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The Sports Club at Four Seasons Resort 4150 N. MacArthur Boulevard Irving, Texas 75038 Membership Services Fitness Desk Tower IV Sports Boutique Tennis Reception Spa & Salon Private Reserve Line Members Lounge Accounting

972-717-2525 972-717-2560 972-717-2530 972-717-2540 972-717-2440 972-717-2591 972-717-2580 972-717-2617

MANAGEMENT TEAM Club Manager Rob Cowan x2501


Welcome Ashley King and Kevin Golding Join us in welcoming Ashley King and Kevin Golding to the Four Seasons team

7 18 Shop Summer 19 American Pride

Club Photos A look back at Club events

Top 5 summer products you need to beat the heat

Get ready for the Four Seasons Resort and Club’s Annual Independence Day Celebration!

NEW! Club Text Messages

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Associate Director of Club Sales Ryan Humphreys x2520 Member Relations Manager Jessica Asaff x2526 Director of Golf Paul Earnest x2531 Director of Golf Course Maintenance & Landscaping Scott Abernathy x2494 Director of Sports Robin Scott x2522

2014 BOARD of GOVERNORS Bob Shema, Chair Bill Bailey, Lowelle Childers, Chuck Hosler, Lydia Karney, Hank Kimbriel, John Longenecker, Pat McMahon, Alex Pier, Sharon Pfaff

Chair’s Chatter


appy Spring!

By the time you are reading this the Four Seasons Resort & Club will have once again been a gracious host to the 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship. I hope everyone enjoyed the event and had an opportunity to get up close and personal with many of the worlds top golfers as they played the TPC course and wandered around the property. Continuing good news from the ownership group Blackstone Investments, they have announced some exciting upgrades throughout the property that will affect all membership levels. Starting with a major renovation of the Fitness area and also the hotel Lobby. Expect renovation to begin later this year with the focus of making the property a premier facility and go-to destination in the DFW area. I’d also like to report that things are truly moving forward on the technology front. Spearheaded by Hank Kimbriel from the Board of Governors Technology Committee the club’s IT department and club management team got to view a presentation demonstration of the online bill pay module from our current website development company. The system is very easy to use and it’s implementation and ability to work with the club’s back-end billing system should be a smooth

June 14 | Byron's & Byron's Circle | 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Gaze upon some of the sexiest machines in Texas! Join fellow members and the Ferrari Club of Dallas for a complimentary Cocktail Party. Guests Welcome Complimentary Appetizers and Beer | Cash Bar | Prizes | Ferrari Car Show

process. This feature may be the first of a small part of a major technology upgrades at the property. Lastly I’d like to acknowledge Board member Bill Bailey for reaching out to both Rob Cowen and myself with an idea to increase participation in the member survey. Bill’s suggestion was to have a personal letter from both Rob Cowan and myself sent to all the members to remind them of the importance of participating in the member survey. The result of our letter was the highest response rate that we ever experienced. So thank you to all the members who took the time to get engaged and thanks to Bill for the great idea. As a second part to this we are forming a focus group of 8-10 members to review the survey results and get further input. Our intent is to have an open dialogue about the results and action plans while gaining an even deeper understanding of the member’s perspective. Once again your participation in the survey is very important so please let’s keep the momentum going and push the response rate up next quarter to an even higher level! As I have mentioned previously please feel free to contact me or any of our board or committee members if there is anything at all that we can help you with. My email is ringo@ Sincerely,

Bob Shema Chairman, Board of Governors

Enjoy 25% off prevailing room rates year round at the Resort and just in time for 4th of July! No need to comb the web searching for a hotel when staying at Four Seasons Resort and Club is one of your membership perks! For personal assistance with your local leisure or business travel needs, please call Abby Wallace at 972-717-2483 or Reservations can also be made through the Private Reserve Line at 972-717-2591. | 2

Byron Nelson Championship Recap The 2014 HP Byron Nelson Championship was a huge success! Weather was perfect, greens were impeccable and first time winner, Bendon Todd took home the trophy.

