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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2019-12-23 11:23:15

2020 January/February Princess Anne Living

2020 Jan/Feb PACC Newsletter

PrincesLs AivninngeJANUARY|FEBRUARY2020

PrincesLsAivninngeJANUARY|FEBRUARY| 2020 Table of Contents

Frequently Used Numbers Message from the President................................................................. 2
Welcome New Members...................................................................... 3
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Team Member Update.......................................................................... 5
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Membership Matters............................................................................ 6
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 Team Member Awards.......................................................................... 9
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Dining Calendar...................................................................................... 10
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 Social and Dining.................................................................................... 11
Youth Activities...................................................................................... 14
Operations Team From the Greens.................................................................................... 16
The Golden Rules................................................................................... 17
McCall Andy Cathie Havrilesky From the Links........................................................................................ 19
440-3101 440-3115 From the Courts..................................................................................... 25
Director of Catering Controller Fitness & Wellness................................................................................. 30
& Special Events January- February Calendar.................................................................. 33
[email protected]
[email protected] Executive Committee
Denise Johnson
Monica Au 440-3113 Christopher J. Fanney President
961-2884 HR & Accounting Manager Susan T. Pender Vice President
Breakers Manager Leslie R. Watson Secretary
[email protected] Patrick L. Shuler Treasurer
[email protected]
Steve Layden Board of Directors
Geoff Benson 440-3105
428-4141 ext: 322 Restaurant Manager Michael Cowan, Jr. Joshua Parnell Barbara Sessoms
Executive Chef Anne Harvard Hooper Chris Perry Monica Stein
[email protected] Bekki Jucksch John Perry Roger Stroud
[email protected] John Mazach Chris Pridgen John Wilson, Jr.
Matt Liebler
Matt Boyce 440-3109 Committee Chairpersons
440-3119 Head PGA Golf Professional
Director of Golf Course Entertainment ..................................Monica Stein
Maintenance and [email protected] Finance..............................................Pat Shuler
Club Grounds Fitness................................................Barbara Sessoms
Taylor Nelson Golf ....................................................Roger Stroud
[email protected] 428-4141 Green ................................................John Perry
Youth Programs Manager House ................................................John Mazach
Kristen Bunting Membership .....................................Josh Parnell
440-3111 [email protected] Pool ...................................................Chris Pridgen
Director of Marketing & Rules ..................................................Ran Randolph Jr.
Communications Andrea Pettay Tennis ................................................Bekki Jucksch
440-3103 Youth Involvement ...........................Anne Harvard Hooper
[email protected] Director of Fitness
& Wellness SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
Mardy Colling Wine Committee...............................Gray Randolph
440-3104 [email protected] Historical Preservation .....................Sandra Baylor
Food & Beverage Director Membership I.D. ...............................Susan Pender
Paul Rosario Tradition ...........................................Andy Dickinson
[email protected] 440-3114 Building .............................................Jon Thornton | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
Purchasing Director
John Fraser
440-3117 [email protected]
Director of Tennis
Bill Shonk
[email protected] 440-3100
General Manager
Jennifer Garrott
440-3110 [email protected]
Assistant Manager –
Clubhouse Operations Brian Triolet
425-1117
[email protected] Aquatics Director

Ashlie Gran [email protected]
428-4141 ext: 340
Banquet Manager Courtney Whittemore
428-4141 ext: 313
[email protected] Member Services Manager

[email protected]

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Message from the President

I hope this edition of Princess Anne Living finds you having enjoyed a wonderful holiday season with your family and
friends and a New Year that brings prosperity and good health. Our holiday festivities were, as always, filled with great
food and good cheer. This year’s Oyster Roast (despite the rain) was a resounding success and Thanksgiving Brunch,
Traditional Christmas, Santa Fest and the New Year’s Eve Party all exceeded our expectations of excellent fun, food and
service. Many thanks to Bill Shonk, his exceptional team and special thanks to Chef Geoff. The goal of your Board and
operations team remains the same – to exceed your expectations each and every time you visit the PACC.
I am pleased to welcome our four incoming Directors who recently began their three-year terms. Roger Stroud will
head the Golf Committee, Barb Sessoms will head the Fitness Committee, John Wilson will join the Greens Committee
and Mike Cowan will join the House Committee. I’m exceptionally delighted to welcome Susan Pender as our new Vice
President.
The first phase of the PACC 20/20 & Beyond plan began in December with the Better Billy Bunker conversion and cart path enhancements.
We ask for your patience over the winter months while our team and contractors work diligently to complete this project by early April. In
addition to Better Billy Bunkers and cart paths, our team is also hard at work on the renovation of the Holly Beach Bungalow and youth room.
We look forward to the opening both of these spaces this spring/summer. Don’t forget, you can stay up to date on all of the PACC 20/20 &
Beyond projects by visiting www.princessannecc.com/pacc2020.
In closing, I want to thank each and every one of you for helping to make the PACC a wonderful and special place. I look forward to seeing you
this coming year at the Club – the best is yet to come.
With best wishes,

Christopher J. Fanney

Oyster Roast!

