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New Members! WELCOME

FROM THE DESK OF THE G.M. BY ANDY GREEN, GENERAL MANAGER

What an exciting time for our club! Carrollwood Country Club is BACK! I cannot begin to tell you how excited I am about this change and the opportunity that lies before us as we move more into the next chapter of our club. We've been thinking of making this change for over a year now. It just feels right. Our mission has been to create the best family oriented country club in the Tampa Bay area and we strongly felt that in order for us to accomplish this we had to be identifiable to our market. The fact is, the community didn't know who we were or where we were. We had to change that to grow. Putting the word "Carrollwood" back in the name gives us the immediate location identity that we needed. As we market this club going forward it will be much easier for us to tell our story. In the upcoming weeks you will see the club start to transform into our new name. We'll have a new logo with new colors, new signage, new marketing materials and a brand new website! We thank all of you that have supported us in this decision and we hope you can help us spread the word to your friends. Our Members are our best sales people. The club also went through an ownership change at the end of May. Concert Golf is a first class organization with a focus on owning/operating private country clubs. As a staff we are very excited to be employees of Concert Golf. They bring years of private club experience with a management team of skilled professionals. This transaction couldn't have come at a better time. The summer months will give us the opportunity to put this expertise into play and allow us the time to make the necessary improvements to bring our club experience to the next level. Some of these will be immediate including; new lounge chairs at the pool, five new cabanas and a newly painted splash pad. Some of them will come later on but they will be worth the wait. We will continue to update you as they happen. Thank you again for all of your support. This is truly a GREAT time to be a Member of Carrollwood Country Club!!

Craig & Lisa Artz Roger & Roxanne Bartley Heather Brown Ross & Karen Brown William & Kristen Capo Troy & Michelle Caradonna David & Dana Cura Robert D’Orazio & Marilyn Martin Isaac Golden Dieter Carmen Dorso & Elodie Wehle Martin Engelmann Brian & Lisette Fernandez Ignacio Ferras IV Keith & Britney Goan Stu & Kim Holt Christopher & Jessica Irvine Paul & Stephanie Jones Scott & Meg Kohlhepp Harold & Michelle Koster Bob & Karen Marotta Cis Perkins Peter & Nancy Peterson Sean & Christy Pascoe Douglas & Kathleen Rothschild Paul & Leslie Rothenberg Carissa Shamehdi & Ric Cave T.J. & Melissa Shea Shane & Kylie Steed David & Debbie Welte

Welcome Back! Daniel & Allison Hernandez John Little Jimmy & Melony Piloto

CLUB RECIPROCAL BENEFITS As part of your Home Club membership, your benefits extend beyond your Club and give you “Home away from Home” access to ConcertGolf properties. Explore beyond your Club when you are traveling for business or pleasure. Take in a round of golf, a tennis match, a swim or enjoy dining at one of our private clubs.

Your benefits mirror your Home Club privileges. Full Golf Memberships give you complete access to our reciprocal clubs when traveling and afford you member pricing for cart fee and guest fees.

Heathrow Country Club www.heathrowcc.com

The Golf Club of Amelia Island www.golfclubofamelia.com

The Country Club at Woodmore www.ccwoodmore.com

If you are a golf member wishing to make a tee time at of the Reciprocal Clubs, please contact Daren Johnson at x132 or Suzie Herrmann at x123. If you wish to make a dining or tennis reservations, please contact Suzie Herrmann. If you are interested in staying at one of our Amelia Island Hotel Partners, please have Suzie inquire with the Golf Club of Amelia Island for any special member pricing.


member news Upcoming Member Events BY LAUREN ROSENZWEIG, MEMBER EVENTS DIRECTOR

SATURDAY, JULY 13TH Come join us for Crime and Pun-ishment! A traditional Murder Mystery set in the world of 1920's Gangsterland. Mobsters, murder and comic mayhem ensues after the mysterious death of one of the "family". Channel your inner thug in one of The Murder Mystery Company's most popular shows.