Deborah Hartigan, Linda McMahon, Laura Dobbs, Frank and Elizabeth Broyles, Camille Sparks

Linda McMahon, Sandi Cureton, Sharon Phaff, Lydia Karney, Janet Collins Lance Peters and Rob Cowan

Steven Bowditch, Nick and Ben Baxter and James Hahn

Bob Shema, Joe Tamer, Craig Korkmas, John Longenecker and Arthur Considine

Steven Bowditch, Tim Cusick and James Hahn

Sharon Kelley and Gary Popovich

Gale Seefeld and Shereen Saad Some of our handsome past BOG Chairmen! Jim Sido, Melissa Fulton and Richard Baumgarth

Sports Club Member Jake Istnick, Caddy for TOUR Player Chris Thompson 3 |

Mark Assaad, Vail Tolbert and Babe Laufenberg

Welcome Ashley King

Welcome Back Kevin Golding

This Native Texan began her Four Seasons career in May 2009. After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, she joined the Four Seasons Dallas team in Cafe on the Green and shortly after transitioned to the Front Desk. It didn’t take long to recognize this Longhorn’s potential, after just one year she was promoted to Front Desk Supervisor. During her time at the Front Desk she was sent on Task Force to assist with the opening of our sister property, Four Seasons Resort Vail (which was fitting as one of her favorite pastimes is traveling)!

We are excited to announce the return of Kevin Golding as Head Golf Professional here at The Sports Club at Four Seasons. For those of you who do not know Kevin, he is originally from London. He grew up in Bahrain and Dubai, learning to play golf on a sand course. Later, he returned to England to follow his passion for golf and joined the British PGA in 1991. There he spent his time teaching and playing professional golf locally and on the European Challenge Tour. Kevin moved to the United States in 2002 where he started his career with Four Seasons as an assistant before transitioning into the Cottonwood Head Professional position and ultimately working his way up to the Head Golf Professional for the Resort and Sports Club. Kevin is a proud member of the North Texas PGA Section where he enjoys competing in section events against Paul! Kevin’s passion for the Four Seasons culture, service and membership make him a great asset to the team. Please stop by Tower IV to welcome him back or meet him for your first time.

Head Gold Professional

Membership Sales Manager

Shortly after returning from Colorado, she transitioned into the sales realm as an assistant and then moved into the Corporate & Travel Industry Sales Coordinator position; where just last year she was recognized as Superstar of the Month! We are excited to have Ashley join our Membership Sales team and look forward to watching her succeed in her new role.

Opt-In Emails Pick and choose what emails you wish to receive! The Club has created several monthly opt-in emails focused specifically on your interests! Log into the website and click the “MY CLUB” tab and view “Your Profile.” You will notice the Opt-In group section on the right side of your profile. Select what emails you wish to receive and make sure to click the “Update Opt In Groups” button when you finish. For example, by opting-in to the “Sports Club Foodies” or the “Tennis Events & Activities” lists, this tells us you would like to receive these specific emails. Be the first to receive emails about special discounts, exclusive event information and entertaining articles from our Club Managers. Make sure to click this button to save your preferences. | 4

Meet Keith RosenkranzOur Iron Member

Jessica Asaff, Memeber Relations Manager

rest against. The next day I ran a mile on the treadmill. I don’t know which was harder, the mile run or walking up the stairs to leave the club afterwards.”

me. ‘You’re the guy who couldn’t run around the block three times with my brother. What makes you think you can complete an Ironman?’”

As the weeks passed, Keith’s level of fitness increased dramatically. His swim and run distances continued to improve and he began to entertain the thought of running in the Dallas White Rock Marathon.

“If I’m not flying, I come to the Club every day. I have made several lifelong friends here and truly consider it my heaven! Even though a triathlon is an individual sport, I consider fitness instructors Michelle Miller, Nick Thurman, Lynn Senter, Meg Plotsky and Toni Schuster as teammates. In addition, the attendants in the fitness center and locker room always make me feel special. Why would I want to be anywhere else?”

“My brother-in-law would visit from the east coast every December and run in the race. I thought it would be fun to surprise him and run with him, so I signed up.”

