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Published by mmoran, 2019-05-30 15:38:42

JUNE 2019

Alamance Today Newsletter


JUNE 2019

Special Events


Wednesdays | 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Amenity Lawn Fire Pit
June 5, 12

Come and join us at the Amenity Lawn
Fire Pit and taste some delicious wines

by our local vendors,

(Ladies, if you have a spouse playing in
the Wednesday evening Men’s Golf Dog-
fight, this is your chance to ‘Wine Down’)

Wine Tasting | Petite Hors’doeuvres
$15++ per person

Kids’ Club will be available.

Please R.S.V.P. to Marty • 336-584-0345

TGIF Live Music

6:30pm -8:30pm

Unwind from a busy week
with live music from local bands.

June 7 • Doug Largent Trio
June 14 • Bill West

June 21 • Aaron Turner Trio
June 28 • Currie Wayne Clayton

Be sure to R.S.V.P if you plan on
dining in the 1946 Grill | 336-584-0345

2 Alamance Today - June 2019


June 1

6pm - 9pm

19th Green

Live Blues Music:
Reggie Cogrington | Keith Byrd


Texas | Smoked Beef Brisket
St. Louis | Ribs

Memphis | Pulled Pork

Cornbread with Cheddar Cheese & Jalapeno | Cole Slaw

Potato Salad | Baked Beans | Macaroni & Cheese
Banana Pudding | Mississippi Mud Cake | Coconut Cream Pie

$50/per person Pirates,•Prince,•Princess
Kids Club
R.S.V.P. to Marty
336-584-0345 Kids come out as a Pirate,
Prince or Princess while Mom & Dad

enjoy Blues on the Lawn! 3

1946 Grill

Terri Ahlgren, Executive Chef | [email protected]


During the summer months we will be limiting our Sunday Buffet
to the last Sunday of each month (June 30, July 28, August 25).

Daily Drink Specials 1946 Grill Thursday

11:00am -2:00pm 50% Off Draft Beer,
5:30pm - 9:00pm* House Wine & Liquor
*Until 10:00pm on Fridays
Buy 1 Draft, Get 1 Draft Free
$5 Martini
$5 Bourbon & Whiskey
50% Off Wine
By Glass or Bottle

Family Night Buffet Sunday Brunch Soup & Salad

Wednesdays| 1946 Grill June 30 | 1946 Grill Lunch Buffet
5:30pm - 9:00pm 11:00am - 2:00pm
June 12 | 1946 Grill
Adults (13 & over) $14.95++ Adults (13 & over) $16.95++ 11:00am - 2:00pm
Children (12 and Under) $5.95++ Children (12 and Under) $5.95++
Need a quick or light lunch?
Children 4 and Under Children 4 and Under Enjoy a cup of our freshly made
Complimentary Complimentary
Soup Du Jour and Salad Bar
with Condiments.

Family Night Buffet Change::

We will be transitioning the
Wednesday Family Night Buffet

to a Grilling Station at the
Pool Pavilion on Thursday Nights

during the summer months.
We will notify you in advance when

this change will take place.

Alamance Today • June 2019


got prime rib? Prime Rib Night

we do. Saturday, June 8
1946 Grill | 5:30pm - 9:00pm

Prime Rib Station
$25++ per person
Dinner Reservations:
1946 Grill • 336.639.5379
Clubhouse • 336.584.0345

Father’s Day • Sunday, June 16

Sunday, June 16

12:00pm - 2:00pm | Pool Pavilion

Bring Dad out for Father’s Day!

Hot off the Grill
Brats • Hamburgers

Chicken Breasts
Baked Beans

Baked Beans • Cole Slaw
Fresh Fruit & More!

$15 ++ Adults (13 and Up)
$8.95 ++ Children (5-12)

Cookout at the
Saturday, June 29 Pool Pavilion
DJ • Pool Games
Bring a bottle of your
favorite wine from home Watch
and we will waive the for Details!
corkage fee. 5

Golf At Alamance

by Drake Woodside, Director of Golf | [email protected]

Men’s Wednesday Evening Dogfight

Wednesdays through June 12 | 5:30pm

The Men’s Dogfight Series will take place every Wednesday afternoon at 5:30pm now through
June 12. Players may sign up individually or as a twosome. The Golf Shop will pair groups
together to compete in the selected format of the week. Players must sign up by 4:00pm each
Wednesday to play that week. Entry Fee for each week will be $15 for prizes, a hot dog and
draft beer before play. Winnings will be split between skins and team prizes. There will be an extra bonus pool
added by the Golf Shop for the top three money winners of the Dogfight Series.


