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LIVING FOR MEMBERS OF HAMMOCK BEACH RESORT
MEM BERSHIP E V E N T S 1. | Member Member Golf Championship 2. | 2016 Hammock Cup 3. | Men’s Tennis Super Sunday 4. | HEAD Racquet Sports Demo & Play Day 5. | Stayin’ Alive–A BeeGees Tribute
INSIDE THIS ISSUE: C O M P L I M E N TA R Y T E N N I S “ S I N G L E S 10 1” VA L E N T I N E ’ S D AY O P T I O N S AT AT L A N T I C G R I L L E & D E L F I N O S 1
Advisory Board of Governors Update, b y Pre si d e n t, B ob Van N os t rand
In anticipation of our first ABOG meeting on January 25, each of the five standing committees have met and started the conversation about the issues they now face as well as setting objectives for 2016. I attended all but the Member- Relations meeting, greeting our 21 new committee members and reminding them all that they need to represent the interests of all our 1000+ club members. Each committee has been tasked by me to come up with one major can’t miss objective - and then add other objectives as well. For some committees, based on past years’ experience, I went as far to actually set that objective. Member Relations is a perfect example - where having been both a member and chair one need just jumped out at me - increasing communications from the ABOG and making service on ABOG and ABOG committees more attractive to the membership. I want to avoid wholesale recruitment of volunteers - and would like to think that we would be able to actually hold ABOG elections and give the incoming ABOG a lengthy list of committee volunteers. Another committee where I established the objective is Food and Beverage. Having been a member of F & B for two years, I shared the exasperation of the group in trying to get major menu changes to our lunch and dinner menus. While the adding of a “restaurant manager “position is likely to help - the goal for the committee this year is to work with club management to come up with truly new menus. Not just a different glaze on the salmon or the sauce on the chicken - but new offerings hopefully based off previous success with daily and weekly specials. All this done knowing there is a strong possibility that the Atlantic Grille will be gone by year’s end. For the Golf Committee, I have left that goal up to them. To frame the issue, I did suggest that they might consider targeting low attendance tournaments like the Club Championship and Couples Championship. While our Invitational and Member-Member routinely draw attendance over 90- the former tourneys have languished with attendance of 30 or less. Identifying the underlying reasons and making responsive changes to address those issues would be time well spent. Our Social committee has made a considerable effort in adding new events like offsite entertainment with transportation and changing up some of our mixers to include entertainment and dancing. Their goal for 2016 is to maximize the use of the finite club entertainment budget - providing a variety of club subsidized entertainment that reaches as many members as possible. At the January meeting there was considerable discussion about the New Year’s Eve Gala where attendance has dropped off considerably the past few years. They will address this event and look at numerous options to make this more attractive - starting with a survey monkey to gauge interest in various potential changes. Last, but not least, our Sports and Leisure committee covers a variety of areas including Tennis, Fitness, Spa and Pools. Twice last year ABOG discussed potentially splitting this committee into two separate committees and both times the ABOG, with strong support from the committee decided against that change based on the variety of represented interests on the committee. They face an additional major issue - maintaining current Spa and Fitness facilities that will eventually be replaced, hopefully during 2016. It is this reality that frames their key objective for 2016 - finding that fine line of maintaining current facilities and offerings knowing full well that there will be no significant capital expenditures forthcoming. All in all - should be a busy and interesting year for all our ABOG Committees!