Dinner Buffet starts at 6pm and goes until 7:30pm. The show begins promptly at 7:30pm. $45 per person, Includes Buffet & Show Call 813.961.1381 x110 to Make Reservations

Come play Mini Golf inside the clubhouse! Our three Assistant Golf Professionals will design a fun and challenging miniature golf course for you to enjoy! $25 Includes golf, a buffet, and happy hour drink pricing! 6pm-9pm

Call 813.961.1381 x132 to Make Reservations

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beverage news

Greetings from the Clubhouse! BY ALISON NASH, FOOD & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR

This is the start of a very exciting summer with many things planned to entertain all! We have moved “Kids Night” to the pool on Tuesday nights starting at 5:00 pm. Bring the kids down and let our staff entertain them with fun and games while you enjoy some food and drinks with friends. Also fun for the little ones, we are planning “Dive in Movie Night” at the pool on Friday, July 26th and Friday, August 16th with food and drink specials. Every Saturday throughout the summer we will have a water slide for the kids, so come on down and have a refreshing Pina Colada while the kids play! Have you heard of our Bacchus Club yet? It is a great wine club that has many benefits. We have complimentary wine tastings throughout the year exclusively for Bacchus Members. You also receive a discounted price when you attend one our fabulous wine pairing dinners. Another great perk is getting 25% of all bottles of wine while dining in the Clubhouse. If you would like to share your enthusiasm for wine with others please see me for details of becoming a member. I am also very pleased to announce the arrival of our new Executive Chef, Edwin Rolland. Chef Edwin came to us from Concert Golf where he worked at Heathrow Country Club in Orlando. He was instrumental in making all their other clubs Food and Beverage outlets a successful. I can’t tell you how excited I am for you to experience his “made from scratch” creations. So if I haven’t seen you in awhile, or even if I have, please stop by the Clubhouse so I can introduce you to Chef and enjoy our new menu items. I look forward the seeing you soon!

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d’s Night Moved to the Pool! Tuesday Nights Kids meal specials and games!

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Wednesday Nights Test your knowledge and skill while you join us for food & drink specials! 6:30pm - 8:30pm Great Prizes

Thursday Nights We will be featuring a Prime Rib Dinner available in an 8 oz. portion for $10.95 & a 12 oz. portion for $14.95. Served with a salad and baked potato.


Memorial Day Pool Party

Spring Fling


golf news BY DAREN JOHNSON, DIRECTOR OF GOLF We just concluded a very productive season! Membership is up! Rounds are up! And the greens are fantastic! We are a little over a month away from having 27 holes of great putting surfaces. For some of you, it has been over 6 months since you have played Cypress. Our goal is to open Cypress the second week in July! Unfortunately, after we open Cypress we will need to do another round of aerification on both Meadow and Pine. Our tentative dates for aerification are July 9 for Meadow and July 16 for Pine. As mentioned our membership is up which is fantastic news! With an increase in membership and still not having all 27 holes at our disposal the tee sheet still gets very busy Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings. Please be very aware of your pace on the golf course as our goal is to get every group around the golf course in 4 hours or less during these busy periods. Myself and the Assistants Professionals will continue to monitor the course and make slow groups aware of their pace and will ask these groups to please play faster. Fivesomes will continue to be allowed as long as these groups are able to maintain our pace of play standards and not interfere with the flow of the golf course.

We are at the midway point with our chase to The Emerald Cup. Through the first five events of the season (3 MGA & 2 Majors) the top 25 standing are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. T7. T7. 9.

Dave Garcia 137 Phil Findley 107 Earl Michaels 101 Dave Kirschman 89 Anders Forsell 85 Jason Salgado 77 Peter Lagos 75 Earl Yodice 75 Bill Smith 74

10. 11. T12. T12. T12. T15. T15. T17. T17.

Mike Ortiz Tom Watford Mark Heinlein William Mitchel Ken Renspie Brian Armstrong Dale Rodekuhr John Cullaro Frank Crum

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19. 20. 21. T22. T22. T24. T24.