Saturday, June 1 & Sunday, June 2

Time: 9:00am Shotgun Start both days | Entry Deadline: Thursday, May 30
Eligibility: Male Members Entry Fee: $200 per player (includes prizes, Friday Night Stag Party, Saturday Evening
Party, Breakfast and Lunch both days, and Hors d’oeuvres during Shootout. *Cart Fees Not Included
Friday, May 31: Activities start at 5:00pm followed by Stag Party and Pari-Mutuel
Saturday, June 1: Evening Party • Beers, BBQ & Blues (spouses welcome)
Format: Two-person teams will play Net Better Ball Match-Around vs. other 2-person teams in their flight.
Flights will be determined by the total indexes of the two-person team - the differential between partners cannot
exceed 9 (if necessary, ‘B’ player’s will be reduced). Players will play from the tee markers where they have
established their handicap. The appropriate handicap adjustment will be made for the tee differential.


Time: 8:00am Breakfast | 9:00am Shotgun Start | Entry Deadline: Monday, July 1
Eligibility: Members, Guests and Dependents at least 18 years old, teams must have at least one member
Entry Fee: $40 per player (includes full breakfast and prizes *Cart Fees and Guest Fees Not Included
Format: Four-person teams will count One Best Ball Gross plus One Best Ball Net (90% of Handicap), must be two
different balls in Divisions. Contestants will play from a mix of the Red, White & Blue tee markers. There will be
a Forward Tee option for either players 60 and older or female, which will play from a Forward Combination of
tee markers. Flights will be based off total team index.


Time: 11:30am Lunch | 1:00pm Shotgun Start | Entry Deadline: Wednesday, July 10
Eligibility: Members, Guests and Dependents at least 18 years old; teams must have at least one member
Entry Fee: $50 per player (includes lunch and prizes) •Guest Fees Waived *Cart Fees Not Included
Format: Four-person teams will count two Best Balls. Gross and Net prizes will be awarded. Players under
60 years of age will play the white tee markers. Teams may be comprised of Mid-Am and Senior players with
appropriate handicap adjustments made for the tee differentials. Female contestants will play from the red tee

2019 “CHASE FOR THE CUP” Tournament Participation Program

2019 Remaining Tournaments Top 20 Leader Board 8 (t) David Cooper
8 (t) Matthew Crenshaw
Men’s Member-Member 1 Wayne Pyrtle 8 (t) Dwight Jefferson
Red, White & Blue Tournament 2 (t) Bill Gomory 8 (t) Kevin Minter
2 (t) Dwight Leadbetter 8 (t) Dustin Moore
Summer Guest Day 2 (t) Doug Massey 8 (t) Steve Roberts
3 For $300 Tournament* 2 (t) Michael Splawn 8 (t) Steve Scott
2 (t) Ronnie Wall 8 (t) Scotty Showerman
“Folds of Honor” 2 (t) Kevin Womack 8 (t) Jerry Whitaker
Labor Day Tournament 8 (t) Josh Chappell 8 (t) Mac Williams
End of Summer Guest Day 8 (t) Jay Clayton
Men’s Member-Guest Tournament*
Club Championships*

6 Alamance Today • June 2019

Golf Pro Shop

Parent-Child Tournament Results

13 and Over

1st Place Sawyer Allen & Mike Allen

12 and Under

1st Place Laura Lea Allen & Mike Allen

2nd Place Cannon Voorhis & Greg Voorhis

3rd Place (t) McKinley Crouch & Alan Crouch

3rd Place (t) Gerry McCarthy & James McCarthy

3rd Place (t) Brody Tirgrath & Shaun Tirgrath

CONGRATULATIONS TO STEVE SCOTT on a fantastic shot and HOLE-IN-ONE on #16

on April 25 with a 6-iron from 165 yards. This is Mr. Scott’s first Hole-In-One!

