June 1st

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Pro Shop

·         Demo Days - We will be re-booking our demo days with the first one being Titleist, Saturday June 12th 1:30-5:30. Sign up in the pro shop.

·         Driving Range – Please note, with the days getting longer, the driving range does close down in the evenings. We close the range and practice area 1 hour before sunset, which is currently around 8:30pm.  We do this so the back shop staff has time to get the range re-set for the next day, and your understanding is appreciated.

Ladies and Men`s Day

·         Ladies Day - With the recent Covid changes we will continue with our Ladies Day on Tuesday evenings.  The ladies currently run cross over tee times, on 1 and 10 starting at 4:12.  After 2 pm there will be no 18-hole rounds allowed.  This will stay in effect until the government allows bigger group gatherings, at which time we will move to a shot gun start.

·         Men`s Day – Men`s day will continue to run Wednesday and Thursday for the month of June.  You will book your own tee times and check in at the pro shop to sign up with a $20 entry fee.  Once protocols change, we will go back to having a Wednesday evening shotgun start for the men, while also allowing players to sign up in the morning for men`s day.

Clubhouse

·         Deck Opening – With the change in Covid rules we are now allowed to open the deck.  We will see the kitchen open from 11am until 9:30pm until the next phase occurs.  The current rules state only tables of 4 are permitted with family and close contacts, with last call at 10pm and closure by 11pm.  Please try to follow these rules as the end is in sight.

·         Take Out – Take out is still available and we thank everyone for their support of the kitchen and clubhouse over the last few weeks.

 

Grounds

·         Ball Marks – With the recent aeration completed, and the greens being a bit softer, we are seeing an increase in unfixed ball marks.  We understand that early in the season it is sometimes hard to find your mark, but now it is very easy to see the ball marks, especially the fresh ones.  The concerning thing about this is 90% of our play is members, which leads to think there are a lot of members not respecting the ball mark etiquette.  We provide free divot tools in the pro shop, so please fix your ball marks as well as those of others who have not followed this simple courtesy.