Congratulations to the Final Four Participants in the 2013 Emerald Greens Match Play:

Dave Garcia, Earl Michaels, Frank Crum and Dean Coleman. Dave Garcia defeated Earl Michaels in the final match 2 & 1 to defend his title as Match Play Champion. The top 16 from Match Play were awarded shop credit. Dave Garcia Earl Michaels Frank Crum Dean Coleman Phil Findley Dale Rodekuhr

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Thomas Smith Brian Armstrong Kreg Melton Matthew Mudano Glenn Davis

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Larry Brunner Doug Joseph Bill Smith Bill Goldthorp Ronald Perez Jr.

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Doug Joseph Bob O’brien Ron Perez Jr. John Kohut Kent Roberson Larry Brunner Bruce Katz

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Call 813.961.1381 x132 to Make Reservations


golf news Women's Golf Association BY DEB HAYDEN, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Ira Gershwin told us,”Summertime and the living is easy”. Bananarama sang of the “Cruel, Cruel Summer”. Sly and the Family Stone revealed there’s “Hot fun in the Summertime”. Martha Reeves and the Vandellas warned of the coming “Heat Wave”. Which ever song sets your toes tapping, summer is here. Don’t let the heat and humidity get you down. Get an early tee time and afterwards pour something tall and cool. After 2 days of fierce competition, Vicki Schnurr is the 2013 WGA Stroke Play Champion. Marilyn Connors was 1st net in flight #1. In flight #2, Ann Barclay was 1st gross and Dianne Ferris, 1st net. Congratulations to all. Officers for the 2013-2014 season were elected in May utilizing for the first time the email voting option. Many thanks to the ladies who have agreed to lead our organization. President – Pat Riggs Vice President – Liz Lagos Treasurer – Kathy McGlone Corresponding Secretary – Cynthia Cohen Recording Secretary – Sandie Peer The WGA took a quick trip “Around the World in 18 Holes” on May 23rd during the President’s Tournament. This fun, low-key scramble allowed the membership to extend their heart-felt thanks to outgoing President, Nancy Williamson for a job very well done. The 1st place team included: Ann Barclay, Shirley Casey and Liz Lagos. In second place were Tamara Brown, Dianne Ferris and Suzie Patteson. Special thanks to Nancy Chango and Liz Lagos for making the day so special for everyone. Nancy Pulliam has been named “Most Improved” golfer for 20122013. This award goes to the member who has had the greatest percentage of improvement in her handicap from November 1, 2012 to May 15, 2013. Nancy, your hard work really shows! This year’s Ringer Board champion is Suzie Patteson. Suzie posted the lowest series of scores for Pine/Meadow (65) over this season. Awesome job! Mark your calendars... September 5th – “Sip & Socialize” - in the Emerald Room. Greet friends you haven’t seen all summer and meet new WGA members. September 12th – WGA league opening day. Wishing you no 3-putts… “In golf, as in life, it’s the follow through that makes the difference” Anonymous


NETWORKING LUNCH Thursday July 25th 11:45 registration

No fee to attend, and reserved for Members only. Monthly meetings will be on the last Thursday of the month.

Come Meet Your Fellow Members and Grow Your Business! RSVP with Suzie Herrmann at 813 961-1381 ext.123 or sherrmann@emeraldgreensgcc.com

Host your child’s Birthday Party at the Oasis & we will take care of everything! Splash Bash Pool Party $395

Parties are available on Saturdays & Sundays from 11:30am-2:00pm or 3:00pm – 5:30pm Splash Bash Pool Party Includes: Up to 20 Kids + Parents 2.5 Hours of Party Room & Pool Use Pool Guest Fees for All Non-Member Guests Lifeguard designated to party Access to Olympic Sized Swimming Pool, Splash Pad, Playground & Grass Play Area Party Room with White Table Coverings 3 Large Pepperoni Pizzas & 3 Large Cheese Pizzas Assorted Popsicles & Lemonade Additional Platters Available for Purchase

ENTERTAINMENT

The slide is back! Every Saturday from 10am – 6pm until August 15th the club will have a Inflatable Waterslide. Slides can be rented on other days.

