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Chartwell Golf & Country Club

Chartwell Chatter


Ju ly Is s u e 2012




From the President..............................2

Chartwell Golf & Country Club

Interim General Manager Report........3

1 Chartwell Drive Severna Park, MD 21146

Ladies’ Member-Guest ...................... 8

Clubhouse Hours Monday Closed Tuesday Food Service 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Bar Service until 9 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday Food Service 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Bar Service until 12 a.m.

Green Department.............................4 Golf .................................................. 5 Kids and Social Activities...................10 Tennis ............................................ 11 Pool Events ..................................... 13 Adult Pool Day ............................... 14 Calendar ......................................... 15

A New Way to Pay!

Sunday Food & Bar Service 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Bar Service 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.

A d u lt Po o l Pa rt y Ju ly 2 8 , 2 0 1 2 7 pm - 12 am $ 5 0 pe r pe r s o n

Dinner Menu Available: Tuesday - Sunday from 5:30 p.m. As always, reservations are requested.

Phone Numbers Clubhouse 410-987-0400 Clubhouse Fax 410-987-8469 Golf Pro Shop 410-987-4480 Golf Pro Shop Fax 410-729-0678 Tennis Pro Shop 410-987-0400 ext.236 Grounds 410-987-1982 1

Pool Chartwell Chatter - June 2012 410-729-1030

Rock Lobster

Full “Boat House” C h it Bar Passed Hor s & Sh ucking stations 7:00 Po olsid e Lobster Feast Sit Dow n Dinner 7:45 Dancing after Dinner

Entertainment by “Real Geniu ses”

ePayments (ACH debits) will be accepted via the Club’s website for payment of your monthly bill. Easy as 1-2-3: • Login to the Chartwell website • Access statement information (located under Member Central/ roster tab) • “Pay now” will route you to the SameDayPay site where you will register, specify payment date, payment amount and bank account to be charged. Convenient and Secure! For detailed instructions, see Chartwell website or contact Anne Connolly on 410-987-0400.


Communication: “Any act by which one person gives to or receives from another person information about that person’s needs, desires, perceptions or knowledge.” One of my primary objectives is to continue to improve and evolve the way we communicate the many activities and events that Chartwell has to offer. “Old School” methods such as this Chatter, bulletin boards and flyers posted around the club will continue to be used. However, for efficiency, accuracy, timeliness and cost reduction we will continue to explore and improve on our “New School” methods of communicating. If you haven’t visited it lately, the Chartwell website ( has evolved into a very useful tool for all members. It is the source for any and all information on just about everything that goes on at Chartwell. It now has tabs specifically designated for Golf, Tennis, Family and Social activities, as well as a Member Central tab that has an electronic member roster that also allows you to edit your contact information. There is also a section that allows you to view and pay your bills online. E-Mail is another tool that is a cost efficient and effective way to get timely information. The weekly “Now at Chartwell” e-mail is a good snapshot of the activities for the week ahead. We also send e-mails as needed to those interested in Golf, Tennis, Swimming and Junior Golf. The Board of Directors now uses e-mail to communicate the important topics for discussion in our “Board Room News” e-mails. Also, be sure to check out Steve Sweiderk & Jimmy Hogan’s “Greens Blog” under the Golf tab on the Chartwell website. However, if you didn’t see it in the Chatter, bulletin boards, website, e-mails or the blog, please go “Old School” and simply pick up the phone. We always enjoy hearing from you. Rick Hans Club President