You’ve probably seen him swimming endless laps in the pool or peddling alone on the spin bike. Or perhaps you’ve arrived in the Fitness Center for your own personal workout, seen him running on the treadmill, then departed an hour or two later and noticed him still running! After almost three years as the Member Relations Manager, I started getting curious and lo and behold I had discovered our very own Iron Member. Keith Rosenkranz and his wife Colette joined The Sports Club at Four Seasons as golf members in January 2008 after their twin girls Candice and Kristen had left for college. After realizing January and golf don’t mix well in Texas, Keith took advantage of the fitness facilities in an effort to ‘get off the couch,’ and get into shape. “I was 48 at the time, and I must admit I was pretty soft.” “My first time in the indoor pool was quite a struggle. I couldn’t swim eight lengths without reaching for a wall to 5 |

Keith is a former U.S. Air Force F-16 fighter pilot and combat veteran of the 1991 Gulf War. He has been a pilot with Delta Air Lines since 1991 and he currently flies the B-767ER to international destinations around the world. Keith averages about 11 days flying a month. “Europe is my favorite destination, but on occasion I’ll fly to South America, Hawaii or the Far East. A flying day is always a day off to recover, but I run 6 miles on my layover in whichever city I’m staying in.” With no formal training or coaching, Keith completed the 2008 Dallas White Rock Marathon in 4:12:00. Following the suggestion of a fellow Delta pilot who was also a runner and a triathlete, Keith signed up for his first Ironman triathlon, which consists of a 2.4 mile swim, 112 miles on the bike, and a 26.2 mile marathon. “I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but I was going to turn 50 the following June and thought the Ironman would be a great way to celebrate. My wife Colette laughed at

In January 2009, a few weeks removed from having completed his first marathon, Keith began working with a full time triathlon coach. Gerald Jackson of Negative Split Racing was hesitant to take on a soon to be 50 year old client, but Keith convinced him he had the discipline to do everything his coach would ask of him. Keith gave his coach his monthly flying schedule and he built a personalized training program around it. In addition to the workouts, he taught Keith the importance of training and racing in specific heart rate zones, how to build mental toughness, and how to develop a race day nutrition plan. To prepare for the 2009 Arizona Ironman, which is held in Tempe, AZ each year just before Thanksgiving, Keith completed two sprint triathlon races (500 yard swim, 12 mile bike ride, 5k run); two Olympic distance triathlon races (1 mile swim, 25 mile bike, 10k run); and two half Ironman races (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run). When race day finally came, Keith was more than ready! “Coach Gerald’s advice was simple:

‘Stick to your plan; keep your heart rate at the top of zone 2 on the bike; nail your race nutrition; and don’t be discouraged if people pass you during the swim or on the bike…you’ll pass them during the run. Most importantly, finish with a smile on your face.’” “Race day was incredible. I finished in 13:38:18 and felt like I had plenty left in the tank. I have to admit it was depressing at times watching so many racers pass me on the bike, but I did exactly what Coach Gerald taught me to do. Sticking to the plan, I ran the entire marathon and passed over 500 competitors along the way.” “The months of training can be a grind at times, and race day can be long and arduous, but all of the pain vanishes the last mile leading to the finish line. Hundreds of people line both sides of the course. They call your name and cheer you on as if you’re their hero. As you approach the finish, you spot your family and friends in the stands. It’s a very emotional moment. As you cross the line, the clincher is hearing famed Ironman announcer Mike Reilly call out your name and announce, ‘Keith Rosenkranz, You are an Ironman!!!’” Since then, Keith has completed 5 marathons, setting a new personal best of 3:50:42 in Los Angeles on March 9 at the age of 54. Keith has also completed 10 half Ironman races and 5 full Ironman races. As the oldest in his age group - M50-54 - last November, Keith set a new personal best of 12:51:35 and ranked in the top 750 in the nation for 2013. Keith’s 2014 race schedule consists of the L.A. Marathon in March; the Dallas X-50 triathlon race in June; the Oklahoma City Half Ironman in September; the Austin Half Ironman in October; and the full Arizona Ironman in November. Last year he put in 3,500 miles on the

