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Mardi Gras Golf Tournament & Buffet

Aug. 5

Town Hall Meeting

Aug. 8-10

Golf Men’s MemberGuest Tournament

Aug. 12

Back Porch Bible Study Closing Luncheon

Aug. 12

Feast with Friends

Aug. 13

Tennis US Open Mixer

Aug. 16

Town Hall Meeting

Aug. 17-18

Golf Men’s & Senior Club Championship

Aug. 19-20

Golf Ladies Club Championship/ President’s Cup

Aug. 20

Tennis & Croquet Margarita Mixer

Aug. 21

French Wine Dinner

Aug. 22

Fitness Panthertown Hike with Tony Austin

Aug. 23

Brevard College Golf Tournament

Aug. 26

Croquet Club Championship Finals and Awards Dinner

Aug. 31 Sept. 1

Patriot Weekend

August 2013 President’s Message

Golf........................................................... p 2-3 Tennis.......................................................... p 4 Fitness......................................................... p 5 Croquet.................................................... p 6-7 Clubhouse.................................................. p 8 Food & Beverage....................................... p 9 Membership............................................ p 10 The Greystone Inn.................................. p 11

David Dew, CCM, CCE

We are all so appreciative of the wonderful job that Steve Turner has done as our golf course superintendent and wish him the best as he embarks on a new era in his life as he retires from the golf industry to relax and spend more time with his family. I have had the unique opportunity to develop a great personal friendship with Steve over the last several years, and I know that many of you like and respect him as well. Steve possesses a love for Lake Toxaway that is evidenced by his handiwork. While we will certainly miss him, I am confident that this is a great move for him and his family.

Steve Turner

Steve will be retiring at the beginning of September. He says he is ready to change the pace of his life. After all, Steve began working at age 16 and spent 20 years on citrus farms in Florida before beginning a career in the golf course industry that has lasted the better part of 20 years. He first came to the club in 2007 when his wife accepted a job here in Lake Toxaway. He arrived just in time to oversee the renovation of the front nine holes of the golf course, and then managed the construction of the new croquet lawn in 2011. We are all extremely grateful for Steve’s meticulous attention to detail and desire for perfection. Although the timing is a couple of months earlier than initially planned, Steve’s wife was offered a great career opportunity in Knoxville that will bring them “home.” Steve was born just outside Knoxville in Maryville, and that is where his family lives, so this move will bring him closer to his grandchildren. He says that he is looking forward to being there with them versus watching them grow up on Facebook. Our golf course consultant, Tim Moraghan, is already working closely with Steve and the club to find our next golf course superintendent. As you may expect, Steve has made extensive checklists for the staff, and until the new superintendent arrives, you will not see any difference in how the course is maintained.

Steve said, “I really value the friendships made here. I’m going to miss the place. But where I want to be is close to my grandkids.”

GOLF July was a month to forget this year. As of July 6, we had already received more total rainfall than we received in all of 2012. Steve Turner and his crew have done a wonderful job maintaining the course the best it could be. We need your cooperation in course etiquette by replacing divots, fixing ball marks, raking bunkers, and remaining on cart paths whenever posted. There have been several sightings of private carts off paths. Even with the excess rain, we were still able to get some events completed. The Ladies Member-Guest Tournament went on as scheduled and was a great success. Congratulations to all the winners. The Lake Toxaway Charities Golf Tournament was held on July 20 with a slight adjustment due to weather. Congratulations to the winning teams, and thank you to all for coming out and supporting our local charities. As you have seen in TV commercials, the PGA and USGA are dealing with pace of play throughout the country with a motto of “while we are still young.” We ask everyone to be aware of your pace. We all want to enjoy the game. Be ready to play when it is your turn.

LAKE TOXAWAY CHARITIES TOURNAMENT RESULTS Low Gross: Bernie Marcus Billi Marcus Dave Ferguson Becky Dockter 1st Net:

Jack Kaplan Shirley Kaplan Chris Ure Thomas Bryan

2nd Net:

Bill Nolan Joanne Nolan Larry Catuzzi Dave Wilkes



Closest to Pins: Laura Royal on #5 Jack Kaplan on #13

MEN’S MEMBER-GUEST TOURNAMENT Thursday, August 8 Saturday, August 10 To those who have signed up for the tournament, please call the Pro Shop to confirm your spot and make sure we have all your details: (828) 966-4661.