Welcome New Members Anthony & Barbara Grimaldi


Gregory & Diane Jones


Peter Salmon-Cox & June Schneider


Christopher & Tracy Mills


James & Carole Hardy


Robert & Parabhdeep Gill


Sean & Erica Martin





As expected, June has been another very busy month at Chartwell. We were proud to host the Maryland State Golf Association Amateur Tournament June 7-10. The weather and the golf were both outstanding as Josh Eure, playing from Crofton Country Club brought home the winning trophy on Sunday afternoon by defeating last year’s winning amateur, Sean Bosdosh after 34 holes of the 36 hole match play finals. The MSGA was extremely complimentary of the condition of the golf course, an exceptional PGA professional staff and our member volunteers! Our annual member guest tournament June 14-16 was, as always, a sell out and huge success. Our thanks to Brad Fowler for his leadership for this year’s event and to Jan Dibos for organizing and leading the Member Guest Ladies’. Congratulations to Mick Arnold and Jud Sokol who captured this year’s 48th Annual Member Guest golf tournament. The pool activities are off to a great start and our snack bar has been receiving excellent reviews for food quality, improved service and added menu offerings. Junior Tennis and open play are underway with good participation. The banquet and dining staffs have also been busy supporting the golf outings, hosting several weddings and many private parties in addition to the regular member dining offerings. The selection and announcement of your new General Manager should be complete by the time of this publication. Therefore I want to take this opportunity

to thank the Chartwell President, the Board of Directors, the exceptional Management Staff and Employees and all of our members for their confidence, cooperation and support during my term as your Interim General Manager. It has been a truly rewarding experience to work with such a professional and well trained staff and to interact with our members from a very different perspective! We can all be proud of the exceptional programs and leadership provided by our dedicated employees who work very hard to deliver the excellent recreational amenities and vibrant family-oriented programs at Chartwell! Finally, over the last several weeks I was often asked by our members “What can I do to help?”. After now serving as your Interim GM, I can offer a couple of suggestions. Our club can be no better than our members make it! So most importantly, get involved by volunteering to serve on a committee! It’s a great way to find out more about how your club is managed. Next, refresh your memory and read our By-Laws which define the behaviors and rules which we are all expected to follow. An example where your help is needed is our reservation policy for dining. Our staff strives to provide exceptional service. However, when 25 make dinner reservations and 85 arrive and expect to be served it’s a challenge to deliver excellent service. Please help the staff to serve you better in this regard. Another request is to remember that enforcement of the various rules designed to make the club a better destination for all is best done by the members themselves. In those instances where the staff is called upon to remind members of the rules, members should courteously comply. Finally, use your club more often! Each month there are many families who miss their minimums. The “more the merrier” is just as true for the Chartwell experience as any social event. Come out and enjoy! Buck Linthicum, Interim General Manager

Golf course news blog Check out Steve’s new blog with course and project updates. 3

Chartwell Chatter - June 2012

G reens D epartment June started out with beautiful weather, but as I write this, we are about to possibly hit 100 degrees. With that in mind, keep an eye on your plants as we get into the heat of summer.

What’s flowering in July? Hibiscus, crape myrtles, daylilies, Golden Rain Tree, various perennials Annuals- Annuals can suffer a lot from a lot of extra water. Over watering causes root rot which keeps the plant from taking up water. The symptoms are very similar to under watering in that both cause the plant to wilt, however, instead of the plant turning tan or brown as it does with under watering, the plant will turn a pale green when it is over watered. Unfortunately for annuals in the ground, there is not much that can be done for them. For annuals in containers, do not water them and, if possible, temporarily move them to an area that is dry, for example under an overhang, to allow them dry out and then move them back to their original spot. In addition to watering if needed, the other major task this time of year for annuals is deadheading, or the removal of finished flowers. Deadheading allows the plant’s energy to focus more on flowering and less on seed production. Since we don’t know what to expect for rainfall, keep an eye on the rain, soil moisture and plan accordingly.