bike, 1,000 miles running, and 150 miles in the water. As the youngest in a new age group - M55-59, Keith plans to push even harder. “If I’m not flying, I’m in the pool twice a week, on the spin bike twice a week, on the treadmill for 7 mile speed intervals on Fridays and 13 mile runs on Sundays. Long bike rides are reserved for Saturday mornings. I lift weights, stretch religiously, and make as many yoga classes as I can.” “When I’m flying, I have to plan my sleep right. When I arrive at my hotel in Europe, I sleep 3 1/2 hours and then go out for a 6 mile run. Dinner might be schnitzel in Stuttgart, beef in Buenos Aires, or ravioli in Rome. I try to get 6 or 7 hours sleep before the flight to my home base in Atlanta, and then there’s the commute home to Dallas. A good night’s sleep and it’s back to the Sports Club the next morning. Life couldn’t be better!” “I’m often told by friends and fellow members, ‘I could never do what you do.’ If you have the desire to accomplish and the discipline to achieve, you can do it. I got off the couch at 48, so I’m proof that you can.” “The Sports Club facility offers everything you need to accomplish your goals. You don’t have to complete a marathon or an Ironman to be fit and feel good about yourself. There are certainly times when I’d like to sleep in or cut a workout short. But if I’m not mentally strong enough to put in the work in January or June, how am I going to get it done on race day in November?” Keith will turn 55 in June. His motto, “If you’re still climbing, you can’t be over the hill!” | 6

THE WHISKEY DINNER WAS A HIT! Over 50 Members and friends attended the dinner on April 11.

Ilayne Geller and Chuck Hosler with John Schrode and Denise Rubin

Bill and Dottie Mattingly

Nancy Heckman and Katherine Smethie

Elva Firstenberg and Linda Krause

Pub Game Nights

Every Third Tuesday in the Pub 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Enjoy Happy Hour while engaging in a little friendly competition! No reservations required | Guests welcome! Game Nights not held in May, November and December

Pasta Night

Every Wednesday 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Member’s lounge Be the Chef and join us every Wednesday Night in the Members Lounge for a delicious Italian pasta buffet. Choose from a variety or pastas, veggies, meats and sauces. Buon Appetito!

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Gary Popovich and Sharon Kelley with Kate and Patrick Moebel Scott Schmidt and Kristina Kocak

Angie Vandenbrook, Lance Vandenbrook and guests

Erin Owen, Jay Yepuri and Colin Owen

Ke’o’s Chop House Night

Father’s Day Brunch

Every Saturday 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Member’s Lounge The highest quality cuts of mouth watering beef along with fresh seafood options await you.

June 15

Social Sunday Fun-Day

Member’s Lounge Happy Hour

Your Sunday Brunch just got better! Like The Sports Club on Facebook and receive a complimentary mimosa on Sundays in the Members Lounge! Head to, like us and Cheers! Only available on Sundays in the Member’s Lounge

11:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Café on the Green $45 per person Please call the Café for reservations at (972) 717-2420

Monday - Sunday That’s 7 Days a Week! 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. $3.50 Drafts $3.50 Well liquor 50% off select wines by the glass

Ke’o’s Kitchen Ke’o Velasquez, Sports Club Chef

Watermelon is one of my favorite summertime foods. From the pickup truck stands to the market, nothing announces summer’s here like a perfectly ripe slice of watermelon on a hot day. Here is a fun twist on this classic summer snack. Wate r me lo n P i z z a S up r eme Instructions: Slice the watermelon into 8-10 inch rounds and 3/4 inch thick, keeping the rind on. Place watermelon rounds on the grill and char slightly on one side to add a smoky caramelized flavor to the fruit. Remove from the grill and cut into 6 wedges leaving them in the shape of a pizza slice. Place melon

slices on a serving platter and top with arugula, feta, almonds, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil and a squeeze of fresh lime juice. Add salt and fresh cracked pepper if desired.

Ingredients: -1 watermelon -1/4 cup crumbled -feta cheese -1 cup baby arugula -1/2 cup chopped -toasted almonds -Extra virgin olive oil -1 lime -salt and pepper

F FO OO OD DIIE ES S [ Table ]

Foodies Table

Cooking Class Series

This intimate culinary adventure allows you to discuss food, wine, travel and much more while enjoying authentic meals in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.

September 11 - Sauces and Vinaigrettes

Upcoming Foodies Table Dates: June 28 August 23 November 1

Sign up for this entertaining cooking

6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. | The Pub Kitchen $125 per person, all inclusive Limited to 12 guests

own kitchen!

Reservations will open 30 days prior to the events. As always, the Foodies Table will challenge your palette, so no finicky eaters allowed!

Space limited to 20 participants.

November 6 - Risotto’s Racquets | 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. demonstration class. Our very own Club Chefs will share amazing recipes and simple tricks to help you in your $45 | Price does not include wine Great wines will be available at a discounted price.

