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In this edition:
2013 SUMMER P RO G R A M S FOR JUNIORS
M OT H E R S D AY AT H A M M O C K B E A C H
D I S C O F EV E R AND CASINO NIGHT
An Oceanfront Escape
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hammock beach living
Dear Members, As we roll into a new month, we have more exciting news to share from the Salamander golf resort collection. We are thrilled to announce that Reunion, Hammock Beach’s sister resort, has been selected as the new home site of the North Florida PGA of America. North Florida PGA Executive Director and CEO, Rich Smith and World Golf Hall of Fame Member Annika Sorenstam, joined me this past Friday at Reunion to deliver this announcement. This selection further enforces Salamander’s commitment to grow the game of golf and respect the traditions of the game. It is the first time any of the PGA’s 41 sections has chosen a resort as its home base. We are creating a true hub for the game, in the center of the golf capital of the world – Florida. This month, I encourage you to get out and play, especially with the younger members of your family. They are the future of our game.
Please enjoy the rest of the May newsletter! Yours in hospitality,
SHEIL A C. JOHNSON
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Founder & CEO, Salamander Hotels & Resorts
Summer is Here… and Food & Beverage Service Beachside begins Friday, May 24, and will be available daily from 11am-4pm at the beach and the Lodge Pool (weather permitting). The Member 20% discount will apply to the menu below.
Lodge Pool and Beach Lunch Menu … (All Served With Chips. Add Fries for $4) Hammock Salad $9.50 Crisp Romaine Hearts, Blue Cheese, Tomato, Bacon, Creamy Ranch Dressing (Add Grilled Chicken $6 or Jumbo Marinated Shrimp $6) Big Dog $9 Quarter Pound All Beef Hotdog on a Pretzel Roll Hamburger or Cheeseburger $12 Half Pound Burger, Lettuce, Tomato & Onion Chicken Fingers Small $6.50, Large $9
Roast Beef Sandwich $10 Rare Roast Beef, Provolone Cheese, Lettuce and Tomato on Wheat Bread
Hammock Beach Margarita $12 Our Specialty made with Herradura Silver Tequila and Cointreau Premium Hammock Beach Margarita $14 Specialty made with Patron Silver and Cointreau Charleston Tea $10 Jeremiah Weed Iced Tea Vodka, Lemonade, Sierra Mist with a Raspberry Liqueur Floater Ultimate Rum Runner $12 A Unique Blend of Rums…Light, Dark and Coconut served with Banana Liqueur, Blackberry Brandy and Grenadine
Ice Cold Beer… Bud Light, Corona, Yeungling, Michelob Ultra, Miller Light, O’Doul’s, Corona Light, Heineken From $5.25
Wine… Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir $6
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Tropical Fruit Cup $6 Fresh Honeydew, Cantaloupe, Watermelon and Pineapple with Mango Mint Sauce
• 46% are Beach Club Members and 54% Golf members
I am happy to announce
• With regards to residency at HB – 36% are full time residents, 12% are residents 6-9 months, 52% are here fewer than 6 months per year
that our member survey has been completed with good participation at approximately 35% on the part of the membership. We are in the process of summarizing the data and will be distributing the results very shortly. In the meantime, I have summarized some of what I think are the more important results from the survey.
A few areas that rated very well were: • Coffee Bar, Sushi Bar, Atlantic Grille and Delfinos – both in service and quality • Value of the Member Prix Fixe menus • Golf Shop, Atlantic Grille, Fitness center and Membership staff service rated high • Accurate billing on club statements Some areas for improvement were: • Bunkers at the Ocean Course – which is being addressed this year and Greens at the Conservatory • Cleanliness in pool bathrooms and spa locker rooms • Overall club maintenance and cleanliness A raffle of prizes was conducted for those members who took the time to complete the survey. Congratulations to those of you who won. Debra Ignatuk Robert Skelton Don Weber
ADVISORY BOARD OF G O V E R N O R S U P D AT E
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BY BOB BUONAIUTO | PRESIDENT
Shannon Kolbe Steve Cohen
Andrea Covell James Kennard
In response to member feedback to freshen up the wine selection at the member functions, the Food and Beverage Committee put together a small group to do a blind wine tasting with Jeffrey Sacchet in an attempt to make some positive changes to the member wine offerings. We think we have made some good changes which will upgrade the selection of wines. Hess Select Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are being brought back to replace the Bonterra Chardonnay and Joel Gott Cabernet Sauvignon. We will be substituting the Shooting Star Merlot with Rodney Strong Merlot. Hopefully, this will meet with membersâ€™ satisfaction. All other wines will stay the same. These changes will come about at all Member Manager Receptions, Member Mixers and offered on the member prixe fixe menus in Delfinos and the Atlantic Grille, once the inventories of the existing wines have been depleted.
