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Join us poolside every Tuesday night in June for live acoustical performances by some of Austin’s best country musicians!

Father’s Day is June 17th! More details on page 7

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From the Manager …

Membership News …

Justin Jafarian, General Manager

Marcia Rindfleisch, Membership and Member Relations

This year has provided us with some of the best weather in quite some time, and as I write this we have yet to see a day over 100 degrees. Timely showers have given us just the right amount of rainfall, and golf course conditions are flourishing. As the weather heats up and we edge closer to the inevitable “dog days” of summer, activities around the Club and opportunities for the entire family to enjoy the facilities are plentiful. Our new “Tunes ‘n June” concert series starts on June 5th and continues every Tuesday evening in June. This live music event is free for Onion Creek Members, and a great opportunity to hear some very accomplished musicians in the type of intimate setting that you can only find in Austin. Whether listening to the sounds of Kyle Park, playing a round of golf with Dad on Father’s Day, or enjoying a “Dive-in” Movie at the pool, be sure to take advantage of everything your Club has to offer during these summer months.

Catering Corner…

Linda Pena, Director of Catering & Special Events

I am pleased to welcome our new Director of Tennis, Jennifer Gray, to Onion Creek Club. Jenny returns to the area after serving as the Director of Tennis at The Club at Cimarron in Mission, TX for the last three years. Jenny is an active member of the USPTA and USPTA Texas for over ten years, and was recently honored with the 2011 USPTA Texas Pro of the Year Award. Please join me in offering Jenny a big Onion Creek welcome.

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Don’t forget to follow Onion Creek Club on Facebook for more updates and information about activities around the Club. See you at the Club!

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Golf Course Maintenance

Golf Shop News

John Ferguson, PGA Head Golf Professional

Michael Moore, Golf Course Superintendent

I hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful spring weather we had over the last couple months and have geared up for the long dog days of summer. This year started out pretty well with a mild winter, but got a little rough in the spring time with a tough transition on about 6 to 7 greens throughout the course. These greens typically have a tougher transition each year due to the size of the green, the location of the greens near trees, as well as poor drainage. With the milder winter and spring however, we were able to get these greens back a little faster than in years past. These troubled greens have shown small signs of improvement each year; however we have not totally eliminated our annual problems. You can be assured that we are trying to learn from years past, and taking new and different approaches to alleviate these problems in the future. For example, on #1 Original green we changed up several of things this spring to hopefully make our transition next spring seem more seamless. We reshaped the back half of that green to increase its size, along with lowering the collar on the back of the green to create a place for the water to surface drain off of this green. Along with changing some of the grades and sizes around the green; we put a different type of grass on the back half of that green that performs better in the shade. This will be a test plot for the next couple of years to see how these newer grasses will perform on our course. We are very optimistic that this will alleviate many of the annual problems that we are having on this green. Each year moving forward, we will be doing this to all of these problem greens to hopefully keep these annual transition problems to a minimal. As always, we appreciate your patience as we make these improvements to the golf course, and look forward to a great summer of golf!

2012 Men's Member-Guest Tournament September 19th-22nd Gentlemen, Mark Your Calendars! Don't miss this great opportunity to show off your Legendary Club! Early Bird Special $550/team if you register before the end of July!!! $600/team after that More information in the Pro Shop!

Upcoming June / July / August Golf Events

July US Kids State Finals* Firecracker Open TAMAAC 80 players* MGA Legends STPGA Junior Tour* Couples Shamble TAAHP 80 players* Texas Public Power Assoc.* Aerify Greens - Medium

June Couples Invitational STPGA Junior/Adult 64 players STPGA Junior 75 players Club Championship Aerify Greens - Severe Texas Police Games 120 players* Texas Police Games 120 players* Austin Golf Association 40 players* Dave Baxter 80 players* Bill Bass - Reschedule

June 1-3 June 4 and 25 June 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10 June 10 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12 June 18 June 21 June 23 June 24 June 29 June 30

July 1,2 July 4 July 13 July 14 July 16 July 22 July 25 July 30 July 30, 31

August MGA Williard Connolly Optimist Club 100 players* Knights of Columbus 72 players* Goker 36 players US Kids*

August 4,5 August 4 August 12 August 18 August 19 *Denotes outside event

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OCCLA President Letter

OCCLA News

I never imagined I would be writing this letter so soon, when we were installed as the OCCLA Officers in May 2011. But despite all of the unexpected events of the past year, due to the fantastic planning of our dear Diana Barnard and the OCCLA board members she assembled, we have had a very successful year. It has been a very unique year requiring much flexibility. Thanks to each and every one of our members who stepped in to help as needed. Without everyone’s help and generosity this would not have been possible.

