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General Information -ANAGERS#ORNER Dear Members, Certainly not our best winter weather, b u t c o m p a re d t o other parts of the country, we escaped with only a few minor s c a r s. M o re c o l d, windy and rainy days than we have seen in many years. The weather did have an effect on our business as it relates to the outside services of the Club. We have seen great participation in all of the events. Congrats go out to everyone who participated and to each member who came away as a champion this year. As always, we ask that you look closely at the newsletter and if you would like to make reservations for a specific event, please do so as early as possible. We are starting to see some of our folks head back to their summer residence. Please have a safe trip and a wonderful summer. Finally, I would be remiss if I did not say a few words

about Mark Boyko, the Assistant Golf Professional, who has accepted a new position with the Florida State Golf Association. He begins his new life endeavor in April and all of us wish him the best in the future endeavor. Mark has always been an integral part of our staff and will be missed by everyone. His service to the members and guests of Seven Springs Golf and Country Club was never a question and he always went that extra step to make everyone special. I appreciate what Mark has meant to the Seven Springs family and to myself. He will be a tremendous addition to the FSGA organization. Personally, I thank him for his friendship and his ability to make everyday a little more unique than the previous one. See you at the Club,

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Often you can gain valuable information from the shot your opponent or another member of your foursome is about to play. Say your ball is 15 feet from the hole. Another player has a 25 foot putt along a similar line. Pay careful attention to the roll of his or her ball from the moment it reaches the area where you will putt from until it reaches the hole. You may see that the ball broke a little more or less than you thought it would. Or perhaps it’s pulled up short, indicating that the green might be a little slower than you imagined. Be alert to the information available before you step up to your own putt, and you’ll make more of them.

Two players in your foursome hit their tee shots on a similar line. Once they reach their tee shots, they both realize that they are both playing a Titleist Pro V1 with a number 3. They cannot determine which ball is theirs. How do they proceed? Since neither of the players can identify their golf ball, both players are considered to have lost their ball. They must go back to the tee and hit another tee shot. They are both hitting their third shot. This example shows the importance of identifying your golf balls on the first tee with your group. If need be, mark you ball with some distinctive markings so there is no problem identifying your golf ball. — Mark Haluska, PGA Professional

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OurtheCondolences To family and friends of Norma Palmer George Hale Babs Armstrong Jeanne Forand Doris Reabe

Hole In One Plaques

Lucille Stora and Ed Stibbe will be in the Lounge on April 10th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. to deliver Hole-In-One Plaques. Anyone who wants their plaque, or have a relative or friend they know who would like the plaque, please pick it up at that time. 


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What does transition mean as a golf course maintenance term? Transition is the term used to describe the change from our winter (overseeded) grass to our summer Bermuda grass. This occurs when temperatures become too warm for our winter grass to survive. A bad transition occurs if the winter overseeded grass dies out before the summer Bermuda can grow in and take its place. A bad transition will leave greens with voids that would make them bumpy. Our goal is the same this



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year as it is every year — to have a good transition. With a successful transition, our golfers would not be able to tell the change from one grass to another taking place. We are hoping that this year’s transition will be a successful one.

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With the coming of spring and summer, also comes the necessary evil of aerification. Aerification is essential to keeping turf in a good healthy

condition. In order to maintain healthy turf, you must have a deep healthy root system. A good root system demands oxygen. Roots get this oxygen from tiny pockets of air trapped between soil and sand particles. Over time, traffic from golfers, as well as maintenance equipment, compact the soil under the green surface, thus eliminating these are pockets that the roots depend on. Without oxygen the plant will eventually die. Aerification is the me-

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chanical process that creates air space in the soil which in turn promotes a better, deeper, root system. Aerification also aids in the removal of thatch from the soil profile which helps in the prevention of diseases and also allows water to move more freely through the soil profile. The bottom line is that aerification is a necessary practice that helps to grow better turf. Thank you for your patience and support during this process. — Curt Lampe, Golf Course Superintendent


Club Reports and Events 3EVEN3PRINGS 'ARDEN#LUB

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Our pretty models looked terrific at the annual Fashion Show, held February 12. Belks of Land O’ Lakes store showed off their line of clothing to 181 guests in attendance. Pat Miller, thanks go to you and your committee for a good show and a tasty and satisfying lunch.

Invitationals

“Mardi Grasâ€? was the theme of the 9-Hole Invitational, held on March 4. It was a cloudy, but nice morning. Everyone left happy after a delicious meal, and some were happier than others because they were winners of the 50-50 and the country store drawings. Lynn $PòFZ.BVSFFO5JDLMF  DIBJST  said there were 128 ladies in attendance. With a full field of 144 ladies, “March Madnessâ€? was the theme of the 18-hole invitational, chaired by Pat DeVeer, Carol Cameron, Linda Fisher BOE+FBO'JOOJHBO

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Seven Springs Ladies’ Golf Association Golf Championship game, played February 17 and 18 gave us a new champion – Pam Mundy. Congratulations, Pam. We had a wonderful cocktail celebration following our tournament to honor our winners. Thanks to Nancy O’Donnell and Ann Marie Stimson for organizing this event.

