joint
venture of Accord Golf Capital and Och-Ziff Real Estate. Traditional Golf Management
was retained to oversee the day to day operations of the club. Earlier today, March 20th,
an agreement was reached, whereby Dallas based ClubCorp (NYSE: MYCC) will acquire a
multiclub portfolio of six golf clubs including Fords Colony Country Club from Och-Ziff Real
Estate. ClubCorp will also assume management of the clubs when the transaction is finalized.
ClubCorp is a leading owner-operator of over 200 golf, country, business, sports and alumni
clubs throughout the United States. They have owned and managed private clubs since
1957. More information can be found about the potential new ownership entity at
www.clubcorp.com.
Our goal is to facilitate a smooth and seamless transition with little to no impact to our
members. Both parties have extensive experience in such transitions and our goal is to
maintain the positive atmosphere and momentum currently in place at Ford’s Colony
Country Club. We will work hard to make certain services levels and quality standards are
not interrupted during the transition process.
We are very proud of the improvements we have made at Ford’s Colony Country Club over the
last two and half years and hope that you feel the club is in a better place than it was before
Traditional Golf’s involvement. It has been a great pleasure to work with the friendly members
and enthusiastic staff at Ford’s Colony and we wish nothing but the best for the future of the
club and its members.
The closing date is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, April 7th. We understand that this is
coming as a surprise to you and that you will have many additional questions. As further details
become available, we commit to keep you well informed. If you have specific questions or
concerns please feel free to contact club management.
Paul Mauk
President
Traditional Golf Management
757.566.1138 x 18
FROM THE DESK OF THE GM
Spring is here and the golf season is upon us. It seems like
it’s been a lifetime since we have seen leaves on the trees and
green grass. After a long winter, our crew is working hard to
get our golf courses in top condition. The implementation of proper agronomic
practices such as aerification, fertilization, tree pruning and irrigation will pay
off during the hot summer months. Due to wet conditions, we have had to
implement the cart path only rule for quite a few days. We thank you for your
understanding and cooperation as we protect our playing surfaces.
We have a great deal of fun events for our members in April. We hope you get
to enjoy our Annual Easter Brunch, the return of Lobster Night and April in
Paris. April also brings in the golf season for many of us. Our golf association’s
events are in full swing. Our club’s Opening Day Golf Tournament is on April
11th. This event is open to all golfing members. On Sunday, April 19th please
come out to the Golf Academy to test out new equipment during our 2015
Demo Day. Eric will have representatives from Titleist, TaylorMade, Adams,
Nike, Cleveland and Cobra onsite to custom fit the best clubs specifically for
you. We hope that this is a big hit with our members and we can schedule
more Demo Days in the future.
Another addition this year for our club members is the introduction of a new
Hole in One Club. After a great deal of discussions and planning with our
CCMA Board and our golf associations, we believe that we have created a way to
better link the ultimate achievement in golf with the wonderful fellowship that
we have within our membership. This self-funded program helps the member
who gets a hole in one to commemorate and celebrate the perfect shot without
having to come out of pocket for a large drink tab that comes along with this
honor. It is free to join. Every time a member in the HIO club gets a hole in
one at Fords Colony, the members who are in the HIO club will be charged $2
on their membership account. The Hole in One Club is based per person and
is open to all golf memberships. Therefore, if you think you are due for a perfect
shot please come by the golf shop to sign up. You can also complete the form
online under the Member Golf tab of the member’s only website.
With the help of our CCMA board, we have updated our Membership Yearbook.
You can find the update online under the Information tab of the club website.
Here you can find all of the information about our memberships, committees,
associations and policies. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Directory
Main Line 258-4100
Reservations 258-4107
Harry’s 258-4373
Golf Shop 258-4130
Golf Academy 258-4109
Banquets/Events 258-4120
Accounting 258-4017
Membership 258-4111
Hours of Operation
Members’ Grille
Dress Code: Country Club Casual
– No denim permitted
for dinner service
Lunch:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12pm – 3pm
Dinner:
Tuesday – Saturday, 5pm – 8pm
Closed Sunday & Monday
Harry’s
Dress code: Casual
Monday – Sunday, 11am – 8pm
Reservations
Tuesday through Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm
Closed Monday
Golf Shop
Dress Code: Collared shirts and golf shoes
– No denim permitted
Monday – Sunday 7am – 6pm
First tee time 8am
Please feel free to stop into my office, send me an email or call if you need
to reach me. I am always interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas.
