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HARBOR HAPPENINGS A Monthly Newsletter For Members

October 2013

RISE & Shine Join Us For Breakfast Saturday Mornings From 7:30am-11:00am. Harbor Breakfast Sandwich $3.00 two eggs & choice of American, cheddar pepper jack, provolone or Swiss cheese, on white, whole grain wheat or rye toast Add Meat $.75 per Selection bacon, sausage, or smoked ham Three Egg Omelet $4.75 three egg omelet with your choice of American, cheddar, pepper jack, provolone or Swiss cheese, served with two slices of white, whole grain, wheat, or rye toast Stuff With Extra Ingredients $.75 Per Selection bacon, ham, mushrooms, onions, sausage, spinach or tomatoes Add hash brown potatoes $1.00 Grand Breakfast Combo $5.75 three eggs, cooked any style, hash brown potatoes, your choice of bacon, sausage or smoked ham served with white, whole grain wheat or rye toast Breakfast Combo $4.95 two eggs, cooked any style, hash brown potatoes, your choice of bacon, sausage or smoked ham

served with white, whole grain wheat or rye toast Popeye's Breakfast $5.75 two scrambled eggs with sautĂŠed spinach, topped w/shredded cheddar cheese, served with smoked ham, hash brown potatoes & white, whole grain wheat or rye toast French Toast $5.75 two slices of white bread soaked in our own cinnamon-vanilla custard, then griddled served with your choice of bacon, sausage or smoked ham Sides Bacon or Ham................$1.95 Breakfast Sausage.........$1.95 Hash Brown Potatoes.....$1.95 Creamy Grits..................$2.00 Fresh Fruit......................$1.95

Choose from Filet, NY Strip, Rib Eye, Salmon or Shrimp, cooked to your very own specifications! Choices of sides include Baked Potato, Steamed Broccoli, Grilled Asparagus, Starter Salad, Dinner Rolls and Dessert. Price varies according to selection.

Reservations Required 864.543.3203

Patriot Golf Recap

Club Championship Results


hat a finish to this year’s Club Championship! We had a family duel, some first time winners and a final to the Men’s Championship to be remembered. Kay Walker and daughter Angie Palmer were neck and neck all the way to the end of the Ladies’ Championship. Angie finished two shots ahead of her mother with a 178. While Kay Walker came up short, she did walk away as the Net Champion shooting a 130. Ladies Club Championship Champion Angie Palmer Net Champ. Kay Walker 2nd Gross Betty Adams 2nd Net Bev Gebicke

178 130 183 147

Ladies Senior Club Championship Champion Georgette Covert 195 Net Champ. Vicki Page 133 2nd Gross Kay Rusche 198 2nd Net Sandy Grebb 135 Kay Walker - Ladies Net Champion

Angie Palmer - Ladies Club Champion

Vicki Page - Ladies Senior Net Champion

Georgette Covert - Ladies Senior Club Champion

Golf Course Rules to Remember Sand your divots and repair your ballmarks. Rake the bunkers, including your footprints. Wear collared shirts and tuck them in at the waist. Do not drive your carts beyond black cart signs in the fairway or rough. Please leave rakes inside bunkers parallel to the lip and at least 2' away from the edge. All golfers are required to check in the pro shop prior to playing golf.

Club Championship Results Continued

The Men’s Championship came right down the wire. Mike Windisch trailed Paul Clark by two shots coming into the 18th green and hit a beautiful second shot about 18 feet from the pin. Paul Clark hit it just over the green in two and had a difficult pitch from behind the green. He knocked it about 15 feet, which was a very good shot from that position. Mike drained the 18 footer for eagle putting pressure on Paul to make the 15 foot putt for victory. What did Paul due but drain it right on top of Mike’s putt. Nice clutch putt to defend his title and win his second Championship in a row. Congratulations Paul Clark! Hats off to Georgette Covert and John Timmons for their wonderful performance. John shot 73 – 75 to beat Jack Jordan by two shots and Georgette shot 195 to edge out Kay Rusche by 3 shots. Men’s Super Senior Club Championship Champion Bob Petrovits 162

John Timmons - Men’s Senior Club

Senior Club Championship Championship Flight Champion John Timmons Net Champ. Jack Jordan

148 128

First Flight Low Gross Sam Miller Low Net Willy Huber

174 138

Men’s Club Championship Championship Flight Champion Paul Clark Low Net Mike Windisch

151 146

First Flight Low Gross Steve Fenimore Net Champ. Jim McDaniel

167 142

Bob Petrovits - Super Senior Club

Jack Jordan - Men’s Senior Net Champion

Patriot Golf Day Results Thank you everyone for supporting the Folds of Honor Foundation this year. We raised over $1,400 during Patriot Golf Day and from the Documentary that was shown at the Clubhouse. This is a great charity and your support is greatly appreciated. 1st Place –