Progress continues on the Ocean Golf Course with the eradication of the mole cricket problem. With continued warm weather, we should begin to see significant improvement in the rough throughout the golf course and the course should round into shape just in time for the upcoming Club Championship scheduled for May 18-19. Once again, congratulations to those members who participated in the Menâ€™s Interclub golf competition against Plantation Bay Country Club, Grand Haven and Sugar Mill. For the second time in three years they were victorious and brought the trophy back to Hammock Beach. As always, if there are any questions or comments, please contact me at email@example.com or Marianne Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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CHIP AND RUN WITH A 3 WOOD BY BRAD HAUER, DIRECTOR OF GOLF
Todayâ€™s tip will help you with a tricky shot that happens all too often. Todayâ€™s tip takes us to the base of the green on 2nd hole at the Conservatory or the 15th hole on the Ocean Course. If your second shot comes up short, your ball will more than likely roll back down into this collection area. This shot is extremely difficult as you must get the ball up and over the false front of the green. Many times I see players trying to lob the ball up over the hill with a sandwedge, resulting in leaving the ball short. The secret to this shot is to play a low running shot, not a high lob shot. Choosing a 6 iron or putter are good choices, but next time try your 3 wood instead.
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Simply play the shot as you would a basic chip shot. In your setup, place the ball position in the back of your stance and let the face of the club stay square to the target. The swinging motion with your arms would be similar to a hybrid swing between a putting and chipping stroke; keeping your body very still with no weight shift, let your arms come back with a slight hinge in the wrists. Feel the clubhead stay low to the ground on the way back and on the way through to your finish. By using a 3 wood for this shot, you will let the mass of the clubhead do the work for you. You will be amazed at how much easier it is to run the ball up the hill. It is worth your time to take several minutes to practice this shot; it really only takes about 30 balls of practice before you start to get the feel for this shot.
HAMMOCK BEACH MEN WIN INTERCLUB THE 24-MEMBER HAMMOCK BEACH TEAM WON THE TRAVELLING TROPHY THIS YEAR WITH A TOTAL OF 68 POINTS
Team Captain Larry Thacker and Assistant Captain Paul Propis led the team to victory, playing against teams from Grand Haven, Sugar Mill and Plantation Bay. Congratulations Gentlemen!
CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP MEN’S I WOMEN’ I SENIOR MEN’S I SENIOR WOMEN’S I SUPER SENIORS
Saturday, May 18 8am - First Round Tee Times at the Ocean Course (Ladies) and Conservatory (Men)
Sunday, May 19 8am - Second Round Tee Times at the Ocean (Men) and Conservatory (Ladies) 5pm - Awards Reception Entry Fee: $45 per Member plus tax (plus cart fees for non-Cart Plan Members) includes prizes, beverage cart during play and Awards Reception Entry Form will be eblasted or picked up at the Membership Office. Please return completed Entry Form to Jason Farrell via fax at 386.447.4699 or email to email@example.com by Friday, May 11. Phone entries not accepted. Cancellations after May 13 will be charged full entry fee.
S TA G N I G H T
Wednesday, May 15 I 3 pm Shotgun I Conservatory This men’s only event will be a “Play with the Pro” in a 2 best ball of the four format. Prizes will be awarded to game winners and Closest to the Pin winners.
Includes golf, hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, soft drinks and prizes; prices plus service charge & tax. Call the Golf Shop at 386.246.6710 or 386.447.4611 by 12 p.m. on Monday, May 13 to register.
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After golf, enjoy beer, wine, hors d’oeuvres and optional card games in the Men’s Lounge. Sign up with a teammate or our staff can pair you with a partner.
$40 per Member $25 per Member with Cart Plan
Mother’s Day Brunch
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2013 ~ FROM 7AM TO 3PM
ALL DAY BREAKFAST ITEMS 7AM-3PM Seasonal Sliced Fresh Fruit and Berries | Assorted Breakfast Breads and Pastries Bagels, Biscuits and Fresh Baked Croissants
BELGIUM WAFFLES MADE TO ORDER Strawberries, Assorted Fruit and Berry Compotes, Warm Vermont Maple Syrup, Whipped Cream and Sweet Cream Butter
OMELETTES MADE TO ORDER Omelettes with Your Choice of: Ham, Shrimp, Bacon, Sausage, Peppers, Onions, Mushrooms, Tomatoes, Salsa and Two Cheeses Scrambled Eggs with Fresh Herbs and Five Cheeses | Apple Wood Smoked Bacon & Garlic-Thyme Sausage Links Ricotta Cheese Blintzes with Almond Cream and Mandarin Oranges | Creamy Black Pepper-Herb Grits