Thank you for being part of our club.
Golf Academy & Range
Monday - Sunday, 7:30am – Dusk
Sincerely,
Administration Office
Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm
Bret Shifflett
PGA General Manager
757-258-4176
[email protected]
Divot Day’s
THANK YOU!!!
On behalf of the entire Club, we
would like to send out a huge thank
you to all who took the time to
participate in Divot Day’s. Thank you
for helping the club keep up the high
standards in quality that we hold for
FCCC. Your dedication and commitment to supporting FCCC truly shines
bright within these gates. We are so
proud to have such a motivated, engaged, and dynamic membership that
is second to none. THANK YOU!!!
Note: Not everyone who participated in Divot Days is pictured
Food and Beverage Bites
April showers bring May flowers. Hopefully we
can continue with this amazing weather as we
enjoy all the treats spring has to offer.
March was a great month in the events department. Our annual
St Patrick’s Day events were sold out in every venue. Men’s Night
Out and Ladies Night Out were all great events with a lot of
support from the membership. Wednesday’s Moroccan buffet was
shared with a few of your neighbors and friends, and everyone
enjoyed sharing the club experience with our non-member guests.
This month we celebrate “April in Paris”. Hopefully the weather
holds up so we can use the Members’ Terrace to have the buffet
set up under the stars. Patio dining is back in full swing! With the
new furniture and the new paint it is the most relaxing place to be.
This year Easter brunch was a fast sell in the Members’ Grille and
Dining Room. Harry’s brunch is still available for reservations on
Easter Sunday and will be offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. instead
of the usual 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Members’ Grille Spring menu is now available with the
addition of some new local ingredients including fresh crab, rock
fish, asparagus, rhubarb, artichokes and much more. The lighter
spring menu is fresher and healthier with salads, fresh fish, and
grilled steaks. The braising pots have been put away until fall.
They new beverage carts have been flying around the club.
We have three brand new beverage carts and additional products
this year as we continually work to improve your options.
From the Greens
Well Spring is finally here!!
We have been busy this winter in the Golf
Operations area with updating the Golf Shop, getting the staff
ready for the season and merchandising the new apparel. We
have also been working with the Golf & Greens Committee on
the overall presentation of our products as well as the HRT
Committee on the year’s upcoming events.
The CCMA Board and FCCC management have also been busy
creating and implementing the new club wide Hole in One
Program. The program highlights are as follows:
• It is open to all golf membership categories.
• Enrollment is voluntary, it is opt-in for the first year.
• It runs through December 31st, there is no option
to stop during the year.
• The open enrollment period will end on April 11th.
This will determine interest and a dollar amount.
• It is free to join with no upfront charge.
• Anytime a member of the HIO club gets a hole in one
your account will be charged $2.00.
• If you are lucky enough to get a hole in one your credit book
will receive the total amount in the kitty. It can be used in
Food & Beverage and/ or the Golf Shop.
• If we do not have at minimum of 125 people signed by
April 11th the program will be put on hold.
I hope everyone has the opportunity to plant a garden this spring.
Fresh herbs make all the difference in getting great flavors and
staying healthier. I hope everyone has a great month and I look
forward to seeing you at the club.
I would like to thank all of you who participated in the club’s
Divot Days. It is greatly appreciated by all. We had a total of 100
members in the 3 divot days. A special thank you to John Zivica
for organizing it all.
Mark
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We have a number of exciting golfing events coming up soon
including Men’s Match Play, Member’s Opening Day, and the
first Partners Twilight of the year. You can read about the details
of each of these events in the golf section of this Newsletter and
take a look at the detailed flyers on the Club Calendar as well as
the bulletin board next to the golf shop.
The year’s first Partner Twilight is on April 24th, the format is
to be determined and the cost per player is $25.00 per person.
A reminder that the golf courses will be closed Thursday,
April 17th after 11:00 am for a three course golf outing.
See you on the links,
Chris Haas
PGA,Director of Golf
[email protected]
258-4134
Grass Clippings
What a winter!
The late winter thaw left us with the task of
re-prioritizing our late winter / early spring
to-do list. As a result, the tree project on Blue Heron has been
rescheduled for next winter.