Reminder: Lightning Alerts Please leave the course and seek shelter immediately when you hear one long blast, meaning that lightning has been detected in the area. You may resume play when you hear the all-clear signal of three short blasts. 2



Mardi Gras Tournament

Thurs. Aug. 8 Sat. Aug. 10

Men’s Member-Guest Tournament

Sat. Aug. 17 Sun. Aug. 18

Men’s & Senior Club Championships

Mon. Aug. 19 Tues. Aug. 20

Ladies Club Championship / President’s Cup

Fri. Aug. 23

Brevard College Tournament

Sat. Aug. 31

Patriot Golf Day

Jeff’s Clinics Sign up by calling the Learning Center at (828) 862-3789.

LADIES MEMBER-GUEST TOURNAMENT RESULTS Gross Winners Billie Messer, Marcia Bricker, Pinky Israel & Kendra Haines

Net Winners: Jennie Moore, Kathleen Rivers, Margaret Rodbell & Paige Powell

COED CLINICS Saturdays | 10:00am-11:00am at the Learning Center

LADIES-ONLY CLINICS Wednesdays | 11:00am-12:00pm at the Learning Center

CONTACT US Golf Pro Shop | Lou Biago




TENNIS It’s hard to believe it’s already August! This season has been going too quickly. Even though we have had way too much rain and bad weather, you all have made this season very positive and enjoyable. We really appreciate your support and patience. The US Open Cookout and Exhibition has been rescheduled for August 13 due to pros being away for the US Open Kalamazoo qualifier. On August 15, I will hold a Doubles Strategies Clinic from 10:30am to 12:30pm, with assistance from Korey Lovett. We will focus on serves, volleys, and return lobs, as well as new strategies to take your game to the next level. Cost is $30 for each clinic. Then on August 20, we will have a blast at the Tennis & Croquet Margarita Mixer featuring bartender Hank Schuyler. This fun event is for everyone. Cost is $10.


US Open Mixer, Cookout, and Pro Exhibition

Tues. Aug. 20 3:30pm

Tennis & Croquet Margarita Mixer

Sun. Sept. 1 10:00am

Patriot Round Robin

Sun. Sept. 1 1:30pm

Patriot Weekend Pro Exhibition

Private & Group Lessons Available in One-Hour & Half-Hour Formats Call Pro Shop for a list of fees.



Doubles Strategies Clinic Thursday, August 15 10:30am-12:30pm

CONTACT US Tennis Pro Shop | Kenny Lovett


FITNESS We are very excited to be adding a great fitness event to the Patriot Weekend celebration to support the Folds of Honor Foundation. “Yoga on the Lawn� event will be held Saturday, August 31 at 9:00am. Come join us for great yoga instruction by our fitness staff and support an excellent cause. We will also be giving away lots of great prizes that have been donated by local businesses. Our goal is to have 100 participants. All ages and abilities are welcomed! Register for this free event by contacting Annie at the Fitness Center at (828) 862-6571. All donations will benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation. Sign up today!

HOURS OF OPERATION Sunday | 9:00am-2:00pm Monday-Friday | 7:00am-6:00pm Saturday | 7:00am-4:00pm

August Fitness Classes Group fitness classes will be held through September 7

Total Body Conditioning

YOGA ON THE LAWN Patriot Weekend August 31 | 9:00am

Help us reach our goal of 100 participants! Sign up with Annie at (828) 862-6571.

Mondays | 9:00am Wednesdays | 9:00am Fridays | 9:00am* *All this month, bring one guest to Friday Total Body Conditioning Classes for free! Class will be held at 11:00am on August 7. No class on Wednesday, August 14.