HOT & COLD DISPLAYS ~ FROM 7AM TO 11AM Yogurt and Oatmeal Bar with Fresh Berries, Dried Fruits, Granola and Accompaniments Fresh and Smoked Seafood Display to Include: Shrimp, Smoked Fish, and Cured Salmon with Lemon and Spicy Cocktail Sauce Carving of Clove and Orange Glazed Virginia Pit Ham Eggs Hammock Beach: Poached Eggs, Smoked Ham on Warm Biscuits with Garlic-Herb Hollandaise Herb-Parmesan and Caramelized Shallot Hash Browns
HOT & COLD DISPLAYS ~ FROM 11AM TO 3PM
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Baby Field Greens with Assorted Toppings to Include: Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes, Croutons, Chopped Eggs, Crumbled Bacon, Bleu Cheese, Asiago Cheese and Assorted Dressings Fresh and Smoked Seafood Display to Include: Shrimp, Smoked Fish, and Cured Salmon with Lemon and Spicy Cocktail Sauce Carved Garlic-Rosemary Crusted Leg of Lamb with Merlot Demi Glace and Mint Jelly Clove and Orange Glazed Virginia Pit Ham | Herb and Lemon Scented Rice Pilaf with Toasted Pecans Steamed Spring Vegetable Medley | Chef ’s Dessert Table
$20.95 ADULTS/$9.95 CHILDREN Member Discount Applies Price Includes Coffee and Soda; Tax and Service Charge Not Included ATLANTIC GRILLE 386 447 4610
D E L F I N O S MOTHER ’S DAY BRUNCH SUNDAY MAY 12, 2013 | 10AM ~2PM All Entrees Served with Fresh Fruit and Breakfast Breads
HEALTHY AND TASTY Brown Sugar Brulee of Grapefruit, Cinnamon Kissed Granola with Yogurt, Almonds, Berries and a Chocolate Croissant $13
DELFINOS STEAK–N-EGGS Toasted Sourdough Topped with Filet Mignon, Grilled Tomato, Gruyere Cheese, Fried Egg and Horseradish Demi-glace $18
BANANAS FOSTER FLAPJACKS Golden Buttermilk Pancakes Studded with Macadamia Nuts Topped with Bananas, Brown Sugar-Rum Sauce, Whipped Cream and Mandarin Oranges $15
Rock Shrimp, Asparagus, Wild Mushrooms and Asiago Cheese Folded with Three Farm Fresh Eggs $16
THE NEW YORKER Open Faced Toasted Bagel with Chive Cream Cheese, Tomato, Onion, Smoked Salmon, Sunny Side Egg and Hollandaise Sauce $16
For Reservations Call Lisa McMillin at 386 246 5650 or email Lmcmillin@hammockbeach.com Tax and Service Charge Not Included. Member Discount Applies.
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$4 each Truffle Scented Herb and Garlic Home Fries | Thick Cut Applewood Smoked Bacon Creamy Herb-Garlic Grits | Garlic Thyme Sausage Skillet Seared Black Forrest Ham with Orange Glaze
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH CRUISE ABOARD THE SUNDANCER YACHT
SUNDAY MAY 12, 2013 l 10am to 12pm l Boarding Begins at 9:45am
Live Entertainment Bottomless Bloody Marys, Mimosas and Soft Drinks Included $37.50 Membe rs/$47.50 Guests/$15 Children Other Alcoholic Beverages, Tax and Service Charge Not Included
BREAKFAST ITEMS Seasonal Sliced Fresh Fruit and Berries | Assorted Breakfast Breads and Pastries Bagels, Biscuits and Fresh Baked Croissants | Roasted Mushroom, Asparagus and Tomato Quiche Scrambled Eggs with Fresh Herbs and Five Cheeses | Apple-Wood Smoked Bacon Garlic-Thyme Sausage Links | Ricotta Cheese Blintzes with Almond Cream and Mandarin Oranges Herb-Parmesan and Caramelized Shallot Hash Browns
COLD DISPLAYS Baby Field Greens with Assorted Toppings to Include: Cucumbers, Cherry Tomatoes, Croutons, Chopped Eggs, Crumbled Bacon, Bleu Cheese, Asiago Cheese and Assorted Dressings Fresh and Smoked Seafood Display to Include: Shrimp, Smoked Fish, and Cured Salmon with Lemon and Spicy Cocktail Sauce
FROM THE CARVING BOARD Garlic-Rosemary Crusted Leg of Lamb with Merlot Demi Glace and Mint Jelly Clove and Orange Glazed Virginia Pit Ham
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HOT ACCOMPANIMENTS Herb and Lemon Scented Rice Pilaf with Toasted Pecan Steamed Spring Vegetable Medley
PASTRIES Chef ’s Dessert Table For Reservations please call Sundancer Reservations at (386) 246 5516 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE DATE
Team Hammock Beach Sports Day! S A T U R D A Y, J U N E 1 5 , 2 0 1 3
Meet at the Conservatory Pool Deck at 9am 9am-Noon: Sporting Events Noon-1:30pm: Lunch in the Conservatory Dining Room This year we will again select some of our past games that have been the favorites! Sports Day will be an exciting day that will bring out your competitive spirits the entire time! Everyone will be talking about this fun event! Teams will be drawn the week of June 10. Registering to participate and playing on a team automatically admits you and your spouse to the Awards Dinner, featuring live entertainment and delicious food at 6pm in the Conservatory Dining Room on Saturday, June 15 after Sports Day, at no charge. Team Hammock Beach Sports day t-shirts will be available for pick up in the Membership Office the week of June 10 and at the Conservatory on June 15. beach livin g | 11
This event is complimentary. RSVP by June 10 to the Membership Office at 888.252.6294 or email@example.com
TO HIT BETTER VOLLEYS, REMEMBER TO LEAD WITH THE BOTTOM EDGE OF THE RACQUET B Y H A R R Y G I L B E R T, DIRECTOR OF TENNIS
Many players tend to volley with their forehand or backhand groundstroke grip which keeps the racquet face too closed.