It’s Time to Mark Your Calendars!

2019 Men’s Member Guest Golf Tournament

Friday, October 4 - Sunday, October 6
Sign-ups will open Tuesday, June 11 in the Saddle Club Lounge • 5:30pm

*Entries will be accepted in person, by phone, or by proxy. All entries must have complete information.
Official entries will be mailed out and be available in the Golf Shop after Memorial Day.

Don’t miss out on this year’s premier Men’s Event! 7

Golf At Alamance

Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Ladies Results

1st Place Net
Marie Crissman, Gail Breeden,
Helen Ellington, Barbara Mantz
2nd Place Net
Sue Paris, Linda Parks,
Glenda Crawford, Linda Price
3rd Place Net
Deb Scott, Connie Crouch,
Jean Minton, Pam Buchholz
Closest to the Pin
Hole #4 - Sue Paris, Linda Parks,
Glenda Crawford, Linda Price


JUNE Ladies Play Day
6 Ladies Golf Invitational
15 Ladies Play Day
20 Couples Event | 5:30pm
21 Ladies Play Day

Call the Golf Pro Shop to sign
up or get more information

Couples will have the opportunity
to play in social golf events every
month now through September.
We will have various formats that
will allow all couples at Alamance
Country Club to participate
regardless of skill level.
The Couples’ Finale was quite an
event last year and we look forward
to another successful Couple’s

Fridays • 5:30pm
June 21, July 26, August 23
Sunday • 3:00pm
October 23 - Finale

8 Alamance Today • June 2019


by Matt Sommer, MS, CSCS, CES, PES | Director of Fitness
[email protected]

A common question I get from members is, “why should I work out with a personal
trainer?” Well, below are my top-ten reasons.

1. Motivation – Personal trainers wear many hats, serving not only as coach, but as an educator,
confidant, role model and a major source of motivation and encouragement as well.

2. Consistency – Do you find it difficult to stick to your program? Scheduling regular appointments with a
personal trainer helps eliminate any excuses you might come up with for not exercising.

3. Safety – Unsure about how to use the chest press machine at the gym or how to perform walking lunges
without hurting your knees? A personal trainer will show you how to exercise safely (including which exercises
to avoid) and instruct you on the proper and safe use of exercise equipment.

4. Individualized Instruction – What works for one person, may not work for another when it comes to
choosing an exercise program. A personal trainer will develop the most effective program for you based on
your fitness evaluation results and personal goals. Beginners in particular benefit from instruction on how to
perform specific exercises and program planning.

5. Effective Workouts – Today's hectic lifestyles mean you don't have time to waste on ineffective exercise
routines. Personal trainers help maximize your time by providing workouts designed to meet your goals
quickly and efficiently.

6. Supervision – Personal attention during exercise is the primary function of personal trainers. Need someone
to spot you while you do pull-ups? Looking for feedback on your running form? No problem-that's what your
personal trainer is for-to observe, assist and, if necessary, correct as needed.

7. Sports-Specific Training – Many amateur and professional athletes work with a personal trainer during the
off-season to prepare themselves for in-season competition. Whether you want to shave some strokes off
your golf score or beat your brother-in-law at tennis, a personal trainer can tailor your program to your sport
of choice.

8. Injury Rehabilitation – Injuries and accidents can prevent you from participating in your favorite activities.
An experienced personal trainer, however, can make the road to recovery a smooth one by recommending
exercises that emphasize overall muscular balance to prevent future injuries.

9. Special-Needs Training – Research confirms that individuals with health challenges such as diabetes,

asthma, osteoporosis or heart disease benefit greatly GROUP CYCLING
from regular physical activity. These conditions,
Tuesdays • 5:30pm
however, can make exercising safely a challenge.