2016 Member Member Championship Thursday, March 17-Saturday, March 19 Schedule of Events:
Thursday, March 17 6pm Tournament Registration & Welcome Reception – Lodge Tent
Friday, March 18
Men’s Division 7am Continental Breakfast – Hammock House 8:30am 1st Round Shotgun Start on the Ocean Course
Women’s Division 7am Continental Breakfast – Conservatory Dining Room 8:30am 1st Round Shotgun Start on the Conservatory Course
Saturday, March 19 Women’s Division 7am Continental Breakfast – Hammock House 8:30am 2nd Round Shotgun Start on the Ocean Course
Men’s Division 7am Continental Breakfast – Conservatory Dining Room 8:30am 2nd Round Shotgun Start on the Conservatory Course
6pm Awards Dinner & Dance with Live Entertainment – Ocean Ballroom Entry Fee: $195 per Member (plus tax) Entry Fee includes prizes, tee gift and social functions. Cart Fees not included and are additional for non-Cart Plan Members. $30 (plus service charge and tax) per event for non-participating Members attending the Welcome Reception or Awards Dinner Please return completed entry form to the Membership Office at: Fax 386.246-5695 · Email [email protected]
Entries must be received in writing by March 12. Phone entries not accepted. Cancellations after March 12 will be charged a full entry fee.
2016 Hammock Cup February 16 & 18
The 9th Annual Hammock Cup is a Men’s only fun event that provides the opportunity to play matches at both Hammock Dunes as well as Hammock Beach. The Hammock Cup is a two-man team event for all handicap levels. This year, we have eliminated the scheduled food and made it a noon start – which means we can avoid frost and cancel the event in case we get weather like 2015! The format for this event will be fourball matches (best ball of the twosome match play) with the following requirements: • Form your own two-man team • Team MUST commit to play both days
• Only two matches played, during the same week • 8-Stroke handicap differential is in effect between partners
With the HB Member-Member only four weeks later, this is the perfect practice opportunity for that event! Registration is limited to the first 22 teams to sign up. Tournament dates are as follows: First Round Matches: Tuesday, February 16 • The Conservatory • 12pm Shotgun Start Second Round Matches: Thursday, February 18 • Hammock Dunes Links Course • 12pm Shotgun Start Cost includes golf, hors d’oeuvres, gratuity and tax: Cart Plan Members $45 for both matches • Non Cart Plan Members $70 for both matches “Happy Hour” bar pricing on beverages available after play Click Here to Register by Friday, February 12
Finish your swing!
By Brad Hauer, Director of Golf
We tend to give many areas of our golf swing attention, such as grip and backswing, but rarely do we focus on our finish. A proper finish is crucial in hitting a great golf shot. When we finish correctly, our weight is transferred to the middle of our left foot, the left knee is slightly flexed, and our belt buckle is pointing slightly left of our target. Our hands are the same height as our ears or a little above. The proper transfer of weight to the left foot will help us to maximize our distance, so make sure that your weight is transferring to the ball of your left foot. If you are not sure that you are finishing properly, try this drill. Simply hold your finish position until the ball lands. Once the ball lands, try to lift up your right (or back foot). This will give you a very good idea whether or not you are properly shifting your weight to your left foot. If you are not completely satisfied with your ball striking lately, make a better effort to swing to your finish!
Couples Golf Sunday, February 14 at 9am on the Ocean Course • 18 holes Sign up or cancel by 5pm Feb. 12. Sunday, March 13 at 9am on the Conservatory Course • 18 holes Sign up or cancel by 5pm Mar. 11. Couples Golf is designed to be a non-competitive social golf event. These events feature a 9 or 18 hole Scramble, Shamble or Best Ball with beer, wine and hors d’oervres after play. Couples may select other couples to be paired with or the Golf Shop will pair you. Entry Fee: $30 + tax Per Couple and $15 Per Person Cart Fee, if applicable. Click here to sign up by 5pm the Friday prior. Cancellations must be made on-line by 5pm the Friday prior to avoid a full charge
Valentine’s Day Mixed Doubles Tennis Round Robin
Complimentary Tennis Program Singles 101 “Singles 101” will be offered beginning February 1-13 for experienced players looking to add another dimension to their game. Basic concepts and strategies for singles will be highlighted. “Singles 101” will be offered on Mondays and Wednesdays at 5PM as well as Saturdays at 11AM.
Please join us for a Valentine’s Day mixed doubles round robin with a “Cinderella” theme. Sunday, February 14, 2016 Yacht Harbor Village Courts • 10am-12pm
Racquets will be provided.
