A NEWSLETTER BY THE CLUB, FOR OUR MEMBERS
NEWS & FEATURES MONTHLY CALENDAR FOREVER IN LOVE
SPA & HEALTH 2020 WELLNESS TRENDS PARTNER WORKOUTS
ON COURT THE 5 BENEFITS OF TENNIS
ON COURSE GOLF HAPPENINGS- NEW COURSE LADIES GUEST DAY MEET OUR NEW COURSE ASSISTANT PROFESSIONALS
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GENERATIONS KIDS SALON PARTY KIDS LASER TAG
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EVENT-FULL TURNSTILES CONCERT
February 2020 SUNDAY
1401 EAST STEAKHOUSE DINNER
2 SUPERBOWL EVENT AT MDR
SUPERBOWL EVENT AT THE OLD COURSE
3 ART SHOW
4 ART SHOW
5 ART SHOW
MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB
BURGERS & BREWS HADASSAH LECTURE
6 ART SHOW DOUBLES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS OCWGA
PRIME RIB NIGHT
10 NEW COURSE 9&DINE
OCMGA MIXER CURRENT EVENTS
ART SHOW MEET & GREET
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC
A LA CARTE DINNER WITH MUSIC
NEW COURSE FAMILY GOLF TOURNAMENT MUSIC ON THE PATIO
PRESIDENT'S DAY BURGERS & BREWS
MOVIE NIGHT- "GIGI"
18 MAGIC HANDS
EASY LIKE SUNDAY EVENING DINNER BUFFET
OC COUPLES MIXER A NIGHT ON BOURBON STREET BUFFET
CURRENT EVENTS BURGERS & BREWS GREAT LECTURES
25 BSWGA MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB SCRABBLE CLUB RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER
WOMEN'S CLUB LUNCHEON - MARY ANN MORGAN-FRIED
14 VALENTINE'S DAY DINNER DANCE
LYNN DIALOGUES SERIES- CLIFTON TRUMAN DANIEL
15 NC CLUB
LIVE AT LYNN- REZA: EDGE OF ILLUSION
ISRAEL FORUM LYNN LINCOLN CENTERCANASTA SHANA FARR TOURNAMENT KRAVIS CENTER BISTRO DINNER HAMILTON
19 TUSCAN NIGHT NIGHT LECTURE HAMILTON
20 MIXED DOUBLES
OCWGA PALM BEACH EQUESTRIAN TOUR & LUNCH SPA WELLNESS EVENT BISTRO DINNER
CREST THEATREBETTY BUCKLEY
24 OCMGA MIXER
BOOK CLUB RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER
BRRH LUNCH & LEARN HEART HEALTH
OLD COURSE CASUAL DINNER AFTER FORE
23 MIXED DOUBLES
SCRABBLE CLUB RED HOT TUESDAY DINNER
12 BSMGA WINE & ROSES SPA EVENT
BURGERS & BREWS
MAGIC HANDS KNITTING CLUB
CREST THEATRELILIAS WHITE
16 MIXED DOUBLES
GOLF TRIP INFO MEETING
NEW COURSE GUY'S NIGHT OUT
DUPLICATE BRIDGE CHAMPIONSHIPS
HADASSAH LUNCH & LEARN
RED HOT TUESDAY
9 DOUBLES CLUB
7 KID'S MOVIE NIGHT - 11 1401 EAST
21 MIXED DOUBLES
22 MIXED DOUBLES
A LA CARTE DINNER WITH MUSIC
KID'S SPLASH ART
TUSCAN NIGHT WINE TASTING SOUTHERN ITALIAN
SINGLES INTERCLUB COCKTAIL PARTY POLO CLUB CABARET - SIX APPEAL BISTRO DINNER
OC FIT & FEED
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC
1401 EAST STEAKHOUSE DINNER
AIPAC ANNUAL EVENING
28 WOMEN'S CLUB -
WHATS UP GROUP
29 BISTRO DINNER LIVE AT LYNN- MUSIC OF THE KNIGHTS
OLD COURSE DINNER WITH MUSIC A LA CARTE DINNER WITH MUSIC HAPPY HOUR
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February Featured Spa Package
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Love is in the Air! Celebrate with an indulgent Spa package. Begin with a relaxing massage to release tension in the body and promote peace of mind. Follow with a nutrient and peptide rich facial to instantly lift, tighten and firm the skin, leaving you brighter and revitalized. Enjoy a glass of bubbles before your treatments while soaking in the hot tub or afterwards while relaxing in the lounge. Take home a gift from Spongelle to enjoy at home.