Our concentration now must be directed towards our playing
surfaces, with focus on the health of our greens and the application
of pre and post emergence weed control to the tees, fairways,
and rough. We will continue to cross items off of our to-do
list but at a slower rate than previously anticipated due to
the harsh winter we endured.
Another item on all of our minds: how are the Blue Heron
greens? After pulling core samples out of the greens and
warming the samples using only a table lamp, we were
ecstatic to see that the cores began growing within 3 days!
As they say on Duck Dynasty, Happy, Happy, Happy!
I look forward to seeing you on the course.
John Marshall
Director of Agronomy
[email protected]
From the Mats
The second month of spring is a big one at
the Golf Academy! We have numerous activities for our membership to participate in
including our season kick off Demo Day. Everyone who comes to
the driving range for Demo Day on Sunday, April 19th will have
the opportunity to enjoy hors d’oeuvres, soda, keg beer, and of
course the newest in golf equipment. Adams, Cleveland, Cobra,
Nike, TaylorMade and Titleist will each have a demonstration
tent set up with fittings available by appointment. To reserve a
fitting please contact the Golf Shop at 757-258-4130. Remember, Golf Academy members receive all golf club purchases at
cost plus 10%!
Another event coming in April is the beginning of our 2015
clinic schedule. This year we will offer ladies, beginner,
advanced, and supervised practice sessions throughout the year.
Academy members receive all clinics at half price. All clinics
can be seen on our Golf Academy web page. To register please
contact the Golf Shop for availability.
Last but not least, for those of you that plan ahead, junior camps
are just around the corner and will be here before you know it.
Junior Camp will run from June until August and welcomes
anyone ages 6 to 16. To register you can either fill out a flyer in
our Golf Shop or you can make your reservations online under
the Golf Academy web page.
As always, if you have any questions please feel free to stop by
the Golf Academy. We look forward to seeing you on the range.
Cheers,
Eric Simmons
Director of instruction
[email protected]
LitWits Book Club
Ladies Night Out
Heart Health
Wednesday, April 1, 5pm – 7pm, BR
Join us for this upcoming Ladies Night Out where special
guest, Dr. Joseph Adinaro, will be sharing his expertise in
cardiovascular health and heart disease as it relates to women.
Dr. Adinaro is a local cardiologist who specializes in
cardiovascular diseases. In 2000 he earned his degree at
Eastern Virginia Medical School and is now affiliated with
both Riverside and Sentara Medical Centers.
Chef Mark will provide six different heart healthy dishes for
everyone that can be prepared within 15 minutes at home!
Yes, recipes will be available! This event is priced at $15 plus
tax and gratuity. Call today to make your reservations!
Stay Tuned to the Social Round Up for details on May’s
Ladies Night Out Fashion Show with Chico’s!
Easter Brunch
Sunday, April 5, 11am – 3pm, MG & DR
Gather your friends and family for an exceptional Easter Brunch
Buffet in the Members’ Grille and Dining Room. This Buffet
will feature exquisite displays and carving stations along with
much more! Even the Easter Bunny himself will make an
appearance, so don’t miss out! The pricing for this event is as
follows: members $29.99, guests $34.99, children 7-12 $15.00,
and children 6 and under are free. Each transaction will have
tax and gratuity added.
Lobster Night
Wednesday, April 8 & Thursday, April 9
5 – 8pm, MG & DR
Come celebrate the first Lobster Night of the year! This special
night will feature a whole steamed lobster served with drawn
butter, boiled potatoes, and fresh corn. This meal is priced at
$28.99 plus tax and gratuity, and our regular dinner menu will
also be available. Call to make your reservations today!
The Masters At Harry’s
Monday, April 6 – Sunday, April 12
Join us in Harry’s April 6 – 12th for our version of the Masters
menu! This special menu will be available from open to close
in addition to our regular menu, so watch the Master’s on one
of our 4 wall mounted T.V.s and don’t miss a single birdie!
Friday, April 23, 12pm, CR
The LitWits meet the fourth Friday of each month with the
exception of November and December when there is a combined
meeting. Meetings are held in Conference Room of the Country
Club at 12:00 noon with lunch from Harry’s. Reservations are
made by individuals wishing to attend by emailing Melissa Blane
at [email protected] Women of all ages are welcome!
Our discussions are lively and interesting with members taking
turns facilitating each month’s book selection.