Many personal trainers are experienced in designing (Class 45-60 minutes)

programs that address the special needs of these and Class size limited • $8 per class
other conditions. Pre - Registration Required

10. Ego Boost – It's a fact-feeling good makes you look 336-584-9848

good, and vice versa. Not only can your personal Located Basement
trainer help you achieve your health and fitness goals, of Fitness Center
They provide you with positive feedback on your

performance and bolster your confidence to take on WaterART Fitness
new challenges.
Mondays • Wednesdays
If you are still wondering about the benefits of hiring a
personal trainer, please feel free to stop by or call for a
complimentary consultation. Let us discuss your goals and Starts Monday, June 3
the different training options we have available and assist
you in your pursuit of wellness. As always, my door is COMPLIMENTARY
open, so feel free to stop by and see me.
• Deep Water Aerobics •
In good health, Belts are required
Matt Sommer, MS, CSCS, CES | Fitness Director
Call the Fitness Center to register
or for more information

Matt Sommer, MC, CSCS,CES, PES Ben Austin, MS, CSCS Kenny Lutz, BS Elizabeth Madrid, LMBT
Massage Therapist, NC License #13115
Director of Fitness, Personal Trainer Assistant Director, Personal Trainer Personal Trainer

Tennis Tennis Pro Shop

New Days

Scott Schofer & Time!
Director of Tennis
[email protected] Pickleball Clinic & Play Day Tuesdays & Thursdays • 9:30am - 10:30am

ACC Members -We would love for all members interested, to take part in our
Pickleball Clinics & Play Days. Scott will conduct a 30-minute clinic followed by round
robin play. It’s a great fun game for all levels of players! Please call the Pro Shop at
336-584-4115 or email Scott or Stefan to sign up. Cost: $10 (minimum of 4 players)

Ladies Clinic and Play ATW - Adult Tennis Workout

Wednesday Mornings • 9:00am - 10:30am Saturdays • June 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Pros will focus on doubles tactics, strategy, drills, and
match play. Drills will be constructed to simulate live This intense session is open to any adult that wants
ball situations. We may even throw in an extra ATW a good workout AND wants to improve their game.
from time to time. Clinic is open to all levels. This is a fast-paced group, so be prepared to work
$15 per clinic hard and hit a lot of balls! This workouts is a drill
clinic with some instruction and tennis specific training.
Men’s Night | Thursdays • 7:00pm - 8:30pm We will do a light dynamic warm-up, drills, footwork,
training and strategy. Fast, footwork and FUN are all
Guys, mark off every Thursday night on your calendar. a part of this adult clinic. Please call the Tennis Pro
Men’s Night tennis is back and will be more exciting Shop to sign up | 336-584-4115.
than ever! We have been averaging three courts and Minimum of 4 players per clinic | Cost: $15
welcome all levels. Come out, play some tennis and
relax with the guys. Cost: $8

AJTF Tennis Day

Over 200 players, parents, grandparents, family,
friends and coaches descended on the courts of Olde For-
est Racquet Club for the annual Huck Finn Junior
Doubles Tournament and Awards Luncheon. The day
began with the junior doubles event as teams were
flighted by age and ability. ACC players included:
Marlena Palmer, Mary Klein, Karsten Palmer, Nathan
Clark, Evan Gilgo, Natalie Boylston, Banks Blackwood
(Silver Medalist), Nick Clark (Silver Medalist), Timothy
Hackman (Gold Medalist, and Nina Kate Brasington
(Gold Medalist).

Following the tournament, there was an awards
luncheon in which recognition was given to all middle
school and high school coaches for their commitment to
growing the game. ACC coaches include:
Tim Hackman & Todd Palmer (Blessed Sacrament School),
Stefan Sumner & Gabriel Mercado (The Burlington School),
William Clark (Burlington Christian Academy), and Mike
Beamon (Williams High School).

Junior awards were given to USTA tournament players, All-Conference players, and special honors for
Sportsmanship and Determination. ACC Awardees included: USTA - Timothy Hackman (Boys 14), Andrew Brasington
(Boys 14), Natalie Boylston (Girls 16). USTA Top 100 Players - Nina Brasington #65 (Girls 12), and Connor Gould
#86 (Boys 14). All-Conference Players - Emily Clark (Burlington Christian Academy), Natalie Boylston & Evan Gilgo
(Williams High School). Special recognition was given to Charles Rohr (River Mill Academy). Charles received the
2019 Lacy Hall Middle School Boys Sportsmanship Award.

