Friday, January 27, 2023
Friday, January 27, 2023


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Plans coming together for new clubhouse at Minnewasta Golf and Country Club

Members of the Minnewasta Golf and Country Club gathered for the Club's semi-annual meeting on Tuesday, where they were keen to hear any updates on the new clubhouse project. "There's not much to update, really," explained Head Pro and General Manager, Greg Hesom, adding things have been moving behind the scenes. "We are very close to finalizing our plans. We have our architects working with the general contractor at the moment." The hope is put shovels in the ground in April.  While members of the Club were able to catch a sneak peek of the building plans last fall, Hesom says the public is going to have to wait a little bit longer. It all hinges on whether the Club's application for $800,000 through the Province's Arts and Culture Community Fund is successful. "If we don't get that grant, we may have to make some alterations (to the plans) if we aren't able to fund raise the different," explained Hesom. "We're going ahead as if we are going to get that grant,  » Read More

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Pandemic concerns drive changes at upscale Cherry Hill apartment complex

CHERRY HILL – A developer has revised its four-year-old plan for an upscale apartment complex here, saying the pandemic has changed the way tenants want to live.First Montgomery Group, citing an ongoing preference for open spaces, sought township approval recently to expand a planned clubhouse its 370-unit project, Enclave at Woodcrest Station.The developer also will add more outdoor amenities — like gas grills, fireplaces, outdoor seating and games — at the Woodcrest Road complex.And because more people are taking up a relatively new sport, a dog park will shrink to make way for two pickleball courts.The Woodcrest complex is rising as part of a redevelopment project at a former industrial site near the PATCO Hi-Speedline's Woodcrest station. The first residents are expected to arrive this summer, according to FMG's website.More:What's next for former Cherry Hill swim club reduced to rubble?When the project won initial approval in 2018, “the trend in the multifamily industry was for smaller clubhouses,” said an FMG executive.  » Read More

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Revised plans unveiled for Liverpool golf club renovation – Place North West

26 January 2023 11:58 Sophie Rennie Comments (0) Golf and leisure company Green Circle has submitted an updated masterplan for the revamp of Allerton Manor Golf Club, including an expansion of the existing golf course and redesigned clubhouse. The 128-acre golf club is located on Allerton Road in Woolton. It currently comprises a 5,500-yard municipal golf course and a nine-hole academy course, as well as a clubhouse, and grade-two listed manor. Planning permission to rework the site had been granted in 2021. Delays in discharging conditions and a rethink during Covid led Green Circle to plot out an alternative masterplan, which was submitted to Liverpool City Council’s planning authority in December. In this updated masterplan from Liverpool-based architects Brock Carmichael, there are several key changes. These include a redesigned clubhouse, improved Hay Loft function space, and an extended terrace to improve the social space at the club. A new lake, drainage balancing pond, and the relocation of a future adventure golf course to an area adjacent to the clubhouse are also planned.  » Read More

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The Arnold Palmer and its alcoholic adaptation are perfect in a clubhouse setting.

Tea with lemon is not an untried combination discovered by the great Arnold Palmer. It was, however, a favorite of his after a round of golf – and people took notice, so much so that clubhouses ignore the drink at their peril.There’s an obvious reason for its popularity. The Arnold Palmer served by The Grill at Point Pinos on the Pacific Grove Golf Links is a 50-50 blend of tea and lemonade – a cool and bracing sip. Unsweetened tea haunts the friskier lemonade, lending it a brusque aspect. The teetering balance of fresh and biting with just a little calming sweetness can replenish spirits after a long day on the course. Plus, you know – Arnie. No, he never said “I’ll have a me” when ordering. The name stuck after Palmer began asking for iced tea with a big splash of lemonade, and golf fans caught on.The John Daly began as an “adult” version of the Arnold Palmer – the same blend of tea and lemonade, livened up with a shot of vodka.  » Read More

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Dancers move to golf course clubhouse – Seward County Independent

by Emily Hemphill, emily@sewardindependent.comPosted 1/25/23 At its Jan. 17 meeting, the Seward City Council: • approved a temporary lease agreement for William Henry School of the Arts to use the clubhouse at the Seward Community Golf Course as a … This item is available in full to subscribers. Attention subscribers We have recently launched a new and improved website. To continue reading, you will need to either log into your subscriber account, or purchase a new subscription. If you are a digital subscriber with an active subscription, then you already have an account here. Just reset your password if you've not yet logged in to your account on this new site. If you are a current print subscriber, you can set up a free website account by clicking here. Otherwise, click here to view your options for subscribing. Please log in to continue Need an account? Print subscribers If you're a print subscriber,  » Read More