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 2

WelcomeWelcome New Members

Dolly Mannix Baldwin & Stanley Baldwin

Resident Comprehensive
Sponsor: Dr. Robert Neff

Dolly and her husband, Stan, reside in the North End next door to her sister,
Grace, and her husband, David Limroth, who are also PACC members. Dolly
is the daughter of Patricia Windsor, who is also a PACC member. Dolly is a
native of Virginia Beach and both she and Stan have strong ties to the com-
munity. Stan and Dolly are current members of Bayville Golf Club and enjoy
golfing, biking and traveling. Stan is chairman of the board of Chesapeake

Bay Academy and also serves on the board of Bayville Golf Club. Dolly is a
board member of the First Tee of Hampton Roads, past president of the
Hampton Roads Gift Planning Council and chairman of the Virginia Foun-
dation for Learning Disabled Children. Dolly is a wealth advisor for BB&T
Scott & Stringfellow where she recently celebrated her 20th anniversary.
Stan is retired from serving as general counsel for Amerigroup. They

are excited to begin their membership at the Club with their countless
friends, neighbors and family members.

Kelly, Dave, Norah & Wyatt Bellis

Resident Comprehensive
Sponsor: Marianne Lauber

Kelly and Dave live in the North End with their two small
children, Norah (5) and Wyatt (2). Dave is a Navy veteran
and is the federal business development lead for Geosite,
Inc. and Kelly is an independent political consultant and
event planner. They are very involved with the community
and are active at Galilee Episcopal Church. Many of our
Navy families at the Club know the Bellises from service
and it’s been a wonderful homecoming of sorts to
welcome them into the PACC family of members!

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Welcome New Members

Justin McDaniel

Resident Comprehensive
Sponsor: Steven Hall
Justin is a Virginia Beach native and graduate of Cox High School and Old Do-
minion University. He is an avid tennis player and is well-known and respected
within the Hampton Roads tennis community. Additionally, Justin is a certified
sommelier and bourbon enthusiast. He is a realtor and co-created VA Top Realty
with his business partner Shannon Paschall in 2017. Justin is actively involved in
the community, finding fun ways to gather and give back. Recently, he organized
a family day at Hunt Club Farm with all proceeds benefiting VB Strong. He looks
forward to getting more involved with tennis at the Club and enjoying all of the
social and seasonal activities offered.

Tim, Margaret & Amanda Siviter

Resident Pool
Sponsor: Toles Summers
Tim and Margaret reside in the Cavalier Residences, after recently
moving to the Oceanfront from Bay Island. Tim is a graduate of Norfolk
Collegiate and Hampden-Sydney College, and is relishing his recent re-
tirement after a successful career as owner of Regent Stone Products.
They have an adult daughter, Amanda, and love to travel together as a
family. They have a second home in Costa Rica and reside there for the
winter. They are “beach people” and love to soak up the sun, and Tim
enjoys surfing and paddleboarding. They are former members of the
Cavalier GYC and look forward to enjoying the thriving social life at the
PACC with their friends and neighbors.

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 4

TeamTeam Update

Meet Ashlie Gran | Banquet Manager

After serving as the Club's banquet captain for the past four years, we are excited to share
that Ashlie Gran has accepted the position of PACC banquet manager. Ashlie grew up on
Whidbey Island, a small Island located in Washington state, just a ferry ride away from Seattle.
Her large family meant everyday gifted a new adventure. During the summer of 2015, she
moved to Virginia Beach and began working at the Princess Anne.
Creativity has always been a part of Ashlie's life, from doing makeup to interior decorating,
photography and event planning. As a part of the Princess Anne Team, she has found that
weddings have become her favorite events. She enjoys the personal interactions that allow
her to get to know every Member and giving each Member the best experience possible.
Being a part of the Club is a home away from home environment and has been a huge
reason why she has become so passionate in what she does. Ashlie is eager to continue to
grow and expand her knowledge and creativity with you all.

View full event
details on page 15!

