Annual Meeting order:
Comments from President Bert Pearce Invocation from Mary Lee Cuthrell at 8:50 in the video Nick Eatmon reads financial recap from CPA Joy Bell at 15:35 Sean Hug gives grounds maintenance report at 27:40 Nick Eatmon gives manager report at 40:40 Nick Eatmon responds to membership questions at 56:26 Nick Eatmon shows concept pictures for future clubhouse at 1:01 Dan Novey comments on upcoming optional capital campaign
at 1:05 club lawyer John Harris announces election with winners being
Andrew Foster, Joyce Olsen & Bert Pearce
Wednesday sunset dinner special.
Steak night $20
Regular menu also available Online Registration
Dinner specials & Bingo are back on Wednesdays!
Playing from 6 to 7. Play will be in the ballroom (capacity 69). Play for free!
Club puts in $100 for winnings every week. _____________________________
Pizza, wings & drink specials
Regular menu also available
Panko encrusted mahi over cheddar grits and a tomatillo cream sauce $20
Dine in or take out.
Regular menu also available.
Serving from 5 to 8. Online Registration
Family movie night
Movie begins at 6.
Thanksgiving brownies for kids.
Turkey craft for the kids.
Sunday brunch served from 10 till 2.
Treat yourself to a mimosa or bloody mary! _____________________________
Why stress over Thanksgiving dinner?
Let the club do all the work for you! Classic dinner
2 dinners $35
8 dinners $120
12 dinners for $180
A la carte prices are per person
Honey Glazed Ham $6
Sweet Potato Casserole $4
Green Bean Casserole $4
Mac & Cheese $4
Collard Greens $4
Cranberry Sauce $4
Pre order deadline, Sunday, November 22nd at noon
Pick up Wednesday, November 25th.
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. _____________________________
Next round of course improvements to include the following:
Wooden bridge on 18 replaced with stone bridge.
Temporary replacement bridge has been installed.
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.
Sod work predominantly in high traffic areas along the edges of cart paths
Pink muhly placed on mounding left of #9.
Additional 60 plants on the way.
Crew will continue work cleaning out beds in preparation for additional plants.
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.
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.