Register online or contact Membership Services at (972) 717-2525 | 8

2014 Memeber-Member Qualifier The 2014 Memeber-Memeber Mercedes-Benz Qualifier took place on April 26-27 on Cottonwood Valley in perfect spring conditions. Not only was the course blooming but so was the fine play by the eventual Champions, Roger Beynon and Rick Besse who had three eagles and ten birdies over two days. Their only blemish being a single bogey on day one at the tough eighteenth hole. Please congratulate them both on their win and wish them luck when they represent The Sports Club at Pinehurst this fall at the National Championships.

Lady Nelson Classic

First Flight: 1st Mark Bearden & Bill Good 2nd Dan Aldrich & Grant Johnson 3rd Whit Fadal & Peter Gottlieb

The inaugural Lady Nelson Classic was played on Cottonwood Valley May 3, 2014. 24 member-guest teams came out to play in three flights over eighteen holes. The highlight of the event was the guest speaker Peggy Nelson who addressed the players and autographed her book Life with Lord Byron as a special gift. Please congratulate the winning teams below: Overall Net Champions: Lucy Sun & Toby Klein

Low Gross:

Suzanne Kenkel & Janie Carpenter First Flight: 1st Michele Wallace & Mary George 2nd Barbie Traub & Tina MacDonald 3rd Michelle Tomlinson & Marilyn White Second Flight: 1st Lowelle Childers & Crystal Banks 2nd Barbara Gunn & Melinda Dickerson 3rd Sandra Wickham & Ginger Wood Third Flight: 1st Sharon Kelley & Cat Socha 2nd Sandy Cureton & Deborah Blunt 3rd Mindy Heard & Dianne Newsom

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66 net 67 net 69 net 63 net 64 net 68 net 66 net 69 net 70 net

D ifference B etween


133 net 133 net 134 net

Second Flight: 2nd Mike Huffman & Mike Sanders 129 net 3rd Lucien Tujague & George Steel 132 net Third Flight: 1st Rocky Duron & Fernando Vignolo 128 net 2nd Marcus Conroy & Claude Rich 131 net 3rd Dan Stewart & Hank Buberl 134 net Ladies Flight: 1st Lowelle Childers & Daine Fannon 138 net 2nd Amy Brechin & Bette Coolidge 139 net 3rd Margie Hogan & Jody Stewart 140 net Member-Member Champions: Roger Beynon & Rick Besse


Men’s Gross: Jerry Gatti & Steve Nichols


Ladies Gross: Michele Wallace & Lydia Karney


G reens M ower


Y our L awn M ower


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Stephen Tucker, Equipment Manager Often times, we find golfers and non-golfers that don’t know there are significant differences between the machines we use to mow golf greens and what is used on your yard at home. Some of these differences may surprise you. First, a greens mower uses an old fashioned reel verses the standard rotary blade. This technology was designed in the early 1800’s by Edwin Budding who also invented the Spanner (crescent wrench). Unlike the rotary mower, greens mowers height of cut is determined by two rollers instead of wheels. To work properly, both rollers must maintain a deviation tolerance of less than .005” which equates to the thickness of a sheet of paper. Next, reel mowers have a bedknife which stands grass up prior to cutting. Bedknives have to be set at a precise angle so the turf is stood up correctly and ejected properly into a grass catcher. In addition, the reel and the bedknife must be positioned exactly parallel to each other to ensure each blade cuts properly otherwise, you will see significant differences not only in how the greens look but also in the consistency 9 |

at which they roll. The final significant difference between greens mowers and rotary mowers is reel mowers must be level. The bottom of the bedknife and both rollers must be parallel to each other so the machine cuts even across the entire green. A precision ground granite surface plate is used to ensure the machines are parallel within .003”. Up to 6 different machines are used to mow all 18 holes. If each machine is setup with slight differences then your green speeds and ball roll can change from hole to hole which can have a significant impact on whether you sink that putt or you don’t. The process we use is unique and gives us a huge advantage compared to other courses around the world. We invest approximately 700 hours per year maintaining our green mowers to ensure your experience is the best it can be. For those interested in the detail behind this process there is a 9 minute You Tube video I suggest you watch. Go to YouTube and search “advanced leveling of qa5.”