Beds- Keep up with the weeds. This is the time when weeds seem to appear out of nowhere and before you know it they are larger than your ornamental plants. While I realize that hand-pulling is necessary when weeds grow right beside your desirable plant, where possible, it is always preferable to spray weeds with a non-selective herbicide, such as Round-up. Pulling weeds tends to leave some roots behind, and for some plants, that allows them to multiply. Be careful with the herbicide and do not allow it to contact any of the desirable plants or they will die also. One weed that is out now and that is hard to control is yellow nutsedge. This weed looks like a grass, but if

you feel around the base of the plant, it will feel triangular. (Hence the expression “Sedges have edges”) Why do I mention this specific weed? Well, this plant is pretty common and it is difficult to get rid of because Round-up will not kill this plant. You need a product that is intended to specifically kill sedges (Dismiss or Sedgehammer). Again, avoid hand pulling this plant when possible because any roots you leave behind will produce even more sedge plants. Also, continue to monitor for insects and diseases in your planted beds. If you think you have a problem, many garden centers will diagnose the problem and make recommendations if you take them a sample of the plant’s problem. Obviously, correct diagnosis is essential to choosing the correct pesticide in order to eradicate a pest.

Trees- With the likely increase in temperatures in the summer months, monitor the moisture and water trees as needed. Remember that on a hot, dry, breezy summer day, large trees and use up around 100 gallons of water a day.

Turf- Summer can definitely be very stressful for the turf. There are several practices to help reduce plant stress during this period. First, avoid any fertilization now. Second, maintain your mowing schedule and keep the cutting height at 2 ½-3”. Also, avoid mowing when temperatures are above 90 degrees. When irrigation is needed, you should water around 1 hour before sunrise in order to reduce evaporation. Next, if you did not apply a pre-emergent herbicide in March/April to control crabgrass, you are seeing the beginning of crabgrass in your lawn. To eliminate it at this stage, the best method is to spot treat with Acclaim, being very careful with the spray. Finally, during July the adult Japanese beetle will be out. That means it will soon be laying eggs for the next generation and the larva will again be feeding on the roots of the grass as they venture deep into the soil. At the end of July, you should apply grub control (Merit or Dylox) to eliminate this next generation of pests. Jimmy Hogan, Horticulturist



48th Annual Member-Guest Championship June14th – 16th, 2012 The field this year consisted of 48 two-man teams. We had guests from 11 different states, representing 40 different clubs. Sunny days and cool nights made for two days of terrific weather and a great championship. After the first day of play and 27 holes played, several of the flights were very close. Many teams went out on Saturday morning, and made a move to get into contention. Others just continued what they were doing on Day 1 which led them to a Flight victory. The 8 Flight winners and two Wild Card teams went out for three hole playoff which consisted on Hole #10, #8 & #18. Two groups of 5 teams started of the 10th Hole in an Alternate shot format. Mick Arnold and Jud Sokol got off to a great start making 4 net 3 on #10 to take an early lead. As the groups turned to the final stretch and made their way down #18 towards the club house, only a few teams had survived the tough Alternate shot competition. Mick Arnold and Jud Sokol lead the charge and posted a 2-under par 10. The teams of Tucker Hite and Sam DiPaola


and defending champions Brad Fowler and Matt Davis new

1 Mick Arnold & Jud Sokol

that they had to make birdie to force a playoff. Brad Fowler

2ND Tucker Hite & Sam DiPaola

positioned his teammate perfectly in the right center of the

3RD Brad Fowler & Matt Davis


fairway with nice view of the green. Brad Fowler and Matt Davis stumbled, but still managed to give themselves a putt



and a chance to tie and force extra holes. A wayward tee

Flight 1 Hal Murnane & David Murnane

shot put Sam DiPaola in the trees with no choice but to

Flight 2 Tom Coleman & Drew Phillips

punch-out to the fairway. Tucker Hit made up for his errant

Flight 3 Mike Coney & Robert DeMartino

tee shot by hitting a wonderful iron to 15ft leaving the team

Flight 4 Tom Vane & John Torre

an uphill put and a chance to tie. With the championship

Flight 5 Chip Sheridan & Chris Gross

on the line both teams were unable to convert on their

Flight 6 Don Kennedy & Chris Heine

birdie putts and Mick Arnold and Jud Sokol celebrated as

Flight 7 Jay Dixon & John Kickham

they were crowned the 2012 Member-Guest Champions.