Alamance Today • June 2019


Pool & Snack Bar Hours of Operation

Sunday - Thursday • 10:00am to 8:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 10:00am to 9:00pm

• Guest Fee - $8
• Summer Nanny Passes $75 | Nanny Passes are a great way to provide access to a caretaker that will be

accompanying your child/children during the summer! Please call Marty at 336-584-0345 for more information.

Piranhas Swim Team Schedule

Full Practices

Dive Team - Monday through Thursday | 9:00am (Begins June 10) or 4:30pm

Swim Team - Monday through Thursday | 10:00am (Begins June 10) or 5:30pm

July Swim Meet Schedule

Date Teams Location

June 18 ACC vs. DSC Mebane

July 9 Gibsonville vs. ACC ACC (Pool closes at 4:00pm)

July 16 ACC vs. Rockingham Rockingham

July 23 ACC vs. COBA MAC - Burlington

July 25 Psych Party following last practice

July 27 Swim Championships

July 28 Dive Championships

July 31 Awards Banquet

**Swim Meets begin at 6:00pm or 30 minutes following a dive meet


Coach Alaina | I’m a swimmer at the University of Indianapolis, and I am starting my sophomore year! I am study-
ing to be a Physical Therapist. I’ve been swimming for 15 years, and this is my third year of coaching for ACC!
I love kids and enjoy every single second of coaching the sport that I love!

Coach Omega | I’m a year round swimmer for the Greensboro Community YMCA, and I will be going into my
senior year at Grimsley High School. I have been swimming competitively since the age of 5, and I look forward
to coaching and inspiring the same joy that I have for swimming.

Coach Sarah | I am a year round swimmer for Enfinity Aquatic Club in Greensboro, and I am going to be a junior
heading into next year at Page High School. I have been swimming competitively since I was 9, and I have briefly
coached kids in the past. I am filled with joy to continue sharing my knowledge of swimming with young children
this summer! It’s going to be a fun season!


8 Alamance Today • June 2019

Youth Activities, Clinics & Camps

We are always excited to see what potential our youngest members hold and
what new things they will have the opportunity to explore, learn and do!

This summer, we have fun opportunities for your children that will include golf,
tennis, swim teams, craft and culinary camps. We hope that your child’s activities
with us will lead to great things, great friendships, and great talents that they will
cherish from now into the future.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our staff for
more information. We look forward to seeing you around the Club!


KIDS’ CLUB | Every Friday Night | 6:00pm - 10:00pm

Ages: Potty Trained through 5th Grade | Reservations are Required
Please call ahead and reserve | 336-584-0345
Kids just want to have fun, and our Kids’ Club creates an environment
that provides activities to keep your child entertained while you enjoy
your time at ACC. Meal is included.
Cost: $10 per Child | Guest Children $15
*Members must stay on the Alamance Country Club campus while their
children are in the Kids’ Club. Please RSVP and arrive before 7:30pm. I f
there are no children registered and none present at 7:30pm, the Kids’ Club
will close for the evening.


Session I - June 25 through June 28 • Ages 9 to 11
Session II - July 23 through July 26 • Ages 12 to 15

Tuesday through Friday-| 9:00am until 4:00pm

One of our most popular camps of the summer.
Students will learn culinary skills and end the week

hosting a dinner for parents and siblings.

Friday Evening
Cocktails in Saddle Club Lounge For Parents | 5:30pm

(Kids’ Club available for siblings during this time)
Dinner Hosted By Young Culinary Chefs | 6:00pm

Limited to 10 | $200 Per Child
Includes Lunch Each Day & Friday Family Dinner


July 16 through July 19 • Ages 6 to 12

Tuesday through Friday-| 9:00am until 4:00pm

Children will be able to be creative
through arts and crafts.

We will also add STEM activities this year!

Limited to 12 | $170 Per Child For The Week
Includes Lunch Each Day

All Sign Up
Camp 336-584-1326

June 18 -21 • July 9 - 12 • July 30- August 2

9:00am - 1:00pm | Ages 6 & Up

All three sports rolled into one great half day camp. This camp covers the fundamentals of golf and tennis, plus
some “cooling off” time in the water. Instruction, games and lunch (Member Ticket) by the pool makes this camp a
#1 summer hit! Each session runs Tuesday through Friday from 9:00am - 1:00pm with lunch served poolside each
day. Contact the Golf (336-584-1326) or Tennis Shop (336-584-4115) to register
Cost Per Session: $140 Minimum of 12 | Limited to 40 children on a first come, first serve basis



ACC JUNIOR GOLF LEAGUE | New to ACC in 2019!! | Ages 7 and older

The ACC Junior Golf League is a new program that combines team concepts and creative enhancements to our
instruction while creating a season-long progression of clinics and opportunities to accumulate points for individual
and team accomplishments!