Men’s & Women’s Golf Club Championships June 6 - 8 Cottonwood Valley and TPC 2013 Defending Champions Jake Istnick and Suzanne Kenkel

Couples Sunday Fun-Day June 15 | July 6 | August 10 September 14 | October 12 Tee-Times | Cottonwood Valley On select Sundays throughout the year, couples can participate in an easy yet rewarding golf game. All you have to do is find a couple to play with between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the designated Sundays. Cost: $5.00 for each round.

The Men’s Golf Association held a 24 hour member guest event on May 9-10 on the TPC and Cottonwood Valley just days before the PGA TOUR stars came to town. Participants were rewarded with immaculate playing conditions, fantastic food and comradeship. The tournament format was best ball net using the stableford scoring system. Stableford rewards a net double bogey or higher with 0 points, net bogey with 1 point, net par with 2 points and so on. We would like to thank the 52 members and their guests for playing! Congratulations to our Champions. 1st Bill Good and Patrick Good 83 Stableford points 2nd Steve Nichols and Derron Sabo 82 Stableford points 3rd Lon Kile and Dan Pender 81 Stableford points

24hr MGA Event

Upcoming Golf Events

Each payment goes towards the prize – a Tower IV store credit. For more information, please call Tower IV at 972-717-2530.

Tim’s Tip

Tim Cusick, Director of Golf Instruction Twitter@timcusickgolf

Improving your putting can come from better technique, green reading or improved distance control with your putts. I find by improving your distance control you drastically minimize your three putts which will undoubtedly lower your score. A great practice drill for improving distance control is to putt to the edge of the green. By doing this you’re focusing completely on speed. Pay attention to the length and pace of your stroke and stop the ball as close to the edge of the green as you can. As you improve with this drill, you give yourself a chance to lower your score on the golf course. | 10

Tennis Resorts Online

The World’s Top 100 Tennis Resorts and Camps Tennis Resorts Online, is leading source of tennis-travel information and has released its annual rankings of the Top 100 Tennis Resorts and Camps worldwide. Four Seasons Resort and Club ranked # 24 this year! “These elite reviewers not only have first-hand experience of the resorts and camps they rate but also possess a highly refined sense of what makes a tennis resort or camp great. It is their collective wisdom and judgment that underpins these Top 100 rankings and thus assures their credibility.” says Roger Cox, Editor with The Club sends a big thank you to our Tennis Team, led by John Mullman and Jennifer Owen! They accepted the challenge of regaining our Top 25 status and provide a world class tennis experience for our Members and Resorts guests. “With an excellent system now in place, I am confident that we will secure enough guest surveys over the next 12 months to be considered for Top 10 status this time next year!” says Robin Scott, Director of Sports. Challenge accepted!

T ennis C linics MONDAY



Cardio Tennis Level of Play: 3.0 - above 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

D rills


Early Bird Workout Level of Play: 3.5- 4.5 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

Ladies’ Clinic Level of Play: 3.0 - above 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

THURSDAY Early Bird Workout: Level of Play: 3.5 - 4.5 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

Evening Tennis Clinic Level of Play: 3.0 - above 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.




Early Bird Workout Level of Play: 3.0 - 4.0+ 6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.

MorningWorkout Level of Play: 3.5+ 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Early Bird Level of Play: 3.5+ 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Morning Workout Level of Play: All 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Cardio Tennis (with Hayden and/or Matt) Level of Play: 3.5 - above 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Mixed Doubles Clinic All Levels 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Cardio Tennis Level of Play: 3.5 - above 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Specialty Clinic Level of Play: 3.0 - above 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Specialty Clinic-Forehand Level of Play: 3.0- above 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Afternoon Workout (with Jay) All Level of Play 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Cardio Tennis Level of Play: 3.0 - above 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Check out the Tennis Reception Desk for all your summer accessory needs. We carry swim goggles, hats, visors, sunscreen, drinks and snacks.

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C ongratulations S pring L eague W inners

Monday Night Pro Am - Van Parham Tuesday Night League - Tom Pritchett Thursday Night League - Dean Riddle

2014 Mixed Doubles Club Championships

A Me rc e d e s - B e n z Lo c a l D e a ler To ur nam ent

S ummer L eague S chedule June 9 - July 24 All Leagues will be held on the indoor courts

Wednesday Round Robin 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. $14 per player | All levels welcome

Monday Night Round Robin 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Warmup $16 per player | All levels welcome

Thursday Night Round Robin 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. $16 per player | All levels welcome

Tuesday Night Mixed Doubles 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. $16 per player | All levels welcome

June 6 - 7, 2014

Open, A & B divisions $60 per player - includes tournament, lunch and dinner

Schedule of Events:

June 6 - 5:00 p.m. - Tennis Matchplay June 7 - 10:00 a.m. - Tennis Matchplay 1:00 p.m. - Lunch 5:00 p.m. - Finals, bar opens, dinner in Racquets after play Tournament winners will advance to sectionals in Pinehurst, North Carolina. Park Place will donate $50 to the Irving Healthcare Foundation for every tournament entry.

