NINE-HOLE LADIES’ LEAGUE
“Nothin’ could be finer….” November 9th proved to be a grand and glorious day for our 2004 season finale. Everything was perfect: good golf, good food and good friends! Thanks to all who made it happen.
Our special thanks to Jane Walling, our out-going president, for an outstanding job this past year. And after our successful closing event, we forgive all the other rain-outs. You were a great president and inspired us always to play our very best! Thanks, also, to the other out-going Board members who performed their duties with such faithfulness and diligence.
Our newly elected 2005 Board is as follows:
President – Barbara Rueb, Vice President – Sue Rantala, Secretary – Carol Palmquist and Treasurer – Sheila McLester
Tournament Committee…Cathy diDonato, Mary Jane Hegedus, Diane Koltunovich and Fran Mellios
The winners of our November Scramble are:
1st Place: Judy Block, Alice Demastus, Judy Eater, Dolores Flashman
2nd Place: Maureen Fowley, Diane Koltunovich, Fran Mellios, Darlene Schultz
3rd Place: Bobby Mertens, Nancy Reutter, Jane Walling, Antoinette Weirich
Closest to the Line: Nancy Gray, Closest to the Pin: Julie Jones and Best Attendance: Judy Eater & Maureen Fowley
We “tore up the course” in 2004 with 38 birdies and 572 pars. Looks like Hole #8 was our favorite with 9 birdies and Hole #3 our nemesis with 0 birdies.
Our Birdie ladies are:
One Birdie…Joann Blessing, Judy Block, Anne Cornell, Marti Derleth, Nancy Reutter, Linnea Sadd and Anne Warren
Two Birdies…Ginny Beers, Cathy diDonato, Julie Jones and Barb Rueb
Three Birdies…Nancy Anders, Maureen Fowley and Ellen Wiese
Four Birdies…Geri Kanaley and Sue Wisniewski
Six Birdies…that’s right…Six Birdies…Louise Clifford
But the best award, certainly the most unique award, should be given to one of our members who showed up for our final Scramble without her clubs!! All she had was a ball and a tee, and even though she took a lot of teasing, she had a great time!!!
See ya’ll next year!…Anne Warren
UPDATED UPCOMING EVENTS
Monday, January 10th – Magnolia Closed
Monday, January 10th – Ladies’ Bridge Luncheon
Wednesday, January 12th – Duplicate Bridge
Monday, January 17th – Holly Closed
Thursday, January 20th – Garden Club Luncheon
Thursday, January 20th – Pub Night
Sunday, January 23rd – Par Chasers [Holly]
Monday, January 24th – Magnolia Closed
Friday, January 28th – Social Two-Hours
Monday, January 31st – Holly Closed
Monday, January 31st through Friday, February 4th – Clubhouse Closed
Monday, February 7th – Magnolia Closed
Monday, February 7th and Tuesday, February 8th – Snack Bar Closed
Friday, February 11th – Social Two-Hours
Sunday, February 13th – Valentine’s Day Dinner
Monday, February 14th – Holly Closed
Monday, February 14th – Ladies’ Bridge Luncheon
Wednesday, February 16th – Duplicate Bridge
Thursday, February 17th – Garden Club Luncheon
Sunday, February 20th – Par Chasers [Magnolia]
Monday & Tuesday, February 21st & 22nd – Magnolia Closed [Aerate Greens]
Wednesday & Thursday, February 23rd & 24th – Holly Closed [Aerate Greens]
Monday, February 28th – Magnolia Closed
Thursday, March 3rd – PMGA Opener [Magnolia]
Sunday, March 6th – Twilight Golf [Magnolia]
Monday, March 7th – Holly Closed
Tuesday, March 8th – PWGA Opener [Magnolia]
Ladies’ Bridge Luncheon
Second Monday of Each Month [January 10th and February 14th]
We invite you to join us from 10:00am – 2:30pm
“Social Bridge for all Levels”
For Reservations – please call Cecilia Ten braak 910.295.4571
Pinewild Duplicate Bridge
Wednesday, January 12th and February 16th
Pinewild Clubhouse at 7:00 pm
Please Call – Beverly J. Shebs 295-5058
SOCIAL TWO-HOURS have been held on selected evenings…a GREAT way to meet new members.
We will have beverage specials, free appetizers and a limited food menu…
See you on FRIDAY January 28th and February 11th from 5 to 7
No Reservations Needed
BREAKFAST IS BEING SERVED…
Breakfast will be served every Sunday morning from 8 to 11AM…through February
no reservations needed…
Great Menu choices…with something for everyone!!!
VALENTINE’S DAY DINNER
Sunday, February 13th
Come and join us for a special evening of food and ROMANCE
Chef Todd will be preparing a four-course dinner, with entrée choices of a Peppered Encrusted Filet of Beef or Sea Bass California which will be Stuffed with Crabmeat and Wrapped in Phyllo Dough
The food will be accompanied by the soft sounds of Harpist Laurie D. Muirhead.
Seatings are Limited and will be at 6:00PM and 7:00PM
$34.95++ per Person
Coat & Tie Requested for the Gentleman, appropriate dress for the Ladies
Please call 295-5732 to make all your dining reservations, or for any questions that you may have.