PANTHERTOWN HIKE WITH TONY AUSTIN Thursday, August 22 | 9:00am


Meet at the main clubhouse parking lot. Bring water and wear sturdy hiking shoes. Call the Fitness Center at (828) 862-6571 for more information or to sign up.

Coming in October... Stay tuned for more information about an October Fall Hiking and Conditioning Class! Please let Annie know if you would be interested in a class on Mondays and Thursdays, weather permitting.

Headphones are on sale at the Fitness Center for $5. Pick up a pair today!

Saturdays | 9:00am Mondays | 10:15am No class on Saturday, August 31. Instead, join Yoga on the Lawn for Patriot Weekend.

Pilates Core Strength & Balance Thursdays | 10:30am No class on Thursday, August 1.

Personal Training To sign up for group or individual personal training, call the Fitness Center: (828) 862-6571.

CONTACT US Annie Cruzan Fitness Center Director



CROQUET IT”S OFFICIAL! Sometimes it rains even on our croquet lawns. We CROQUETNUTS have found ourselves sloshing our way through June and July. Despite having accumulated over 18 inches of rain in July alone and almost 75 inches year to date, the Mallet Club’s avid players still have managed to flock to the courts.

Association Rules Instruction with Jeff Soo On July 6, in the midst of what most club members were describing as a rainstorm, eight LTMC players joined Jeff Soo for a classroom and on-court clinic to learn how to play Association Rules Croquet. Jeff spent an hour during a brief shower using a white board to describe the differences between American Rules and Association Rules croquet. The players took to the lawns for several hours of play and instruction. Comments from the players ranged from “I really like this game” and “this is really fun to play” to “this game requires the ability to hit balls from a long distance,” which presented an obvious opportunity for mentoring from our pro Kenny Lovett. If you are interested in learning more about this game, it will be gradually introduced into the Thursday morning six wicket high/ low play over the next few months. If there is enough interest, we will schedule another targeted clinic for our CROQUETNUTS.

Feast with Friends The festivities continued on July 8 when 122 club members attended the second “Feast with Friends” dinner and speaker series. This time, Dr. Clyde Brooks entertained us with the chronicles of his life as Brevard’s top veterinarian. A good time was had by all as always. Thanks again to Larry Bradner for putting together an excellent series.

Don’t miss out on signing up for the August 12 Feast with Friends event when we will have professional falconer Peter Kipp-duPont and two of his feathered friends: four year old Seymour and three year old Zelda Suri (known as “Zel”). Peter has been training birds of prey for more than 44 years. He has been actively involved in the peregrine falcon reintroduction program and Seymour and Zel are two of his personal peregrines. This should prove to be another fascinating evening in this already popular series.

Interclubs We held our second home Interclub on July 18 with Cedar Creek Racquet Club and Burlingame. The event was well attended and we managed to stay dry. Gary Harden organized another mixed social golf play format, which the visiting clubs again really enjoyed. Our last match is scheduled for August 22 at Wildcat Cliffs, and the End-Of-Season Interclub Tournament will be held September 4 at Lake Toxaway. Let Gary know if you are interested in playing. 6


CROQUET Upcoming Events Mon. Aug. 12 6:30pm

Feast with Friends featuring Peter Kipp-duPont

Sat. Aug. 17

Transylvania Endowment Croquet Tournament

Tues. Aug. 20 3:30pm

Tennis/Croquet Margarita Mixer

Thurs. Aug. 22 9:30am

Interclub - Away at Wildcat Cliffs

Mon. Aug. 26 11:00am

Lake Toxaway Mallet Club Annual Meeting

Mon. Aug. 26 1:00pm

Club Championship Finals

Mon. Aug. 26 6:00pm

Awards Dinner

Events and Lessons We are now halfway through our season, and there is much more activity and court time yet to come. Monday Wine & Wickets, Thursday Association Rules Play, and Sunday Singles Golf are the regulars but still to come are some of our biggest special events of the year, such as our club Golf Croquet Tournament, Patriot Weekend Golf Croquet Event, the Lake Toxaway Invitational Golf Croquet Tournament, and the Toxaway Mountain Challenge & Exhibition. Don’t forget to contact our pro, Kenny Lovett, for some lessons to hone your skills for these events. As our ranks continue to grow within our own community, croquet in the Western Carolina Mountains has swollen to ten clubs with a number of other communities working on developing their own programs. Who would have “thunk” four years ago that Lake Toxaway would evolve into one of the premier croquet sites in the country?

