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Salem Glen Golf & Country Club

The Only Nicklaus Designed Course in the Triad June 2014


Club News The Club

The Club

“Your Special Event Destination”

“Corporate Memberships”

by Vince Lima - Managing Director

by Vince Lima - Managing Director

At Salem Glen Golf & Country Club we're proud to offer special event services for Golf Tournaments, Charity Events, Weddings, Receptions, Corporate Functions, Pool side Birthday Parties, Ladies' Luncheons, Garden Parties, Business Breakfasts, Retirement Dinners, Family and Holiday Gatherings, Cocktail Parties and more. With the recent updates to the Clubhouse, it's a beautiful setting for any event you wish to host. Executive Chef Dusty Snow is highly experienced in creating a special menu just for you. We work diligently to provide the perfect menu to accommodate your theme and your budget. Daniel Byrd, our Head Golf Professional will be glad to work with you to book and plan your company or charity golf tournament. From beginning to end it will be handled in a professional manner insuring that your guests and colleagues have a wonderful experience. Think of SGCC for your next event. Contact Syvella Coomer, our Event Coordinator, with any questions and to book your event. 712.1010 ext 226.

At Salem Glen Golf & Country Club, we offer Corporate Memberships to industry in the region. These memberships afford the opportunity for companies to reward their best employees, host clients and give the gift of golf to your clientele at your base course. The beauty of the course and Club will impress those you host here. We offer great service and attention to detail to insure the experience offered is superior. If your company or a business associate would have interest in this offering, please contact Cammie Collier, Marketing Director at 336.469.2597 or email cammie@salemglen.com. We look forward to seeing you at the Club.

Family Activities Kids Eat F re e o n We d n e s d ay

Enjoy this benefit of membership. Bring the whole family. Kids under 10 eat free with purchase of accompanying adult dinner entreés.

FA MI LY N IG H T - a t t h e P o ol

SGCC Pool

Make t i me t o rel ax a nd refres h t he s ense s.

2nd Thursday of Each Month June & July

$1.00 off our regular Kids' Menu for children 10 and under Featuring games and crafts for the children to enjoy. We are pleased to offer Family Night Activities for our members and their children to enjoy. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE! Please call 336.712.1010 ext. 226 or email syvella@salemglen.com to make reservations so we may insure enough materials for all to enjoy.

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En joy a n a dult b eve ra ge rela xing by the p ool this s umme r!


Club House From Chef “New Menu”

by Dusty Snow, Executive Chef

I am extremely happy to see how well our new menu has taken off, and even happier to see how many beef stroganoff’ dishes members have enjoyed. Our “summer peach triple threat” special includes a glass of local peach wine with our new grilled salmon entrée with a warm peach chutney and cilantro risotto cakes. To top it all of, a local white peach crème brulee. I believe a few people have ordered a double serving. It makes me feel good to create simple, well-made dishes for the great people here at Salem Glen. Wonderful things are happening at the Club. I'm glad to be a part of it.

“Benefits of Cooking with Kale” by Dusty Snow, Executive Chef

Kale is a dark leafy green, considered to be in the same family as cabbage, brussel sprouts and broccoli. It is known to be one of the healthiest vegetables out there, absolute loaded with antioxidants and packed full of essential vitamins. From Web MD: Kale is a Nutritional Powerhouse: "One cup of chopped kale contains 33 calories and 9% of the daily value of calcium, 206% of vitamin A, 134% of vitamin C, and a whopping 684% of vitamin K. It is also a good source of minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus.

Event Planning “ SGCC Pool ”

by Syvella Coomer-Event Coordinator

The pool is just beautiful, and is already being enjoyed by our members. Our Memorial Day weekend was great and fun was had by all. We are happy to share that we now serve adult beverages at the pool and more food items. The Snack Bar Menu will be available throughout the week, and the Grille Menu will be an option for food service Wednesday through Sunday. To answer some of the rules and guidelines for the pool, see the following: • No coolers or outside food or beverages • Food and non-alcoholic beverage purchases apply to member monthly food minimum • Members are allowed to bring guests. • Each guest fee is $5.00 per person per day. (This includes extended family and friends, children and grand children over the age of 5.) • Guests must register at the pool upon entry. • Children under the age of 5 have no guest fee. • There is no limit to the times a child under the age of 12 may be a guest at the pool. • However, adult guests are limited to 5 visits per pool season It's going to be a fun and fantastic summer at the Salem Glen Golf & Country Club Pool. Don't forget, the Pool is available for private parties and special events. Call me today at 712.1010 ext. 226!