Sign up will be limited to the first 16 Men and 16 Women followed by a waiting list.
Click Here to register using the Tennis Calendar.
Click here to register by 5pm Thursday, Feb 11. Cancellations must be made prior to 5pm on Feb 11 to avoid a full charge
Men’s Tennis Super Sunday
Tennis “Stroke of the Month”
February 7, 2016 • 10am-12pm
3rd Wednesday of the Month at 10am
Just for the Guys - a fun morning of competitive drills, games, and match play accompanied with a deli buffet, beers, and camaraderie at Yacht Harbor Village afterward. Cost: $25 (plus service charge & tax)
Come to the Tennis Center and increase your Tennis skills by learning a new stroke! Click here to register by 5pm on Tuesday prior to the event.
Full participation is required to be eligible for door prizes, giveaways, and raffles! Click here to sign up by Feb 5. Cancellations must be made by 5pm on Friday, Feb 5 to avoid a full charge.
Hammock Beach Women Tennis Teams, 3.0 and 3.5 at the Top!
The 3.0 Monday Lite Hammock Beach Women’s Team (GVTL North) came in 1st place for the Winter Season. Our Team exceeded our expectations by 111 points. This guarantees the 3.0 Hammock Beach Team a spot in the play-offs at the end of the Spring season. The GVTL 3.0 Lite Monday Teams is comprised of 13 Teams: North (6 teams) & South (7 teams). Team Members (15): Nancy George (Captain), Jana Haberern (Co-Captain), Stacey Effner (coordinator for team clinics & practices) Cindy DeAngelo (asst/Co-Captain), Linda Barczak, Natalya Gordon, Ginny Grant, Mia Marchio, Rhonda Miller, Guisela Carrascosa, Barb Murphy, Glenna Pruitt, Becki Furbee, Maite Delamerens, Nancy Plum (she will be missed) . The Hammock Beach 3.5 Friday Lite GVTL Women’s Tennis Team is ranked #1 after the first half of the season. The 3.5 Lite league is comprised of nine teams. This guarantees this Hammock Beach team a spot in the play-offs at the end of the season. Team members: Jan Cullinane (Captain), Lois McDermott (Co-Captain), Nanci Carstens, Jane Davidson, Donna Otto, Cindy DeAngelo, Susan Harvin, Jane McFadden, Nancy George, Glenna Pruitt, Jana Haberern, Tema Kissin, Sharon Cook, Rhonda Miller, Vicki Rudomanski, and Sara Hale. Congrats to the team members of both teams, and to the Hammock Beach Tennis Center Staff: Gene Paul, Kait, Don, and Steve. Their dedication and expert coaching help give us the winning edge.
THE 5 ELEMENTS OF A GOOD SERVE By Gene Paul Lascano, Director of Tennis When it comes to serving, the number one priority for many players at the club level is trying to serve as hard as they can. Believe it or not, power is not the most important characteristic to a good serve. In fact, there are four things that matter more.
3. Serve the ball deep into the service box Once you have mastered consistency and placement, work on the hitting the ball with good length. The deeper into the service box you can hit your serve, the harder it will be for your opponent to take charge of the point. This is essential particularly in doubles as it can prevent your opponents from rushing the net off the return. 4. Serve with spin The ability to serve with spin is difficult to master, but it increases your margin of error without sacrificing racquet head speed. Most players struggle with generating spin on their serves due to the fact that they use the incorrect grip. Remember to use a continental grip and you will have access to both a slice and kick (topspin) serve.
1. Get your serve in It doesn’t matter if you can serve 130MPH if doesn’t land in the service box. When serving, it is always better to start the point as it immediately puts the burden on your opponent to make the next shot. If you double fault and fail to put your serve in play, you’re basically giving a free point away.
5. Serve with power Serving with power is your final priority. Once you have mastered the other four elements: consistency, placement, depth, and spin---BOMBS AWAY!