The closed racquet face will send volleys down rather than out into the court, either causing balls into the net or too short in your opponentâ€™s court. In the first photo, I have my forehand grip and you can see the racquet face is closed. In the second, I have switched to a more continental grip (by moving my index knuckle a quarter turn to the top of the handle) and now I am leading with the bottom edge. This will send the ball deeper in the court and result in a better volley. This grip change might feel as though you are not as stable at first, so get some practice in on leading with the bottom edge.
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Ladies Tennis Play Day Over 30 members and guests participated in a Ladies Play Day in conjunction with a HEAD Demo Day on Saturday, March23rd at The Tennis Center. The participants demoed the new HEAD racquets, participated in a Round Robin, followed by a courtside luncheon including a raffle for prizes.
A MEMBER EVENT
TENNIS DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP F R I D A Y- S U N D A Y, M A Y 1 0 - 1 2
Men’s, Women’s, & Mixed, Club Doubles Championships TWO DIVISIONS FOR EACH CATEGORY: 3.0 AND BELOW OR 3.5 AND ABOVE. SCHEDULE: ONE MATCH A DAY (PER DIVISION).
Sign up by calling the Tennis Center at 386.597.5020 or email Harry HGilbert@hammockbeach.com or Gene Paul GPLascano@hammockbeach.com by Monday, May 6
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National Physical Fitness and Sports Month by Thor Holm, Director o f S p a , R e c re a t i o n & F i t n e s s
Hammock Beach Resort is teaming up with the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition in honor of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. During the month of May, we challenge you to include a minimum of 30 minutes of physical activity every day. Did you know that regular physical activity increases your chances of living a longer, healthier life? It also reduces your risk for high blood pressure, heart disease and some types of cancer. Yet in Florida we ranked 34th in the nation for physical activity and Flagler County Ranked 23rd out of 67 counties. Flagler county ranked very high relative to access to recreational activities three times better than the national average. The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans recommend that people: • Aim for 2 ½ hours of moderate aerobic activity each week. Moderate Activity includes things like fast walking, dancing, swimming and raking leaves. • Do muscle strengthening activities-like lifting weights and using exercise bands- at least two times per week. No matter what shape you are in, together we can rise to the beach livin g | 14
challenge to get more active during the month of May.
P l e a s e J o i n U s Saturday, May 11, 2013 I Ocean Bal lroom 7 : 3 0 p m - 8 p m : C o c k t a i l s (Full Bar with Member Preferred Pricing) 8pm-10pm: Entertainment Blast back to the fun days of the disco era with this high-energy show! Sing and dance
along to the favorite hits like Boogie Fever, Staying Alive, YMCA, I Will Survive and many more. Be captivated by the thrilling cirque elements like the Spinning Cube. Disco like you’ve never Disco-ed before! Members - Complimentary. Extended Family & Guests of Members based on availability - $15+tax RSVP by May 6 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 888.252.6294 Cancellations must be made prior to 5pm on May 6 to avoid a $10pp “No Show” charge.
K I D S C R E W M E M O R I A L W E E K E N D SPECIAL EVENTS
M O V I E O N T H E L A W N 8:30pm | Saturday, May 25 | Grand Event Lawn Come enjoy a great night on the Lawn beside a fire watching a good movie, Showing “Cars 2” (2011) rated G Star race car Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky as Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.
S H E L LY ’ S S U P E R S I L LY W A T E R S P O T 11am-3pm | Sunday, May 26 | Champion’s Event Lawn Join the kids crew staff – jumping in the bounce house, playing water tag, or sliding down the dolphin slide. Water Tag and Water slide $10 per participant Admission for members is complimentary.
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Bounce House only $5 per participant Wristband for both $12 per participant
Junior Golf Clinics June 10 - August 16
Objective: To offer a quality 3 hour golf camp to juniors ages 8–15 years. Clinics would encompass teaching all phases of the golf game to a beginner to intermediate junior player. Teaching skills in full swing (Drivers and irons), putting, chipping, sand shots and certain course strategies and having loads of fun. Program includes: • 3 instructional hours by our Golf professional staff every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9am-Noon • Unlimited golf ball usage • Daily contests • Clubs provided if necessary
$35 Junior Member; $45 Junior Guest 20% off for additional children in same family Register at The Ocean Course Golf Shop 386.447.4611 or email email@example.com A minimum of 4 Juniors required per Clinic.