Flight 8 John Godbout & Alan Burke

Chartwell Chatter - June 2012

91st Maryland State Amateur Championship June 8th – 10th, 2012 Maryland State’s finest players teed it up on Thursday, June 14th at Chartwell Golf and Country Club to compete in this year’s State Amateur Championship. The 18-Hole stroke play qualifier would determine the top 31 players to compete in single elimination match play.

Congratulations to our member Wayne Fowler for making a Hole-In-One on Wednesday, June 13, 2012! He made the perfect shot on hole #2. Congrats again on the perfect shot!

Congratulations to David Nocar Jr. David posted a 68 and was the co-medalist at the Sr. U.S. Open qualifier at Laurel Creek Country Club on June 19th. David will be competing against the top senior players in the world on July 9th –July 15 at Indianwood Golf and Country Club. We wish him the best of luck!

In the field of 133 participants, were Chartwell members Mick Arnold and David Nocar. Both Mick Arnold and David Nocar took advantage of their local knowledge, as they qualified easily for the match play portion of the event. Arnold fired a solid 1-under par 70, which positioned him as the 14th seed in the bracket. The 2011 Club Champion had never qualified for the State Am and was excited to see how his game would match up to against the best players in the state. David Nocar is no stranger to the spot light the State Amateur brings. Nocar the 2002 Maryland State Amateur Champion posted a solid 3-under par 68 and positioned himself well for match play. In Round 1 Mick Arnold faced the only lefty in the field Chris Hickman. Mick got off to a slow start early, falling down 2 through 5. Arnold fought back and won the last two holes of the side to turn at 2-up. A couple small mistakes and Arnold found himself down 1 with only a couple to play. Arnold was eliminated in the 1st round, but was very pleased with qualifying and how he played. David Nocar breezed through his first match winning 3 & 2 over Frank Alafoginis. In Round 2 Nocar faced 17 year old David Long. Long is a junior at Mount St. Joseph High School and has a no mercy attitude when it comes to competitive golf. A few wavered irons shots late in the match, Nocar found himself down 1 with one to play. Halving with bogey on the final hole, Nocar found himself eliminated from the event.

Lee Tice was the Net 18 Hole Inter-club winner at Elkridge Country Club on Thursday, June 7th. Lee shot a gross score of 79 which gave her a net score of 64. Congratulations and keep up the solid play.

On Sunday, the spectators gathered around the 1st Tee as finalist Josh Eure and Sean Bosdosh took the stage. The University of Arkansas Junior, posted a 64 in the 18-hole stroke play qualifier. This tied the competitive course record at Chartwell and gave him the #2 seed for the event. Sean Bosdosh convincingly eliminated all of his opponents on his way to the finals. The 2010 Maryland State Amateur Champion was certainly a force to be reckoned with, eliminating Serge Hogg 8 & 7 in the semi-finals. But it was Josh Eure that took the early lead and never let go winning the 2012 State Amateur Championship on the 34th hole at Chartwell.