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS
Maurice & Penny Johnson
Richard & Mary ann McCrary
James & Louise Pryor
John Shepherd & Jenifir Bruno
Robert & Rebecca Shepherd
Jeffrey & Victoria Scofield
Joseph & Pamela Ozimek
Glenn & Monica Lazarus
Alan & Barbara Abner
Peter & Anne Helgesen
Leighton & Janet Atteberry
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS…
Thanks for ALL YOUR SUPPORT in ALL the MANY EVENTS that were contested in 2004. The 2005 year will be as busy as ever, and we look forward to your continued support.
THANK YOU also to all the members who supported and gave so generously to the “Employee Year-End” fund – it was sincerely appreciated by all the employees.
Congratulations to the winners of the Bloody Mary Bash…Flight One…Mike Skrabak, Peggy Clark, Tom Rogers & Pat Smith…Flight Two…Bob Bramwell, Joyce Bramwell, Rich Winkley & Jude Winkley.
Come join our Head of Golf Instruction Tom Ream…
…for “Digital Video Swing Analysis” on Saturday, February 26th 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Video analysis will be available every 15 minutes and will include professional analysis of your individual swing, side-by-side comparison with a PGA Tour Player, a written evaluation and lastly each golfer will receive a 5-10 minute video lesson emailed to their personal computer. The cost will be $20.00 per person for Pinewild members.
…for a “Custom Club Fitting and Set Evaluation Day” on Sunday, February 27th from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The half-hour fitting includes having your entire set evaluated for (length, loft, lie angle, swing weight, and shaft frequency), as well as determining swing speed and physical build…all to ensure that you have the proper equipment. The cost will be $20.00 per person for Pinewild Members.
Both activities will take place at the Academy Driving Range.
For additional information contact Tom at the Academy office…910.235.9191 or email@example.com.
As was the case last year, we will be doing some renovations in the clubhouse this winter. Most of the renovations will be done in the kitchen and the snack bar areas, as well as some minor repairs in the general clubhouse area. With this in mind, the restaurant and all dining and bar service will be unavailable from Monday January 31st through Friday February 4th. Lunch and regular service will then start back on Saturday the 5th of February.
The Snack Bar will then be closed on Monday and Tuesday February 7th and 8th for the necessary renovations.
Additional information will be forthcoming.
I trust that all had a safe and joyous holiday season, and the Ownership, Management and Staff wish you and yours a peaceful and prosperous 2005.
Christopher Little, PGA
SPECIAL TEE TIME REQUEST POLICY
We have reviewed the “special request” policy for tee times, and after careful consideration, are going to set forth a new policy with regards to this procedure. The reason for this change is because members have come to rely on this “Special Request” policy as a way to circumvent normal tee time procedures. Please bear in mind, when this was originally set up, it was intended to assist members whose guests had travel plans hinging on advanced tee times. Unfortunately, this is a very difficult issue to monitor, so we have come up with a new policy that we feel better suits the membership as a whole. The following is now the guidelines for using the “Special Request” procedure:
- Members may make three (3) special requests for tee times annually. This will be tracked by the Head Professional. Once this limit has been reached, no more advance request will be accepted.
- Requests for advanced tee times must be submitted by email or type written.
- Members will list which courses, times and dates they would prefer. We will do our best to accommodate the request.
- Only two (2) tee times will be issued for a special request. Those members having guests for an extended period of time will have to follow the normal seven (7) day tee time procedure for the remaining days of play.
Thanks for your understanding…Sean Desmond
ADVISORY BOARD NEWS…
The Advisory Board held a monthly meeting on the 6h of December, some minutes of which are listed below. A full set of minutes is located in the restrooms and on the web atwww.pinewildcc.com
– The second CPGA Pro-Member was a great success…Thanks to all members that participated
– A SPECIAL THANKS to Janet Waters and the members of the decorating committee from the Advisory Board and the Garden Club for the GREAT job decorating the Club for the Holidays.
– A letter has been sent to the membership regarding the dues increase for 2005. The 5% increase will be effective January 1st, 2005. All other usage fees will remain the same with the exception of the Accompanied Guest of Members….green and cart fees will be $49.00 in the Winter and $59.00 the remainder of the year.
– The process of re-rating the Holly course has begun.
– The Tennis Courts have received the line cleaner equipment that was requested and a cup dispenser for water has been installed.
– John Robertson informed the group that new drinking fountains have been installed on the 4th and 16th holes on the Holly.
– To aid in getting additional sand to fill divots…a suggestion was made to build two additional divot mix boxes, one on each course, in addition to the refill stations on the first and tenth tees for members to refill empty bottles.
– The staff is exploring the limited options available to remove or re-locate a number of Blue Herons spotted around the property and on the Holly course.
– The back bunker on 18 Holly green, which collapsed during a storm, will be repaired in the spring when the turf is available to do so.
– Almost $3,000.00 was sent as proceeds from the Ringer/Turkey Shoot to the Sandhills Coalition for Human Care…additional food was collected prior to the event…THANKS to all those who donated
– Ownership & Management would like to wish the Advisory Board and all the members a safe and joyous Holiday Season…