2nd Place -

3rd Place -

4th Place -

5th Place -

Jay Woods 118 Maureen Woods Dennis Van Every Barb Van Every

$50 each

Mike Adamson Robert Morris Roger Treat Donna Treat


$40 each

John Cicaloni Pam Cicaloni Steve Page Vicki Page


Mark Gebicke Bev Gebicke Walker Moore Wayne Carstens


Sam Krug Rich Adams Betty Adams Jon Adams


UPCOMING GOLF EVENTS Saturday, October 12th Couples Golf Day 10:00am shotgun Tuesday, October 15th

$30 each

Men’s Match Play Championship Begins Qualifying will take place second week in October if needed.

Saturday, October 26th $24 each

Halloween Tournament Monday, October 28th

$16 each

Closest to Pins - $20 each #7 - Angie Palmer 9’-10” #17 - Jon Adams 10’-11” Pot of Gold Winners - $20 each cash Roger Morris Loyd Walker Kay Walker Scott Palmer David Rohan Steve Page Donna Treat Steve Fitzgerald-Hobbs

Seniors of SC Saturday & Sunday, November 2nd-3rd Patriot Cup Wednesday, November 6th PLGA Closing Day





Thursday, November 21st from 5:00-8:00pm The Grand Harbor Clubhouse  

Discounts from 20% to 50% off at the Pro Shop Draw your discount at check out

If you are interested in setting up a table at Shop the Club, Please contact Tommy Thomas at 543-2840.

Oktoberfest Fall Festivals & Events Outside The Gates October 5th

Newberry Oktoberfest A Celebration for the Entire Family     

German Cuisine an Extended Beer Garden Live Entertainment a Kids Zone, Classic Cars and more

Fall For Greenville Tempting Tastes Along Downtown Greenville’s Main Street October h 11th-13t

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39 of Greenville's finest restaurants featuring over 200 menu items Musical Entertainment Competitions Kids Area Beer Garden and more

Art ‘Oktoberfest A Festival of Art & Music in Downtown Abbeville     

Artists Live Music Scavenger Hunts, Children's Crafts Silent Auctions and more

October 22nd & 23rd

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We have the College Gameplan Package at the Clubhouse— bringing all college football games this season straight to YOU! Forget the planning, the cooking and the clean-up and come to the Clubhouse to watch your favorite teams. Catch the latest game, enjoy a drink and delicious appetizer or two, share the gossip of the day and relax among friends.


TEE BOX OCTOBER TEE TIMES Wednesdays at 9:30am, Saturdays at 9:00am

INTER-CLUB The season’s last Inter-Club will take place on October 10th at Hunter's Creek Golf Club. All are welcome.

CLOSING DAY SCRAMBLE The closing day scramble will take place on November 6th. It is a 9 and 18-hole mixer followed by lunch. Year end prizes will be awarded.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Congratulations to our Club Championship winners! The Senior Champion is Georgette Covert with Kay Rusche as the runner up. The net winners were Vickie Page, first place and Sandy Grebbs, second place. The Club Champion is Angie Palmer and Betty Adams, runner up. The net winners were Kay Walker, first place and Bev Gebicke, second place

The Tee Box will return next March— until then check the pro shop for upcoming events!

Men's and Ladies' Club Championship Saturday, September 6th – Sunday, September 7th

Men's Member-Guest Thursday, September 25th – Saturday, September 27th

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Please visit our website for more information on our real estate offerings OR call us at 864.543.3336 or 877.401.6330.

We welcomed some of our new property owners last month and accidentally published the wrong information. Their correct information is as follows;

Steve and Christine Mark, 117 Lookout Way, Hattiesburg, Mississippi David and Carla Tweel, 610 Grand Harbor Blvd, Charleston, WV Cathy and Wib Wood, 406 Links Crossing North, Roanoke, Virginia



*Closed for season beginning October 6th

Closed Monday

Closed Monday

Tuesday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Closed Tuesday

Wednesday 11:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m

Wednesday 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m

Thursday 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m

Thursday 11:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m

Friday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Friday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Saturday Open for breakfast 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Reservations Required

Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Pro Shop Closed Monday Tuesday - Sunday 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

CONTACT INFORMATION Clubhouse: 864.543.2000 Dining Reservations: 864.543.2000 Pro Shop: 864.543.2000 Sales: 864.543.3336 Account/Billing Questions: 864.543.2000 ext. 227

Harbor Happenings | October 2013  
Harbor Happenings | October 2013  

A monthly magazine on the events and happenings at Grand Harbor Golf and Yacht Club on Lake Greenwood, South Carolina.