April’s Book Selection:
All The Light We Cannot See ~ By Anthony Doerr
May’s Book Selection:
The Miniaturist ~ By Jessie Burton
April in Paris
Wednesday, April 29 & Thursday, April 30
5pm – 8pm, MG & DR
Chef Mark and his culinary staff are gearing up to create a “crème
de la crème” buffet rich in classic French “haute cuisine”. As it’s
known in France, “La vie est trop courte pour boire du mauvais vin”,
so call to make your reservations early! Reservations will open
at 10am on Wednesday, April 1st. This event is priced at $29.99
plus tax and gratuity.
Mother’s Day Brunch
Sunday, May 10, 11am – 3pm, MG & DR
Show your appreciation to the woman who made it all possible
this Mother’s Day with a lavish buffet of fine cuisine, delectable
displays and attended carving stations! Reservations begin April
8th at 10am for members and April 22nd at 10am for nonmembers. The price of this event is as follows: Members $29.99,
Guests paying on their own $34.99, Children 7-12 $15.00, and
Children 6 and under eat for free. All transactions will have tax
and gratuity added.
Caribbean Nights
Wednesday & Thursday, May 27 & 28
5 – 8pm, MG & DR
Make haste while de sun shine and feast upon the best the islands
have to offer! Let the sea set you free as you sample through the
flavors and aromas of the Caribbean while the soft melody of
steel drums take you away. This buffet is priced at $29.99 plus tax
and gratuity. Reservations begin Wednesday, April 29th at 10am,
so be sure to beat de iron while it hot!
2015 Men’s Match Play
Join the season long battle for Ford’s Colony Country Club’s
Net Championship! The cost is $10 and sign ups end Wednesday,
April 15th at 5:00pm. There will be Blue and White divisions.
Flights in the divisions will be based on the amount of players
for each division. If needed, flight winners will play to determine
a division winner. Your April 1st handicap index will be used to
determine which flight you are in. The event is open to Ford’s
Colony Full Golf members only. All matches will be 18 hole
matches. Each round will have a specific time period to be
completed. If a date can’t be agreed upon the golf shop will set
a tee time on the last day of the time period. Please call the golf
shop if you have any questions 258- 4130.
Members’ Opening Day
Saturday, April 11, 9am Shotgun, BK
Full Golf and Associate Golf members, join us for a round of
golf with a special Master’s themed lunch following play for
our annual Members’ Opening Day tournament! This Master’s
themed tournament is open for both men and women and will be
a 2 person, better ball event. Men will receive 90% and women
95% of their course handicap. Flights will be based upon the
combine handicap index, and prizes will be determined by the
size of the field. This event will cost $40 per person not including
cart fees. Deadline for all sign-ups is Thursday, April 9th at
12pm, so stop by the golf shop to sign up and join in the fun!
Demo Day
Sunday, April 19, 10pm – 4pm, Driving Range
Enjoy complimentary refreshments when you stop by the
Academy on Sunday, April 19th to take advantage of what the
best brands in golf have to offer! TaylorMade, Cobra, Titalist,
Adams, Nike, and Cleveland will each provide demonstrations
and club fittings (by appointment) with their cutting edge line
of golf clubs!
Call 757-258-4130 today to schedule your Demo Day club fitting.
Spectators are welcome!
Golf Academy Members receive all Golf Clubs at the exclusive
rate of cost plus 10%! Make sure you join the Academy before
Demo Day to get the most out of this special event!
Partners Twilight
Friday, April 24, 5pm Shotgun, BH
Sign up in the Golf Shop for this fun 9 hole shotgun and
buffet dinner following play. Pick your partner or sign up solo
and roll the dice to see who your co-ed partner will be! The cost
is $25.00 per person which includes both golf and dinner.
MGA’s Spring Fling
Friday, May 1, 9am Shotgun, BK
The MGA invites all Full Golf and Associate Golf members to
join them in their 4 man team tournament! The format will be
modified stableford. The price to play is $5 and prizes as well as a
cash barbecue grill and complimentary keg beer will be available.
Start forming your teams today and look for the detailed flyer on
the Club Calendar.
Eve N’ Rib
Saturday, May 2, 1pm Shotgun, BH
It’s time for our annual Adam and Eve tournament! Play a round
of 18 (or 9) with cocktails, dinner and prizes following play! This
will be co-ed partnered teams with a format that will be sure to
keep you on your toes! For players who opt to play 18 holes, you
will play 6 consecutive holes in three different formats: Best Ball,
Chapman Alternate Shot, Scramble or Captains Choice. This
year we are adding a field for those who wish to play only 9 holes.
