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JUNE 2014

Laurel Course New Record Holder


Managers Message —by Anthony Chelena

Over the years it has become a familiar conversation at the Club. A Member will say, “I heard from a friend that recent event was a lot of fun, but I didn’t even know about it. Why didn’t the Club promote it?” I smile and think, “Members aren’t looking at our communications anymore. We featured it in the newsletter for two months, put up signs around the Club, sent email notices and they still didn’t see it.” So this year we have overhauled our communication techniques, changed to a variety of new sign formats, and reformatted the newsletter. There has been an overwhelming positive response but some negative- and I understand it. The goal is to communicate in a format convenient and interesting to you, so you can take advantage of activities that are of interest to you. It is a new communication age and it requires new communication strategies, but it is still all about communicating with you. Speaking of communications, are you receiving email messages from the Club?

Membership Map

We typically send one or more emails a week, and the open/read rate is about 46%. Often Members have many email accounts and we aren’t sending messages to every decision-maker/interested-party in the household (You know who I am talking about). Message Beth Edwards at membership@hendersonvillecc.com to add all the important email accounts in your household. If you are like me, you may have a spam filter on your email account. You may need to change your settings to accept bulk emails from hendersonvillecc.com. Take a look at our Membership Map below. We dropped our membership database into a map program to see where our Members live. We can zoom in to see how many of our Members live in a subdivision or even on a given street. For instance, when I zoom in I can tell that we have 55 Members living inside one nearby gated golf course-centered development and 38 Members living nearby in another. We also have clusters of Members living in Brevard, Asheville, Columbus, Lake Lure and beyond. Total Membership in May 2014: 545 A, 170 B, and 343 C for a total of 1058. The Clubhouse Sunday Brunch won’t return until after Labor Day. Instead, the Clubhouse is offering a Sunday Night

Cookout every Sunday (except July 6) until Labor Day. The Sunday Night Cookout will have a rotating menu each week, but will always feature hamburgers, hotdogs, a fresh fish, two other entrée choices, salads and desserts. Make it a part of your weekly Sunday wind down. How about the news on the Score cover? Juliet Townsend shoots a 64 from the Laurel Tees. The truth is that it was all set up. Soon after we installed the new Laurel Tees, I called Skip & Tracey Townsend to ask if their daughter would come out and play the first round from the new tees and set the first course record. I didn’t know she would shoot a 64! That’s 9 birdies and 1 bogey for the 15 year old sophomore at HHS. It was really a brave thing for her to do knowing that I was going to publish her score and give everyone a target to shoot at. Coincidentally, a few weeks later, Tom Hadley goes out and fires a new record 66 from the green tees. Great job Juliet and Tom!


Wine Workshop

2014 MEN’S SPRING MEMBER-MEMBER TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Golf News—by Ben Balintine The Spring Member-Member played on May 3rd and 4th was a 36 whole better ball of the two man team. Jim Sparks and John Kelly won the overall gross division with a score of 133. Dick Huskes and Ron Broadway took home the overall low net honors with rounds of 57-60. Congratulations to both teams for their magnificent play. There were a total of 40 teams in this year’s event. Thanks to all for your support.

Hendersonville CC Saturday & Sunday, May 3rd – 4th, 2014 Better Ball, Net & Gross of Twosome

Overall Gross Jim Sparks, John Kelly Overall Net

64-69-133 Gross

Rob Broadway, Richard Huskes

57-60-117 Net

Flighted (All Net) Championship 1st Derek Cowan, Edward Hill 2nd Charlie Thompson, Dave Owens 3rd Ted Ford, David Taylo

59-60-119 61-60-121 60-61-121

Flight One

1st Joe Holbert, Phil Gillespie 2nd Brian Parsons, Joe Farrar 3rd Rory Dalton, Jim Murray

60-58-118 59-64-123 63-62-125

Flight Two

1st Craig Richards, Rich Robbins 2nd Kip Pirkle, Newell Doty 3rd Terry Brock, Tom Cooper