2. Hit your serve to different locations Once you are able to get your serve in on a regular basis, your next focus should be placement. Typically, most players favor one of their groundstrokes. If you can place the ball to their weakness from the start of the point, you have a better chance of dictating play.
HEAD Racquet Sports Demo & Play Day Wednesday, February 24 Please join us for a fun day of tennis where you will be given the opportunity to try all the latest racquets from HEAD!
Schedule of Events 3-3:30pm Overview of current HEAD racquets & products • Warm-up with Tennis Pros 3:30pm-6pm Drills, Games and Double Play 6-8pm Reception with light buffet and drawings for door prizes. Full bar available with Member preferred pricing. $20 Member | $30 Guest (plus service charge & tax) *Includes tennis play, light buffet and drawing for door prizes. Click here to register by 5pm Friday, Feb 19. Cancellations must be made prior to 5pm on Feb 19 to avoid a full charge.
Tennis Club Singles Championship Friday-Sunday, March 11-13, 2016 Men’s and Ladies Club Singles Championship: Two divisions for each Category: 3.0 and below or 3.5 and above Entry Fee: $10 + tax per player Click here to register by 5pm Monday, March 7. Cancellations must be made prior to 5pm on March 7 to avoid a full charge.
Super Bowl Sunday in Loggerheads February 7, 2016 • Open from 4pm
Club Members Enjoy Happy Hour All Day
Game Day Menu
Chicken Wings $12 Buffalo Style Chicken Wings with Fresh Cut Celery and Bleu Cheese Dressing
Turkey Club Classic $13 Ham, Turkey, Smoked Bacon, melted Provolone, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Chipotle Mayo, & French Fries
Black Angus Burger $14 8 Oz. Black Angus Burger, served on a Toasted Lightly Dusted Cornmeal Bun with Choice of Cheese; Lettuce, Tomato and Onion, and French Fries
Hammock Club Salad $18 Crisp Iceburg Lettuce with Turkey, Ham Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Sharp Cheddar Cheese and Creamy Ranch Dressing
Thin Crust 9” Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza $14
AT L A N T I C G R I L L E
Valentine Menu Sunday, February 14, 2016
Choice of Amuse Bouche First Course
Seafood Trio- Pacific Oyster / Diver Scallop / Key West Pink Shrimp Crispy Pork Belly / Green Tomato Jam / Corn Dusted Courgettes
Pork Osso Buco / Sweet Potato Gnocchi / Broccolini / Satsuma Orange Gremolata Seared Ribeye / Warm Asparagus and Fingerling Salad / Foie Gras Butter Grilled Pompano Beach Swordfish / Pressed Potatoes / Red Pepper Puree / Chorizo Powder
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Gateau / Warm Ganache White Chocolate and Raspberry Tiramisu
$50 Member | $60 Guest Beverages, Tax & Service Charge Not Included
For Reservations, Please Call 386.447.4610
Delfinos Valentine’s Day Menu FEB R UA RY 14 , 2 016
Appetizer Fried Kumato Tomato – Grilled Shrimp – Pickled Onion/Avocado Relish
Filet Mignon Pan Seared Filet Mignon – Smoked Tomato Risotto – Wilted Arugula – Truffle Demi
Bronzino Pan Seared Bronzino – Spinach/Black Olive/Chive Polenta Cake – Shallot Marmalade – Tomato Fondue
Salad Red Oak Lettuce – Candied Pecans – Golden Beets – Sundried Raspberries – Stilton – Chianti Vinaigrette
Lobster Broiled Cold Water Lobster Tail – Citrus/Herb Quinoa – Baby Spinach – Vanilla/Parsnip Puree
Fourth Chocolate Molten Lava Cake with House Made Raspberry Gelato
Members $57 • Guests $67 Beverages, Tax and Service Charge Not Included For Reservations Please Call Delfinos 386.246.5650
Kids Crew Activities A Kids Crew Valentine’s 6-10pm February 13
Rent Your Personal Fire Pits
All reservations are required by Thursday, February 12 at 5pm.