As evidence to our growing reputation in the croquet world, Lake Toxaway has been chosen to host the USCA National Golf Croquet Championship, to be held on September 22-25 and featuring the top golf croquet players in the United States. We set the standard in WNC croquet play! A big hand to the club, the Enoches, Kenny Lovett, and all of the CROQUETNUTS for making this possible, and a big thanks to Linda Garner for serving so well as our fearless leader for the last two years. Remember, win by whacking wickets, play by picking partners, and have fun with family and friends.

Ann Fowler and her croquet crew having a fun clinic with Kenny.


USCA Golf Croquet National Championship Lake Toxaway Country Club September 22-25, 2013

Croquet | Kenny Lovett




CLUBHOUSE We have so many great things coming up in August! From the Mardi Gras Tournament and Buffet on August 1 through Patriot Weekend starting on August 31, the club has plenty of events to keep you having fun all month long. See all the details on the next few pages and the club calendar. I look forward to seeing each and every one of you at the club.

Mark your calendars for our next Wine Dinner coming up on August 21, when Cara Freije from Tryon Distributing will be here to share some of her favorite French wines complimented by six courses of amazing food. Be sure to sign up soon!

As always, we are so grateful for the support of our great membership. Even with all of the wet weather in July, we managed to have a record-breaking Charities Weekend, one of the largest family nights in years, and several evenings serving more than 200 people in our dining rooms. The staff has had a great time taking care of you so far this season, and look forward to more fun events as the summer continues. You may notice a few changes behind the bar over the next few weeks. As Alex West leaves to begin his law degree, bartender Nick Castro will step in as our new bar manager. Nick will be with us throughout the season before leaving for New Zealand to work on his doctorate degree in health and wellness. Hannah Smith will also be bartending for us through the rest of the season. A recent graduate of Florida State University, Hannah has already been an asset to us in the dining room, and we are very excited to have her joining us in The 19th Hole. If you haven’t met Nick and Hannah, please drop by and get to know them both.

LARRY COHEN BRIDGE SEMINAR August 14-15 Life Master Larry Cohen returns to Lake Toxaway to conduct a bridge seminar for intermediate and advanced players.



Mardi-Gras Buffet

Thursday, August 1 | 6:30pm Main Dining Room

Bring your mask and beads for a great time at our Mardi Gras golf tournament and dinner! The golf tournament is a scramble format with a 1:30pm shotgun start. Cost is $70 per couple. Sign up in the Pro Shop or by calling (828) 966-4661. Then join us for dinner in the Main Dining Room with a New Orleans-style buffet and drink specials. Reservations are required. Sign up online under dining reservations or call (828) 966-4020.

Jason D. Williams Dinner Show Saturday, August 3 | 6:30pm $80++ per person Begin with an Elvis Cocktail Party featuring The King’s favorite hors d’oeuvres, then enjoy a special Rock and Roll Dinner with beer, wine, and liquor included. Then get ready to dance the night away! Attire is informal: wear sport shirts, poodle skirts, and the like. This event is sold out! To be placed on the waiting list, please call Laura Johnson at (828) 966-4020.

CONTACT US Joel Mathis Asst. Clubhouse Manager

828-966-4020, Ext. 40

FOOD & BEVERAGE Feast with Friends


Monday, August 12 | 6:30pm

Casual attire

The next Feast with Friends will feature professional falconer Peter Kipp-duPont and two of his feathered friends. Learn more on page 6. Reservations are required; RSVP online or call the club at (828) 966-4020.

Club Dinner

Casual attire pants and collared shirt, no jacket required

Greystone Inn

Dinner: jacket required for gentlemen Breakfast: casual attire

French Wine Dinner main dining room

Wednesday, August 21 | 6:00pm


CONTACT US Food and Beverage



I have enjoyed meeting many of you at club events and in the dining rooms, and I hope that I can get to know more of you in the coming weeks.