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WELLNESS TRENDS WE'LL BE SEEING EVERYWHERE IN 2020 The wellness industry is a $200 billion market growing 7 percent annually in the U.S. From boutique fitness classes, to supplements, to technology like Fitbits, Millennials are investing in holistic practices and trendy products to subvert the symptoms that come with being the most stressed generation in history. Fueled by pressures at work and constant connection through technology, Millennials, who make up 75 percent of the workforce, are burning out quickly. The reality is that millennials are reportedly skeptical of institutionalized healthcare and burdened by the complexities of health insurance, meaning they're frequenting their general care practitioners less and less. Below, take a look at 2020's top wellness trends: Active Recovery Adding recovery options like cryotherapy, stretching, IV therapy, massage and acupuncture provides much needed relief from overworked muscles and joints. Plan to see more technology pop up in 2020 that helps us recover after intense workouts. At Home Work Outs Squeezing in a solid workout doesn’t even require leaving the house. Thanks to technology, people are no longer tied to a set schedule or location to meet with a trainer. We’ll see many more options in 2020 as fitness influencers and studios launch their own content platforms. International Wellness Retreats Many travelers are all about infusing their vacation with a bit, or maybe an abundance, of wellness these days. In 2020, wellness travelers will continue to be drawn toward trips that combine fitness and mindfulness. Plant Based Eating We’ll see more plant-based options at restaurants and fast-food chains, more meatalternatives in supermarkets and restaurants and more meals cooked with whole, plantbased foods as interest in plant-based eating continues to rise in 2020.
Alcohol Free Bars There’s been a noticeable shift in millennials cutting back on drinking in the past year, and if the amount of non-alcoholic beverages on the market is any indication, this is going to continue into 2020. Don't be surprised if you see more completely alcohol-free bars, as well as restaurants and bars that are ramping up their non-alcoholic drink options. HIIT- High-Intensity Interval Workouts "Expect high-intensity interval workouts to continue to be a top workout choice in 2020", says Yelp in its 2020 Wellness Trend Report. Conscious Consuming People will continue to take a stronger interest in the environmental impact of the food they put on their plates in 2020, which could mean learning more about where our food comes from, how it’s produced, and how it impacts the environment and other people. Within the next year, we can expect to see companies put more of an emphasis on sustainable products that use less resources, have minimal impact on the environment, and produce less packaging and waste.
More CBD Everything If it feels like you heard about CBD constantly in 2019, you're not alone. But this trend isn't going anywhere. CBD products and treatments will continue to be popular in 2020. CBD pervades so many areas of the wellness industry, from food to skincare to body work and beyond.
Soul Nurturing Treating our bodies with kindness will be a popular practice in 2020; another way of achieving this is through mindfulness. As people look for tools to manage stress and anxiety, they’ll increasingly prioritize spiritual wellbeing through classes devoted to meditation, breathing, and stretching.
When we take a look at what the wellness landscape is projected to look like in 2020, western medicine certainly isn’t at the top of the list. The idea of taking wellness into one's own hands is largely popular as we enter the next decade. There's certainly value in group fitness and meditating as these practices support our mental well-being as well as our physical makeup (and above all, spark happiness); However, perhaps there is a happy medium and, along with these trending self-care practices, we can also take control of our health through self-exams and routine checkups and screenings. After all, health is wealth.
Valentine's Day Specials
Wine & Roses February 12, 2020 1:00pm-6:00pm Celebrate Valentine’s Day with us at the Spa! Enjoy 30-minute Rose Detox Facials, “Pucker Up” lip treatments, sweet treats and bubbles. Price includes a swag bag and discounts on products the day of the event. $50 per person By Appointment, Limited Availability, please call 561.241.6868 to schedule. If facials are no longer available, you can opt for a 30-minute massage or body treatment. 7
GAMES PEOPLE PLAY LOOKING FOR A SUB TO PLAY CANASTA / MAHJONGG
If you would like to be a sub for a Canasta or Mahjongg game, please look for the
GAMES PEOPLE PLAY form on the brokensoundclub.org website under the Lifestyles Menu Tab named CARDS & GAMES and print it out.
Forms will also be located in boxes by the Front Desk Shelf, Card Room Podium, Fitness Center entrance, Ladies' Locker Room and Flyer Racks throughout the Club. Completed forms can be returned to the boxes located around the Club.