58-61-119 62-59-121 58-66-124

Flight Three

1st Terry Stein, Sandy Harris 2nd Richard Kauffold, Dick DuRose 3rd Bill Wilson, Bob Duvall

62-61-123 59-64-123 62-63-125

Closest to the Pin Saturday #4 Steve Braznell #17 Terry Brock Sparks

Broadway

Huskes

BIRDIE DAY

Bring your guests, friends and colleagues to lunch through our Clubhouse buffet and a round of golf for $25 per person. First Come, First Served on lunch reservations and tee times. June 26 (Thursday) Lunch 12:30, Tee Times 1:30 August 21 (Thursday) Lunch 12:30, Tee Times 1:30

SUMMER GOLF CLINICS

#2 Bill Austin #13 Kip Pirkle

GOLF events

Kelly

Sunday

Beginning in June, the golf staff will be conducting Ladies and Junior Clinics each week throughout the summer. If you are interested in participating, please call the golf shop at least one week in advance. The fee per session will be $15.00. Must have 3 people sign up per clinic. LADIES Wednesdays 1:00 – 2:00 June 11-18-25 July 2-16-23-30 Aug 6-13-20-27

JUNIORS Tuesday & Thursday 10:15 – 11:00 June 10-12-17-19-24-26 July 3-15-17-22-24-29 Aug 5-7-12-14-19-21

The Ward Room Electric Jam Series presents a

BLUEGRASS JAM Featuring Larry Keith and Reece Combs Friday June 20, 2014 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM

GOLF news

Reservations Required • June 10 - 6:00 PM We continue our Wine Workshops with the French regions of Burgundy and Alsace. This workshop follows The Everyday Guide to Wine video produced by The Great Courses. The workshop last approximately 2 hours. Light hors ‘d oeuvres will be served and 12 wines will be sampled. $25++ per person.


Golf Rules

1. Range balls and bags must remain at

Over the past few months there have been several requests from the membership to address some of the club policies. Here are some of the policies in question;

3. Towels are placed on the golf carts each

the range area. Please do not take them home with you to hit at a later date.

day as a service. Please do not remove them from the premises.

2. At the short game practice area, golf balls have been provided as a service. When you have finished your practice session, please retrieve the golf balls and repair your ball marks. HCC Men's  Golf  Handicaps  April  2014   HCC  Men's  Golf  Handicaps  April  2014  

—by Jay King

Accelerating the putter with a square club face at impact will allow you to make more putts. Unfortunately many golfers have the face of the putter open through impact causing inconsistent distances and unwanted backspin on their beginning roll.

GOLF events

GREAT SHOTS

Sam France had a holein-one on the 122 yard 13th hole using a wedge. John Frier scored a hole in one on the 122 yard 13th hole using a 7 iron. Chris Lance scored an eagle 2 on the 364 yard 14th hole. Jerry Rice made an eagle 2 on the 378 yard 15th hole using a sand wedge on his second shot. Col. Bob Smith shot his age and also 1 better his age in April. Nick MaGro bettered his age by 3 shots.

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A practice drill to help you see if your clubface is open at impact would be to putt two balls at the same time. Place two balls together ahead of your putter. If you have an open clubface at impact, the ball closer to the heel of your putter will start off the clubface first and go further. It does this because you are making contact with the heel ball before the ball that is closer to the toe of the putter. Now try to release the putter through impact until the ball that is closer to the toe of the putter starts off first and goes further. You are now slightly releasing the putter head through impact. By having a square clubface that slightly closes through impact, will allow the ball to hug the ground nicely as it rolls into the hole.

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Golf Tips

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Dick Kauffold scored a Hole-in-One on Hole #13 using a pitching wedge. Larry Hargis scored and Eagle 3 on the 5th Hole using a 7 iron. Jerry Schmode made an Eagle 2 on the 14th Hole using a 9 iron. Bill Pearce made and Eagle 3 on Hole 16. Larry Doebler scored a Hole-in-0ne on the 184 yard 4th Hole using a 5 iron. Sally Boyd won the Ladies Member Guest at Riviera CC in Corel Gables Florida. Tom Hadley fired a course record 66 from the green tees.