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“Golf in the Springtime� is the theme of the closing luncheon to be held on April 8, chaired by Donna Harris and Ann Marie Stimson. Once again, we will be honoring All Past Presidents of the SSLGA.

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So, this is a good place to say a hearty “thank you� to all the chairs and committees for all their hard work and excellent imaginations for all the events during the year.

Business

The slate of Officers for the 2014-15 year is: +BOFU-JU[FMo1SFTJEFOU Cleo Andolina – Vice President Marilyn Babineau – Secretary +BO1FUJUo5SFBTVSFS

Word Play

Rearranging the letters of “dormitory� becomes “dirty room;� “Astronomer� becomes “moon starer;� “snooze alarms� becomes “alas no more z’s.�

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Our numbers are growing. Yea! Since September 2013, we have added ten (not snowbirds) new members to the SSLGA, and nine who are snowbirds. So, keep up the good work in the recruiting, ladies. 1048 Even though at this writing my nose is still cold, everyone please have a good and safe summer. — Carole Turner

8FMDPNF4QSJOHw with lots of great activity! "QSJM  Doris Accatino is planning a wonderful Installation Luncheon to be held in the Palm Room at 11:00 a.m. "QSJM  Seven Springs Golf and Country Club Garden Tour. Plan to be delighted and inspired as you tour 12 beautiful gardens “behind the gates.â€? Cost is $12, touring from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Refreshments available and NVTJDCZ+PF,PCVTXJMMCF happening in “the park.â€? Contact Linda Schwan or Rosamond Anderson for tickets. Check the bulletin boards and posters throughout the community for more details. .BZ  Enjoy cooking and tasting at 10:00 a.m. with our very own Chef Brian for this last meeting of the season.

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lots of blooms. A trim also give the plants a more open habit, which helps them resist diseases such as black spot. r4UBSU0VU8JUI$PPM4FB TPO"OOVBMT – Annual flowers fall into two categories: varieties that like it warm and varieties that like it cool. Most cool-season annuals, such as pansies and violas, nemesia, diascia, calendula, poppy, snapdragon, and sweet alyssum, can take a little frost. Plant them in bed and borders or containers and gain a few early weeks of color. Most cool-season annual fade when summer heat arrives; replace them with heat- loving varieties, such as petunia, pentas, nasturtium, and lantana, for color all summer long.

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New members are always welcome! Membership is only $15 a year! Please feel free to DPOUBDUPVS1SFTJEFOU ,BUIMFFO Cooledge, 727-264-6145, for more information.

Suggestions for your Spring Garden: r1SVOF3PTFT – In most regions, you’ll want to prune roses just as or before new growth emerges from the canes. Cutting roses back encourages strong, healthy shoots that will produce

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If you have not visited the ladies’ locker room lately, please do so and see the new equipment – two bikes and one treadmill. We have added benches and sanitary wipes to improve the work-out experience. Much of the old equipment was removed as it was deemed unsafe. Now we will all be in better shape, right?




Club Reports and Events 3EVEN3PRINGS,ADIES'OLF!SSOCIATION Presents

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know how they are doing; and let’s thank the Pros for their work to set up enjoyable and challenging matches each week.

/FX&RVJQNFOU SSMGA pledged“up to�$2,600 to buy a new exercise bike for the men’s locker room. The bike is expected to be delivered in March.

.FNCFSTIJQ SSMGA is open to all golf NFNCFST PG 44($$  BOE XFMDPNFT QSJPS 44($$ HPMG members who are SSMGA 2. members to attend the monthly luncheon. Sign-up for the Friday matches and luncheon in the Pro Shop. 3. Good Bye We are sad to see Mark Boyko leave, but know he will do well in his new responsibilities with the Florida State Golf Association 4. (FSGA). Thanks for all you have done for our club over the past 10 years, we wish you all the best, Mark.

-VODIFPOT The last SSMGA luncheon is Friday, May 9, 2014 before we take our summer break. SSMGA will begin the monthly luncheons on September 19, 2014 and continuing on the 3rd Friday of each month. 1SP4IPQ The Pro Shop has been setting up the Friday matches for us. Please stop by and let them



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Social Activities and Events -EMBERS!CTIVITIES2EPORT "RVBDJTF

Boccie Ball

Aquacise Classes are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings - 9:30 a.m. Classes are great for the heart, lungs, arthritis and great friendships. We will have lunch together the last Wednesday of each month to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and friendships. The sign up sheet to attend lunch in the SDR will be in the Ladies’ Locker Room.

If you are interested in Boccie Ball, remember this: the games will continue as usual during April and May, but we will NOT meet during the months PG +VOF  +VMZ  "VHVTU BOE September. If you have any questions about this activity, call 375-0366 and either Lloyd PS+BDLJF4LBSFUXJMMBOTXFSBMM your questions.