Offered Friday and Saturday evenings (weeknights are available upon request) $150 +member discount
Spend the night with Kids Crew making valentines, going a Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt, and having the sweetest night making candy crafts. It’s a night full of sweets, crafts, and Valentine games. Dinner is included. All reservations are subject to availability. A 24 hour cancellation notice is required to avoid a charge. Email [email protected]
to make your reservation. Ages 4-12 $50 +member discount per child
Teddy Bear Tea Party 9am-1pm February 14
From 6pm Champions Event Lawn S’mores kit with roasting sticks • Basic rental is for two hours • Rentals are a weather dependent activity • For reservations call our Recreation office at 386.246.5604. Advance reservations are required by 5pm the evening prior to your rental
All reservations are required by Friday, February 13 at 5pm.
We cordially invite you to our Teddy Bear Tea Party. Bring your favorite stuffed animal or toy to enjoy our tea party. Lunch is included. All reservations are subject to availability. A 24 hour cancellation notice is required to avoid a charge. Email [email protected]
to make your reservation. Ages 4-12 $45 +member discount per child
Beach Cabanas are now available Starting in March. Cabana Rentals includes a Beach tent and reserved seating. Please Call 386.246.5501 for reservations.
Cabana Rentals are available daily at the Fantasy Pool Complex. Pool Cabanas include a refrigerator, HD-TV, reserved seating, a fan and plenty of shade. Open from 8AM-Sunset. Please Call 386.246.5501 for reservations.
Valentines Sweet Treat Basket February 14 Reserve your Candy Graham for your special someone. Deliveries start at 8AM call 386.246.5661 to reserve your basket. (Supplies are limited) $10 (member pricing) per Basket Plus tax.
Pit Stop Party Sunday, February 21 | Loggerheads | Doors Open at 12 Noon Watch the Great American Race, the Daytona 500, on the Giant Screen! Pub Style Menu available • Members Enjoy Happy Hour pricing
Trivia Nights in Loggerheads 7pm-8:30pm | Wednesday, February 24 | Tuesday, March 15 Challenge your general knowledge skills in this fun event, or just come and watch the competition! This event is complimentary to Members. Sign up your Team of 4! Click here to register your team by 5pm the Tuesday before event.
Stayin’ Alive – a Bee Gees Tribute Wednesday, March 2, 2016 • 6pm-7pm • Cocktail Hour 7pm-10pm • Dinner & Entertainment
STAYIN’ ALIVE is the quintessential tribute band to the Bee Gees, capturing the excitement of live performance and the tender subtleties of the human voice! STAYIN’ ALIVE offers to their audiences the songs and sights of a full Bee Gees play list, singing blockbusters such as “Night Fever”, “Jive Talkin’”, “How Deep Is Your Love”, “You Should Be Dancing”, “Nights on Broadway”, and “Stayin’ Alive”. In addition, they perform softer poetic ballads such as “I Started a Joke”, “Massachusetts”, “Fanny Be Tender”, “Words”, and “To Love Somebody” among other great hits.
PA S T S H O W S Disney World 2007-2014 - San Diego Symphony 2008, 2011 & 2013 • Winnipeg Symphony 2009 - Santa Rosa Symphony 2011 - Indianapolis Symphony 2012 Charlotte Symphony 2012 - Baltimore Symphony 2014 - Columbus Symphony 2014 - Omaha Symphony 2013 Roy Thompson Hall, Toronto 2008 - Mexico City 2012, Cinco de Mayo • Atlantic City 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012 & 2013
Buffet Menu: Seasonal Greens and Fresh Vegetables, with a variety of dressings • Australian Salad • Grilled Chicken Salad with toasted walnuts and Granny Smith apples Fish and Chips Boats with Tartar Sauce and Malt Vinegar • Shaved Beef • Baked Sausage • Green Beans with toasted almonds • Mac & Cheese Desserts: Chocolate Sponge Cake • Pound Cake with Strawberries Compote • Chocolate Trifle $25 Member: $35 Guest (plus service charge & tax) Click here to register by 5pm Thursday, Feb 25. Cancellations must be made prior to 5pm on Feb 25 to avoid a full charge.
