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Published by lharris, 2019-12-05 11:55:41

Dec/ Jan 2019-2020

Part dec.Jan

The Partridge
Dec 2019/Jan 2020 Edition

A Letter from our President

Dear Members,

I just realized as I said to someone near me, “where did the year go, can you believe it’s
already December?”, that I’ve officially become one of those ‘old people’ I used to al-
ways hear say that. I guess I should have seen it coming this summer as my hybrids were
getting more and more action into 4 green… after good drives! Funny how that hap-
pens…
While another year has passed, this one has not been like most others. This year will be
noted as the one in which our club began a new trajectory. The year that we stopped
the downward trend and began returning HCCC to a level of prominence in our commu-
nity. In just a few months we will unveil a remodeled clubhouse, complete with a newly
constructed bar complex overlooking our beautiful 18th green. Our club will have offer-
ings and facilities on par with the best clubs around. Bundled with the oversight of Troon
management and new leadership at the GM level, our members will enjoy service like
not seen in years.
In other news, we are officially in the process of searching for, and interviewing candi-
dates for the GM position. Troon has been a valuable resource in helping develop the
criteria for this position and vet out candidates. Our desire is to have a person chosen
and hired no later than mid-January. This is perhaps the most important role in our club
as we continue to strive for service excellence and top quality member experience. We
have been very clear with Troon that we are taking our club to a new level in terms of ser-
vice and staff leadership. Great care is being taken during the process to find the appro-
priate candidate.
The other topic now being talked about is the re-opening schedule and what that will
look like. As of now we fully expect all construction to be finished in May of 2020. The
grand “re-opening” should be one of the most exciting times in club history. The board
and I are beginning to examine how to best showcase our club and create the most
interest. Ideas being considered include open houses for prospective members, event(s)
for personnel in the real estate and relocation business. We intend to coordinate with the
mayor and city of Prospect to help garner attention. Perhaps some local media cover-
age as well. We intend to grow membership and are looking at any and all ways to do
so. We feel very confident that when people find out what our club has to offer the inter-
est will be higher than we have seen in years. Please continue to spread the word about
HCCC!
Lastly, even though the clubhouse is closed for the renovation, the pro-shop will continue
to operate for your holiday shopping needs. Please be on the lookout for communica-
tion from John and staff regarding hours of operation and sales info. He and his team will
be working out of the snack bar on weekends during December to showcase merchan-
dise. This is great time to spend book credit before it expires.
In closing I would like to wish you and your families a Merry Christmas and a very Happy
New Year. I look forward to seeing you around the club soon.

Sincerely,

Tom Sanders

Membership

Give the gift of membership...
Give the gift of creating memories of a life time... A place where the
magic begins.. Memories created by several generations of friends and
family. Big things come in small packages...
We are offering membership packages for Christmas wrapped in a cute
little box. You can purchase a membership for a friend or family mem-
ber. Holiday specials are available.

Please contact Lisa Harris at 502-228-1106 Ext: 18 or cell 321-514-1100 or
email her at [email protected]

Corporate Holiday Special

CORPORATE FULL GOLF MEMBERSHIP
Golf, Tennis, Dining, Swimming & Fitness

Corporate Membership packages are available to corporations or limited liability
companies actively doing business and in good standing with the state of Kentucky.
Corporate Memberships include between 2+ individual member #’s, or designees,
under the Corporate Member name. This can vary dependent upon the needs of
your organization.

A Corporate Full (Golf) Membership provides its designees and their immediate
families with full access & privileges to all HCCC’s facilities:

• Golf
• Swimming
• tennis
• fitness center
• use of the clubhouse
• dining and all social events and activities.

While Corporate Membership does not include board member/officer or voting privi-
leges at HCCC.

• HCCC is honored to partner with Troon®, the leader in premier luxury golf course
management, and is proudly considered a Troon Prive’ property. Corporate
Membership designees have access to Troon Prive’ benefits and discounts at oth-
er Troon properties.

• Join prior to the end of the calendar year for $3500 per person
• Pay no monthly dues or customary fees outside of golf or food/beverage fees until

April 1, 2020.