Contact our Catering Department for more information. Catering@emeraldgreensgcc.com or 961-1381 x 134


rec center news From The Rec Center BY JIM KELLY, DIRECTOR OF RECREATION & AQUATICS

I hope everyone is having a great summer! I know it is warm out so what better way to cool of than join us at the pool! Don’t forget that every Saturday, from now until the middle of August, we will have an inflatable waterslide available at the pool, as well as, the All-Star Sports inflatable where you can try your hand at throwing a Football, shooting a Basketball, hitting a Baseball, kicking a Soccer ball and more! Don’t miss out on our Tuesday Kids Nights poolside! There are organized games and activities for the kids and specials at the Oasis Bar & Grille. Also coming up on July 26th and August 16th we will be bringing back our Family Dive-In Movies. Come out to the pool for a fun filled evening of watching your favorite movie while floating in the pool. The Oasis Bar & Grille will be open for all your refreshment needs. We are always trying to improve your experience at the Recreation Center and if you have any comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to stop by the front desk and ask for one of the comment cards. I can assure you that each one is seen by management Finally, don’t forget about our Swim Lesson and Resort Sports Camp Programs! We still have openings this summer and I would also like to encourage you to get some friends together and come to the pool for an afternoon visit or to one of the events mentioned above. Remember we are here for your enjoyment and we look forward to seeing you all poolside this summer.


The Carrollwood Village Swim Team (CVST) had a great Private Club League Season (PCL) and especially the Open Water Season. In this year’s PCL meet, CVST many great performances while traveling to Belleair Country Club, Carlouel Yacht Club, Tampa Yacht Club and Lakeland Yacht Club and hosting Palma Ceia Country Club for Dual Meets. CVST also hosted all nine teams from the league for the Annual PCL Relay Meet where there were close to 700 swimmers and spectators visited the Emerald Greens Recreation Center for the meet. In Open Water Swimming, CVST shined at the Florida State Championships, held in Ft. Myers at the Mirromar Lakes Beach & Country Club. CVST finished sixth in the state as a team with only six team members participating. All six scored in their events: Abby Forman (11) medaled in the Girls 2.5K Race finishing 3rd; Daryl Pickerell (14) and Zach Bowles (14) finished 8th & 9th respectively in the 13-14 Boys 5K Race; Emma Volz (18) & Maria Zambito (18) finished 3rd & 7th respectively in the Open Women’s 5K Race; and Corey Stein (18) finished 6th in the Open Men’s 5K Race. All of these races were held in Lake Miromar. All of these swimmers also competed in the Crippen Mile Race the evening prior to the State Championships, a short sprint type Open Water event, where Volz again finished 3rd and Zambito 5th this time in their Age Group. Less than a week later, the CVST Seniors headed over to St. Pete Beach for the Annual Hurrican-Man 2.4 Mile Rough Water Swim, held off the coast in the Gulf of Mexico. In this event, there were no team scores, however Volz really stepped up her game and took the Over All Women’s Champion Award in the 500+ swimmer event. Zambito finished 4th in the Open Age Group and Stein was 5th in the open Age Group. Interested in joining the team? CVST at Emerald Greens is always looking for interested swimmers!! Come out and join us for FUN, FITNESS & FRIENDS! Tryouts are offered every week during the summer, just give us a call (813-961-1368) and let us know you want to tryout. Now is the time to take the plunge and join the group! Get into the swim of things this spring - make some friends, get your fitness and have a lot of fun! For more information call us at 961-1368 or visit our web site at www.CVST.org. If you are ready for the team after your tryout, you’re invited to try a week of practice on us!

Congratulations to all of our CVST Swimmers on great PCL & Open Water Seasons.