List of available subs will be posted on the page labeled
GAMES PEOPLE PLAY A GREAT WAY TO MEET NEW PEOPLE & PLAY THE GAMES YOU LOVE!! If you have any questions or need help contact Carol Cohen at 917-974-4207 / firstname.lastname@example.org
PARTNER WORKOUTS We hope that you all had a great holiday and a happy new year. If that means you’ve begun a new fitness program with plans for a healthier lifestyle in 2020, I hope you’ve found last month’s tips helpful to keep you on track with your goals. While it’s easy to stay motivated, initially, many find that their motivation decreases as time passes, inevitably leading to stopping altogether. If you have experienced this before, or worry this may happen to you, working out with a friend may be the perfect solution.
Finally, training with a partner is a safer option, especially for those who are inexperienced in the gym. You will always have someone with you for spotting purposes and to ensure you are maintaining proper form. You may also find that you have the confidence to branch out and try different exercises and machines with the assistance of a partner. Whatever your goals or experience level, partner training can be a benefit to just about anyone. If you have had a hard time in the past staying motivated and keeping yourself accountable then this would be a great option for you. Find a friend with goals similar to yours and come up with a game plan together. We also offer partner training sessions with a personal trainer if you need help getting started. If you need any additional help we are always here at the fitness center to assist you with your fitness goals.
In most cases, you probably notice gym goers with headphones on, working out on their own. For many individuals they feel more focused and enjoy the solo workouts; however, others may benefit from training with a partner. First and foremost, partner training will help keep you accountable. We’ve all had those days where the last thing you feel like doing is heading to the gym to work out. Having a friend to keep you focused during these situations, when you otherwise would have just skipped the workout, is a great benefit. Working out with a partner will also keep the exercises fresh and likely prevent you from becoming bored with your workouts. When a person works out on their own they tend to stick with the exercises they are familiar with and enjoy doing. Sometimes the best exercises are the ones we dislike to do, and having a friend with you will create an increased choice of exercises for both of you. Additionally, you could take turns deciding who comes up with the workout for the day so the responsibility isn’t yours for every workout session.
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STOP BY THE TENNIS PRO SHOP TODAY!
THE 5 BENEFITS OF TENNIS Tennis has historically been called the sport for a lifetime. But is this true? According to scientists from variety of disciplines, tennis is still one of the best sports anyone can choose to play.
THE FACTS: 1. People who participate in tennis for three hours per week (at a moderately vigorous intensity) cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph Paffenbarger of Harvard University School of Public Health (Paffenbarger not only studied over 10,000 people over a period of 20 years in his landmark 'College Alumni Health Study', but also finished over 150 marathons over the age of 45). 2. Tennis players scored higher in vigor, optimism and self-esteem while scoring lower in depression, anger, confusion, anxiety, and tension than other athletes or non-athletes, according to Dr. Joan Finn and colleagues in a study done at Southern Connecticut State University.
3. Since tennis requires alertness and tactical thinking, it may generate new connections between nerves in the brain and thus promote a lifetime of continuing development of the brain, reported scientists at the University of Illinois.
4. Tennis outperforms golf, inline skating and most other sports in developing positive personality characteristics, according to Dr. Jim Gavin, author of The Exercise Habit. 5. Competitive tennis burns more calories than aerobics, inline skating, or cycling, according to studies on caloric expenditures.
Is it any wonder that scientists and physicians world-wide view tennis as the most healthful activity in which to participate? Other sports may provide excellent health benefits as well as stimulate mental and emotional growth; But, no other sport received such acclaim for its positive benefits physically, mentally and emotionally.
GOLF HAPPENINGS- ALWAYS UNDER PAR New Course Ladies' Guest Day
The New Course Welcomes our Assistant Golf Professionals
We are pleased to welcome a new team of assistant professionals with extensive knowledge of golf operations and teaching experience. Please stop in the Golf Shop and introduce yourselves to Lexi Retzer, LPGA, Zach Wood, PGA and Conor Mulcahy.