August 29 - October 24 | 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Cost: $25 per child per session | Clinics: $20 per child | Play Days: $5 each
Point System: Clinic - 20 Points; Playday - 20 Points; Parent-Child - 50 Points;
End of Season Pizza Party - 40 Points

Junior Golf School | Ages 7-and up | June 25-27, July 16-18

The Golf Schools here at ACC have been a large part of the summer teaching curriculum. They have proven to
be of tremendous benefit for children ages 7 - 15, so sign up early, the sessions close fast! The schools will run
Tuesday-Thursday 11:00am - 2:00pm. Please call the Golf Shop to register your child. Cancellations need to be
48 hours in advance. The schools are open to member’s children and grandchildren first and their guest second.
The schools are limited to 16 students per session. Minimum of 4 | Cost: $140



ACC Junior Team Quick Start Tennis Camps

Junior Tennis Players and Parents - We have twenty Session I • July 23 - 26 • Session II • August 6 - 9
players already committed to playing on our summer Quick Start Tennis camps are structured for kids to
tennis team. Players at this level range from 10 and learn, rally and play in a way that is both enjoyable
under (must be able to rally and keep score), to middle and rewarding. Tailoring equipment and courts so
and high school level. Players must have a good they are sized appropriately for kids makes the game
understanding of scoring and match play. Basic more accessible, and more fun, by allowing kids to
strategy, stroke mechanics, and match play analysis get involved right from the start. By being introduced
will be emphasized. to the Quick Start Tennis play format from the start
Practices - Tuesday & Thursday your kids will gain confidence by seeing their own
2:00pm - 3:15pm | Begins June 11 immediate progress, making them more enthusiastic
Matches - Fridays• 2:00pm | First match June 14 about continuing to play and improve. ACC Tennis
Cost: $140 per player, per season (includes a total of offers three Quick Start programs suited to fit the
12 practices, 6 matches, and t-shirt) age and skill of your child.

Future Stars Golf & Tennis Camp Red Robins Camp (ages 5-7)
June 25 - 27 • July 16 - 18 | Ages 4-6 9:00am - 9:45am • $35

Tuesday - Thursday | 8:30am - 10:00am Orange Tigers Camp (ages 8-10)
This camp is designed to introduce your “future star” 9:45am - 10:45am • $42
(Red Robin) to both golf and tennis. Players will have
45 minutes of instruction and games per sport. Green Geckos Camp (ages 11-12)
Cost: $100 per student 10:45am - 12:00pm • $50

Minimum of 4 • Limited to 16 students for all clinics

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

June Lap Swim Daily Sign up online at Jr Tennis Play Day
6:00am - 10:00am ATW
No Lifeguard on Duty https://members. Pickleball
My Club>Summer-Registration
Golf Tournament

Kids’ Club

1Brews, Brats & Blues

Men’s Clubhouse Closed Quick Start Ladies Tennis Clinic Ladies Golf Kids’ Club Junior Tennis
Member-Member WaterART Tennis WaterART Quick Start Tennis TGIF Jazz Play Day
Golf Tournament Men’s Tennis Night
3 Group Cycling Class Men’s Golf Night ATW
2 Dogfight Series 6 “Doug Lagent Trio” Pickleball
Clubhouse Closed 4
9 WaterART Wednesday Night Ladies Golf Ladies USTA Prime Rib Night
Quick Start ‘Wine Down” Quick Start Tennis Tennis
10 Tennis Men’s Tennis Night 8
Pickleball 5 7
Group Cycling Class 13 Ladies Golf
Ladies Tennis Clinic Kids’ Club Invitational
11 TGIF Jazz
Soup & Salad Bar
Lunch Special Night
WaterART “Bill West”
Men’s Golf
Dogfight Series

Wednesday Night 14 15

12‘Wine Down”