Please register by June 1st on the Club website or by calling the Tennis Desk at 972-717-2540.

W orld T eam T ennis H appy H our Friday, July 11 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Enjoy the Grill n’ Chill food and drinks and come meet the Texas Wild players before their home match that night against the Philadelphia Freedoms. $20 - Advance Registration $25 - At the Door

W orld T eam T ennis


B ack !

WTT and the Texas Wild are coming back to Four Seasons Resort and Club! Come witness high energy, co-ed tennis like you’ve never seen before! Competition starts on July 6 and runs through July 23 with conference champions on July 24. WTT finals will be played on July 27. Texas Wild’s first home match is July 8 against the Washington Kastles! | 12

S wing , S erve & S plash C amps G olf & T ennis C amps Designed to introduce your child to golf, tennis and swimming, this camp is a blast and a favorite year after year. Space is limited to 48 children Camp 1: June 9-12 Camp 2: June 23-26 Camp 3: July 21-24 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Available to children ages 5 and up. $390 per child | Lunch is included

Four-day Golf and Tennis Camps are fantastic for kids to develop a love for these sports. Our professional instruction team guides the camp kids in learning proper technique, basic fundamentals along with the rules and etiquette of the sport while having a ton of fun! Golf & Tennis Camp Dates: June 2-5 June 16-19 July 7-10 July 14-17 July 28-31 August 4-7 August 11-14 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Available to children ages 5 and up for golf, and ages 4 and up for tennis. $340 per child/per week | Lunch is included

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Not ready to leave camp? Take advantage of the “Stay and Play” package, available for 2 hours each day after regular camp hours. 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m during Swing, Serve and Splash Camps 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. during Tennis and Golf Camps Ages 5 - 6: Enjoy playground time, arts, crafts, movie time and more! Ages 7 and up: Enjoy basketball, relay races, stretching, team fun, and more! $10 daily fee per child *Please note, any child in camp at 3:45 p.m. will automatically be charged the Stay and Play fee. Children 6 and under will Stay and Play in KFAS. 13 |

Jill Gellepes, KFAS Director

SUMMER HOURS AT KFAS Monday - Thursday | 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Friday - Sunday | 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Ages 8 weeks to 6 months on a limited basis only Ages 6 months to 12 years of age, anytime based on availability. Reservations required Hourly fees varies depending on age of your child. Weekly Themes: Bugs, Animals, Texas, Super Heroes, Fairy Tales, Star Gazing, July 4th, Beach fun and more!

SATURDAY YOGA FOR KIDS 11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. Ages 3 and up Cost: $5 Join us in the KFAS Studio every Saturday morning for a fun and playful yoga class! Bring your friends and sign up in the KFAS room prior to class.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY KIDS NIGHT IN MOVIE NIGHT 6:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Kids Night In will now accept children ages two years old and up during the summer months of June, July and August! Cost is only $39 for first child and $20 for each additional child in the same family. Cost includes dinner, drinks and snacks! Kids will have a blast with organized crafts and activities!

PARENTS DAY OUT SUMMER SPECIAL Parents, spend some quality time alone and rest assured your child will have a great time at Kids For All Seasons doing arts and crafts, playing games, enjoying story time and other fun activities! 18 months and older Monday and Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. $20 with advance reservation (lunch is an additional cost) | 14


FRIDAYS AT DUSK | THE FAMILY POOL Frozen May 23 Little Rascals May 30 How to Train Your Dragon June 6 The Sandlot June 13 Epic June 20 Despicable Me 2 June 27 The Incredibles July 4 Inc Planes July 11 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days July 18 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 July 25 Goonies August 1 Monsters University August 8 August 15 Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief August 22 The Croods C August 29 Finding Nemo

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GRILL N‘ CHILL EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT MEMORIAL WEEKEND THROUGH AUGUST 6:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M. Start your weekend off right with an All-American buffet of kid favorites and summer classics! Full bar and refreshments available, along with specialty cocktails themed for each movie night. For more information, please call 972-717-2525.

