Eaglebrooke Monthly Newsletter P2_EGL74929 June Newsletter - Page 6

L E T T E R F ROM T H E H E A D G OL F P ROF E S SI ONA L 2018 Women’s Events New Season Starts Up In September Women’s Golf Clinic The PGA Golf Staff will be kicking off the summer season with a women’s clinic on Saturday June 23, 2018 at 11am. If we get the turnout we are hoping for this will be a regular event and possibly more than once a month. The theme for the first clinic will depend largely on the weather, so if the range is open it will be “full swing”, if it is questionable it may be “putting” or “chipping”. The sign-up sheet will be on the women’s bulletin board in the pro shop and will be limited, so sign up early. Summer Reciprocal Participating Clubs Buckhorn Springs Vinoy, St. Petersburg Herons Glen, Ft. Myers 2018 Men’s Events June 16  MGA - 4 Man teams, 2 Best Balls, 2 Holes on each green July 9-10 Course Aerification July 21 MGA - Par 3 Tournament with EWGA Sept. 10-11 Course Aerification Sept. 22 MGA - Ryder Cup Oct. 27 MGA – “Monster Bash” Scramble Nov. 3-4 *Men’s 2017 Club Member-Member Nov. 10 * Marine Corp Toys for Tots Scramble Dec. 1 MGA - Blowout * Designates club events, not MGA events Course Closings The golf course will be closed on Monday afternoons starting at 3pm for the Mosaic Executive golf league. The driving range, chipping and putting green will remain open during this time. The Golf Course will be closed until approx. 2pm on Thursday June 7, 2018 for the Florida State Amateur Qualifier. The driving range and practice facility will also be closed during this time. The golf course will be closed starting at 9:00am on Friday June 15, 2018 for the Burnetti Law All Childrens golf tournament. The driving range, chipping and putting green will remain open during this time. Summer Pro Shop and Driving Range Hours The pro shop will open at 7am Monday thru Friday and 6:30am Saturday and Sunday and remain open until 6pm. The driving range is open on the days that the golf course is open starting at 7am, and remain open weather permitting, until ½ hour before dark, except for Sundays when the range will close 1 hour before dark to pick all the balls up so the driving range grass can be cut early the next morning. The pro shop, per the time of the year will determine these hours of closing. 06 eaglebrooke newsletter JUNE John Greiner