Kale’s health benefits are primarily linked to the high concentration and excellent source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and K -- and sulphurcontaining phytonutrients. Carotenoids and flavonoids are the specific types of antioxidants associated with many of the anti-cancer health benefits. Kale is also rich in the eye-health promoting lutein and zeaxanthin compounds. Beyond antioxidants, the fiber content of cruciferous kale binds bile acids and helps lower blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease, especially when kale is cooked instead of raw.” You can use kale in many ways. Some treat it like collard greens and add peppers and onions with a dash of apple cider vinegar at the end to go with a nice pot roast or pork chop. Some toss it in a little bit of vegetable oil, lemon pepper, jerk seasoning or steak seasoning and bake them in the oven at 350 for about 8-10 minutes and create kale chips; an absolutely delicious alternative to that bag of potato chips. On the current menu, I serve kale like a spinach dish. In a very hot pan, add a table spoon of vegetable oil, throw in mushrooms, peppers and onion with a teaspoon of garlic. Once the veggies start to sweat and garlic turns slightly brown, add in a large handful of kale, a small pinch of salt and pepper (a little goes a long way here), a splash of white wine, and let it reduce and steam the kale for just about a minute. To finish, add a sprinkle of feta cheese some brightness. It goes exceptionally well with our pork tenderloin and mustard cream sauce here at the club!

Twin City Stage presents The Fox on the Fairway

The show opens on Friday, May 30, at the Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive in Winston-Salem. Additional performances will be held May 31-June 1 & June 5-8. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 pm, and Sunday matinees are at 2 pm. Tickets are $22 for adults, $20 for seniors and $18 for students. Group discounts are available. The box office opens to the public on Monday, May 19 at 12 noon and is open Monday through Friday from noon-5:30 pm. Call (336) 725-4001 for tickets. SGCC will be hosting a putting green in the lobby on the evening of Friday, June 6th. Drop by for a chance to win the door prize. salemglen.com

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Club Dining & Events Kids Eat Free on Wednesday Evenings. Kids under 10 eat Free every Wednesday evening at the Club with purchase of Adult EntreĂŠs.

BINGO NIGHT always a Club Favorite! Saturday, June 21st, 6 PM

Menu:

A New Children's menu will be forthcoming soon to enjoy as well.

Salt n pepper catfish Roasted sweet potatoes and onions Black eyed pea succotash Bbq pork tenderloin Country style green beans Biscuits Cookies and brownies

Sunday Night Special 1/2 off Appetizer with purchase of Entree.

Hot

14.95++ adults / 7.95++ children 10 and under Call 712.1010 ext 226 to make reservations.

Summer Wines

SGCC Wine Tasting Club Join us for a wine tasting with light hors d' oeuvres

Wednesday, June 18, 6:30 PM SGCC Wine Club Members: NC Non-Members: $10

GIVING BACK

SGCC offers an opportunity for our members to give back and receive benefit for their efforts in donating to the Clemmons Food Pantry. Bring three canned or non-perishable dried food items to the Club and receive a small basket of driving range balls. Our Club collection of food will be of great assistance to the community. Thank you for your kind support and donations. To learn more about this organization, see clemmonsfoodpantry.org. SGCC will be hosting a tournament, Friday, June 6th for the Clemmons Food Pantry. Please call the Pro Shop for details.

Make your reservations by calling 712.1010 ext. 226 or by emailing syvella@salemglen.com.

Most of us are pretty lucky even if we sometimes don't see it, or appreciate it. There are people less fortunate and they need our help.

Event Planning Salem Glen offers a beautiful facility and outdoor space to host your wedding and special event. It is our pleasure to provide impeccable service and attention to every detail ensuring your event will be enjoyed by everyone. The Club is available year round with spaces able to accommodate groups ranging from 8 people to 250 people. Your menu may be custom designed to meet individual tastes and themes. Thank you for keeping the Club in mind for your rehearsal dinners, business meetings, pool side birthday parties, ladies’ luncheons, retirement dinners, family gatherings and more. Please contact our Event Coordinator, Syvella Coomer, at 712.1010 ext. 226 or syvella@salemglen.com to learn more and to schedule your event. Members enjoy special event room rental and preferred pricing on catering.

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June

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

Happy Father's Day!