JUNIOR PGA

We have over 20 youth golfers signed up for our Junior PGA golf team. This exciting program offers our youth a chance to play competitive golf, and practice various disciplines on the golf course with their peers. We have team jerseys and will play matches both internally here at HCC and our plan is to play other area youth programs. Get in the Game, and Have Fun is our team motto.

FAMILY GOLF June 7-14-21-28 at 11:30am

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Water Works begins with a splash on Monday, June 2nd at 8:45 am. Trim and Tone your way to fitness in the beautiful, heated HCC pool. No swimming skills are required.

Strong People Stay Young

The fitness center is open 24/7 for your convenience. Complimentary orientations on the proper use of the equipment are available. Call Rose for details at 691-3835. Reminder: Fitness Center and Tennis building code is 2261#.

Upcoming Events June 12, Th

WGA Member Guest 9:00 am Shotgun

June 13, Fr

WGA Member Guest Rain Date

June 19, Th

9 Holers Twilight Golf – 4:30 Shotgun

July 1, Tu

WNC Juniors 11:30 Tee Times

July 6 Su

Couples Golf Tee Times 12:00 – 1:30

July 10-11-12 –Th-F-Sa

Men’s Member-Guest Tournament

July 13 Su

Men’s Member Guest Rain Date

July 15-16, –Tu-Wed

Greens Aerification – Course Closed

July 21 & 22 –M, Tu

Junior Club Championship

July 25 Fr

Twilight Golf 5:00 Shotgun

July 28,29 M,Tu SMGA Championship 1:30 Shotgun Tues.

FITNESS events

by Rose Huscher

FITNESS CENTER

GOLF events

FITNESS

Membership

—by Beth Edwards

A HUGE thank you to our 50 members who stepped up to the plate to sponsor a new member during the US Open ticket contest! At time of printing the newsletter, we had not yet conducted the drawing, stay tuned to the July Score for our winners! This was a fun contest with a lot of excitement about introducing your Club to your friends and colleagues! We appreciate all the enthusiastic participation. Join us in welcoming the following new Members into HCC: Trevor and Meredith Calhoun Loic and Carol DeFabrique Roy and Pamela Faulk Chris and Kristen Freeman John and Jennifer Liberatos Jason and Cara Pryor Leon and Elise Geary Ben and Wilma Johnson Doug and Susan Miller Vic and Kate Stroetzel


MEMBER/GUEST

TENNIS events

A great time was had by all who participated! Men’s Night Tuesdays 6pm Ladies Night Thursdays 6pm Please email tennispeople@yahoo.com with your availability for each month. Join Us for: WELCOME SUMMER ROUND ROBIN / JUNE 20th 6pm - 8pm BYOB & snack to share

June Tennis Dates June 3 Ladies 2.5-3.0 Clinic 4 wk Session Begins (6pm-7pm) June 2,4 After School Jr Clinics (3:30pm-4:30pm) June 10,11,12 Jr Clinic week 1 (9am-10am/10am-11am) June 14 Adult 1 Day Singles Club Championships June 17.18.19 Jr Clinic week 2 (9am-10am/10am-11am) June 20 Welcome Summer RR (6pm-8pm) June 23-27 TENNIS CAMP (9am-3pm) July Tennis Dates July 1,2,3 Jr Clinic week 3 (9am-10am/10am-11am) July 4 Red,White & Blue RR (10am-11:30am) July 8,9,10 Jr Clinic week 4 (9am-10am/10am-11am) July 15,16,17 Jr Clinic week 5 (9am-10am/10am-11am) July 19 1 Day Jr Club Championships July 22,23,24 Jr Clinic week 6 (9am-10am/10am-11am) July 29,30.31 Jr Clinic week 7 (9am-10am/10am-11am) Private and Group lessons available call 692-7744 Need a new racquet? Need your racquet strung or re-gripped ? Come by the tennis shop