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2013 Summer Programs for Juniors
Junior Tennis Clinics June 13 – August 8
Objective: Focus on the fundamentals of tennis for juniors ages 8-15 years. Juniors will be taught basic tennis skills, live ball drills, match play, competitive games and tennis etiquette. Program includes: • 3 instructional hours by a USPTA professional every Thursday, from 9am-Noon • Ball machine usage • Two 2-hour tennis court time for the student and one parent, additional parent or siblings at a nominal charge • Daily contests • Racquet provided if necessary $35 Junior Member; $45 Junior Guest 20% off for additional children in same family egister at the Tennis Shop 386.597.5020 R or email firstname.lastname@example.org A minimum of 4 Juniors required per Clinic.
Stand Up Paddleboard Clinics June 11 – August 6
Objective: An enjoyable activity on the intracoastal at Yacht Harbor Village for ages 8-17 years. Junior must be a good swimmer and water shoes or an older pair of sneakers must be worn. Remember to apply sunscreen and sunglasses with a holder is suggested. Program includes: • 2 instructional hours every Tuesday, from 10am–Noon • Round trip transportation provided at the Bell stand in the Lobby of the main Resort – departs 9:45am and returns 12:15pm $45 Junior Member; $55 Junior Guest Contact Shelly at The Surf Station at 904.471.9463 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Hammock Beach Resort. A minimum of 3 Juniors required per Clinic.
Junior Surf Camp June 15 – August 10
Objective: Fun, lighthearted and exhilarating instruction for ages 8-14 years. Junior must be a good swimmer. Program includes: • 2 instructional hours with staff from The Surf Station every Saturday, from 10am–Noon • Surfboard usage • Wax $40 Junior Member; $50 Junior Guest
Golf Director of Golf – Brad Hauer Brad is a PGA member and has over 25 years of experience in teaching and coaching the game of golf. Brad has learned from some of the best instructors in the country which helped him become one of the top instructors in the area. Brad has appeared on the Golf Channel numerous times. In addition, Brad is an accomplished player as he was the North Florida PGA Player of the Year in 2004 and has played in 4 PGA Tour events. 1 Hour Lesson: $100 Member; $125 Guest ½ Hour Lesson: $50 Member; $70 Guest Member Lesson Series – 5 lessons for the price of 4
Assistant Golf Professionals 1 Hour Lesson: $85 Member; $100 Guest ½ Hour Lesson: $42.50 Member; $60 Guest
Tennis Director of Tennis, Harry Gilbert Harry has over 25 years experience in the tennis industry and was named one of “America’s Top Teachers” by Tennis Magazine. Harry serves on the USPTA National Board of Directors and on the National Advisory Staffs for Reebok and Head/Penn. 1 Hour Lesson: $80 Member; $90 Guest ½ Hour Lesson: $45 Member; $50 Guest Member Lesson Series – 5 hours at $75 per hour
Head Tennis Professional, Gene Paul Lascano: Gene Paul is a USPTA and PTR certified professional. He has 10 years teaching experience at clubs and resorts in New York and Florida. 1 Hour Lesson: $70 Member; $80 Guest ½ Hour Lesson: $40 Member; $45 Guest Member Lesson Series – 5 hours at $65 per hour
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Contact Shelly at The Surf Station at 904.471.9463 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Hammock Beach Resort. A minimum of 4 Juniors required per Camp; if minimum participation is not achieved, private lessons are available for an additional fee.
Private Adult Lessons
CASINO NIGHT Sunday, May 26 I Ocean Ballroom 6-7:30pm Heavy hors d’oeuvres & cocktails 7:30-10pm Gaming
Blackjack Craps Roulette Caribbean Stud Poker Let it Ride Poker
Complimentary chips will be issued to each person for gaming. Chips will be entered in a raffle to win prizes – the more chips you have the more chances you have to win! $25 per Member I $35 per Guest (plus tax & service charge)
Butler Passed Hors D’ Oeuvres Camembert and Berries on Wheat Crisps Tuna Tartare on Rice Cakes Blackened Beef Tenderloin and Three Pepper Salsa Wild Mushroom Tart with Boursin Cheese Almond and Brie with Raspberries En Croute
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Shrimp Empanadas with Avocado Salsa
Reception Displays Cheese Arrangement Chef’s Selection of Domestic and Imported Cheeses Gourmet Crackers and Sliced French Bread Seasonal Fresh Fruit Sliced Fresh Picked Fruits and Berries, Honey-Yogurt Dip Caesar Salad Station Romaine, Garlic Croutons and Creamy Dressing BBQ Pull Pork Sliders Cole Slaw Chili con Carne Cheddar Cheese, Sour Cream, Oyster Crackers and Jalapenos Spinach, Artichoke and Roasted Pepper Dip Pita Triangles Chef’s Selection of Miniature Desserts
Space is limited. RSVP to 888.252.6294 or email@example.com by May 23 Cancellations must be received by 5pm on May 23 to avoid full charge.
A Member Event at Hammock Beach
7 T H A N N U A L L A D I E S H E A LT H & B E A U T Y R E T R E AT F r i d a y - S a t u r d a y, A u g u s t 1 6 - 1 7 , 2 0 1 3 @ t h e C l u b a t H a m m o c k B e a c h
RSVP to the Hammock Beach Membership Office at 888.252.6294 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug 5. Cancellations not accepted after 5pm on Aug 5.