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MembershipMembership Matters

Setting Our Sights (and Goals) High for 2020

As we embark on the new year ahead, we’re excited to share
the Club’s membership goals with you. As you know, it is your
right and privilege as a member to sponsor new members into
YOUR Club. We can’t meet our goals without you!

This year’s membership goal is 35 new members and $350,000 in
initiation fee revenue.

As of November 30, 2019, we’ve welcomed four new members and received $79,593 in
initiation fee revenue. We’re off to a great start!
We’ve incorporated some fun into our goals this year. You’ll see our membership leaderboard
below. Is your name included? If not, you’re missing out on fun, prizes and CASH. All you have
to do is sponsor or endorse the application of a new member.
MEMBERSHIP CHALLENGE RULES
A member receives three points for each new member they sponsor and one point for each application in
which they serve as a secondary endorser. The member with the most points as of September 30, 2020 wins
a four-course wine dinner for eight people courtesy of the Princess Anne.
NEW THIS YEAR!
For each new member you sponsor, you’ll receive a $350 PACC gift card. For each application you endorse, you’ll receive a
$100 PACC gift card.

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 6

Membership Matters

New Princess Anne Living Feature:

Hobby Highlights

We have some amazingly talented members at the PACC!
From musicians, to artists, to culinary masters and beyond, we
are always so impressed to see and hear of your wonderful
accomplishments! We want to share these personal pastimes in a
new segment called Hobby Highlights.

Please reach out to Marketing & Communications Director Kristen
Bunting at [email protected] to share photos and
brief stories about your passion. We can’t wait to learn more
about you!

J. Fletcher Bryant, Jr. | Artist

Fletcher is a graduate of Virginia Tech, lives in the North End of Virginia Beach and has been
part of the Princess Anne family for more than sixty-one years. He began painting in 1968 after
inspiration from attending the Virginia Beach Boardwalk Art Show. His love for his native area is
reflected in his many works. Having studied with various artists (including his grammar school
friend and ten-year chairman of the art department at Sullins College Russell Marshall) he has
developed a style that preserves the nostalgia, beauty and history of Tidewater.

Mr. Bryant's award-winning works have appeared in and graced the covers of, publications
throughout Virginia and have found their way into virtually every state and many foreign
countries. He has created numerous pieces showcasing Princess Anne's clubhouse and golf course through the years.
Fletcher chuckles as he tells the old story of creating a 110-piece series for the newly built Virginia Beach General Hospital.
Unfortunately, his treasured works started disappearing from the walls of the rooms. To ensure their permanence, the
hospital resorted to securing the paintings to the bathroom walls, earning Fletcher the moniker 'Bathroom Artist at the
Beach.'

Working in several mediums, oil, watercolor and pen & ink, he has over 85 signed and numbered limited edition prints in
publication, many of which he has hand painted, giving each a
touch of originality.

Fletcher was the artist for the 2000 Neptune Festival poster and
the 1997 Strawberry Festival poster.

Long active in civic affairs, he was one of the founders of the Back
Bay Wildfowl Guild and a driving force in the establishment of
the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum / De Witt Cottage. The
museum showcases the rich heritage of the American art form of
decoys, wildlife carvings, paintings and photography.

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Membership Matters

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 8

201 9 Operations Team Awards for Excellence

TEAM LEADER OF THE YEAR DEPENDABLE SERVICE

Jennifer Garrott Liz Vlajic
Taylor Nelson Romel Jiminez

TEAM MEMBER OF THE YEAR HOSPITALITY

Jose Ramos Jerry Burton
Chrissy Grulich
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Martin Black
MODEL OF THE MOTTO Timothy Thomas
Personal Attention Consistently Captivating John “Jack” Dobbins

Ryan Smith IRON MAN
Courtney Whittemore
Bobby Carroll
BEHIND THE SCENES Katie Werszner
TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR
WHATEVER IT TAKES
Judy Elwell Nick Slosser
Derek Thompson Jordon Wilson
Jeff Partin
FRONT OF THE HOUSE
TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Hope Hartley-Bono

TEAM BASED LEADERSHIP

Helen Layden

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DINING Enjoy dinner specials every Tuesday- Saturday!
Dining venue hours are also available on our website & mobile app.