This is a limited offering to people interested in the corporate membership to sign up
prior to January 31, 2020.

Golf News

DECEMBER 2019

Golf Shop Christmas Sale – This year our Golf Shop Christmas sale will be going on
each Saturday & Sunday in December beginning on the 7th & 8th. The new Golf
Shop will not be open as they are waiting on flooring so we will have the sale set
up in the snack bar. We have brand new product that will be on display for Christ-
mas! We have NEW selections from Jamie Sadock, Columbia, and Nike. We will
have great sales opportunities like BOGO Half Off as well as Titleist Pro V1 golf balls
for $40 per dozen (in stock only). Free imprint on all golf balls for Christmas if orders
are placed before Dec 15!

Golf Shop Credit – Members please remember that all Golf Shop Credits earned
this year must be redeemed by the end of the year. No store credit will be carried
over to 2020.
Homeowned Golf Carts – All members that have their own golf cart, PLEASE en-
ter and exit the golf course in the proper areas. We have had some complaints
about carts entering and exiting the course either through yards or across com-
mon areas that are not Hunting Creek property.

Holiday time at the Country Club is always exciting and the air is filled with joy and cheer. In
the Golf Shop we are adding to that holiday cheer by having our Winter Sale each week-
end between now and Christmas! The new Golf Shop isn't quite ready to go, so the sale will
be held in the pool snack bar.

December 7th & 8th
December 14th & 15th
December 21st & 22nd

Everything in the shop has been discounted 20% from retail for Member Pricing, but during
this sale there will be additional savings which can add up to as much as 30%-35% OFF!
Don’t forget that all store credit must be used by the end of the year (no credit will be rolled
into 2020) and using that credit in the Golf Shop certainly helps with bills around the holi-
days!

Renovation News

Memories created at Hunting Creek

Recipe Tips From the Staff

Strawberry Dip:
Ingredients
2 packs of regular cream cheese.
1 jar of marshmallow cream

Directions: mix cream cheese and marshmallow cream together.
Helpful hint is to let the cream cheese sit out for a little before mixing.

Rice Pilaf

Preheat 350
1 lb of hot sausage
1/2 Cup Chopped Onion
1/2 Cup Chopped bell Peppers
1 Cup Chopped Celery
1 Can Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 Cup of Rice cooked separately
1 Cup of uncooked long grain white rice

Cook Sausage over low heat crumble
While cooking pour off grease

Chop ed onion, bell pepper, celery add to sausage and cook 5 min.

Stir in Soup just till mixed, stir in rice. Put in casserole dish cover and bake at
350 for 30 min.

Mistletoe Margaritas

INGREDIENTS

1/2 c.
whole cranberries
1/4 c.
granulated sugar, divided
2 tbsp.
kosher salt
1
wedge lime, for rim
2 c.
cranberry juice
12 oz.
silver tequila
8 oz.
triple sec
1/2 c.
plus 1 tbsp. lime juice, divided
12 c.
ice
Mint, for garnish

DIRECTIONS

1. In a medium bowl, toss cranberries with 1 tablespoon lime juice.
Drain out lime juice, then toss with 2 tablespoons sugar. Pour onto a bak-
ing sheet to dry.
2. Combine remaining sugar with salt on a shallow plate and mix to
combine. Using the lime wedge, wet rim of each glass, then dip in sugar
salt mixture.
3. Combine cranberry juice, tequila, triple sec, remaining 1/2 cup lime
juice, and ice in a large blender, working in batches if necessary. Blend
until smooth.
4. Pour into prepared glasses and garnish with a sprig of mint and a
couple sugared cranberries.