CVST Has Great PCL & Open Water Seasons

CVST Swimmer of the Month Award Winners April 2013 - Tyler Sorensen (15) - Word around the pool deck is that Tyler Sorensen (15) is someone to watch. For the month of April, the Carrollwood Day School Freshman dropped a whopping total of 41.97 seconds. Tyler swam no event longer than 100 yards, went 8 for 8 in best times, broke 30 seconds for the first time in his 50 yard Freestyle and for his efforts is the CVST April Swimmer of the Month. Way to go Tyler and keep up the good work. May 2013 – Emma Volz (18) - For his efforts this Open Water Season, the CVST coaching staff has named Emma Volz as the 2013 May Swimmer of the Month. At the 2013 Florida Swimming Open Water Championships in Fort Myers, Florida, Emma finished 3rd in the Women’s 5K Race, helping lead her team to a top 6 finish in the State. Less than a week later, Volz led the way again, however this time she led everyone in the Annual Hurricane-Man 2.4 Mile Rough Water Swim, held off the coast of St. Pete Beach, in the Gulf of Mexico. Volz won the Overall Champion Award with the fastest women’s time in the event and 5th fastest time, male or female in the 500+ swimmer event. Congratulations Emma and keep up the great work!

CVST High Points: • Corey Stein (18) committed to California Baptist University, as a member of the Lancer’s Men’s Swimming Team, where he will swim this fall. • Kaitlyn Labella (8) was the winner of the 8&Under Girls Individual High Point Award at the Dick Smith/Carlouel Invitational, held May 4th, in Clearwater Beach. • Logan Ingerick (9) won the 9-10 Boys 2nd Place High Point Award at the Dick Smith/Carlouel Invitational, held May 4th, in Clearwater Beach, • CVST’s 8 & Under Girls 100y Medley Relay & 100 Butterfly Relay both made up of Kaitlin Depies, Sara Smith, Abby Eash, Kaitlyn Labella, brought home the gold at the PCL Relay Meet, held May 17th at Emerald Greens. • CVST’s Boys Creschendo Relay made up of Ethan Elliott (8), Logan Igerick (9), Logan Tirheimer (11), Daryl Pickerell (14) and Corey Stein (18) opened the PCL Relay Meet held at Emerald Greens with a first place finish in the most important race of the evening! • Ella Herron (6), won her first two events ever at the Belleair Country Club Dual Meet, held in May where she got the Blue Ribbons in the 6&Under Girls 25 Freestyle and 25 Backstroke. • Josh Selig (8) won the 8&Under Boys Individual High Point Award at the CVST Tampa Bay Swim Classic, held May 31-June 2nd at the Northshore Pool in St. Petersburg. • Maria Zambito (18) has announced that she will be attending USF this Fall, continue to swim for CVST and join the CVST Coaching Staff as the new Bronze Practice Group Coach.


tennis news Become More Consistent from the Baseline

Take the Rally Speed Test BY CHRIS CARY, TENNIS DIRECTOR Rally speed is the greatest pace at which a player can rally the ball in a neutral baseline position without error. Knowing and periodically monitoring your rally speed is a great reference point in establishing real improvement and helpful in being consistent from the baseline. From the coach’s stand point, it is a clear place to refer to when a student is either inconsistent or not forceful enough in a “neutral” rally situation (when you are neither offensive or defensive).

SUMMER TENNIS CAMP Session IV July 8th - 12th Session V July 15th - 19th Session VI July 22nd - 26th Session VII July 29th - August 2nd Session VIII August 5th - 9th

HALF DAY CAMPS & HOURLY CLASS OPTIONS

The purpose of rallying in a point, remember, is to open up your offensive opportunities and to prevent your opponent from taking the offensive putting you on the defensive. Players realizing their limits and staying within their current rally speed win matches -- lots of matches! One such player at Emerald Greens is Terra Brady. Terra has tortured opponents for years with her consistency -- a skill she has maintained mainly because she is aware of her rally speed and never tries to over hit beyond the speed she owns.