Presenters this year:
Think we Know How we Think? Think Again!
C.W. Randolph, Jr., MD and Genie James will discuss the symptoms of hormone imbalance - commonly recognized hot flashes, night sweats, abdominal weight gain, headaches, migraines, fatigue, sleep disturbances/insomnia, mood swings, depression, worsened PMS, low libido, fatigue and mind fog. Learn about bio-identical hormone replacement as a preferred option for reestablishing the body’s optimal hormonal equilibrium.
What are the unknown forces that shape how we think?Join Jan Cullinane in this “edutaining” discussion about why our thinking is often “predictably irrational.” We’ll explore the cutting edge area of behavioral economics, discover the secrets of our decision-making, and learn how we can apply them to our everyday lives.
From Hormone Hell to Hormone Well
Athletology: Tools for Becoming Emotionally Fit Leigh Weinraub, M.A.–Jack Dempsey said, “A champion is someone who gets up when he can’t.” You have one body, one mind, and one precious chance at life. In order to be your best, you must look out for number 1 and become emotionally FIT! Leave this lecture with fitness, of the emotional kind.
Enjoy a Cooking Demonstration of a Healthy Lunch by Chef Jason!
Shopping and Make-Up Spectacular with Tea Service! Complimentary mini make-overs and an opportunity to check out new beauty products and fun, fashionable jewelry! Please bring cash, checks or credit card to purchase items – Purchases may not be charged to your member account.
Three Course Dinner and Entertainment by the Tangee Renee Band. Sunday August 18, enjoy a round of golf or spa services at the special Member spa menu prices and enjoy discounts up to 50%. Please call the Membership office to schedule golf and spa times.
One Club Accommodation Rates per night: Lodge-Ocean View $152 ($185.17 inclusive) One Bedroom $176 ($214.41) Two Bedroom Villa $216 ($263.13) Three Bedroom Suite $312 ($380.08) Please call the Central Reservations Office at 877.825.4098 and reference the “One Club rate” to book your accommodation.
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$100 per Member; $130 per Conservatory Member, Guest or Extended Family Member (+ service charge & tax). Price includes: Welcome Dinner on the Sundancer with open bar, One Continental Breakfast, One Luncheon, Special Tea service, Dinner with wine and Entertainment and Participation in all Presentations
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M AY B I RT H D AY S Dolores Vitrano 5/1 Richard Schueller 5/1 Gail Kerr 5/1 Jeanne Nix 5/1 Kim Juvinall-Ratner 5/1 Ulrich Greuter 5/1 Mark Silver 5/1 Jere Edelstein 5/2 Julie Fechner 5/2 Vicky Salvano 5/2 Rade Vukmir 5/2 Samuel Starcevich 5/2 Leslie Barker 5/2 Jonathan Lizotte 5/2 Jay Mealey 5/2 Dyann Williamson 5/3 Charles Lanktree 5/3 Evelyn Troya 5/3 Debra Marchigiano 5/3 Cindy Hate’ 5/3 Larry Albert 5/4 Robert Wachholder 5/4 Barbara Fernandez 5/4 Jana McQueen 5/4 Andrea Guerriero 5/4 Louise Rowe 5/5 Mike Kansler 5/5 Geetha Dabir 5/5 Dena Christine 5/5 William Doyle 5/5 Jim Tracy 5/6 Leonard Feigenbaum 5/7 Ashby Richards 5/7 James Ulsamer 5/7 Bill Rogers 5/7 Cathi Hewson 5/7 Bruce Caulk 5/7 Ron Foster 5/7 Valerie Keith 5/8 Nancy Plum 5/8 Candy Barton 5/8
Robert Sticca 5/8 Joseph McFadden 5/8 Jeanns Hite 5/8 John Bladel 5/9 Kelli Lentine 5/9 Grietje DeJonge 5/10 Linda Beadel 5/10 Valerie Hosea 5/10 Ingrid Feddersen 5/11 Craig Meisner 5/11 Greg Deavens 5/11 Terri O’Bryan 5/11 Denise Rogers 5/11 Michael McDonald 5/12 Patricia Stuart 5/12 Dan Munro 5/12 David Ottati 5/12 Becky Johnson 5/13 Barbara Adolfie 5/13 Gene Anderegg 5/13 Peter Gordon 5/13 Francis Vizza 5/13 Jennifer Stine Smith 5/13 Margherite McDermott 5/14 Susie Quick 5/14 Peter Palazzotto 5/14 Bradley Johnson 5/14 Liz Schuetz 5/14 Rana G. Sass 5/14 Jo Jo Herlitz 5/14 Susanne Adams 5/14 Debbie Rogers 5/15 Ed Smith 5/15 Robyn Locker 5/15 Curtis Fowler 5/16 James P. Goulet 5/16 Steven Johnson 5/16 Michelle Pollack 5/16 Carolyn Killen 5/16 Robert Pearson 5/17