In this case you will play 3 holes in each format. This price for
this event is $50 per person, not including cart fees. Sign up
in the Golf Shop and see the flyer on the Club Calendar or the
Golf Shop bulletin board for more details. Sign up deadline is
Thursday, April 30th at 12pm.
Save the Date!
Olde Town Medical and Dental
Center Tournament
Thursday, May 7, 1pm, Shotgun, MH & BH
Members, guests and sponsors - come join the MGA in this lively
and gratifying fundraising tournament to benefit the Olde Towne
Medical and Dental Center! This will be an 18-hole tournament
with sponsored hole-in-one prizes, raffles including a 50/50 raffle,
and a silent art auction in which all proceeds go directly to
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OTMDC. This fundraising event has been a part of FCCC’s
MGA tradition since 1996 and to date they have managed to
raise over $680,000 for OTMDC through the golf tournament
and sponsor/resident fundraising campaign! Join us and spread
the word to help support one of our most worthwhile and
valuable local community services! Entry forms for this
tournament are located in the Golf Shop and computer room.
Save the Date!
Memorial Day Tournament
Monday, May 25th
generously donated by members of the Ford’s Colony Artists’
League and other resident artists. This artwork is currently on
display on the wall next to the Between Rounds Café in Harry’s.
Forms to record your bid for these original works of art are
located adjacent to the offerings and the bidding will be open
until the conclusion of the golf tournament on May 7th. So stop
by Harry’s to see what our artists have created and place your
bid on an original piece of art to decorate your home or office.
The auction is open to all Ford’s Colony residents, staff and the
general public. You do not need to play in the golf tournament
to participate in this Silent Auction.
8:30am, Shotgun, MH
Honor those who paid the ultimate price to defend our freedom
by celebrating yours in our annual Memorial Day tournament and
cook out. This 18 hole, 2 person, Captain’s Choice tournament
is open to men and women with Full Golf and Associate Golf
memberships with a cook out lunch to follow play on Harry’s
Patio. Player A will receive 60% of their handicap and player B
will receive 40% of their handicap. These two numbers will be
added together to form a team handicap. The price to participate
will be $40 not including cart fees, and prizes will be determined
by the size of the field. Sign-ups begin for Full Golf members on
Monday, April 13th, and for Associate Golf members on Sunday,
April 29th. All sign-ups will end on Saturday, May 23rd.
Club News
Olde Town Medical Charity
Silent Auction
Harry’s, March 16 – May 7
Hole-in-One
Club
Attention ALL golf members:
Associate Golf and Full Golf!
Ford’s Colony CC and the CCMA have worked together to
create a Hole-in-One Club that is open to all members and
is free to join! Celebrate one of the most coveted golfing
achievements with your friends and fellow members with a
membership based, self-funded program that allows a pay out
to be used by the member who gets a hole-in-on. Allow us
to touch on a few more details:
• There is no initial fee, and enrollment is voluntary.
• Each time member who has joined the HIO (Hole-in-One)
Club gets a hole in one, each individual who has opted into the
HIO Club will have $2 charged to their membership account.
• This money is put into a credit book for that lucky member,
where 50% is recommended to be used for Food and Beverage
purchases. This is so you are able to open a tab to celebrate your
achievement with fellow members and friends without touching
your pocket! Any F&B purchase used with this credit must be
used the day of your hole in one unless otherwise approved by
management.
• Once the tab is closed the remainder of the balance is put into
a credit book. You will be able to use this for merchandise or even
to commemorate your shot with one of the trophy options that
will be in the Golf Shop.
• Stipulations: Your hole-in-one must be on a Ford’s Colony golf
course, witnessed and attested by at least 2 others, and reported
to a Golf Shop manager. The credit book cannot be used toward
your food and beverage minimum.
On May 7th the Men’s Golf Association will be holding its 20th
annual golf tournament to support the Olde Towne Medical &
Dental Center. Part of this year’s fundraising event will once
again include a Silent Auction of original art created and
We will need the participation of at least 125 members to put
this Club in motion. Sign-ups begin on Sunday, March 1st and
will end on Saturday, April 11th. If we are unable to gain enough
participation, the plan will be put on hold. You can sign up in
the golf shop or go online to the member’s only website, click on
Golf, and choose Hole in One Club to read all of the details and
fill out an online form that will be submitted electronically.