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City of Madison approves funding for Toyota Field improvements |

MADISON, Ala. (WHNT) — The Rocket City Trash Pandas are getting ready for their third season at Toyota Field. However, before the first pitch of the 2023 season, the team needs to make some upgrades to the stadium. With a nearly brand-new facility, the question a lot of people are asking is “why?” In February 2021, MLB finished a re-organization of the 120 minor league teams. Part of the agreement between the major and minor leagues is a new set of standards for all MiLB ballparks across the country. This has led to many teams having to make major adjustments to their stadiums. Unfortunately for Toyota Field, those standards came out just after construction was finished. According to a resolution shared by the City of Madison, Toyota Field was assigned 78 points in an audit of the facility. The standards require all minor league teams to have “no more than 9 points by the start of the 2025 season.” The city and the Trash Pandas have created a two-phase plan to get the ballpark up to the new MiLB standards.  » Read More

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LIV Golf given major boost in quest for world ranking points – National Club Golfer

In a shock turn of events, two of LIV Golf's biggest opponents now won't have a say on its precious OWGR bid LIV Golf’s ongoing quest to obtain Official World Golf Rankings points has been given a major boost with two of the league’s biggest opponents dropping out of the crucial decision-making process. In a shock turn of events, both PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan and DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley have recused themselves from voting on whether Greg Norman’s series will be afforded OWGR accreditation. As reported by The Telegraph’s James Corrigan, the pair have opted out of voting on the matter as a result of their conflicted legal interests – meaning the decision to grant LIV OWGR status will now fall on representatives from golf’s four major championships. Keith Waters, a close ally of Pelley who represents the International Federation of PGA Tours, has also taken the same action. “At the last OWGR board meeting myself, Jay Monahan and Keith Waters recused ourselves and now a separate committee made up of the four majors will now determine the application,” Pelley said.  » Read More

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Indian River County aims to revitalize Sandridge Golf Club with new clubhouse, restaurant

WINTER BEACH — The county aims to begin revitalizing Sandridge Golf Club this year, and plans are to start soon for the key component, a new clubhouse.The existing clubhouse is to be replaced with one about triple the size, according to director Bela Nagy, who said the space feels crammed now, even during 140-person events. The new 18,000-square-foot clubhouse — which would include a banquet hall, kitchens, a restaurant and bar — could cost up to $9 million, but the self-sustaining operation will pay for it from its own revenue, he said."We've kind of outgrown the facility over the years," Nagy said. "We've been open since 1987. At that time, it was just a trailer, and then we moved into this current clubhouse in '92."Hall of Fame: 83-year-old Vero Beach resident inducted into Michigan PGA's Hall of FameDistrict golf: Morningside, Vero Beach and South Fork boys, Pine's Castaldi take titlesOn the links: Sports reporter relishes own experiences as competitorSandridge has two 18-hole courses: the Dunes Course,  » Read More

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Jones Creek residents meet with Columbia County about potential clubhouse rezoning

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Newquay app to help protect retailers from criminals – Falmouth Packet

An app which helps protect businesses from criminals has been launched in Newquay. Newquay Business Improvement District (BID) has launched ‘Newquay Against Crime’ in collaboration with the local police force. Newquay BID Manager, Mark Warren, gathered with Newquay PSCOs Ben Pessl and Liz Whitehall and local retailers to formally launch the new app-based shop safety system which is now available to all BID members who wish to participate. Newquay Against Crime will use an information sharing system alongside programmes such as Shopwatch and Pubwatch. The app system helps local business communities, and their members, share information about offenders so they can protect their property, staff, customers – and their profits. Newquay BID Manager Mark Warren says, “Our new Newquay Against Crime programme is important in helping to improve the overall security across the town. Our new app helps police to cooperate with local businesses who are dealing with potential low-level crime and, in collaboration with both Shopwatch and Pubwatch, brings additional linkages, crucial information sharing and connection opportunities. "This in turn,  » Read More

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