WEEKLY SPECIAL FEATURES BREAKERS

TUESDAY- SATURDAY WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
Clubhouse l Dinner Specials
TUESDAY Dinner: 4:00 - 10:00 pm

Clubhouse | Family Night SATURDAY

WEDNESDAY Breakfast: 8:00- 11:00 am
Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am- 10:00 pm
Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Wine Night
Breakers | Ultimate Grilled Cheese (Jan) SUNDAY
Breakers | Fajita Night (Feb)
Breakfast: 8:00- 11:00 am
THURSDAY Brunch: 11:00 am- 1:30 pm
Lunch/Dinner: 1:30- 8:00 pm
Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Crafts & Drafts
SOCIAL / DINING EVENTS
THURSDAY- SUNDAY
FRI 1/03 Happy Hour with Live Music
Breakers | Chef’s Specials SAT 1/11 Tour of Italy Wine Dinner
SAT 1/18 Chili Cook-off at Breakers
THE CHESAPEAKE & THU 1/23 Super Bowl Platters Order Deadline
LINKHORN LOUNGE FRI 1/24 Gourmet Tapas Night at Breakers

TUESDAY – THURSDAY SUN 2/02 Super Bowl Platters Pick Up
FRI 2/07 Happy Hour with Live Music
Lunch: 11:00 am- 6:00 pm FRI 2/07 Linkhorn Lounge Live
Small Plates starting at 2:00 pm WED 2/14 Valentine’s Day Dinner | HM Johnson Band
Dinner: 6:00- 9:00 pm FRI 2/21 Father/Daughter Dance
SAT 2/22 John Anthony Wine Tasting
FRIDAY/SATURDAY FRI 2/28 Prime Rib / Bingo Night at Breakers

Lunch: 11:00 am- 6:00 pm FRI 3/06 Happy Hour with Live Music
Small Plates starting at 2:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00- 10:00 pm

SUNDAY

Brunch: 10:00 am- 2:00 pm

LOUNGES

LADIES
TUE- FRI | 11:00 am- 2:00 pm
MENS
TUE - SUN | 11:00 am- 2:00 pm

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 10

SocialSocial & Dining

SUNDAY BRUNCH ULTIMATE GOURMET
GRILLED CHEESE &
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM | CLUBHOUSE TOMATO SOUP NIGHT
ADULTS: $14.95++
WEDNESDAYS IN JANUARY
CHILDREN 3-12: $10.95++ AT BREAKERS | $9

MADE-TO-ORDER OMELET $6 WOODFORD RESERVE
STATION, AN ARRAY OF SALADS DRINK SPECIALS
DELECTABLE ENTRÉES. LUNCH

MENU AVAILABLE AT 1:00 PM

FAMILY NIGHT CREATE YOUR OWN
FAJITA BAR
TUESDAYS
IN THE CLUBHOUSE WEDNESDAYS IN FEBRUARY
AT BREAKERS
KIDS EAT FREE WITH
ADULT ENTRÉE PURCHASE $12.95 ADULTS
$6 KIDS (INCLUDES A DRINK)
ALSO ENJOY DRAFT BEER SPECIALS

WINE WEDNESDAYS CRAFTS & DRAFTS

WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
IN THE CLUBHOUSE IN THE CLUBHOUSE
HALF PRICE WINE BOTTLES
HALF PRICE
BOTTLES UNDER $100. CRAFT AND DRAFT BEERS
NOT VALID ON HOUSE WINE.

DINE-IN ONLY.

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Social & Dining

WINTER WINE CHILI COOK-OFF
EVENTS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 18
TOUR OF ITALY BREAKERS | 5:00 - 7:00 PM
WINE DINNER $10 / FREE FOR CONTESTANTS

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11 JACK DANIELS TASTING,
6:00 PM RECEPTION HEATED TENT, LIVE MUSIC
6:30 PM DINNER & PRIZES FOR BEST CHILI!
CLUBHOUSE | $85
SUPER BOWL
HOSTED BY PARTY PLATTERS
Enrico de Alessandrini from Sassaia
WINGS, ROASTED VEGGIE PLATTER,
Winery Piedmont, Italy DEVILED EGGS & MORE!

JOHN ANTHONY CALL 757-961-2884 OR EMAIL
VINEYARDS WINE TASTING [email protected]

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 PLACE YOUR ORDERS BY
6:00 PM THUR., 1/23 | PICK UP SUN., 2/2

CLUBHOUSE | $25 TAPAS NIGHT

Complimentary for Wine Society! FRIDAY, JANUARY 24
BREAKERS
HOSTED BY
Fine Wine Specialist 4:00 - 10:00 PM
Bo Montgomery from RNDC ENJOY GOURMET TAPAS CREATED

PINOT NOIR WINE CLASS BY CHEF DEREK!
KID'S MENU AVAILABLE
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
6:00 PM WINE SPECIALS

CLUBHOUSE | $25 Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 12

Complimentary for Wine Society!