Greystone Inn Dining

during the evening on August 8 and August 10 due to the Golf Men’s Member-Guest Tournament.

The cost is $100++ per person. Jackets for gentlemen are requested at this event. Seating is limited and reservations are required. RSVP online or call the club at (828) 966-4020.

So far during my time in the area, I have seen my first white squirrel, gone hiking to see some of the beautiful waterfalls, and inevitably bought my first raincoat!


PLEASE NOTE: The dining rooms will be closed

Be sure to join us for our next wine dinner featuring wonderful French wines paired perfectly with chefdesigned dishes.

Thank you all for the warm welcome I have received here at Lake Toxaway!



If you would like to plan a party, function, or just introduce yourself, please feel free to stop by my office and say hello! My office is in the main clubhouse at the end of the hall. I am looking forward to helping to make the rest of this season a great one.

CONTACT US Erin Schlegel Group & Events Coordinator

828-966-4020, Ext. 23 LAKE TOXAWAY COUNTRY CLUB


MEMBERSHIP Lake Toxaway Charities held their annual event at Lake Toxaway Country Club on Saturday, July 20, with golf, tennis, and croquet events, followed by a Safari-themed Dinner Dance.

Once again, the committee, co-chaired by Chip Brown and Buzz Parker, along with 51 volunteers, successfully raised needed funds for organizations within Transylvania County.

This year, approximately $150,000 was distributed to 30 agencies, with more than 1.5 million dollars being raised over the last ten years. 100% of donations are distributed to the recipient organizations. The only expenses are printing and mailing, which is covered by endowment interest income.

The Lake Toxaway Charities Mission is to support the charities, doctors, and educators who work with and minister to the abused, disabled, indigent, and those with special needs in Transylvania County. Over the years, organizations that have been helped include The American Red Cross, Center for Women, The Children’s Center, Habitat for Humanity, Mediation Center, Rise & Shine Freedom Schools Program, SAFE, Inc., Sharing House, The Free Clinic of Transylvania County, Blue Ridge Free Dental Clinic, Toxaway Medical Center Endowment, Brevard College, Boys and Girls Club, Friends for Life, and Noah’s A.R.C., just to name a few. Please continue to volunteer and help support Lake Toxaway Charities.

The 14th Annual Lake Toxaway

Becky and Jim Dockter

Paul and Cathy Cooper

TOWN HALL MEETINGS August 5 & 16 10:00am Reg Heinitsh Jr. will share more about our club operations and answer questions. Each meeting is limited to 30 participants. You must sign up in advance to attend. Please contact Laura Johnson to sign up: or (828) 966-4020.

CONTACT US Monday, October 7 | 5:30pm-7:30pm This promises to be a fun night of wonderful art, good food, and fine wine. Bring friends and family. 15% of all proceeds will be donated to Lake Toxaway Charities. 10


Laura Johnson Membership Director




Greystone Named Charter Member of Southern Living Hotel Collection On July 1, Lake Toxaway’s own Greystone Inn was named as a charter member of the Southern Living Hotel Collection. This branded hotel collection features independent four- and five-star level properties that deliver an authentic Southern experience.

CLUB MEMBER CRUISES Don’t forget about our Club Member Cruises each Tuesday at 6:30pm through the day after Labor Day. Call the inn now for reservations!

“We are honored to be associated with one of the South’s most trusted brands in Southern Living and to join such a prestigious collection of distinguished properties,” said Greystone Inn General Manager Clark Lovelace. Southern Living has a legacy of bringing consumers the best travel information and recommendations in the South.

Hotels in the collection are vetted using the same criteria that determine editorial coverage. Membership in the collection is by invitation only. Each hotel provides a memorable experience through impeccable service, outstanding cuisine, high-quality facilities and the finest amenities. The collection will launch with 15 hotels, but the brand will continue to select additional properties over the coming years until the list reaches up to 100 locations across 18 states in the South.