Wednesday, July 4

Friday, July 13

Sunday, July 22

Couples’ Mixer 2 pm Shotgun All Club Facilities Close at 6 pm

18 Hole Interclub 8:30 am Shotgun

Father Son/Daughter Shotgun 9 am

Saturday, July 14

Tuesday, July 24


WGA of Baltimore 8:30 am Shotgun MISGA @ Kenwood

Thursday, July 5 Jr. Clinic Younger

Saturday, July 7 2-Man Team Scramble B-Team

Sunday, July 15 Jr. Skills Challenge

Wednesday, July 25 Twilight League Semi-Finals

Tuesday, July 17 Ladies’ Twilight Rain Date

Thursday, July 26

2-Man Team Scramble Tee Times

Wednesday, July 18

9 Hole Summer Handicap Deli Pairings Party

Monday, July 9

MISGA @ Holly Hills 8:30 am Twilight League Playoffs

Friday, July 27

Sunday, July 8

Rita’s Jr. Open 3 pm Tee Times

Tuesday, July 10

Jr. Sharpie Classic 7 am

Thursday, July 19 Jr. Clinic Younger

Ladies’ Twilight

Wednesday, July 11 18 Hole Flag Day Tee Time Start Twilight League Week 10

Thursday, July 12 Jr. Clinic Older MISGA @ Manor 8:30 am

Saturday, July 28 The Deli 9 am Shotgun

Friday, July 20

Sunday, July 29

Junior Cup 7 am Tee Times Coupled Twilight Mixer 5:30 pm

The Deli - Rain Date

Saturday, July 21

Tuesday, July 31

2 Man Team Better Ball Tee Times

MISGA Home 9 am VS. Lakewood, Norbeck, Piney Branch

Congratul ations to our 2012 Ladies’ Member-Guest Net & Gross Champions

Lisa Clarke & Kate Garmey: First Place Net 7

Chartwell Chatter - June 2012

Suzanne Sheridan & Gayle Verreault: First Place Gross



Chartwell Junior Golf ProGram ‘12 Golf C li n i C S

e ve ntS

Younger Division

Friday, June 29th - Donut Shack Open

Thursday, July 12th

Sunday, July 8th – Skills Challenge

Thursday, July 19th

Thursday, July 12th – 3 Club Championship

Thursday, August 9th

(9 Hole Gold & above) Sunday, July 15th – Gatorade Masters Friday, July 20th – Chartwell Cup

o lder di v i S i o n

Friday, July 27th – Jr. Sharpie Classic

Thursday, July 5th

Thursday, August 9th – Two-Man Team Championship

Thursday, July 12th

Saturday, August, 11th – Jr. Club Championship

Thursday, July 19th

Thursday, August 16th – Frisbee Golf

Thursday, August 2nd

Sunday, August 19th – Parent Jr. Event

If you have questions please contact the professional staff at (410-987-4480)



Wednesday, July 4 Poolside Cookout 12 - 4 pm All Club Facilities Close at 6 pm

Thursday, July 12 Movie Night at the Pool

Tuesday, July 17 Kid’s Mini Camp

Wednesday, July 18

2012 Rates & Fees Mini Camp

July 17th - 20th

$160 per child

Registration openings are still available! Full Week August 6th - 10th Total due two weeks prior to camp start

$265 per child

Deposits A fifty dollar ($50.00) deposit is required to secure your registration.

Changes Upon receipt of your child’s registration form and deposits, any CHANGES must be made IN WRITING AND SUBMITTED WITH A $25 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE – PER CHANGE, PER CHILD. Absolutely no changes will be made until both the fee and the written request are received. Change requests must be received no later than 6:00 p.m. sixteen (16) days prior to the camp (July 1 and/ or July 21, 2012.) All camp change requests are subject to availability. No changes in the camp will be made for absences, illnesses, suspension or dismissals.

Refunds and Cancellations All deposits and administrative fees are non-refundable. No refunds or credits will be made for absences, illnesses, suspensions, or dismissals. If a

Kid’s Mini Camp

Thursday, July 19 Kid’s Mini Camp

Friday, July 20 Kid’s Mini Camp

Thursday, July 26 Movie Night at the Pool

Saturday, July 28 Rock Lobster Pool Party 7 pm

Tuesdays - Chef ’s Specials Wednesdays - Prime Rib Night Thursdays - Burger Night Fridays - Grill Night on the Patio


written cancellation notice is not received by 6:00 p.m. sixteen (16) days prior to the camp (July 1 and/ or July 21, 2012), a late fee of $10 per

7/12, 7/26 & 8/23

day, per child will be due IN ADDITION TO any remaining balance for the camp.