01 All Dining Open Sunday Brunch in the Grill 11-2

02 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

08 07 All Dining Open Sunday Brunch in the Grille 11-2 Father's Day Parent Child Tournament

09 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

15 All Dining Open Sunday Brunch in the Grille 11-2

16 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

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22 All Dining Open Sunday Brunch in the Grille 11-2

Wednesday

Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

All Dining Open

All Dining Open

Kids Eat Free

Family Night at the Pool (games/crafts) 6 PM

All Dining Open

All Dining Open

All Dining Open

All Dining Open

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06

12

11

All Dining Open

14

13 All Dining Open

All Dining Open BINGO Night

Kids Eat Free Hot Summer Wines - Wine Club

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18 All Dining Open

21

20 All Dining Open

All Dining Open

All Dining Open

Kids Eat Free

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25

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28

27

Nine & Dine

30

Upcoming Events Wine Club July 2nd

All Dining Open

05

Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

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Saturday

Clemmons Food Pantry Tournament

All Dining Open

17 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

All Dining Open

04

10 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

Friday

Kids Eat Free

03 Dining Closed Business Office and Course Open

Thursday

Juy 4th at the SGCC Pool

Casino Night July 12th


Golf & Health Golf News "Short Game! Short Game! Short Game!" Daniel Byrd - Golf Professional

With over 60% of your strokes coming from inside of 100 yards, it is essential that you spend a proportionate amount of time on your short game as you practice. You should devote most of your short game practice to putting and chipping. Improve your chipping and putting, and you’ll significantly reduce your handicap. The touring pros spend more time practicing their short games than all of their other shots combined. How many weekend golfers can say the same? The most important aspect of chipping is to make sure that your lead wrist doesn’t break down during the chipping motion. The moment your wrist breaks down, two things happen: The loft of the club changes, which alters the trajectory and the roll (inconsistent distances will result); and your arm also breaks down, which can result in bladed shots that go screaming across the green. To ensure that neither of these things happen, work on keeping your arm straight and your wrist firm during the shot. If you’re having difficulties, place a rubber band around your lead wrist and slide the butt end of the club under it, holding the club close to your wrist. This will give you the correct feel when chipping the ball. Accelerate The Putter Acceleration is the increasing speed at which the clubhead moves through the ball and is important for hitting shots of substantial distance and also short putts. In fact, if you find that you’re missing too many short putts, the cause may be failure to accelerate the putterhead. Here’s a drill that will help. On the practice putting green, find a hole that will permit you to set up for a flat and straight putt. Place a sand wedge perpendicular to the line of the intended putt so that the face is down and the thinner part of the shaft is on the line of the putt. The shaft should lie just at the edge of the cup. From a distance of three feet, putt to the hole with sufficient speed so that the ball will hit the shaft, pop into the air and fall in the hole. If you decelerate the putterhead through the stroke, you’ll generate insufficient speed for the ball to overcome the shaft in front of the hole. However, smooth acceleration of the putter will produce enough speed to hole the putt over the shaft. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, try this technique on a short breaking putt. Just remember to set the shaft perpendicular to the break in order to ensure the ball pops straight into the cup. After a few practice sessions, you can take this drill to the course by visualizing the wedge’s shaft in front of the hole. Visualizing will not only foster proper acceleration, but also will have you focused on the process of making a putt rather than worrying about the outcome. The key to accelerating and staying on line when making short putts is to keep your hands ahead of the ball, thus preventing excessive wrist motion on the forwardswing that can send the ball rolling offline. One technique I’ve employed to help me stay on track is the left-hand low grip. By positioning my left hand low, I’m able to prevent my hands from releasing too much. This helps me to keep the putterface facing the target, even after contact with the ball. Also, note how I hold the finish. That’s a sure sign I’ve accelerated and the ball is on the right line.

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Upcoming Golf Events June 5th - 1 PM Start Forsyth Home Educators, regular tee times in the morning for all member play

June 6th - 1 PM Start Clemmons Food Pantry, regular tee times in the morning for members

June 8th - Tee Time Tournament Starting 10 AM CGA One Day Event June 11th - 5:30 PM MGA Twilight June 13th - 1 PM Start Church tournament, regular tee times in the morning for all members

June 14th - Course closed all day Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center June 15th Parent Child Tournament June 16th - Course closed until 2 PM Yadkin Seniors Men’s Group June 25th - 5:30 PM MGA Twilight June 26th - 5:30 PM LGA Twilight June 28th Ladies' Member Guest June 29th Couples 9 and Dine CLUB REPAIR With the golf season approaching fast don’t forget this is great time to regrip your clubs. Have your grips professionally done by the staff at Salem Glen. We can install the grip of your choice usually within a few days.