Small Net Half Day Camp: $150.00 Members $175.00 Their Guests 9:00 AM - 1:00 P.M. Monday - Friday • Ages: 4 to 7

Many club players tend to over hit -- emulating the pros’ rally speed without putting in the same time to learn efficient strokes and “grow the talent” through repetition. Finding out your actual rally speed can be humbling but very helpful; especially if you truly want to improve.

This Camp is designed to give beginners plenty of fun and encouragement while using larger depressurized tennis balls and smaller nets.

Here is how to test your current rally speed: 1. The Coach feeds the ball from the side of the court to Player A and starts his stopwatch as the Player makes contact with the ball. 2. Player A hits the ball to Player B. 3. A and B continue a baseline rally at a speed which allows them to make no mistakes. 4. The Coach stops the stopwatch as player A makes contact with the ball after both players have successfully completed a ten ball rally. This time is recorded as the Player’s speed.

Other guidelines: • Both backhands and forehands must be played in the test. • Players must not volley a ball on the baseline that would otherwise have been out. • Players must co-operate to achieve a realistic score. No half-volleys or purposely hit short balls must be played before the baseline. • Players should have a number of attempts at the Test with many different partners to achieve an individual score. During the historic 1995 Men’s US Open Final between Sampras and Agassi an absolutely incredible point was played from the baseline which included 20 of the hardest struck groundstrokes recorded up till that time. During this rally a ten ball succession was timed at 10.5 seconds! Most of our 4.5 players will find that their speed will be around 16 or 17 seconds. Once you find your rally speed, be encouraged. Knowing the reality of your current ability is absolutely necessary for future improvement. So, if your current rally speed winds up being only 20, you can set your goal to get to 18 by January. Players discovering that they were trying to rally faster than their ability allows, will find instant improvement once they slow down to the speed they actually own. Good luck finding and staying within your rally speed.

10 & under Half Day Camp: $150.00 Members $175.00 Their Guests 9:00 AM - 1:00 P.M. Monday - Friday • Ages: 7 to 10 Students are prepared for USTA 10 and Under Tennis Competition with the focus on both strokes and matchplay on a 10 and under sized court.

High School Prep Classes: $60.00 Members $80.00 Non-members 10:00 AM to 12 Noon Monday - Friday • Ages: 11 to 18 Two hours of daily tennis instruction with fitness designed to help students make their high school team and begin enjoying match play as well as tournament competition.


League Tennis News & other Happenings BY NOLA SMITH, TENNIS REPRESENTATIVE / CAPTAIN / SUNCOAST LEAGUE

The sizzling days of summer are upon us and so it is with gratitude that our Leagues take a break from competitive play.  Our 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0 USTA teams just finished their respective seasons and continued to be very competitive and still have FUN!  Our Tuesday Suncoast team finished in the middle of the standings (out of 14 doubles teams), and we are very happy to announce that our Wednesday Interbay team finished 3rd, and we now have a bright blue banner hanging at our tennis courts.   Congratulations!!  Team members were:  Carol Cotney (captain), Mary Klein (overall Chairperson of Interbay), Holly Charles, Linda Kraft, Char Turk, Becky Pfeiffer, Heidi Linville, Terry Rizzo, Kathy Mudano, Julie Renspie, Mary Carow, Patty Lynn, Lucille Bartelt and Jill Gideon.  We had a successful Morning Star tournament with over 100 participants. Silent auction items, 50/50, trophies to the winners, tennis bags to all who played in the tournament, and wonderful support from our Club.  ...and so we continue our tennis through the summer with weekly round robins, Wacky Wednesday fun tennis, clinics, our new Mixed Doubles league on Sundays, our First Friday tennis socials, the July 4th Tennis Revolution.  As you can tell, our tennis courts "never sleep".  For more information on anything happening at our courts, please contact Chris Cary, our Director of Tennis.  A big thank you to all the members who support  so many of our leagues and events....and to our captains....Sharon Saleh (3.0 USTA), Carol Cotney (Interbay), Janet Fox (3.5 USTA), Terry Rizzo (4.0 USTA), Marlene Miller, Nicole Callen, Beverly Glantz,, Sandy Baker and Holly Charles (Senior League captains,), Jerry Valdez (captain of the Men's 4.0 USTA),  and Kristine Creely (for putting together the Wacky Wednesday & Mixed Doubles League).  Good tennis everyone!