FCCC recognizes outstanding achievement!
Many of you have seen club maintenance worker John (JP) Piggott around the club
hard at work, but did you know that JP is also an undisputed local legend in the
running community? According to MarathonGuide.com JP has won 10 marathon
championships as well as countless 5ks, 10ks and half marathons championships.
If you ask him, he couldn’t tell you how many he has won because to him, it’s not
so much about the accomplishment of winning, but the personal goal of taking on
a challenge and seeing it to the end.
JP wasn’t born a runner. In fact he ran his first Marathon at the age of 30. Thirteen
years later at the age of 43 he took on a challenge that left many in a mixed state
of awe and bewilderment. That year, in 2008, JP ran a total of 17 marathons.
In six consecutive weeks John Piggott ran six marathons in Canada, New Jersey,
Minnesota, Ohio, and North Carolina. What’s even more remarkable is that
during this revered marathon of marathons his worst time was 2:41.04.
As it has been decided since the beginning, just before his 50th birthday, John
Piggott retired from the Marathon scene Sunday, March 15th. His last and
175th marathon was the One City in Newport News, VA where he finished
12th overall and 4th in his age group.
The Lafayette High School track team will continue to benefit from JP’s expertise
as he continues coaching with no end date in site.
John (JP) Piggott
The Daily Press interviewed JP and has written an article highlighting his
achievements, paying him his much deserved recognition. Go to Dailypress.com
and search John Piggott to read more.
Our first Men’s Night Out of the year went
off with a BANG.. Street vendors, antipasto
bar, hoagies, make your own cannolis…
fugettaboutit! The rave reviews are still
pouring in!
Fireside Chat: Guest Speaker Michelle Reiss
from the CCW educated and entertained a
full house in the Banquet Room for our
Fireside Chat event. We hope to have him
back again in the future!
CCMA Rules Clinic: The CCMA
and Golf Pros, Chris Haas and Richard
Rice, did a great job organizing this
clinic to prepare us for the upcoming
golf season with a golfing fundamentals
run down and rules of play refresher.
St. Patrick’s Day: Pictured here is
reservation specialist Cheryl Pool and the
band Celtica getting ready for the fun
and festivities about to unfold for our
St. Patrick’s Day Party!
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
See you
at the Club!
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Wednesday
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Ladies Night Out
Heart Health
5-7 pm, BR
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Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO
Free 5-8 pm, HT
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Aerifying MH
Greens
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Thursday
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Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
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Aerifying MH
Greens
9
Friday
Saturday
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4
Friday Night
$12.99
Delight Drink and
PASTA
Appetizer Specials
Special
5-8 pm, HT
5-8 pm, HT
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Aerifying MH March Madness, HT
Greens
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Friday Night
Hand & Foot
Burger Bonanza
EASTER Brunch
Throw Back
1/2 Price Burger
$12.99 SEAFOOD
Delight Drink and
9:30 am, MG
Night, 5-8 pm
Special
MG & DR
Thursday
$10.99
BOGO
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Appetizer Specials
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MG & DR
5-8 pm, HT
5-7 pm, MG
Free 5-8 pm, HT
Mah Jongg
5-8 pm, HT
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Brunch
1 pm, MG
Lobster Night
Lobster Night
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Duplicate Bridge
Master’s Menu, HT
11 am - 3 pm
Pizza Madness
5-8 pm
5-8 pm
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6:45 pm, HT
Master’s Menu, HT
HT
All Day, HT
MG
&
DR
MG
&
DR
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Member’s
Opening
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Master’s Menu, HT Master’s Menu, HT
Day 9 am, BK
50¢ Wings
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Master’s Menu, HT Master’s Menu, HT
2-8 pm, HT
March Madness, HT
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Brunch
11 am - 2 pm, HT
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Master’s Menu, HT
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50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
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Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
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Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO
Free 5-8 pm, HT
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
19
20
21
22
23
Brunch
11 am - 2 pm, HT
–––––––
Associate Golf
TT MH
–––––––
50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
–––––––
Demo Day
10 am-4 pm, Range
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
–––––––
Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
–––––––
Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
–––––––
Wine Society
Tasting, 7pm, BR
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
–––––––
Duplicate Bridge
6:45 pm, HT
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO
Free 5-8 pm, HT
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
26
Brunch
11 am - 2 pm
HT
–––––––
50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
27
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
–––––––
Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
–––––––
Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
28
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
29
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO
Free 5-8 pm, HT
–––––––
April in Paris
5-8pm
MG & DR
30
17
18
Friday Night
Delight Drink and
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
–––––––
Courses Closed
for a 3 Course
Tournament
$12.99
BBQ
Special
5-8 pm, HT
24
25
Friday Night
Delight Drink and
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
–––––––
Partner’s Twilight
5 pm, BH
–––––––
LitWits
12 pm, CR
$12.99
PASTA
Special
5-8 pm, HT
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
–––––––
April in Paris
5-8pm
MG & DR
MT - Members’ Terrace MG - Members’ Grille GP - Garden Pavilion BR - Banquet Room DR - Dining Room CR - Conference Room HT - Harry’s Tavern
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Saturday
1
2
Friday Night
Eve N’ Rib
Delight Drink and
1pm, SG
–––––––
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
$12.99
–––––––
SEAFOOD Special
5-8 pm, HT
MGA’s
Spring Fling
9 am SG, BK
Save The Dates:
June 10th Classic Cocktail Tour!