TEE TIMES CALL 712-1010 ext. 221 to book your tee times today. Members have priority.


Course News "Summer Time is Calling”

Matthew Robinson - Superintendent

I would like to thank you for your patience throughout the aeration process. Everything including the weather went extremely well for us, and the greens responded and healed even better than I could have hoped for. Now that the temperatures are creeping up the scale the greens are performing as good or better than they ever have under heat stress conditions. We have successfully applied fertilizer wall to wall over the entire golf course. The bermuda should start to begin filling in and growing to a consistent playing height once our night time temperatures stop dipping quite as low for it to really to take off. This was an unusually wet winter and we are experiencing abnormally high amount of weed pressure. We are spraying as fast as we can as conditions allow, and we thank you for your patience. We have begun the process of sodding tees. Sod is in short supply this year due to the winter and the many golf courses needing repair. We hope to have the project wrapped up within the next week. The up coming summer looks to be great. Please come out and enjoy the playing conditions at Salem Glen.

Club Directory 336.712.1010 MANAGING DIRECTOR: Vince Lima ext. 229 :: vince@salemglen.com EXECUTIVE CHEF: Dusty Snow ext. 226 :: dusty@salemglen.com GOLF PROFESSIONAL: Daniel Byrd ext. 228 :: daniel@salemglen.com FOOD & BEVERAGE/EVENTS: Syvella Coomer ext. 226 :: syvella@salemglen.com COURSE SUPERINTENDENT: Matt Robinson 336-778-2751 :: matt@salemglen.com OFFICE MANAGER: Sandy Hodges ext. 227 :: sandy@salemglen.com MARKETING/COMMUNICATIONS: Cammie Collier ext. 222 :: cammie@salemglen.com mobile: 336.469.2597

Service Hours

Public Restaurant Reservations Accepted 712-1010 ext. 226

Relax with... Essential Balanced Bodywork Third Tuesday of the Month at the Club Special Salem Glen Club Member Pricing Services offered:

• RELAXATION or SWEDISH MASSAGE • DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE • ROELSMETHOD STRUCTURAL BODYWORK • ACUTONICS SOUND HEALING • REFLEXOLOGY

Call Michael Roels today! (LMBT#3174 / MCBTMB Approved Provider #174)

336-918-9343 or email: ebbnflow33@gmail.com

Wednesday - Sunday: Kitchen open for Lunch 11 AM - 5 PM Kitchen open for Dinner 5 - 8 PM Club & Bear's Den open til 10 PM Sunday Brunch: 11 AM - 2 PM Bear's Den (Members Only) Wednesday - Sunday: Kitchen open for Lunch 11 AM - 5 PM Kitchen open for Dinner 5 - 8 PM Club & Bear's Den open til 10 PM Sunday Brunch: 11 AM - 2 PM Clubhouse Snack Bar Monday - Sunday 8 AM - 7 PM (Hours may change due to weather conditions.) Course Hours: Monday - Friday 7 AM - 7 PM Saturday - Sunday 7 AM - 6 PM Pool Hours: Monday - Saturday 11 AM - 8 PM Sunday 1 PM - 8 PM salemglen.com

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New Dinner Menu Features

APPETIZERS Steamed Littlenecks and Chorizo with grilled bread

Cornmeal Dusted Calamari Fries with citrus ponzu glaze Coconut Lime Shrimp with crispy sweet potato and cilantro Bacon and Date Crostini with arugula, house borsin cheese ENTREES Littleneck Clams and Chorizo with linguini in smoked paprika cream Grilled Chicken Penne with summer vegetables in garlic cream sauce Beef Stroganoff with egg noodles and New York strip

Tuna sushi grade yellow-fin, quick seared with citrus ponzu glaze, cilantro risotto cakes NY Strip classic “Au Poivre” style with garlic mash Pork Tenderloin with Martha’s kale, garlic mash

Grilled Salmon with arugula and crispy shallot with cilantro risotto cakes topped with warm peach chutney Poulet Rouge all-natural and local heritage chicken, pecan crusted with fig and champagne gastrique

Please call 712.1010 ext 226 or email syvella@salemglen.com to make reservations.

Salem Glen Golf & Country Club June 2014 Newsletter  

Salem Glen Golf & Country Club June 2014 Newsletter

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