UPCOMING EVENTS July 4th Team Tennis Revolution 9:00 am to 12:00 noon Deadline: June 27th Members Only Included: Snacks and Drinks and Prizes for winning team Cost: $10.00 per person Format: Members pick their own teams of 2 women 2 men/ 2 different divisions

July 5th, August 2nd First Friday Tennis Mixer with NEW FORMAT! 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. Cost: $10.00 per person For: Members and their guests Sign up: at Emerald Greens Recreation Desk

August 12th After School Junior Tennis Program Sign up: at Emerald Greens Recreation Desk

Nola WEEKLY CLASSES Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00pm Billions of Balls Tennis Work Out $15.00 per person


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Main Clubhouse........813-961-1381 Dining Reservations..............................x110 Event Reservations...............................x110 Bar/Grille & TO-GO Orders....................x150 Member Billing Questions.....................x125 Golf Shop.....................................961-1369 Rec Center/Aquatics/ Tennis/ Fitness........................................961-1368 Security......................................263-8660

13903 Clubhouse Dr. Tampa, FL 33618 www.EmeraldGreensGCC.com

Hotel.........................................961-9400

Administrative Staff & Management Andy Green...........................................x124 General Manager agreen@emeraldgreensgcc.com Denise Martinez....................................x123 Director of Sales dmartinez@emeraldgreensgcc.com Lauren Rosenzweig................................x128 Member Event Director lrosenzweig@emeraldgreensgcc.com

Carrollwood Country Club

Daren Johnson.......................................x133 Director of Golf djohnson@emeraldgreensgcc.com Chuck Cakmakci Golf Course Superintendent ccakmakci@emeraldgreensgcc.com Shawn Gordon...............................956-1664 Director of Instruction Alison Nash..........................................x136 Food & Beverage Director anash@emeraldgreensgcc.com Maggie Dillon.......................................x134 Catering Sales Director mdillon@emeraldgreensgcc.com Brent Pope....................................961-9400 Resort Director brent@stayandplaytampa.com Jim Kelly.......................................961-1368 Director of Recreation & Aquatics jkelly@emeraldgreensgcc.com Chris Cary....................................961-1368 Director of Tennis tennis@emeraldgreensgcc.com Kathy Wan............................................x126 Controller kwan@emeraldgreensgcc.com

hours of operation Golf Shop

Tuesday – Friday: 7:00am – 6:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am – 6:00pm

Practice Facility

Tuesday – Sunday: 7:00am – 7:00pm

Dining Room Bar & Grill

Tuesday: 11:00am – 7:00pm Wednesday – Friday: 11:00am – 9:00pm Saturday: 11:00am – 7:00pm Sunday: 9am – 4:00pm Sunday Breakfast will be served from 9:00am - 12:00noon

Happy Hour

Tuesday – Friday: 5:00 – 7:00pm Saturday: 5:00 – 7:00pm

Turn Grille

Tuesday – Thursday: 7:00am – 1:00pm Friday – Sunday: 7:00am – 3:00pm

Beverage Cart

Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Oasis Pool Grill

Monday – Sunday: 11:00am – 7:00pm

Recreation Center

Monday – Thursday: 6:00am – 9:00pm Friday: 6:00am – 8:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 8:00am – 8:00pm

Edwin Rolland Executive Chef erolland@emeraldgreensgcc.com

Tennis Courts

Janice Fiorello...............................961-1368 Activities Director jfiorello@emeraldgreensgcc.com

Administrative Office

Monday – Thursday: 8:00am – 9:00pm Friday – Sunday: 8:00am – 8:00pm Monday: 9:00am – 3:00pm Tuesday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:30pm (Saturday: Membership Office Open by Appt.)

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Carrollwood Country Club Newsletter July/Aug 2013