CHARTWELL CLASSIC: 2012 Chartwell Golf & Country Club Invitational Classic Tennis Tournament Save the Date: August 6 - 11 Come out and watch the finest in the Mid-Atlantic Region and throughout the country as they compete for this prestigious title and prize money. Men’s singles and doubles matches will take place each evening throughout the week. Semi-Finals will be played Friday, August 10 at 6 pm followed by the Finals on Saturday, August 11 at 11 am. Bar and food will be available for your enjoyment. Chartwell Golf and Country Club is proud to host this special week-long event and hope you will join us in supporting some truly outstanding tennis! CHARTWELL CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: Save the Dates: Men’s and Women’s Doubles August 24-26 Mixed Doubles August 31 - September 2 Men’s and Women’s Singles September 14-16 A and B flights will be offered with an additional Women’s C flight in doubles. Please sign up in the Pro Shop. If you need a partner please call the Pro Shop and we will be happy to help you! Junior Tennis Club Championship: August 20-24 Included in the summer Junior Tennis fee. Open to all junior members having the knowledge of stroke fundamentals and rules of play. Junior Tennis Awards Banquet and Round Robin: Sunday August 26 4 - 7 pm.


Chartwell Chatter - June 2012

Join your fellow Chartwell members for a fun-filled day trip to NYC to experience the excitement of the US Open. We have arranged for transportation and group tickets for 52 club members and their guests (over 21 yrs. old), to visit the historic Flushing Meadows courts. Watch the best players in the world compete to be crowned our national tennis champions! Thursday, August 30, 2012 Departure 6:00 am! Continental Breakfast served from 5:45 am Location Chartwell Parking Lot – Tennis Pavilion Transport Private Charter Bus Return 10 pm (subject to traffic) Time at event 6 Hours (approx.) Cost $119 per person. Includes pre-departure breakfast (with “To Go” cups!), transport and ticket. Reservations Please reserve your seat(s) for this exciting event by signing up at the Tennis Pavilion Front Desk. First come, first serve! Payment Billed to your account upon reservation. Non-refundable. (You may give/sell ticket if necessary. Please notify Front Desk of any change in names) Questions Please contact the event coordinator, Jim Hecht, at: 443-223-6660 or


Monday, July 2

Wednesday, July 11

Saturday, July 21

Cardio Clinic Junior Camp

Cardio Clinic Junior Camp Junior Team Scrimmage Interclub Match

Ladies’’ Clinic Suburban B Match Men’s Clinic Junior Team Clinic

Thursday, July 12

Monday, July 23 Cardio Clinic Junior Camp

Wednesday, July 4

Junior Camp Junior Team Match Men’s Open Play

Adult Round Robin All Club Facilities close at 6 pm

Friday, July 13

Thursday, July 5

Junior Camp Ladies’’ Round Robin

Ladies’’ Clinic Open Play Junior Camp

Saturday, July 14

Wednesday, July 25

Ladies’’ Clinic Suburban B Match Men’s Clinic Junior Team Clinic

Cardio Clinic Junior Camp

Thursday, July 26

Tuesday, July 17

Junior Camp Men’s Open Play

Tuesday, July 3 Ladies’’ Clinic Junior Camp Open Play

Junior Camp Junior Team Match Men’s Open Play

Friday, July 6 Junior Camp Ladies’’ Round Robin

Saturday, July 7

Ladies’’ Clinic Open Play Junior Camp

Ladies’’ Clinic Suburban A-Match Men’s Clinic Junior Team Clinic

Wednesday, July 18

Monday, July 9

Cardio Clinic Junior Camp

Cardio Clinic Junior Camp

Thursday, July 19

Tuesday, July 10

Junior Camp Men’s Open Play

Ladies’’ Clinic Open Play Junior Camp

Tuesday, July 24

Friday, July 27 Ladies’’ Interclub Event @ Towson GCC Ladies’’ Round Robin Junior Camp

Saturday, July 28 Ladies’’ Clinic Men’s Clinic Junior Team Clinic

Friday, July 20 Ladies’’ Interclub with Gibson Island Ladies’’ Round Robin Junior Camp


Y O U R 2 0 1 2 C hart w ell C hargers S w im T eam

P ool events

July 4 Wednesday 7 Saturday 12 Thursday 14 Saturday 21 Saturday 25 Wednesday 26 Thursday 28 Saturday 28 Saturday