June 17th Men’s Night Out!
3
4
5
6
7
Brunch
11 am - 2 pm
HT
–––––––
50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
–––––––
Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
–––––––
Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
–––––––
Duplicate Bridge
6:45 pm, HT
Ladies Night Out
Fashion Show
5-7pm, GP
–––––––
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO Free
5-8 pm, HT
10
11
12
Mother’s Day
Brunch
11am-3pm
DR & MG
–––––––
Brunch
11 am - 2 pm, HT
–––––––
50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
–––––––
Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
–––––––
Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
17
Brunch
11 am - 2 pm, HT
–––––––
50¢ Wings
2-8 pm, HT
24/31
Friday
8
9
OTMDC
Tournament
1pm SG
BH & MH
–––––––
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
Friday Night
Delight Drink and
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
$12.99
BBQ Special
5-8 pm, HT
13
14
15
16
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
Lobster Night
5-8 pm
MG & DR
–––––––
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO Free
5-8 pm, HT
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
–––––––
Lobster Night
5-8 pm
MG & DR
Friday Night
Delight Drink and
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
–––––––
Partners Twilight
5pm, SG BH
$12.99
PASTA Special
5-8 pm, HT
18
19
20
21
22
23
Hand & Foot
9:30 am, MG
–––––––
Mah Jongg
1 pm, MG
–––––––
Pizza Madness
All Day, HT
1/2 Price Burger
Night, 5-8 pm
MG & DR
–––––––
Duplicate Bridge
6:45 pm, HT
Wine Society
Dinner
7pm, DR
–––––––
Burger Bonanza
$10.99 BOGO Free
5-8 pm, HT
Throw Back
Thursday
5-7 pm, MG
–––––––
Courses Closed
for a
3 Course
Tournament
25
26
27
28
Swing in to Spring Caribbean Night
Caribbean Night
24th: Assoc. Golf TT MH Memorial Day
LGA, 8 am, SG BK 5-8 pm MG & DR 5-8 pm MG & DR
Brunch 11 am-2 pm, HT
Tournament
8:30am, SG MH
–––––––
50 cent Wings
–––––––
–––––––
–––––––
Swing in to Spring
2 pm-8 pm, HT
1/2 Price Burger
Burger Bonanza
Hand & Foot
–––––––
$10.99 BOGO Free LGA, 8am, SG BK
Night, 5-8 pm
am, MG
31st: Sunday Fun-day 3pm 9:30
–––––––
5-8 pm, HT
MG & DR
–––––––
SG BK Dinner in BR
Mah Jongg
Throw Back
1 pm, MG
Brunch 11 am-2 pm, HT
Thursday
–––––––
50 cent Wings
5-7
pm, MG
Pizza Madness
2 pm-8 pm, HT
All Day, HT
Friday Night
$12.99
Delight Drink and SEAFOOD Special
Appetizer Specials
5-8 pm, HT
5-8 pm, HT
–––––––
LitWits, 12 pm, CR
29
30
Friday Night
Delight with
Live Music
5:30 - 8pm, HT
$12.99
BBQ Special
5-8 pm, HT
MT - Members’ Terrace MG - Members’ Grille GP - Garden Pavilion BR - Banquet Room DR - Dining Room CR - Conference Room HT - Harry’s Tavern
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