Board Meeting

Jill Brown

Nora Nielsen

9:30 am ~ LLR June 6 July 3 August 1 -

Ladies Bunko 6:45 pm – 19th Hole June 13 July 11 August 8 Bring 10 one dollar bills.

We raised over $4800 at the Artisans Showcase, and $2792 for scholarships at a Silent Auction with items generously donated by OCCLA members. An additional $950 was added to the Scholarship Fund via memorials and individual donations.

Evening Book Club

In the name of OCCLA, we were able to make a total of $7600 in charitable donations to such worthy causes as the Bastrop Relief Fund, SafePlace, Breast Cancer Resource Center, and the American Legion. We were able to return over $3700 to our members in such items as programs, birthday lunches, and door prizes. We’ve awarded $3250 in scholarships to 3 very deserving Onion Creek Club employees.

7:30 pm - 19th Hole June 27 - Lady of the Rivers by Philippa Gregory July 27 - The Paris Wife by Paula McClain August 29 - In the Time of the Butterflies by Julia Alvarez

OCCLA News

And, along the way we were able to have a lot of fun. We went on a bus trip to Retama, enjoyed a wonderful production of Oklahoma at Texas State University, decorated and undecorated the club for the holidays, hosted a Christmas Dance for more than 150 people, and co‐sponsored the New Year’s Eve party attended by 135 people.

OCCLA has received confirmation from Sgt. R. Spiller that our packages have arrived in Afghanistan and were much appreciated. Thank you for all your support for our Save Our Soldier program.

I don’t believe I have ever been involved with a more caring group of women. Thank you for allowing me to fulfill Diana’s Presidential term. Now it’s time for our new OCCLA officers lead by President Cindy Keister to make their mark. Best wishes to each of them. I look forward to another amazing year. Blessings, Jill Brown

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Green Committee

Environmental Stewardship

Bob Baeumel

Pete League

As of this writing, the course is really shaping up for some great summer play. There are still a few greens that are struggling with the transition even with the extra venting and sanding, e.g. Michael has already resodded some areas around number one Original while he reworks the back sand trap. Numbers 3, and 4 have a few bad spots as does 10 and 18. But by the end of May, these should be grown in as well. For those of us that have been here a while, this year has been a difficult one, primarily due to the drought last year and the fairly dry winter and spring we have had. Now that we are seeing 80 and 90 degree temperature, the Bermuda will take off.

BAT BOXES. The bat nesting box sponsored by Mike Northcutt has been put in place between the two ponds on #8 North Course. A second box, sponsored by Don Milberger, is located about fifty yards beyond the green on #12 North Course. Look for it on your right as you walk or ride to the 13th tee.

The tree project is on schedule, though the tree types had to be adjusted due to the limited availability of certain species at the nursery. The crepe myrtle move to the area between number one tee and the practice green should be completed by the end of May. As you have noticed, the tunneling project has been completed and renovation of the area will begin in the next couple months.

NATURAL AREAS. During the past several weeks, Superintendent Michael Moore cut the grasses in the 22 acres of the natural areas we set aside as part of the Audubon International Certification project. Because of the recent severe drought conditions, these areas became a big weed patch. Michael’s crew has applied a herbicide that is completely safe to the animals and insects (when applied at the labeled rates, which it has been). Our goal is for these areas to look well-manicured with minimal maintenance (no mowing, watering, fertilizing and applying chemicals).

We purchased these bat boxes, which are of a new cylindrical design, from Bat Conservation and Management, Inc., www.batmanagement.com. Anyone may sponsor a bat box. Contact me if you have questions. The total cost is about $225.

Regarding the winner of my question on which green is the smallest - the answer is number 10 North with a green size of 3021 square feet. The winner of a sleeve ot Titleist ProV1's Peter Villesi. Question for this quarter - Which green is the largest - include an estimate as to its size in square feet, in case of any ties.

We had been using the expression Environmentally Sensitive Area. That was incorrect since that is an identifier assigned by a governmental agency in specific protected land cases. Henceforth, the areas at Onion Creek Club marked with grey stakes with green tips will be known as Natural Areas. Please, no cart carts in Natural Areas.