Family Pool Cook Out Pool Closes 6:00 pm Swim Meet - AWAY Dive In Movie Night Swim Meet - AWAY Swim Meet - HOME Swim Meet - HOME Pool Closes at 5:00 pm Dive In Movie Night Swim Meet - AWAY Divisionals at Chartridge Adults Only Pool Bash

August 23 Thursday

Dive In Movie Night

P ool H ours School Day Hours Monday - Thursday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Weekend Hours 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Snack Bar Weekday 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Snack Bar Weekend 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. June 9th - August 26th Summer Pool Hours Monday - Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Snack Bar Hours 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Swim Team Spirit Fridays! Always the Friday before each swim event, whether home or away 8:45 A.M. - 11:00 A.M.

July 6th, 13th & 20th

Chartwell welcomes back Kimberly Lawton for her 12th summer of teaching swim lessons at the Club. In the off-season Kimberly teaches the 5th grade at Oak Hill Elementary. The swim lesson sign-in booklet will be available for you to sign-up at the check-in desk located at the main entrance of the pool. Lessons are available on a first come first serve basis. Book your lesson today, they fill up quickly!!! If you have any questions feel free to email Kimberly at 13

Chartwell Chatter - June 2012

Rock Lobster

A d u lt Po o l Pa rt y “A Taste of New England”

Ju ly 2 8 , 2 0 1 2 7 pm - 12 am $50 pe r pe rs o n

Full “Boat Ho use” C hit Bar Pa sse d Ho rs & Shuckin g station s 7 : 0 0 Po o lsid e Lo bste r Fe a st Sit Dow n Di n n e r 7 : 4 5 Da n cin g a ft e r Din n e r

Entertainment by “Real Geniuses”

July 2012 Sunday

Monday 1




Ladies Twilight



Father Son/Daughter Golf Outing


The Deli - Rain Date

Jr. Golf Clinic Younger Jr. Team Match Men’s Open Play Burger Night




MISGA Away @ Manor Burger Night Pool - Movie Night

18 Hole Interclub Grill Night on the Patio



18 Hole Flag Day Twilight League Week 10 Jr. Team Tennis Scrimmage Interclub Match

18 MISGA Away @ Holly Hills Twilight League Playoffs Prime Rib Night

24 WGA of Baltimore MISGA away @ Kenwood



Golf Couples’ Mixer 2 pm Shotgun Poolside Cookout 12 - 4 pm All Club Facilities Close at 6 pm

17 Ladies Twilight Rain Date Chef ’s Specials Kids Mini Camp

Friday 5



Jr. Golf Skills Challenge

Thursday 4


Rita’s Jr. Open 3pm 2-Man Team Tee Times Scramble Tee Times




Jr. Golf Clinic Younger Burger Night

25 Twilight League Semi-Finals

26 9 Hole Summer Handicap Deli Pairings Party Pool - Movie Night



Maryland State AM Qualifier 124 2-Man Team players Scramble Golf - Away Misga Golf B-Team Tennis – Cardio Suburban A-Match Clinic

14 Golf B Team Suburban B Match


Junior Chartwell Cup Couples’ Twilight 2 Man Team Better Mixer Ball Ladies Interclub with Gibson Island



Jr. Golf Sharpie Classic Ladies Interclub Event Towson GCC

The Deli Rock Lobster Pool Party

31 MISGA home Lakewood, Norbeck, Piney Branch

Food Service Tuesday Clubhouse Closed Wednesday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Thursday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Due to the large number of activities and events happening during the month of July, individual Golf, Tennis and Social calendars have been placed within each section of the July Chatter Newsletter.

Bar Service Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

11 a.m. - 9 p.m. 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. 11 a.m. - 12 a.m. 10 a.m. - 12 a.m. 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Dinner menu is available Tuesday - Sunday from 5:30 p.m. - Close. Please make reservations for the dining room.

Chartwell Chatter July 2012  

Chatter is the official newsletter for the members of Chartwell Golf and Country Club

Chartwell Chatter July 2012  

Chatter is the official newsletter for the members of Chartwell Golf and Country Club