Donna Baker 5/17 Claire Whittier 5/17 Debbie Adams 5/17 Lorraine O’Donnell 5/17 Caroline Volk 5/17 Sandra Bailey 5/17 Cindy Laughrea 5/17 Dawn Allen 5/17 Laurie Doyle 5/17 James Richardson 5/18 Robert VanNostrand 5/18 Dave Hosea 5/18 Joseph Hoenigmann 5/18 Rosemarie Tschannen 5/18 Valeria Gordan 5/18 Joe Martin 5/19 Baskaran Joshua 5/19 Dwight Robertson 5/19 Cecelia Handza 5/19 Carolyn Barrett 5/19 Toni Ann Piscitelli 5/19 Lance Barton 5/19 Peter Acs 5/19 Joy Williams 5/20 Diane Bogart 5/20 Charles MacDonald 5/20 Cheryl Lyons 5/20 Elizabeth Giles 5/20 Lisa Schatz 5/20 Betty Scheid 5/21 Michael Marder 5/21 Donna DeMeglio 5/21 Horst Ferrero 5/21 Ed Christopher 5/22 Steven Daniel 5/22 Carole Schryber 5/22 Donna Otto 5/22 Glenn Shapiro 5/22 Laurie Wattret 5/22 Lori Zbikowski 5/23 Bradford Crandell 5/23
Maria Ayala 5/23 Laura O’Neill 5/23 Benita Sirkin 5/24 Karen Kopec 5/24 Marianne Johnson-Rank 5/24 Craig Lampani 5/24 Stewart Lander 5/24 John Mitchell 5/24 Lori Beim 5/24 Robert Gazzoli 5/24 David McMaster 5/25 Nancy Martorana George 5/25 Gail Tricarico 5/25 Sally Reichert 5/26 Lynda Diggens 5/26 Jennifer Gordon 5/26 Kenneth R Starling 5/27 Jay Mills 5/27 Rick Pinson 5/27 Beth Ann Greenwood 5/27 Patricia McGivney 5/27 John Adams 5/27 Kathryn Sutton 5/27 Laurie Zink 5/27 Bonnie Dossey 5/28 Kevin Reilly 5/28 Carl Mosack 5/29 Alka Rishi 5/29 Jack Leya 5/29 Frank Conti 5/29 Jennifer Shapiro 5/29 Anthony Aulisio 5/29 Carolyn Smith 5/30 Ann Brussard 5/30 Jerry McCoy 5/30 Michael O’Donnell 5/30 Wendy Olin 5/30 Debbie Martin 5/30 Graham Allyn 5/31 Kathryn Stieneker 5/31
GENERAL MANAGER Carlton Grant 386.246.5511 email@example.com ATLANTIC GRILLE 386.447.4610 BREEZES BOUTIQUE 386.246.5514 CATERING & CONFERENCE SERVICES Matt Stockman 386.246-5527 firstname.lastname@example.org CONCIERGE DESK 386.246.5555 DELFINOS 386.246.5650 FITNESS CENTER Jamie Milanick 386.246.5589 email@example.com FOOD & BEVERAGE Jeffery Sacchet 386.246.5522 firstname.lastname@example.org GOLF Brad Hauer 386.246.5435 email@example.com THE CONSERVATORY 386.246.6710
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Member Concierge 888.252.6294 firstname.lastname@example.org MEMBER & GUEST SERVICES BELL, VALET & TRANSPORTATION Bell Stand 386.246.5590 MEMBER Club STATEMENTS Nancy Sacchet 386.246.5497 MembershipAccounting@hammockbeach.com POOLS & RECREATION Thor Holm 386.246.5233 email@example.com PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Nancy Burnett 386.246.5564 firstname.lastname@example.org Ganene Barnard 386.246.5526 email@example.com Eileen Vinnicombe 386.246.5567 firstname.lastname@example.org RENTAL ACTIVITY STATEMENTS Linda Schaefer 386.246.5548 email@example.com ROOM RESERVATIONS 877.825.4098
SECURITY HOMEOWNERS ASSOC. MANAGEMENT Security Office 386.246.5550 Fred Annon 386.446.6333 Chet Pilsbury 386.597.2840 ext.231 THE SPA Jamie Knight 386.246.5580 HOUSEKEEPING 386.246.5570 firstname.lastname@example.org KIDS CREWSM Catrina Vargas 386.246.5661 email@example.com MEMBERSHIP 888.252.6294 Marianne Murphy 386.246.5532 firstname.lastname@example.org Marie McManus 386.246.5533 email@example.com
Marianne Heinz 386.246.5491 firstname.lastname@example.org
TENNIS & COURT TIMES Harry Gilbert 386.597.5020 email@example.com YACHT HARBOR VILLAGESM / MARINA Neil Kaczmarek 386.597.5031 firstname.lastname@example.org YH ENTRANCE 386.597.5045 MAIN Club ENTRANCE 386.246.5559
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Erin Cannon 386.246.5437 email@example.com
SUNDANCER Reservations 877.446.6465
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1 Member Menu Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm
2 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Tennis Guest Day
3 Member Menu Loggerheads- DJ Steve, 9pm-12am Tennis Round Robin 3:30-5:30 Tennis Mixer 6-8:30pm
4 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads- ‘The Mix’ 9pm-12am
5 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise
6 Member Menu
7 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm
8 Member Menu Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm Tennis “Stroke of the Month” 10am Golf Guest Day Ocean Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Member Manager 5:30pm
9 Member Menu
10 Member Menu Loggerheads-Swanky Mo’s Lite, 9pm-12am Tennis Doubles Championships
11 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads- Guitar Redd & the Reddhots, 9pm-12am Tennis Doubles Championships Disco Fever dance 6pm
12 Member Menu Mother’s Day Brunch (Special Menu) & Dinner Cruise Tennis Doubles Championships
13 Member Menu