Independence Day Celebration FRIDAY, JULY 4TH Food: 5:00 – 7:30 pm Music: 5:30 – 8:30 pm

APPALACHIAN FIRE BAND

Adults: $16.95++ Children 11 – 12: $7.95++ Children 7 – 10: $4.5++ **No Sunday Cookout on July 6th**

MENU: BARBEQUE BABY BACK RIBS HAMBURGERS AND HOT DOGS ASIAN BARBEQUE SALMON SMOKED CHICKEN SAUSAGE WITH SWEET PEPPERS AND ONIONS BAKED BEANS OVEN ROASTED POTATOES GREEN BEANS CORN ON THE COB


WGA 18-Hole —by Sandy Sessoms It’s hard to believe that we are well into our tournament season! Spring Shoot, with a total of 7 play days (including 2 rain-outs) produced 15 winners from 3 flights. Check out our web site for results at http://wgahcc.com. There is more information for you on the web site that includes tee times, breaking news, and future scheduled events, etc. May has included several flighted and team events, State Play Day, Interclub at Kenmure CC, and a Western Tournament at Champion Hills CC. The Western at Holly Tree in April was rained out.

Here’s what to watch for: • Interclub at Connestee Falls CC on June 10th...this being the first event at our new Interclub location that is taking the place of Cliffs Valley. • Western Carolina at Catawba CC on June 27th • Member/Member on June 3 • Member/Guest June 11th and 12th with a rain date of the 13th • A team event on the 17th • A flighted T and F event on the 24th

Golf Quip: “If there is a storm rolling in you’ll be having the game of your life”

Pictured here are 6 very happy women who represent the joy the entire 18-hole ladies feel about the sand trap demise in front of #5! From left to right are Elaine Harris, Sonja Waddell, Marge Shveda, Bette Carter, Debby Chapman, and Nancy Bellick.

WGA 9-Hole

Grounds —by Craig DeJong

—by Dorothy Spall

The Golf Course Maintenance Department is hitting full stride maintaining the golf course. Once we received more summer like conditions, we were able to evaluate the health of our turf. This past winter was a tough one for turfgrass. We did lose some Bermudagrass on our collars. All of the areas sustaining damage had a recurring theme, shade and drainage issues. Since the winter was wet and cold, these areas did not have the ability to dry out, staying perpetually wet. This is what caused our winterkill. We were able to save a good majority of damaged turf through fertility, sunshine, and cultural practices. All areas have now been re-sodded and are looking good. As always, it takes the golf course to a bit of time to fully awaken, which takes patience.

Join us for our 9-Hole Twilight Mixer on Thursday, June 19 at 4:30 pm. Sign-up sheet will be posted in the Ladies Lockerroom.

SMGA —by Dick DuRose June brings us to the heart of the season, with five Monday competitions, and our 2nd Interclub match with Cliff’s Valley on Wednesday June 25. Don’t forget to sign up early as this one fills up every year. At the first Interclub at Pebble Creek in May, we fell slightly behind in the overall Club standings. But, the good news is we are only out of third place by nine shots. The bad news it is 36 shots out of first. Congratulations to Rick Price whose foursome came in first. Hopefully, our team will make up lots of ground when we play the Interclub at HCC in August.

I continue to appreciate numerous members giving me their “two cents’ worth.” Your opinions, positive, negative, or constructive, are valuable to me. Please feel free to contact me. craigwdejong@gmail.com

Featuring:

Pantasia Steel Drum Band

Sunday, June 15th Buffet: 5:00 – 7:30 Music: 5:30 – 8:30 Father’s Day Ribs Eating Contest 6:15 PM Eat as many ribs as you can for 4 minutes and make your children proud. Rules- you must have at least one of your children present. Sign up by 6:00 PM and buy dinner. We will weigh your pile of ribs before and subtract the weight of your pile of bones four minutes later. Winner will receive free dinner and a trophy. All participants will earn the adoration of their children. Adults: $16.95++ Children 11 – 12: $7.95++ Children 7 – 10: $4.95++ Father’s Day Menu: Asian Barbeque Salmon Hamburgers and Hot Dogs Barbeque Chicken BBQ Ribs Baked Beans Corn on the Cob Roasted New Potatoes Macaroni and Cheese Rolls and Butter Assorted Salads Fruit Crisp Cookies and Brownies Ice Cream Sundae Bar


