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Members don't forget to use your credit winnings by the end of the year.
Credits can be used for merchandise or food after 5:00.
If the club doesn't have what you're looking for in the shop,
the staff can order from a number of vendors and have
merchandise sent directly to you!

Families your response for club activities has been incredible.
You've asked for more movie nights so why not 2 in December!
The Polar Express starting this Friday at 5:30!
Families if you want a second movie you'll have your pick!
Friday dinner special will be advertised in the next club email.


Friday, December 18th 
The Grinch Stole Christmas showing from 5:30 to 7:15
Elf showing from 7:15 to 9:00

Kids will have the opportunity to decorate cupcakes and work on a craft!
Regular menu available, dinner special will be advertised on December 17th.

Online Registration

Wednesday sunset dinner special.
St Louis style ribs with baked beans and potato salad $15
Regular menu also available

Online Registration

Bingo is back on Wednesdays!
Playing from 6 to 7.  Play will be in the ballroom.
Play for free!
Club puts in $100 for winnings every week


Pizza, wings & drink specials
Regular menu also available


Local special will be advertised on Thursday.
Dine in or take out.
Regular menu also available.
Serving from 5 to 8.  

Online Registration

Sunday brunch served from 10 till 2.
Treat yourself to a mimosa or bloody mary!


Next Saturday

Saturday, December 19th
Prime Rib with baked potato and salad $20
Dine in or take out.


The MCCC LGA is once again sponsoring a food drive for the Salvation Army.
At Christmas time there will be a box in the foyer for your donations
of non perishable food items.  This drive will go from Thanksgiving to the 23rd of December.
We would appreciate any donations to Salvation Army.

Toys for tots drop off also available in the foyer.

Next round of course improvements to include the following:
Starting immediately:

Wooden bridge on 18 is being replaced with a stone bridge.
Temporary replacement bridge has been installed.

Forms going up for new bridge

Cart path replacement on holes 15 & 18.
Additional areas of poor cart path will also be replaced.
This is the continuation of a long term plan to replace broken paths.

Winter projects:
Drainage installation - Portions of fairways 1, 7, 11 & 12
Areas by the green on holes 12,15,18 
Portion of rough on hole 13

25+ foot Oak trees to be planted between 5 & 6 and between 8 & 10.
This is the start of a long term tree replacement plan.

Early spring:
Driving range netting on the left of the driving range.
Net to be 30 foot tall.


To assist the staff, ensure safety, protect course conditions 
and assist with proper pace of play you are asked to abide by the following guidelines:

Check in with the golf shop before play.
Abide by cart rules for the day.
No fivesomes before 2:00.

Any tee time with less than 4 players may have players added to the tee time by staff to total a foursome.
No one under the age of 16 is to drive a cart anywhere on site.
Golfers are not to tee off on their second nine before 9:00.

All handicap golfer are to present handicap tag or doctors note to staff.

Be mindful of pace of play
Pace of play is to be 3 hours & 45 minutes or less. 
Allocations allowed for cart path only days & tournaments.
If you have an open hole in front of your group at any time you are to let faster players through.

Please take note:
Violations of the rules above will result in a warning.
Additional violation to result in a $100 fine.
Next violation to result in temporary suspension of club.
Further violations will result in actions determined by Board of Directors.


Save $2,000 on future initiations by being one of the next 20 who apply for membership.
All applicants will be subject to the current wait list.

Membership options include full membership & social/afternoon golf memberships.
Social/afternoon golf includes membership rates for golf after 12:30.
Both full and social/afternoon membership categories have options including:
junior (under age of 40), non-resident & resident memberships
All memberships are family memberships.

For more information call Nick Eatmon at 252.342.0951

or email

All memberships are subject to a one time $3,000 initiation

Full Membership Rates:

Resident Membership (Carteret County and Havelock): 
Stock Certificate (One Time Fee)            $100.00 
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range                $665.00 

Resident Membership (Carteret County and Havelock): 
Stock Certificate (One Time Fee)            $100.00 
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range               $608.75 

Junior Membership, Under 40 
Stock Certificate (One Time Fee)        $100.00 
One (1) Quarter Dues & Range           $550.00

Social/Afternoon golf membership rates
Includes full use of the golf course after 12:30
Full use of pool and clubhouse throughout the day
For those wishing to use the range you will add $25 a quarter

Resident Membership (Carteret County and Havelock): 
One (1) Quarter Dues                              $490.00 

Non-Resident Membership:
One (1) Quarter Dues                              $433.75 

Junior Membership, Under 40 
One (1) Quarter Dues                                $375.00 

Is the current amount raised for clubhouse project through lifetime memberships.
Limited number of lifetime memberships available.

Lifetime membership rates for current members
Ages 70 & above ~ $12,500
55 to 70 years of age ~ $17,500
Under 55 years of age ~ $25,000

Initiations for perspective members will be added to rates show above.
Perspective members joining under the lifetime membership will move to the top of the waiting list.

For more information call Nick Eatmon at 252.342.0951

or email


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