Pro Event Results 8/1
The State of PA is strictly enforcing the following guidelines
Please assist our staff in following the state’s directives
Since we've had a few calls this week regarding what is allowed, what isn't, what's open, what's not, is there curbside, is there take out, etc...we'd thought we'd take a moment to recap our current dining information.
Of course this is all subject to change.
It was decided July 1st that in the best interest of staff, members, and the financial operations of the club that dining be limited to outdoors.
With the further regulations on indoor dining, the idea of reopening inside August 1st has been postponed
The hours for the pavilion are:
Sundays and Tuesdays 11 am to 6 pm
Wednesday thru Saturday 11 am to 8 pm
Keep scrolling for the menus
With the current restrictions, events may close the dining for part or all of the day. As always, we will do our best to keep this from happening.
Saturday, July 25th: Lunch will be for the Jackpot Challenge players only; Dining will open at 4:00 pm
Saturday, August 1st: Urie Wedding; No Dining All Day
Dinner reservations are required at all times and by 4:00 pm
Should we have no reservations, we may close early
If you think you'll be in after your round, please let the staff know
You can now call the pavilion directly at ext 2-7 from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm
See more about the extensions below
Yes, masks are required to be worn when moving about the facilities, but may be removed while seated at a table.
Please remember to practice social distancing at all times.
We currently have two menus: an outdoor menu and a limited curbside menu.
You may order take out off the outdoor menu and pick it up curbside.
(but just like inside, business may dictate that we limit or restrict take out)
The Curbside Menu requires 24-hour notice to prepare items.
Current Menus can always be found on the Dining Page on our website.
Pizzas are available after 2 pm Wednesday to Saturday.
You can now dial the pavilion directly to make a reservation or order take out. This phone will only be monitored from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm and just like the grillroom phone, staff may be busy with guests at any time.
As always, dial 2 at the first phone greeting to dial an extension:
Ext 2: Grillroom (you may still call here from 10 am to 4 pm, but staff may be outside and unable to answer your call)
Ext 3: Pro Shop
Ext 4: Bill Elliott, General Manager
Ext 5: Beth Porter, Controller and Billing/Membership questions
Ext 7: Pavilion (during normal dining only)
Please reference emails for directions for which extension to call for event sign ups.
As most of you know, this summer has been atypical of the past 15 years, and especially 2018 and 2019. Copious amounts of rainfall occurred during those years and this summer has been the exact opposite. If significant rainfall doesn’t occur soon, water rationing will occur which means that greens and tees will be a priority for watering, but fairways will receive little if no water from our sprinkling system.
In light of this lack of rainfall and to protect the pristine playing conditions that our wonderful and hard-working grounds crew have provided, under the leadership of Jim Born, the LCC Board of Governors have implemented a policy that all carts utilize the 90 degree rule when crossing fairways to reduce stress to the grass and return to the cart path when you are within 150 yards of the green. The 150 yard marker is indicated on each cart path, with the exception of the par 3’s, with a White stripe. We ask that all carts remain on the cart path for all par 3’s.
For those members that have strictly adhered to this policy, “THANK YOU”. However, there have been numerous occasions where members and guests have not followed this policy. We therefore ask that each golfer police other members of their group and follow this cart policy. Starting today, any member or guest that does not adhere to this policy will be warned. If a 2nd warning/violation occurs, your cart privileges will be revoked for 30 days. We would appreciate that it does not progress to a first warning and put any of our LCC staff in an awkward position.
This policy is subject to change based on the amount of rainfall we receive. If the current hot and dry weather pattern continues, we may end up implementing a “cart path only” policy. We realize this is an inconvenience for our cart riders, but we need to protect our beautiful course from potential damage. Please continue monitoring any communication from the Club and if you have any questions regarding the cart policy, feel free to ask any member of the LCC staff.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.