DIVOTS Nov. 1, 2017 From the Pro Kim Griggs, PGA November is the true beginning of our season. It is has been great seeing all the snow birds coming back!! The golf course is starting to fill up again and that is nice to see. With that in mind, please be aware of your pace of play. If you are slower group, please do not hesitate to let others play through. Remember our player assistants are only doing their job out on the golf course, please be courteous and listen to their instruction. Fairway & Tee Box Divot Repair Please fill your divots in the fairway & on tee boxes with the sand and seed mix provided. DO NOT fill in divots in the rough. Please fix your ball mark on the greens!!! Fix yours and two more, and this will help keep our greens in great shape.
The Pro Shop & Driving Range will close on Thanksgiving at 2:00 PM so that our staff can enjoy Thanksgiving with their families. Enjoy your Thanksgiving Dinner in the restaurant, or enjoy it with your family!!
Bunker Etiquette The question of where to put the rake (in or out of the bunker) has always been an issue. The PGA recommends that you leave the handle of the rake outside the bunker, and the rake part inside the bunker. This will make it easier for the next person to use the rake. Also, PLEASE enter every bunker from the lowest side (not the steep side). After hitting your sand shot, PLEASE rake and smooth all foot prints and uneven areas for the next person. No one likes to hit out of a foot print or indentation. If we ALL follow these simple rules, I would appreciate it. Checking In When checking in for golf, we now have a cash register (point of sale) at both registers. This should make check in a little faster for everyone Also, it is VERY important that we receive the correct names of the people playing in each group as soon as possible. Making Tee Times Please remember that when you are checking in for a shotgun, it is very busy, so we will ask you to fill out a form for a tee time request and leave it on the pro shop counter. After we send out the shotgun, we will be more than happy to take care of your request. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Calendar of Events Nov 23. – Thanksgiving – Pro Shop Closes @ 2:00 PM
Club Activities TVWGC Nov 7– Fairway Minus Putts (Meeting) Nov 14– Criss Cross Nov 21 – Nassau Nov 22 – 2, 2, 5 Nov 28- Low Gross/Low Net State Medallion # 1 Men’s 18 Hole Golf Club Nov 1– 1-5, 2-4, 3-3 Better Nov 8 – President’s Cup (Match Play) Nov 11 – President’s Cup (Match Play) Nov 15–President’s Cup Final & Stable ford Nov 22– Turkey Shoot – Low Net Ladies 9 Hole Golf Club Nov 2– Speedy Scramble with Handicap Meeting & Lunch to follow. Nov 9– Strokes to the Green Nov 17– Best Ball Gross-Net Nov 23- Thanksgiving (No Game) Men’s 9 Hole Golf Club Nov 2 – Sucker in the Bucket Nov 9 – Play With Buddies – Scramble (Meeting & Burger Bash) Nov 16- No Choice Nov 23- Thanksgiving (No Game) Nov 30 – Whose Score Is It? Hole in One’s Congratulations to Jerry McNally for his hole in one on 10/17/17. Jerry recorded his ace on hole # 7 using a 6 iron from 140 yards. Jerry’s witnesses were Steve Alverdes, George Quigg and Gary Gibson. Congratulations to Dave Chatterton for his hole in one on 10/21/17. Dave recorded his ace on hole # 17 using a pitching wedge from 90 yards. Dave’s
witnesses were Jim Mitchell, Sherwin Koopmans and Al Rotman.
Welcome Back Golf Fiesta Party When: Sat Nov 4 Time: 2:00-4:00 PM Where: The Views Golf Club Driving Range Demo Day Cleveland & Srixon clubs New FootJoy shoe line custom fitting Putting tournament Free chips & Salsa $1 beer & Margaritas (Bev Cart Only) Join us for the fun!!! Prizes and special drawings 20% off special orders on 11/4 only
The Views Golf Club will be hosting a “Yappy Hour” from 4 – 5 PM on Monday, November 27 at the driving range. You are probably wondering what Yappy Hour is? Well, it is a fun, unique opportunity for our pet owners get to know each other over a casual drink while their pups meet and mingle over treats and toys. Yappy Hour is about being friendly and making friends, so please only bring pooches that are comfortable and kind around other dogs.
We will be offering beer and drink specials from 4:00 – 5:00 PM on the beverage cart at the driving range tee, along with special treats for our four-legged friends. Also, world renown dog trainer, Christine Ricci from Bella Dog Psychology & Training, will be giving us valuable tips training you and your dog from 4:15 – 4:45 PM. She will be available to chat, answer any questions you may have, and advise on caring for your pet! So, please invite any animal lovers in your life to join us for fun! Thank you for participating, and we look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces on Monday, November 27. Pup-Friendly Venue Guidelines: Owners invited whose dogs mingle well with others. Guests limited to two dogs per person. Bring pets on leashes, so pups are easier to control. Doggy treats and fresh bowls of water will be available for pets. Donations for local animal shelter such as cash, cans of food or toys will be accepted. With many dogs enjoying playtime and treats, there is inevitably going to be canine cleanup opportunities. To keep the event as sanitary as possible, poop bags, paper towels and covered waste receptacles will be provided as well as hand sanitizer next to the trash for the pet owner who will be responsible for cleaning up after their pooch. Volunteers
We will be hosting a junior golf event on Sat., Nov 18 with approx. 20 9-hole golfers and 25 18-hole golfers. They will be teeing off at 11:15 AM. If anyone would like to volunteer to help us with this event, we would greatly appreciate your help. Please stop by and let us know if you will be available assist us.
Published on Nov 1, 2017