For those of you that know about my book writing project, my wife gave me a present for finally completing it - she sent me to the Legends of Golf in Savanna, Georgia the week of April 15th. What a treat - The first two days were the 70 and older group- 36 players of which 25 had played at Onion Creek. Unfortunately for them, the crowds were sparse - my guess is maybe 1000 people were on the course, if that many. These guys can still play with a winning score of 21 under for the two day best ball event. Gibby Gilbert and JC Snead each took home $60,000. The last place team of 89 year old Doug Ford and his partner 83 old Billy Maxwell were 12 over par. Of the 38 teams, only 3 were over par. I was able to meet a few of the players I interviewed over the phone which was a real treat. One thing was very apparent - the crowds for the tournament for the week might have totaled 25,000. But I guess by today's standards, that is pretty good - but not by Onion Creek standards.

Our golf professional, John Ferguson, has already announced that Natural Areas will be played through the green per The Rules of Golf: If you find your ball, play it as it lies. If the ball is unplayable, use the unplayable lie rule. If you cannot find your ball, use the lost ball rule. BLUEBIRD NESTING BOXES. Thanks to Tootie Boswell, John Drake, and Reed Helmly for stepping forward to monitor the many bluebird boxes throughout the course. We can always use additional help on this project. Just give me a call.

Enjoy your summer on the course!

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OCC Dining Traditions $4.95 Bottomless Mimosas Grille Menu Available Until 4pm June 12th - Special Fatherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day Buffet

Join us for our next value buffet night! Every Wednesday night, Chef Rigo and his Culinary Staff will tempt your taste buds and your appetite with a NEW and different Special Wednesday Night Dining Buffet! First Wednesday of every month: Chicken Night Second Wednesday of every month: Fish Fry Third Wednesday of every month: Taco Night Fourth Wednesday of every month: Italian Night *Wednesday, August 29: Stir-Fry Night *No Chicken Night on July 4th*

Every Thursday Night!

Every Friday Night!

Every Friday Night!

$5.00 Burgers!

Off the Grill at the Veranda, in the Clubhouse, or at the Pool!

Every Saturday !

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OCC Summertime Special Events Father’s Day Hearty Breakfast

4th of July Celebration Music – Pool Games – Fun

Sunday, June 19 10:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. $22.95++ for Adults $10.95++ for Children 8-13 Children 7 and under EAT FREE

Wednesday, July 4th – 11:00 am-6:00 pm $16.95++ for Adults $7.95++ Ages 6-12 Children under 6 EAT FREE

Keep your eyes peeled for more exciting details about: Golf with Dad Fishing with Dad Fish Fry with guest Chef OCC Member David Stokes!

Cool Treats for Kids and Frozen Libations for Adults! Enjoy an All American Buffet with Fried Chicken, Pork Ribs, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy, Corn on the Cob, Corn Muffins, Sliced Watermelon, Banana Pudding and Apple Pie.

Celebrate the Man in your life by taking him to a #JH)FBSUZ#SFBLGBTU Chef Rigo and his Culinary Staff will be preparing a Breakfast UPmMMIJNVQBOEUPMFUIJNLOPXIFJTMPWFE

Buffet will be served from 11:00am – 3:00pm After 3:00 - Pool Menu until 6:00pm

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** The Demaret Grille will be CLOSED on the 4th of July for this Event **

Reservations Required – 24 hour Cancellation Policy $4.95 Bottomless Mimosas

Steaks & Stogies Wednesday, June 13th 6:30 pm ~ OCC Parking Lot Post Rot‐Rally Rye Whiskey Tasting *Bring your Motorcycle and enjoy Rye Whiskey and Steaks* Thursday, July 12th 6:30 pm ~ Men’s Locker Room Bourbon & Wild Game

Dive-In Movie Bring your own inner tubes, blankets, and towels. Food and Beverage specials will be available!

Wednesday, August 8th 6:30 pm ~ Poolside Sapping Rums & Tropical Cuisine

Friday, June 22th ~ Rango Friday, July 27th ~ Toy Story 3 Free for all OCC Members $5 Guest fee for all Non-Members

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WGA News

Bridge Association News

Did you notice the heat in May? The Red Chili team was smokin hot at the annual Onion Creek Cup! Congratulations to Debbie Staub and her winning team. Our thanks to Debbie and Jody Gratz for a great tournament.

Party Bridge

I hope all of you were able to make Hilary Lunke Day either on the course or to hear her speak at the luncheon following play. It was fascinating to hear her story of how she became a professional golfer. She even shared some insightful information about the WPGA and how mothers like herself survive on tour. She was gracious, informative and we were delighted to have her. We would love to have her back again anytime.