The Lakeside Spa With the season upon us, we occasionally have last-minute openings where we can offer a special incentive on top of your 25% off. If you’d like to be included on these notices, please email Spa Manager Stacey Galloway at spa@ Here is our featured service for this month: Greystone Signature Massage A relaxing massage using Swedish techniques to restore and rejuvenate your body and mind. Tension and fatigue are quickly dissolved with rhythmic integrative strokes that restore equilibrium and ease of being. Try our 80-minute service for complete luxury.

Greystone Gift Shop

Club members receive a 25% discount on all items in the inn’s gift shop and on health & beauty products purchased through our spa. Our gift shop features apparel, Greystone logo products, note cards, a few sundries, and more. Stop by anytime.

CONTACT US local 828-966-4700 toll free 800-824-5766 LAKE TOXAWAY COUNTRY CLUB


Ladies Back Porch Bible Study - Closing Luncheon Monday, August 12 | 11:45am

The Ladies Back Porch Bible Study will host their closing luncheon with guest speaker Joanne Ellison on August 12 at 11:45am in the club’s Main Dining Room. Joanne’s ministry is to help women navigate their way around the distractions of life and into the presence of God. Ellison has reached thousands through her speaking, books, CDs and DVDs. She is author of 15 Bible study guides as well as the popular 365-day Bible devotional, Drawing Near To God. Driven by a vision to help women hear the voice of God and rise up to their destiny, Ellison founded Drawing Near to God in 2000 and has since ministered to thousands of women through her weekly Bible studies and original resources. Ellison is an engaging speaker, writer and Bible teacher. Her speaking style includes both vulnerability and humor and is rooted in her passion for the Bible. She has been called the “Beth Moore of South Carolina.”

Lake Toxaway Country Club 4366 West Club Blvd. Lake Toxaway, NC 28747

Ellison is the mother of three, a grandmother of 10, and has been married for 39 years to Dr. Blount Ellison. Making her home in the Charleston, SC, area for most of her life, Ellison is a graduate of the College of Charleston and an active member of Saint Andrew’s Church in Mount Pleasant, SC. This special occasion is open to all, including those who have not had the opportunity to attend the weekly Bible study. It is a lovely event to invite guests and enjoy fellowship with many women in the community, be treated to a delicious lunch, as well as be inspired by our exceptional speaker. Due to limited seating, reservations are required. To reserve your seat, please contact any of the ladies below or purchase your ticket at the Monday Bible study at the welcome table: - Mary Lou Crowley: 884-7972 / - Leslie Brown: 862-3287 / - Jeanne Simon: 966-9250 / We hope to see you there!

August 2013 Calendar of Events Sunday




Club Dining Schedule (unless otherwise noted on the calendar) Lunch Monday—Saturday 11:30am-2:30pm Toxaway Room Sunday 11:30am-2:30pm Main Dining Room & Porch 19th Hole Daily 2:30pm-6:30pm Dinner Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 6:30pm-8:30pm Main Dining Room Golf Croquet 3:00pm

Golf Croquet 3:00pm

4 Fitness Total Body

5 Golf Ladies Scramble & Luncheon 8:45am Tennis Men’s Day 9:00am Social Bridge 7:00pm Toxaway Room

Conditioning 9:00am Yoga 10:15am Town Hall Meeting 10:00am Golf Men’s Lunch & Interclub with Highlands 12:00pm Ladies Back Porch Bible Study 1:00pm Golf Croquet Mentoring 3:00pm Wine & Wickets 3:30pm


Conditioning 9:00am Yoga 10:15am Golf Men’s Lunch & Interclub with Sapphire Valley 12:00noon Golf Croquet Mentoring 3:00pm Wine & Wickets 3:30pm


Fitness Total Body 26 Conditioning 9am Yoga 10:15am Golf Men’s Interclub & Lunch with Highlands Falls 9:30am Croquet LTMC Annual Meeting 11:00am Club Championship Finals 1:00pm

Awards Dinner 6:00pm



Croquet American Rules 1 Play 9:00am Golf Mardi Gras Tournament 1:30pm Shotgun 6:30pm Buffet Reservations Required