1 Tennis Singles 101 YHV, 5pm-6pm Team Match Play, Round 1
2 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Member Manager Reception Ocean Ballroom, 5:30pm Team Match Play, Round 1
3 Tennis Singles 101 YHV, 5pm-6pm Team Match Play, Round 1
4 Tennis Guest Day Team Match Play, Round 1
5 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Phil Team Match Play, Round 1
6 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, The Supernatural Band Tennis Singles 101, YHV, 11am-12pm Team Match Play, Round 1
7 Super Bowl Sunday, Loggerheads, 6:30p Men’s Super Sunday, YHV Sunday Brunch, Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 1
8 Tennis Singles 101 YHV, 5pm-6pm Team Match Play, Round 1
9 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Cooking w/ Chef Ocean View Room, 6:15pm Team Match Play, Round 2
10 Tennis Singles 101 YHV, 5pm-6pm Team Match Play, Round 2
11 Team Match Play, Round 2
12 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Terrance Team Match Play, Round 2
13 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, Guitar Redd & the Reddhots Tennis Singles 101, YHV, 11am-12pm Team Match Play, Round 2
14 Couples Golf Ocean, 9am, 18-Holes Mixed Doubles Tennis Round Robin YHV Valentine Dinner & Dance Ocean, 6pm Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 2
15 Team Match Play, Round 2
16 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Hammock Cup Conservatory Team Match Play, Round 2
17 Tennis “Stroke of the Month” 10am Team Match Play, Round 2
18 Hammock Cup Hammock Dunes Team Match Play, Round 2
19 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Phil Team Match Play, Round 2
20 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, The Sho Nuff’ Band Team Match Play, Round 2
21 Daytona 500 Pit Stop Party Loggerheads, 12 Noon Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 2
22 Team Match Play, Round 2
23 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Kinky Boots Dr. Phillips Center, 8pm Show Cooking w/ Chef Vilano Room, 6:15pm Team Match Play, Round 3
24 Trivia Night Loggerheads, 7pm HEAD Racquet Sports Demo & Play Day YHV Team Match Play, Round 3
25 Team Match Play, Round 3
26 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Steve Team Match Play, Round 3
27 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, Cloud 9 Team Match Play, Round 3
28 Member Mixer Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 3
29 Team Match Play, Round 3
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1 Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm Team Match Play, Round 3
2 Stayin’ Alive - A Bee Gees Tribute Ocean Ballroom, 6pm Team Match Play, Round 3
3 Tennis Guest Day Team Match Play, Round 3
4 Loggerheads Entertainment, Cloud 9 Team Match Play, Round 3
5 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Phil Team Match Play, Round 3
6 Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 3
7 Team Match Play, Round 3
8 Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef Surf Room, 6:15p Team Match Play, Round 4
9 Member Manager Reception Ocean Ballroom, 5:30p Team Match Play, Round 4
10 Team Match Play, Round 4
11 Loggerheads Entertainment, Break Even Band Tennis Club Singles Championships YHV Team Match Play, Round 4
12 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Steve Tennis Club Singles Championships YHV Team Match Play, Round 4
13 Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Tennis Club Singles Championships YHV Team Match Play, Round 4 Couples Golf Conservatory 9am
14 Team Match Play, Round 4
15 Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm Trivia Night Loggerheads, 7pm Team Match Play, Round 4