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This activity has been a real “hit� with many of our members; however, it’s time to put away the peg boards for the summer. More information in our Fall 4QSJOHCPBSE +BDL 'JOOJHBO  who spends his summers “back

The Art Club ended its fantastic season with our Art Show in the Presidents’ Room. It was great! Watch for information about the Art Club in the OctoberDecember Springboard.

Cribbage

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We would be happy to have you join us for Bridge every Tuesday and Thursday at 1:15 p.m. in the Fairway Room. Please arrive by 1:00 p.m.

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We meet in the Library each Friday night at 7:00 p.m. Bring your own partner. Mary Elm is the leader of this activity. For more information call her at 375-9782.

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Pinochle’s fearless leaders, Gus Cobus (372-6945) and Sam Bishar (410-8309) will be back to conduct pinochle games each Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m.

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1BU(SJFCFMIBTB+B[[%BODJOH Class on Mondays at 2:30 p.m. in the Palm Room. This is a great and fun way to exercise. Come and join in the fun. If you have any questions, call Pat Griebel at 857-3293.

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Tap dancing meets each Monday in the Palm Room at 1:00 P.M. Pat Griebel, a former professional dancer, teaches the class. Beginners classes start at 3:30 P.M. Come join the fun.

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$ 95

Children 5 and Under - Complimentary 


Special Activities

June 10, June 17, July 7 and August 4, 2014 .POEBZUISPVHI'SJEBZrBNUPQN $IJMESFOUPZFBSTPMEr00 Per Child*

* Discount for additional siblings and/or multiple weeks




Lounge Events #OMEINANDSEEOUR'OLF6IEW,OUNGE .EW,OOKAND!CTIVITIES

"AR0OKER Join us in the Golfview Lounge !PRIL  May 21, 2014 June 18, 2014 3EATINGSATPM/.,9

Members Only Sign up in Club Office

"AR"INGO *OIN5S)N4HE 'OLFVIEW,OUNGE 3TARTING!TPM 7ITH&OOD PMTOPM This is only available for members. First Come, First Seated. 


1343545% 641045"(& 1"*% Permit No. 6394 Tampa, FL

Seven Springs GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB 3535 Trophy Blvd. New Port Richey, FL 34655 www.ssgcc.com

4FWFO4QSJOHT(PMGBOE$PVOUSZ$MVC *OD +BDL-JU[FMPresident +BDL(MFBTPOGeneral Manager/COO .BSL)BMVTLBPGA, Head Golf Pro 3JDIBSE,FòFSController $VSU-BNQFGolf Course Superintendent 8FOEJ.D"OOClubhouse Manager (BSZ'VMMBNClubhouse Maintenance #SJBO7SPNBOExecutive Chef $BSPM7FTQBEvent Coordinator

"OARDOF'OVERNORS

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1SFTJEFOUo+BDL-JU[FM Vice President – Ray Turner Extensions Secretary – Ray Turner Pro Shop ..........................................................................................................1 Treasurer – Hal Dorman $MVC0óDF%JOJOH3PPN ..........................................................................2 Special Events Office ...................................................................................3 'JOBODF#VEHFUo$MJò#PMTUFS Membership Information ..........................................................................4 Membership – Dennis Mull Accounting Office ........................................................................................5 Golf View Lounge .........................................................................................6 (SFFOT(SPVOETo+PF1VHMJB Building Maintenance ................................................................................7 Athletic – Ed Stibbe (FOFSBM.BOBHFSo+BDL(MFBTPO.......................................................239 )PVTF&OUFSUBJONFOUo+JN,PXBMTLJ $POUSPMMFS3JDIBSE,FòFS ....................................................................235 1MBOOJOH'BDJMJUJFTo.BSUZ)FMNT Head Golf Pro - Mark Haluska .............................................................229 Executive Chef - Brian Vroman ...........................................................224 (FOFSBM.BOBHFSo+BDL(MFBTPO Club Maintenance - Gary Fullam .......................................................222 Clubhouse Manager - Wendi McAnn ...............................................234

,OCATE YOUR MEMBERSHIP NUMBER AND RECEIVE A GIFT CERTIlCATETOBEUSEDTOWARD FOODANDBEVERAGEATTHE#LUB#ONTACTTHE#LUB /FlCEAT UPONLOCATINGYOURNUMBER 2EMEMBER NUMBERSINGOLFRESULTS SCORES PHONE NUMBERS ADDRESSESORPRICESDONTCOUNT

Event Coordinator - Carol Vespa ........................................................231 Snack Bar ....................................................................................................238

/THER0HONE.UMBERS Golf Course Maintenance and Superintendent ............... 376-0034 Little Road Guard Gate ............................................................. 376-0938

The Springboard April, May, June 2014  

Seven Springs Golf and Country Club "The Spingboard" Quarterly Newsletter.

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