April 7, 2011

Cindy Keister

Myna Longenecker

1st and 4th Thursday 12:20 PM OCC, no partner necessary

1st 2nd 3rd

Eloise Godfrey Gail Gant Vicki Spink

Evening Party Bridge 2nd Wednesday 6:45 PM OCC Bring partner of call Logan Jenkins 350-6617

Our thanks to Butch Dalton, Arlene Monroe and the 9-hole group for chairing the Audrey Gooden Member-Member. This article was turned in for publication prior to the event but I know it was great!

April 13, 2011 1st 2nd 3rd

Mark your calendars for our July 24th General Meeting which will be a “pool side chat” with Justin and John. They’ll be telling us about the benefits we have with The Dominion Group plus it’s your opportunity to ask them questions.

Madeleine Houze and Gail Gant David Boyle and Logan Jenkins Andy Brown and Sandra Smith

Day Duplicate 2nd Thursday 12:30 PM OCC Bring partner

Don’t forget, with the hot weather on the horizon we’ll be teeing off at 8:30 starting in June.

April 14, 2011

Our next publication will be in September. Until then, remember……

1st 2nd

“It's not enough just to swing at the ball. You've got to loosen your girdle and let 'er fly.” Babe Didrikson Zaharias

Andy Brown and Sandra Smith Judy Higgins and Sally Vaughn

Evening Duplicate 3rd Wednesday 6:45 PM OCC Bring partner

April 20, 2011 1st David Boyle and Logan Jenkins Tie for 2nd Myrna Longenecker and Carolyn Gary Madeleine Houze and Gail Gant

Party Bridge 1st and 4th Thursday 12:30 PM

April 28, 2011 1st 2nd 3rd

Gail Gant David Boyle Andy Brown

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MGA News

Tennis News

We are pleased to welcome our new Director of Tennis, Jennifer Gray, to Onion Creek Club.

You Can’t Beat That! – a Tale of Two Tourneys By Greg Holloway

Jenny returns to the area after serving as the Director of Tennis at The Club at Cimarron in Mission, TX for the last three years. Jenny is an active member of the USPTA and USPTA Texas for over ten years, and was recently honored with the 2011 USPTA Texas Pro of the Year Award.

MGA tourney often turn into a photo finish, with many teams or players finishing at or near the top of the leaderboard. Sometimes, however, one team or player clearly separates itself/himself from the rest of the field and runs away with the title. Such was the case in the two most recent MGA events.

In-House Leagues It's time to sign up for the new Tuesday and Wednesday Evening leagues! Both leagues will be starting next week (June 12, 13) and will run for 6 weeks. Please call the Tennis Shop at 291-8846 to reserve your spot for either league.

The Loophole (held April 14) was dominated by the team of Paul Romero and Peter Viliesis. They came out with the intent of firing at every flag and, apparently, were more than successful, aided by two gross eagles in the shamble event. Their net (based on 60% of handicap) score of 56 easily lapped the field. A total of ten teams finished in the money, although only the top five finishers came away with Golfer of the Year Points (as required by the rules of the MGA). Here is the full list:

Summer Fun Mixer Join us Saturday June 16 for the Summer Fun Mixer from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00. It's a great way to kick off your summer! Light snacks and drinks will be provided. The cost is $15 per person and advanced sign up is required.

2nd – Randy Allen / David Boyle 3rd – Jeff Opheim / Peter Contreras 4th – Mike Obrien / Brice Custer 5th – Bill Uhls / Doug Wilda 6th ‐ Lee Raines / Jackie Mills 7th – Rusty Thornell / Hondo Howard 8th – Jim Alaniz / Steve Radcliffe 9th – Ken Berg / David Heath 10th – Don Millberger / Stu Osantowski

Drop In- Clinic After a long day at the office, what sounds better than hitting a few tennis balls?! Join us Tuesday nights from 6:00-7:00 for the Drop In Clinic. No advanced sign up required and is open to all levels of players. Tennis 101 If you have always wanted to learn tennis, but just not ever got around to it; now is the time! Join us Thursday mornings from 9:30-10:30. We will start with the basics and help you build a technically sound game.

The Jimmie Connolly individual match play tournament was kicked off the weekend of May 5‐6 with a full‐handicap stroke play “event‐within‐an‐event” that served to seed the brackets for the matches themselves. Fifty‐eight players entered the fray, and Paz Pena walked away with the medalist crown by firing an impressive net 59 (which translates to a 76 gross). Not bad at all for the Paz‐man.