16 Tennis “Stroke of the Month” 10am Team Match Play, Round 4
17 Member Member Championship, Welcome Party Team Match Play, Round 4
18 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Phil Member Member Championship 1st Round Team Match Play, Round 4
19 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, Supernatural Band Member Member Championship, 2nd Round & Awards Dinner Team Match Play, Round 4
20 Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Team Match Play, Round 4
21 Team Match Play, Round 4
22 Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm Cooking w/Chef, Vilano Room, 6:15p Team Match Play, Round 5
23 Team Match Play, Round 5
24 Team Match Play, Round 5
25 Loggerheads Entertainment, DJ Steve Team Match Play, Round 5
26 Afternoon Tea 2-4pm Loggerheads Entertainment, Sidewalk 65 band Member Mixer South Tower Pool Deck, 6pm Team Match Play, Round 5
27 Sunday Brunch Atlantic Grille, 10:30am-2pm Easter Sunday Service Vilano Room, 7am Team Match Play, Round 5
28 Team Match Play, Round 5
29 Afternoon Tea, 2-4pm Team Match Play, Round 5
30 Team Match Play, Round 5
MARCH 2016 CALENDAR
CONTACTS GENERAL MANAGER Tim Digby 386.246.5511 [email protected]
ATLANTIC GRILLE 386.447.4610 BREEZES BOUTIQUE 386.246.5514 CATERING & CONFERENCE SERVICES 386.246.5527 CONCIERGE DESK 386.246.5555 DELFINOS 386.246.5650 FITNESS CENTER 386.246.5589 FOOD & BEVERAGE Ryan Daniels 386.246.5529 [email protected]
GOLF Brad Hauer 386.246.5435 [email protected]
THE CONSERVATORY 386.246.6710 GOLF TEE TIMES 386.447.4611
Homeowners Association Management Southern States Mgmt. Group Conservatory Fred Annon 386.446.6333
Lisa Bryl 386.246.5533 [email protected]
Aegis Community Mgmt. - Ocean Tower, Villas, Yacht Harbor POA & One Bedroom Condos Nathan Wade 386.597.2840
Member Concierge 888.252.6294 [email protected]
Kaitlyn Stier 386.246.5491 [email protected]
MEMBER & GUEST SERVICES BELL, VALET & TRANSPORTATION Bell Stand 386.246.5590
May Management - Ocean Hammock POA, Yacht Harbor Condos Ariane Godby 386.446.0085 ext. 520
RENTAL ACTIVITY STATEMENTS Barbara Barbagallo 386.246.6578 [email protected]
ROOM RESERVATIONS 877.825.4098 SECURITY Security Office 386.246.5550 THE SPA Kadie Withrow 386.246.5423 [email protected]
MEMBER Club STATEMENTS TENNIS & COURT TIMES Denise Pemberton 386.246.5497 [email protected]
Gene Paul Lascano 386.597.5020 [email protected]
POOLS & RECREATION YACHT HARBOR VILLAGESM/MARINA Brandon Millman 386.246.6572 Neil Kaczmarek 386.597.5031 [email protected] [email protected]
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Nancy Burnett 386.246.5564 YH ENTRANCE 386.597.5045 [email protected]
MAIN Club ENTRANCE 386.246.5559 Ganene Barnard 386.246.5526 [email protected]
Cinnamon Beach & HBC Condos Annie Marks 904.584.1273 HOUSEKEEPING 386.246.5570 KIDS CREWSM Brandon Millman 386.246.6572 [email protected]
MEMBERSHIP 888.252.6294 Marianne Murphy 386.246.5532 [email protected]
Marianne Nicholson 386.246.5437 [email protected]
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COFFEE BAR Daily: 6:30am-12:30pm Self Service after 12:30pm LOBBY BAR Fri-Sat: 5pm-9pm CONCIERGE DESK Open 24 hours per day DELFINOS Seasonal Hours. Subject to change
Pro Shop: Daily 7am-5pm I Beverage Carts: Daily 9am-3:30pm Turn Café: Daily 8:30am-3pm, beverage service until 6pm Fitness Room: Daily 7am-5pm I Pool: Daily 8am-5pm THE OCEAN COURSE (hours of operations subject to change) Pro Shop: Daily 7am-5pm I Beverage Carts: Daily: 8:30am-3:30pm Hammock House: Daily: 8am-3:30pm
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