Fitness Total Body Conditioning 9:00am Friday Friends 5:30pm


Fitness Yoga 9:00am 3 Dining Rooms Closed for Dinner Jason D. Williams Dinner Show 6:30pm (Sold Out)

Croquet American Rules 8 Play 9:00am Fitness Pilates Core, Strength, and Balance 10:30am

Fitness Total Body Conditioning 9:00am Friday Friends 5:30pm


Fitness Yoga 9:00am 10 Dining Rooms Closed for Dinner

Due to Men’s Member-Guest Awards Banquet

Dining Rooms Closed for Dinner Due to Men’s Member-Guest

Men’s Member-Guest Golf Tournament

Fitness Total Body 12 Golf Ladies Day 8:45am 13 Conditioning 9:00am Yoga 10:15am Tennis Men’s Day 9:00am Golf Ladies’ Interclub & Lunch US Open Mixer, Cook-Out & with Burlingame 9:30am Pro Exhibition 3:30pm Ladies Back Porch Bible Study Golf Men’s Lunch & Interclub at Closing Luncheon 11:45am Home with Old Edwards Golf Croquet Mentoring 3:00pm Lunch 12:00pm Wine & Wickets 3:30pm Social BridgeEach 7:00pm Day Aerification-9 Holes Open Feast with Friends 6:30pm Toxaway Room

Golf Men’s & Senior Club 18 Golf Ladies Club 19 Championship/President’s Cup Championship 2nd Round Tee Times Tee Times Fitness Total Body Golf Croquet 3:00pm

Golf Croquet 3:00pm

6 Golf Men’s Day 9:00am 7 Fitness Total Body Conditioning 11:00am Tennis Ladies Day 10:30am


Golf Men’s Day 9:00am 14 Croquet American Rules Play 9:00am Larry Cohen Bridge Seminar Larry Cohen Bridge Seminar Tennis Ladies Day 10:30am


Fitness Pilates Core, Strength, & Balance 10:30am Tennis Doubles Strategies Clinic 10:30am-12:30pm Adult Doubles Camp 2:00pm Twilight Golf 4:00pm

Fitness Total Body 16 Conditioning 9:00am Town Hall Meeting 10:00am Friday Friends 5:30pm

Transylvania Endowment 17 15th Anniversary/Croquet Tournament Golf Men’s & Senior Club Championship 1st Round Tee Times Fitness Yoga 9:00am Fitness Yoga 9:00am

Golf Ladies Club 20 Championship/President’s Cup Tee Times Tennis Men’s Day 9:00am Tennis & Croquet Margarita Mixer 3:30pm Social Bridge 7:00pm Toxaway Room

Golf Men’s Day 9:00am 21 Croquet American Rules Play 22 9:00am Fitness Total Body Panthertown Hike with Tony Conditioning 9:00am Austin 9:00am Tennis Ladies Day 10:30am Croquet Interclub Away at Wine Dinner

Brevard College Golf Tournament 9:00am Golf Men’s Interclub at Highland Falls Fitness Total Body Conditioning 9:00am Friday Friends 5:30pm

Golf Ladies Day 8:45am Tennis Men’s Day 9:00am Social Bridge 7:00pm Toxaway Room

Golf Men’s Day 9:00am 28 Fitness Total Body Conditioning 9:00am Tennis Ladies Day 10:30am

Fitness Total Body Conditioning 9:00am Friday Friends 5:30pm


Reservations Required

Wildcat Cliffs 9:30am Fitness Pilates Core, Strength, & Balance 10:30am Twilight Golf 4:00pm

Croquet American Rules 29 Play 9:00am Fitness Pilates Core, Strength, & Balance 10:30am Twilight Golf 4:00pm


30 Patriot Day



Golf & Luncheon 7:30am Registration & Breakfast 8:30am Shotgun 1:00pm Lunch/Awards Ceremony Fitness Yoga on the Lawn 9:00am

Dining Rooms Closed for Dinner Patriot Dinner Dance 5:30pm

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