Shot of the Week Each week we will focus on a different tennis skill set. This clinic is open to all levels of players and will meet on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Cardio Tennis Join Jenny for 1 hour of heart pumping fitness out on the courts, Saturdays from 9:30-10:30 a.m.

As of press time, eight players (Bech Bruun, Peter Contreras, Brice Custer, Bob Lander, Hal Marsh, Mike O’Brien, Jonathan Staub and Doug Wilda) have made it into the quarterfinals of the match play tournament. Tourney VP Paul Romero will send an email to all MGA members with final results as soon as they are available.

Summer 2012 Fitness

All Classes are Complimentary to OCC Members

0RQ 8 AM

Water Aerobics

The next stops on the MGA tour are the Club‐sponsored Club Championship (June 8‐10) and re‐scheduled Bill Bass tournament (June 30), and the MGA’s Legends team event (July 14). The Club Championship and the Bill Bass offer a choice of Open, Senior and other flights to be played from varying sets of tees, depending on the flights. Check in the pro shop or on the website for details. The Legends team event will feature a course set‐up reminiscent of the days of the famous Legends tournament that started the current Champions Tour. Don’t let these opportunities for fun competition pass you by – join the 125 MGA members who have already played in an MGA event this year!

OCC Group Exercise

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Pool

8 AM

Water Aerobics Pool

8 AM

Water Aerobics Pool

8 AM

Water Aerobics Pool

8 AM

Water Aerobics Pool

8 AM

Water Aerobics Pool

OCC CrossFit

19th Hole Monica 9 AM

9 AM Hatha Flow Yoga 19th Hole Dawn

Strength & Balance 19th Hole Dawn 6 PM

OCC CrossFit

19th Hole Monica 7 PM Ashtanga Yoga 19th Hole Monica

9 AM

Zumba

Dance Floor Monica

9 AM Ashtanga Yoga 19th Hole Monica

10 AM Ashtanga Yoga 19th Hole Monica





6 PM

Zumba

Dance Floor Monica 7 PM Semi-Private Yoga LLR Monica

Class Descriptions

Strength & Balance Promotes muscle strength and endurance resulting in better posture, increased body awareness and improved balance. Yoga Focuses on flexibility, strength, balance, breathing, stress reduction and mental clarity.

Classes will be concluded with relaxation exercises, which eases the mind and body, allowing you to move through your day feeling refreshed.

Zumba Zumba is a Cardio Fitness Party! It combines a fusion of spicy Latin fast and slow dance rhythms to deliver an effective high energy workout. Burn calories while having a blast! OCC CrossFit A fun & challenging workout to increase strength, stamina, agility and balance.

Class incorporates different fitness modalities to include kenpo, plyometrics, core conditioning, weight training, balance, stretching and more.

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Clubhouse Phone Numbers Clubhouse..........................512.282.2150 Clubhouse Fax ....................512.282.5363 Golf Pro Shop ......................512.282.2162 Tennis Pro Shop .................512.282.2829

JUNE Sunday

General Manager ..................512.383.2002 Membership Office ...............512.383.2028 Catering Events ....................512.383.2005 Accounting ...........................512.383.2018

For To-Go Orders, please call 512.282.2150 ext. 3124

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Service Director ....................512.383.2003 Men’s Locker Room ..............512.383.2021 Ladies Locker Room ............512.383.2022 Demaret Grille .....................512.383.2027

Visit our Website: www.onioncreekclub.com

Thursday

Friday

Saturday 1

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

2 $5.00 Burgers Couples Invitational

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR Couples Invitational

3 Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm~ MDR

4 STPGA Junior

5

Couples Invitational

6 OCCLA Board Meeting @ 9:30 am ~ LLR

Tunes ‘n June

Chicken Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Ladies Night

7

8

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30 pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

9 $5.00 Burgers Club Championship

Club Championship

10 Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00 am-1:30 pm ~MDR

11 Aerify Green‐Severe

12 Aerify Green‐Severe Tunes ‘n June

Club Championship

13

14 Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Weds Party Bridge @ 6:45 pm

OCCBA Duplicate Bridge 12:30 pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

OCCLA Ladies Bunko 6:45pm ~ 19th Hole

17

18

Father’s Day Brunch 10:00am‐2:00pm ~ MDR

24 Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00 am–1:30 pm ~MDR

19 Tunes ‘n June

25

26 Tunes ‘n June

15

Fish Fry 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR Steaks & Stogies 6:30‐9:00pm ~ Parking Lot