Father’s Day Clubhouse Closed All-Sports Camp All-Sports Camp All-Sports Camp All-Sports Camps Junior Tennis
Grilling Station WaterART Group Cycling Class Ladies Tennis Clinic Ladies’ Golf Play Day
Kids’ Club ATW
Pool Pavilion 17 18 WaterART Men’s Tennis Night Pickleball
12:00pm - 2:00pm Pickleball Couple’s Nine & Dine
Golf Event 22
16 19
23 TGIF Jazz
Brunch Buffet 20 21“Aaron Turner Trio”

3011am - 2pm Clubhouse Closed Future Stars Camp Future Stars Camp Future Stars Camp Kids’ Club No Corkage Fee Night
WaterART Junior Golf School Junior Golf School Ladies’ Golf
Group Cycling Class Ladies Tennis Clinic TGIF Jazz
Junior Golf School Night
WaterART Men’s Tennis Night
“Currie Wayne Clayton”

24 25 26 27 28 29


IMPORTANT: Please take a moment to log-in to the website and update
your member profile. We especially need updated phone numbers and

You (our current members) are truly our most valuable recruitment tool. Most leads that
you send me are converting to active members. However, I need you to send me more
leads!! Share your packets. If you need more, we have them available. Please contact me
if you would like to simply bring out a prospective member for lunch or dinner.
New Members: Doug Hargrove, Craig Humphrey, Joe Colclough | Sponsor: Chris Huneycutt
Leanna Giles, Membership Director | [email protected]

On behalf of the Board of Directors and Staff of Alamance Country Club,
we would like to express our condolences to families and friends of

Mr. Russell Wilson & Mrs. Mary Helen Long



Member #1 Name Member #


Email Address

Cell # Landline/Business #

Birthday // Anniversary //

Allergies/Diet Restrictions

Favorite Food Favorite Holiday

We are compiling amenity specific notification email groups. Please check all that apply.

Dining/Social Golf Tennis Fitness Pool Youth

Member #2 Name

Email Address

Cell # Landline/Business #

Birthday //

Allergies/Diet Restriction Favorite Food

Favorite Holiday

We are compiling amenity specific notification email groups. Please check all that apply.

Dining/Social Golf Tennis Fitness Pool Youth


Dependent Name Birthday / Member #
Email Address /
Cell #

Allergies/Diet Restrictions

Dependent Name Birthday / Member #
Email Address /
Cell #
Allergies/Diet Restrictions Birthday / Member #
Dependent Name
Email Address Birthday / Member #
Cell # /
Allergies/Diet Restrictions

Dependent Name
Email Address
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Allergies/Diet Restrictions

Alamance Country Club Hours of Operation

Administrative Offices • 336-584-0345 Tennis Facility • 336-584-4115 The 1946 Grill Bar

MONDAY - FRIDAY | 9:00am - 5:00pm TUESDAY - SATURDAY | 9:00am - 6:00pm TUESDAY - FRIDAY & SUNDAY
SUNDAY & MONDAY | Noon - 6:00pm 11:30am - 2:00pm
Golf Pro Shop • 336-584-1326
Pool Pavilion • 336-585-0583 TUESDAY - SATURDAY
MONDAY | 11:30am - 6:30pm 5:00pm - 9:00pm*
TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 7:30am - 6:30pm SUNDAY - THURSDAY | 10:00am - 8:00pm *Closes at 10:00pm on Fridays

Golf Pro Shop Snack Bar Clubhouse Dining • 336-639-5379 Saddle Club Lounge
The 1946 Grill A O Dn
MONDAY | 11:30am - 6:30pm
TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 9:00am - 6:30pm Ln WEDNESDAY 5:30pm - 9:00pm
FRIDAY 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Fitness Center • 336-584-9848 TUESDAY - FRIDAY 11:30am - 2:00pm
SUNDAY 11:00am - 2:00pm
MONDAY - THURSDAY | 5:30am - 9:00pm
FRIDAY | 5:30am - 8:00pm D
SATURDAY | 7:00am - 6:00pm
SUNDAY | Noon - 6:00pm TUESDAY - SATURDAY 5:30pm - 9pm*
*Closes at 10:00pm on Fridays

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