Lexi Retzer, LPGA Lexi, is a Class A member of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). She has been a LPGA Teaching and Club Professional for 12 years. Lexi has enjoyed working in a country club setting and is known for her contagious smile, teaching ability and outstanding customer service. She played golf at the collegiate level and is a full ride scholarship recipient. After college, she moved to Orlando, Florida where she became a Certified Golf Instructor at Nick Faldo’s Golf Institute by Marriott. Under Nick’s certification she taught high level golf schools, clinics and private instruction. After 4 years at the institute she pursued an Assistant Professional Position at Mizner Country Club, where she was also AXYS golf certified under Eric Kaplan. Originally from Silver Lake, Ohio, Lexi began playing golf at the young age of 9. She played in many junior golf tournaments and qualified for the well-known Junior Optimist Championship where she was able to travel to sunny Florida. Lexi fell in love with the beautiful climate and was instantly motivated to work even harder at her craft to obtain a full ride scholarship to Daytona State College, where her team won the National Championship. A Division 1 opportunity arose when Cleveland State became interested in Lexi, where she received another scholarship, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and Communications. She resides in Delray Beach and is happy to be a part of the Broken Sound team.
Zack Wood, PGA Zack, was born and raised in Springfield, Virginia. He picked up the game of golf at age fifteen, and later decided to pursue a career in the business when he chose to attend Campbell University, in the Professional Golf Management program. He graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, along with PGA Membership as a Class "A" professional. Zack has worked at many prestigious clubs including The Newport Country Club, Indian Creek Country Club, and McArthur Golf Club. Zack has a vast range of knowledge in club-fitting, building, and equipment. Zack is looking forward to expanding his knowledge and is eager to help the membership at Broken Sound Club.
Conor Mulcahy Conor, has been at Broken Sound for 1 year and was recently promoted to Assistant Golf Professional. In September, Conor passed his Player Ability Test and he will be entering the PGA Apprenticeship Program this summer. He is dedicated to grow as a professional and has a passion for club repair. Conor was born and raised on the south side of Chicago. Hockey was his first love and he was a very talented player. After a brief junior hockey career, Conor had the opportunity at a young age to caddy at Olympia Fields Country Club. This golf course was home of the 2003 U.S Open, 2015 U.S Amateur, and the 2020 BMW Championship. It was a great experience for Conor and he found a love for the game of golf. Conor, moved to Florida to pursue a golfing career. You will always find him practicing on the range and playing golf. His last job was at W5 Golf, a website development company. Conor, is happy to be at Broken Sound Club.
For One Night Only Broken Sound Presents
Six Appeal February 27th 7PM Dessert 8PM Show
Reservations are Required Dessert Reception Included $45 Per Person
The aw ard-w inning band vocal will ta ke you journe y that on a covers decad multip es and le genre – perf s of m ormin usic g clas curren s i c o t char ldies, t topp catchy e rs, an origin d al tun compl es – etely a capp ella.
Reserve online or call Member Services 241.6870 | 241.6846
JUNIORS, GET YOUR BRUSHES READY
Splash Art This class is for artists ages 6-16 Saturday, February 22nd 11 am in the Media Room $25 per painter (Canvas to take home after the event) Cookies and Juices will be served (Children under the age of 10 must have a parent present) Please RSVP by signing up on the BSC Event Calendar or by calling Member Services at 561-241-6846
KIDS SALON PARTY
Our youngest ladies enjoyed complimentary manicures, hair styles, hair braiding, make-up and sweet Treats!
KIDS LASER TAG
Turnstiles renditions of Billy Joelâ€™s classic songs had our membership on their feet singing along to all the TURNSTILES classics! The Evening started off with Dessert inside at The Vista Lounge, followed by over 300+ members to the pool deck sitting on lounge chairs and chairs for an 8pm Show. It was a very special evening for everyone. CONCERT
John Crean, General Manager/C.O.O
Cathy Grana, Assistant General Manager
Ed Cichielo, Clubhouse Manager
Carol Boettcher, Director, HR Merryl Magnuson, Executive Assistant
Lisa Fuller, Director of Membership
Jean Ouellette, AssistantÂ
Jon Ricco, Member Comm. Specialist
Rachel Flood, Marketing Coordinator
MEMBER SERVICES & LIFESTYLE
Dianne L. Hart, Director of Finance
FITNESS & SPA Leigh-Ann Davidson, Spa Director
Jeff Weiner, Fitness Manager
Rotunda Reception Desk
TENNIS Greg Wheaton
POOL Kristin Mueller
FOOD & BEVERAGE Lorant Botha, F&B Director
Joe Longo, Executive Chef
Arnaud Delanoe, Program Manager
Carl Ramallo, Lead Dining Reservations
Hostess Podium (Main Dining Room)
Access Control (Guest Access)
Old Course Bar
Broken Sound Master Association
Security (Yamato Road Gate)
GOLF Scott Feller, Director of Golf New Course
Pro Shop, New Course
Jeff Waber, Director of Golf Old Course
Pro Shop, Old Course
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