20

21

Dinner & A Movie 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

OCCBA Weds Duplicate Bridge @ 6:45pm

Texas Police Games

27

$5.00 Burgers

22 Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm~ 19th Hole

23 $5.00 Burgers Texas Police Games

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

28

16

29

Italian Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm~ 19th Hole

OCCLA Evening Book Club 7:30pm ~19th Hole

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

30 $5.00 Burgers Bill Bass (Reschedule)


Clubhouse Phone Numbers Clubhouse..........................512.282.2150 Clubhouse Fax ....................512.282.5363 Golf Pro Shop ......................512.282.2162 Tennis Pro Shop .................512.282.2829

JULY

General Manager ..................512.383.2002 Membership Office ...............512.383.2028 Catering Events ....................512.383.2005 Accounting ...........................512.383.2018

For To-Go Orders, please call 512.282.2150 ext. 3124

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

1 Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm~ MDR

8

2 US Kids State Finals

9

Wednesday

16

4

Friday 5

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

Ladies’ Night

Firecracker Open

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

10

17

11

12

13

Fish Fry 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Weds Party Bridge @ 6:45 pm

Steaks & Stogies 6:30‐9:00pm ~ Parking Lot

OCCLA Ladies Bunko 6:45pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Duplicate Bridge 12:30 pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

18 Dinner & A Movie 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

19

20

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00 am–1:30 pm ~MDR

24 WGA General Meeting

Couples Shamble

29 Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00 am–1:30 pm ~MDR

25 Italian Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR OCCLA Evening Book Club 7:30pm ~19th Hole

30 Aerify Greens‐Medium

31 Aerify Greens‐Medium

7 $5.00 Burgers

14 $5.00 Burgers MGA Legends

21 $5.00 Burgers

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

OCCBA Weds Duplicate Bridge @ 6:45pm

23

6

4th of July Celebration 11:00am-6:00pm

Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00 am-1:30 pm ~MDR

22

Saturday

OCCLA Board Meeting @ 9:30 am ~ LLR

Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm~ MDR

15

Visit our Website: www.onioncreekclub.com

Thursday

3

Service Director ....................512.383.2003 Men’s Locker Room ..............512.383.2021 Ladies Locker Room ............512.383.2022 Demaret Grille .....................512.383.2027

26

27

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

28 $5.00 Burgers


AUGUST Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday 1

5

6

7

Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm MGA Williard Connolly

12

13

2

3

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCLA Board Meeting @ 9:30 am ~ LLR

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

8

Fish Fry 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR Steaks & Stogies 6:30-9:00 pm ~ Pool OCCBA Weds Party Bridge @ 6:45 pm OCCLA Ladies Bunko 6:45pm ~ 19th Hole

9

10

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Duplicate Bridge 12:30pm

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

15 Dinner & A Movie 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

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Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

22 Italian Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm

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Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm~ MDR

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Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

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MGA Williard Connolly

11 $5.00 Burgers

18 $5.00 Burgers Goker

24 Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

25 $5.00 Burgers

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30pm ~ MDR

OCCBA Thurs Party Bridge 12:30pm

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4 $5.00 Burgers

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OCCBA Weds Duplicate Bridge @ 6:45pm

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Saturday

Chicken Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

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Sunday Breakfast Buffet 10:00am-1:30pm

Friday

Dive‐In Movie Starts at Dusk

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Stir Fry Night 6:00-8:30 pm ~ MDR

Sunset Menu 5-7:00 pm~Demaret Grille

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00 pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCLA Evening Book Club 7:30pm ~ 19th Hole

OCCBA Special Event

All‐U‐Can‐Eat Prime Rib 6:00‐8:30 ~ MDR

Clubhouse Phone Numbers Clubhouse..........................512.282.2150 Clubhouse Fax ....................512.282.5363 Golf Pro Shop ......................512.282.2162 Tennis Pro Shop .................512.282.2829

General Manager ..................512.383.2002 Membership Office ...............512.383.2028 Catering Events ....................512.383.2005 Accounting ...........................512.383.2018

For To-Go Orders, please call 512.282.2150 ext. 3124

Service Director ....................512.383.2003 Men’s Locker Room ..............512.383.2021 Ladies Locker Room ............512.383.2022 Demaret Grille .....................512.383.2027

Visit our Website: www.onioncreekclub.com


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