Opening Day- Pro Event Results
The Golf Season has started out a little bumpy but soon we’ll be enjoying consistent sunshine, 80-degree temperatures, fantastic events and having your favorite cocktail at the pavilion.
Due to weather conditions we had to cancel Opening Day but were able to hold our 4th Annual Golf Bash in the Pavilion. This was the first year where we had human interaction with our Golf bash. A total of 67 people came to watch, made small talk, and won extra cash and prizes. All 250 tickets we had sold and from that we were able to donate $1,200 to the Union Mission Shelter of Latrobe.
Now, May will soon be here, and we won’t leave you hanging as we have great events, social nights, and activities you can take part in. These include Ladies Social Nights, Bucks & Does, Intermediate Pints & Par-3 and Bedford Springs and Glengarry Exchange Days. We’re also pleased to announce that Nemacolin Country Club is now part of the Tri-County Golf Association. Unfamiliar with the Tri-Country, please see the Tri-County section below. Also, be sure to read below and see what Bucks & Does and our Intermediate Nights are all about.
Lastly, as the year starts, we want to make sure those that have been here awhile and those new don’t miss new items for this year. Please see all bullet points below on these items as well as events that may affect daily play for May.
Weekend Tee Times (UPDATE)
Starting Saturday, May 6, weekend tee times will begin at 7:20 AM.
New for 2023, there will be (5) OPEN Tee Times in between groups on Saturday & Sunday for Full Golf Members to book. These tee times are:
7:28 am, 8:40 am, 8:48 am, 9:36 am & 9:44 am
Tee Times can be made two weeks in advance and if bringing guests, currently only (1) guest per member during these allotted times.
The other blocked off times will be for LCC Groups. For those new to LCC, a few different Groups make up weekend morning tee times. These include:
Early Morning- (7:36 am to 8:16 am)
Ladies Group- (8:24 am & 8:32 am)
The Golf Guys- (8:56 am to 9:28 am)
International/DRIPS- (9:52 am to 10:16 am)
*If Groups do not use their allotted weekend times, these tee times will open the Friday before at 1:00 pm
Our schedule has undergone some changes. The opening dinner, scheduled for April 20, was cancelled.
Please pay your dues of $65 in the Pro Shop and pick up the 2023 booklet.
An opening day lunch, previously announced, has now been cancelled. The Club’s water system will be undergoing repairs on May 8-9. This means the Clubhouse will be closed both days and that no bathroom facilities will be available.
The course will be open for play. The Mystery Hole game was scheduled for May 9. If there is a quorum of six willing participants, it can be played as a 9-hole event with tee times starting at 10:00 a.m. Please call the Pro Shop by Saturday, May 7 if you want to play.
Lady golf and social members are invited to join us to play and/or meet for lunch any Tuesday to get acquainted with our members and events. May lunch times are generally around 1:30 p.m.
A reminder that the Clubhouse will be closed on Tuesday, May 30, and the course open for walking only.
There will be regular play on Memorial Day, May 29 for which a tee time will be required.
There are two special events upcoming in June: King & Queens on June 13 and Friends Day on June 20.
Thank you everyone who attended!
The Golf Season is off to a slow start, but don’t worry, the warm weather and sunshine will soon be here. We were able to hold one of two events in March and that was our Shamrock Open. Twenty-six brave souls played through the bitter cold but in the end, found their pot of gold, including our winners, Ron, and Shari Shannon.
Even though March was off to a slow start, April will be full of entertainment. For one, the best Golf event of the year, The Master’s will be on soon. To go along with this, we will once again hold a Golf Shop Master’s Pool and host our own Master’s Tournament. We’ll have our Virtual Golf Bash (60 tickets remain, 20 pavilion seats remain), Beginner Golf Clinics, Demo Days and Opening Day.
Along with events, April begins with many aspects dealing with the course and Golf.
As mentioned in my March newsletter, we have a new Shop Manager, but we also have new faces that will be behind the counter.
Golf Shop Hours April 2023