14 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef 6:15pm
15 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm Stag Night Cons
16 Member Menu
17 Member Menu Loggerheads – DJ Phil, 9pm-12am
18 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads–Mad Hatters Band, 9pm-12am Club Championship
19 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise Club Championship
20 Member Menu
21 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Ladies Interclub
22 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm
23 Member Menu
24 Member Menu Loggerheads-Cloud 9 Band, 9pm-12am
25 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads DJ Manchild, 9pm-12am Member Mixer YH Lobby, 6-8pm
26 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise Golf Guest Day Cons Casino Night 6pm
27 Member Menu
28 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef 6:15pm
29 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm
30 Member Menu
31 Member Menu Loggerheads-Jimmi Graves Duo, 9pm-12am Boxwood Wine Dinner 6pm
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S AT U R D AY 1 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads- ‘The Super Natural Band, 9pm-12pm
june 2013 2 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise
3 Member Menu
4 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm
5 Member Menu Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm Tennis “Stroke of the Month” 10am Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Member Manager 5:30pm
6 Member Menu Tennis Guest Day
7 Member Menu Loggerheads- ‘Cloud 9’, 9pm-12pm
8 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads- ‘DJ Nite’, 9pm-12pm
9 Member Menu Brunch &Dinner Cruise Couples Golf- Ocean
10 Member Menu
11 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin-10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef 6:15pm
12 Member Menu Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm Golf Guest Day Ocean Ladies Play w/the Golf Pro Ocean
13 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm
14 Member Menu Loggerheads–‘The Tangee Rene Duo’, 9pm-12pm
15 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads – “The Break Evn Band’, 9pm-12pm Team HB Sports Day 10am-2pm- Cons
16 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise
17 Member Menu
18 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm
19 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm
20 Member Menu
21 Member Menu Loggerheads- DJ Nite’, 9pm-12pm
22 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads – ‘The Madhatters Band’, 9pm-12pm Member Mixer 6-8pm- Cons
23 Member Menu Brunch & Dinner Cruise Golf Guest Day Ocean
24 Member Menu
25 Member Menu Ladies Tennis Round Robin 10am Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef 6:15pm
26 Member Menu Cocktail Cruise 6-8pm Men’s Tennis Round Robin 3:30pm Stag Night Golf Ocean
27 Member Menu
28 Member Menu Loggerheads- DJ Nite’, 9pm-12pm
29 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Menu Loggerheads – ‘Larry Dean’s Oldies Jukebox Band’, 9pm-12pm
T H E C O N S E R VAT O R Y Pro Shop: 8am-6pm Beverage Carts: 9am-3:30pm Conservatory Café: 8am-3:30pm Fitness Room: 8am-5pm | Pool: 8am-6pm
THE OCEAN COURSE (hours of operations subject to change) Pro Shop: Daily 7am-6pm Beverage Carts: Daily: 8:30am-3:30pm Hammock House: Daily: 8am-3:30pm
H O U R S O F O P E R AT I O N AT L A N T I C G R I L L E Breakfast: 7-11am | Lunch: 11am-3pm Dinner: 5:30-10pm | Bar: 11am-10pm
DELFINOS Seasonal Hours Subject to change
BREEZES BOUTIQUE Daily: 8am-6pm Closes 5pm on Sundays
FITNESS CENTER Daily: 6am-9pm
ROOM SERVICE Breakfast: 7-11am Daily Dining: 11am-10pm
INDOOR POOL Daily: 6am-11pm
T H E S PA Daily: 9am-7pm
LOGGERHEADS Evenings Only Live Entertainment
SUSHI BAR Seasonal Hours No Take-out Available Subject to change
CIGAR BAR Seasonal Hours Subject to change COFFEE BAR Daily: 6:30am-12:30pm Self Service after 12:30pm LOBBY BAR Fri-Sat: 5pm-9pm CONCIERGE DESK Open 24 hours per day
MEMBERSHIP OFFICE Mon.-Sat.: 9am-5pm OCEAN BAR & CAFÉ Daily: 11am-6pm Grill Menu from 11am Weather permitting
PUTTING GREEN Daily: 10am-6pm
TENNIS CENTER Courts 8am-9pm daily TENNIS PRO SHOP Mon-Fri : 9am-5pm Sat-Sun: 9am-2pm
P O O L PAV I L I O N Daily: 8am-Dusk
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