Troon News

TROON’S HONOURS GOLF SELECTED TO MANAGE THE JACK WARNER INN – A 54-ROOM
BOUTIQUE HOTEL LOCATED WITHIN THE NORTHRIVER YACHT CLUB COMMUNITY

Tuscaloosa, Ala. (November 12, 2019) – Honours Golf®, a division of Troon®, the leader in
club and hospitality management, development, and marketing, has been selected to
manage The Jack Warner Inn in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

The Jack Warner Inn, formerly the Yellowhammer Inn, includes 54 rooms ranging from
single rooms to executive and honeymoon suites. The Inn is home to the Apothecary
Lounge, a paneled room that served as an authentic Apothecary built in the 1850’s in
Galena, Illinois. The room was purchased at auction in Galena, the hometown of former
President U.S. Grant, who was known to be a frequent customer. Beyond the Apothe-
cary, the Inn’s spacious 2,000 sq. ft. deck overlooks a peaceful, private wooded area
and is favored by guests year-round. The Inn is located on the grounds of NorthRiver
Yacht Club in the NorthRiver community and is adjacent to the Yacht Club building,
NorthRiver’s most sought-after venue for wedding, corporate retreats and other special
events.

“The working partnership with BMV Partners, owners of The Inn, and Honours Golf will be
an asset to both NorthRiver Yacht Club and our hotel guests,” said Richard Vogt, BMV
partner. “Having The Jack Warner Inn, which is expected to have a name change by
the end of the year, managed by Honours Golf, will allow the Inn and Club to operate
with a consistent synergism that even with our close proximity and relationship, could not
happen prior to this agreement.”

The Inn is expected to undergo an extensive renovation in early 2020 that will include up-
grades to guest rooms, main lobby and exterior. Parents visiting students at the University
of Alabama can enjoy the hotel’s convenient location just 10 miles from campus.

“Honours Golf’s portfolio is immensely strengthened with the addition of The Jack Warner
Inn,” said Matt Hurley, president, Honours Golf. “I believe the Inn will reap great rewards
through Honours Golf’s best practices delivered by our industry professionals at NorthRiver
Yacht Club as well as from our team and brand leaders from across the world.”

For more information on The Jack Warner Inn, visit www.thejackwarnerinn.com or call (205)
343-4215.

About Honours Golf
Headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., Honours Golf was founded on a vision to provide
award-winning golf courses with unparalleled course conditions, hire dedicated team mem-
bers who share a passion for golf, and deliver impeccable personalized service. As a result,
Honours Golf has grown to become the Southeast’s leading golf course development and
management company. In 2014, Honours Golf was acquired by Troon and operates as a
subsidiary of the global brand. Honours Golf currently operates 23 award-winning daily fee,
resort and private club facilities including the King & Bear at World Golf Village Resort in St.
Augustine, Fla.; Reunion Golf & Country Club in Madison, Miss., Craft Farms Golf Resort and
Peninsula Golf & Racquet Club in Gulf Shores, Ala. For more information on Troon’s Honours
Golf Division, visit www.honoursgolf.com.

About Troon
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world’s largest golf management company
providing services at more than 465 locations around the globe, including managing 510
18-hole equivalent golf courses. In addition to golf, Troon specializes in homeowner associa-
tion management, private residence clubs, estate management and associated hospitality
venues. Troon’s award-winning food and beverage division operates and manages more
than 400 food and beverage operations located at golf resorts, private clubs, daily fee golf
courses and recreational facilities. With properties located in 45 states and 33 countries,
Troon’s family of brands includes Troon Golf, Troon Privé, Troon International, Honours Golf,
OB Sports, Green Golf Partners, CADDIEMASTER, True Club Solutions, Cliff Drysdale Tennis
and RealFood Consulting. There are currently 67 Troon-affiliated properties featuring 87 golf
courses on national and international “Top 100” rankings. Troon-affiliated properties include
Belfair in Bluffton, South Carolina; Wickenburg Ranch Golf & Social Club in Wickenburg, Ariz.;
Yocha Dehe Golf Club in Brooks, Calif.; Saadiyat Beach Golf Club in Abu Dhabi, UAE; and
Buenaventura Golf Club in Panama. For additional news and information, visit www.Troon.
com, or connect with Troon on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Blog, Press Room, or subscribe
to Troon Magazine.

Media Contacts: Paula Mount Rob Myers
Troon
Honours Golf 480.477.0506
[email protected]
205.343.4576

[email protected]

HAPPY
HOLIDAYS


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