CLUBHOUSE news

Tuesday Night Menu Wednesday Night Menu 3 June

$15.25++

Kale Caesar Salad with Grilled Chicken, Bacon, and Tomato Baked Scallops with Chardonnay Butter Sauce Chicken Marsala Roast Sirloin of Beef au jus

10 June

Asian Noodle Salad with Atlantic Salmon Shrimp Tempura with Spicy Orange Sauce Honey Pecan Chicken Roast Sirloin of Beef with Sauce Bearnaise

17 June

Shrimp Salad with Vine Ripe Tomato, Broccoli, and Asparagus Boston Scrod Chicken Curry Roast Sirloin of Beef with Mushroom Sauce

24 June

CLUBHOUSE events

Kale and Buffalo Chicken Salad with Bleu Cheese Vinaigrette Seafood Newburg with Rice Cornish Hen with Orange Sauce Roast Sirloin of Beef with Green Pepper Corn Sauce

FATHER’S DAY

Sunday, June 15 Buffet - 5:00 – 7:30 pm Music – 5:30 – 8:00 Pantasia Steel Drum Band

INDEPENDENCE DAY Friday, July 4 Buffet – 5:00 – 7:30 Music – 5:30 – 8:00 Appalachian Fire

FIRST THURSDAY BRIDGE CLUB

Thursday, June 5 Cocktails: 5:30 / Dinner: 6:00 Bridge: 7:00 Please contact Hostesses Pat Yurick or Phyliss Rothrock for more information

4 June

$11.95++

Grilled Bratwurst, Sweet Peppers, Onions and Whole Grain Mustard on a Pretzel Roll Chicken Salad Melt with Emmanthaler Cheese Oyster Poor Boy Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap

Monthly Specials Pan Seared Red Snapper with Spring Vegetables and Balsamic Vinaigrette Charred Bistro Steak, Mushroom and Green Peppercorn Sauce Veal Scaloppine, Heart of Artichoke, Cherry Tomatoes, and Chardonnay Sauce

11 June

Grilled Pimiento Cheese, Bacon, and Caramelized Onion Hot Pastrami Sandwich Fried Grouper Sandwich Chicken Salad Croissant

18 June

Philly Cheese Steak Ham and Cheese Omelet Sandwich Salmon Patty with Horseradish Sauce on a Toasted English Muffin Smoked Ham Hoagie with Lettuce, Tomato, Onion and Garlic mayonnaise

25 June

Reuben Sandwich Welsh Rarebit, Poached Eggs, English Muffin and Crisp Bacon Crab Cake Sandwich Club Sandwich Wrap

CLUBHOUSE HOURS OF OPERATION LUNCH-11:30 TO 2:00 TUESDAY- FRIDAY DINNER 5:00 TO 8:00 TUESDAY-THURSDAY DINNER 5:00 TO 9:00 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BRUNCH SUN 11:00 TO 1:30 BAR 11:30AM TO 2:00 PM TUESDAYFRIDAY BAR 5:00 PM TO 9:00 PM FRIDAYSATURDAY BAR 12:00 PM TO 1:30 PM SUN

iPhone

101 with Lynn Huffman June 24th

Seminar: 10:00 – 12:00 / Buffet Lunch: 12:00

$25 per person

Do you have an I phone, but don’t know how to use it to the full potential? Please sign up for Iphone 101. Lynn Huffman is a personal technology consultant, a columnist for the Hendersonville Lightning and the founder of www.liberateyourtime.com, a site devoted to helping baby boomers keep up with and use technology. • Synchronizing email, contacts and calendars between iPhone/ iPad & computer • The many ways to use Siri and Dictation • Apps that will save you time • Apps that make life easier • iPhone camera tips • Understanding Camera Roll vs. Photo Stream