Saturday Activities at the Family Pool Memorial Day through  Labor Day, the Family Pool is the place to be! Kids of all ages can splash around and enjoy themed games, activities and contests all day long! CARNIVAL GAMES June 7 June 28 July 26 August 16

SPORTS GAMES May 31 June 21 July 19 August 9 August 30

WATER FUN June 14 July 12 August 2 August 23 | 16

Spa Specials Texas Two-Step Happy Hour It really is the happiest hour of the day when you can sit back, relax and enjoy some overdue pampering – you deserve it. The Spa & Salon has just what you are looking for this season with the reinvented Texas Two-Step Happy Hour menu that includes a mini treatment and a Jalapeno Texas Martini. Offer available for a limited time. Cheers!

S weet T ea S urrender P edicure We have partnered with FarmHouse Fresh and The Cultured Cup to give your feet the ultimate summer treat. Sip on a custom blend of Texas Sweet Tea created specifically for Four Seasons Resort and Club. This brew is made with award-winning Indian-Nilgiri black iced tea and blood orange black that pairs perfectly with the clementine scented sparkling soak that will have your toes thanking you. Next, exfoliate with the Sweet Tea Shea Butter Sugar Polish before a nourishing Pink Moon Shea Butter massage. A tall glass of summer indeed. 50 Minutes : $85

Sweet Tea Surrender Body Scrub and Massage

Texas Two-Step Happy Hour Menu: Select two of the following services for just $125

Honey-Magnolia Express Massage – 25 minutes Allow the noise of the day to melt away as you recharge with a Honey Magnolia scented massage focused on where you need it most. We’ll do all the work!

Hot Whiskey Scour – 25 minutes This indulgent intoxicating reward starts with a Bourbon scrub to exfoliate and relieve tired skin on the back followed by hot steamy towels and an Agave Nectar Oil massage.

Feet Up, Boots Off – 25 minutes Famished feet are glazed with a hot Honey Wrap then massaged back to their sense with Velvet Cream. This treatment is sure to provide instant relief for tired feet.

Head and Hand Treatment – 25 minutes A Wild Lime Scalp Massage with hot towel head wrap followed by a citrus-cilantro hand wrap and massage will leave your extremities extremely pleased. Grab the girls and make your Happy Hour reservation at The Spa & Salon by calling 972-717-2555 or request a service online. Happy Hour is available Monday - Thursday from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm, beginning June 1 – August 31, 2014.

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Let the scent of sweet clementine consume the room as you soak in a special blend of grapeseed, olive and orange peel oils that nourish your skin with antioxidants and vitamins. Next, you’re whipped into softness with a Sweet Tea Shea butter sugar polish with notes of ginger tea and peach. Finally, a Pink Moon Shea Butter massage that leaves hints of licorice blossom, powdery-soft spun sugar and fig. 50 Minutes : $140

Wrinkle Repair and Brightening Facial Fall in love with your skin. Experience this highly regenerating corrective treatment that combats the signs of aging. The latest and most effective active ingredients in Natropathica’s 100% skin-loving formulas, Argan Plant Stem Cell, Matrixyl® synthe’6® and Tri-Retinol, work together with cutting edge technology to plump, reduce fine lines and wrinkles while improving skin tone and firmness. A perfect summer treatment to make your skin feel hydrated and smooth. 60 Minutes : $139 Summer treatments and wrinkle repair and brightening facial are available June 1 - August 31, 2014.

Top 5 Must Haves for the Summer New bathing suit? Check. Summer sun dress? Check. Glowing skin from head-to-toe? Hmmmm? If you’re not quite ready for the pool, beach or wherever your summer vacation takes you, these Top 5 handpicked products will help you look your best, from your damage-free hair down to shimmering skin!

Glam Glow - Thirsty Mud Hydrating Treatment $76

ZO - Sunscreen & Primer $72 Kevin Murphy Shimmer Shine $30

Kerastase Nectar Thermique $42

Coola Radical Recovery After Sun Lotion $42

All of these products are available for purchase in The Spa and Salon. | 18

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Summer Sportsline 2014  
Summer Sportsline 2014