1 Sun

(lunch) Salisbury Steak

$9.95

5 Thr 6 Fri 8 Sun

Prime Rib Queen cut $15.95 King cut $17.95 Grilled Salmon with Asparagus $15.95 (lunch) Roast Pork and Dressing $9.95

12 Thr 13 Fri 15 Sun

Prime Rib Queen cut $15.95 King cut $17.95 Fresh Fried Oysters $14.95 (lunch) Chicken Parmesan $9.95

19 Thr 20 Fri 22 Sun

Prime Rib Queen cut $15.95 King cut $17.95 Grilled Shrimp Kabobs with pasta $14.95 (lunch) Baked Ham $9.95

26 Thr 27 Fri 29 Sun

Prime Rib Queen cut $15.95 King cut $17.95 Grilled Salmon with Asparagus $15.95 (lunch) Country Style Steak $9.95

Monthly Specials May Lunch Special

Monday thru Friday Chicken Club Wrap with choice of any side $8.95

GRILL news

Grill Monthly Specials

Ward Room Beer of the Month Naked Apple Hard Cider “Wicked Peel” 16 oz Draft $3.75

New Belgium Brewing “Shift Pale Lager” $3.25 16oz Draft

GRILL HOURS OF OPERATION

GRILL events

MONDAY THRU SUNDAY 7:30AM11:00AM FOR BREAKFAST 11:00AM-3:00PM FOR LUNCH THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 5:00PM8:00PM FOR DINNER

MONTHLY LUNCH SPECIAL

June Lunch Grill Special Monday thru Friday Shrimp Caesar Wrap served with chips $8.50

The Grill Take-Out Order

Don’t let your $50 quarterly food minimum sneak up on you. Try an easy take out at the Grill. You can even pick this order up during breakfast hours. Just heat and serve. Call ahead for this order to go. 2 Half Racks of BBQ Ribs 1 Dozen Buffalo Wings 1 Whole Pecan Pie $50 for the entire meal


POOL NEWS

—by Anna Nagreen

What a great start we’ve had! We had a fabulous opening. If you haven’t had a chance to come up to the pool yet, please join us soon!

Hendersonville Country Club P.O. Box 589 Hendersonville, NC 28793

Our first swimming jamboree will be on Tuesday, June 17th at 5:30. There will be two practices for the jamboree -Tuesday, June 10th and Thursday, June 12th both at 5:30. Please sign up in advance at the pool office.

POOL HOURS:

POOL events

WATER WORKS AEROBICS - M, W, F 8:45 – 9:45 AM ADULT SWIM – 10:00 – 11:00 AM OPEN SWIM – 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM THURSDAYS OPEN UNTIL 8:00 PM FRIDAYS OPEN UNTIL 9:00 PM

FRIDAY COOK-OUTS June 6 – 22 Buffet is 5:30 – 7:30 Pool open until 9:00 MENUS for JUNE: JUNE 6 Chicken Alfredo pasta Caesar Salad Swedish meatballs Potato Skins

JUNE 20 Fried Flounder Garden Salad Pasta Salad Squash Medley

JUNE 13 Sausage w/ Peppers Cobb Salad Buffalo Wings Mac n Cheese

JUNE 27 BBQ Sliders Veggie Pasta Greek Salad Tater Tots

LESSONS:

June 16 – 19, 23-26 July 7 – 10, 14 – 17 11:00 – 11:30 am $50 per session, charged to membership account

www.hendersonvillecc.com

Clubhouse (828) 692-2261 Pro Shop (828) 693-6507 Pool (828) 692-2788 Tennis House (828) 692-7744 Grill (828) 692-2262 ext. 125 Ward Room (828) 692-2262 ext. 130 E-mail hvlcc@bellsouth.net

The Hendersonville Country Club is continually striving to protect the beauty of our mountain community and is determined to be proactive in our environmental stewardship. The Score is printed using lineseed/soy based inks and uses only FSC® certified paper.

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