Oregon vs. Burgundy
Hosted by Chris Fulp
from The Winebow Group

Social & Dining LINKHORN LOUNGE
LIVE
VALENTINE'S
DINNER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7
6:00 - 10:00 PM
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14
6:00 - 9:00 PM LINKHORN LOUNGE
LIVE MUSIC BY BRETT WILLIAMS
CLUBHOUSE | $50++
HAPPY HOUR
ENTERTAINMENT BY HM JOHNSON WITH LIVE MUSIC
WINE SPECIALS
FIRST FRIDAY EACH MONTH
$6 SPECIALTY COCKTAILS 5:30 - 7:30 PM | CLUBHOUSE
FEBRUARY 7 | BRETT WILLIAMS
Menu (6 - 10 PM) | $5 HOT TODDIES

(Choose One) MARCH 6 | BOB LINSLY
Pomegranate and Apple Salad CLASSIC COCKTAILS NIGHT
Baby arugula, Belgian endive, toasted pistachios,
VALENTINE'S
champagne vinaigrette DINNER
Classic Lobster Bisque
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14
Fresh cold water lobster, BREAKERS
rich brandy-lobster veloute
5:00 - 10:00 PM
(Choose One) WINE SPECIALS ALL NIGHT
Pacific Day-Boat Halibut
Black truffle whipped potatoes, melted leeks,

roasted lemon vinaigrette

Grilled 6oz Center Cut
Filet of Beef

Parsnip and celery root gratin, crispy fried
asparagus, French onion demi-glace

Wild Foraged
Mushroom Risotto
Tender Arborio rice, wild foraged Oregon
mushrooms, rich parmesan reggiano, wild

mushroom jus

Dessert Melange
Mini PACC chocolate chip cookies, assortment of
house made chocolate truffles, warm madeleines

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YouthSocial & Dining / Youth

PRIME RIB & PIZZA PARTY &
BINGO NIGHT DESIGN CHARETTE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28 JANUARY 17 | 6:00 - 7:30 PM
5:00 - 10:00 PM SEA PINES ROOM | AGES 8+

BINGO STARTS AT 7:30 PM LET'S CHAT ABOUT YOUR IDEAS
$1/SHEET FOR THE FUTURE YOUTH ROOM!

PRIME RIB DINNER SPECIAL
FOR $16.99++

An enchanted evening! ODU BASKETBALL
FATHER DAUGHTER GAME OUTING

DANCE MONDAY, JANUARY 20 | 3:00 PM
AGES 9+
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
6:00 - 8:00 PM (MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY)
PACC BALLROOM COME OUT AND CHEER
FOR THE MONARCHS!
$30++ PER
FATHER & DAUGHTER PAIR MAGIC
SHOW
($10++ FOR EACH
ADDITIONAL DAUGHTER) FRIDAY, JANUARY 31
6:00 PM | PRINCE CHARLES ROOM
~ DJ & DANCING ~
ALL AGES ARE WELCOME
ATTIRE: COAT & TIE FOR $15/FAMILY
GENTLEMEN AND
Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 14
DRESSES FOR LADIES

~ MENU ~

FINGER SANDWICHES d SLIDERS
CHICKEN FINGERS d FRUIT KABOBS

PASTA SALAD
ICE CREAM SUNDAE BAR

15 Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020

CourseGolf Course & Grounds Update

By Matt Boyce | Director of Golf Course Maintenance and Club Grounds

On the Horizon

As we embark on 2020, there are exciting developments in progress on the golf course!

Sub Air System on #12 This unit will sit behind the bunker
To enhance the environment on #12 green, a new system was installed to help move on #12 green.
water and air through the soil profile of the putting surface. This new system was
attached to the existing drainage pipes and will have the ability to move water out of the
soil profile during heavy rain events, blow cooler air up through the soil profile in the heat
of summer and blow warmer air up through the soil profile during the cold months.

Why is this important? The 12th green sits in an environment that challenges the bentgrass putting surface in the summer
months. This new system will help limit the extreme temperatures to create a more moderate environment for the bentgrass to
sustain growth.

This product is used at Augusta National in the greens, tees, fairway landing areas and patron walkways.

Bunker and Cart Path Renovations
This winter Mr. Tim Liddy and the Duininck Golf Group will orchestrate a bunker renovation

project. Duininck was a part of the bunker preparation prior to the 2016 Ryder Cup at

Hazeltine Golf Club, which included the Better Billy Bunker System.

Mr. Liddy will massage some of the current edges, fill in existing bunkers without affecting
the integrity of the golf course, convert all remaining bunkers to the Better Billy Bunker
System and cap the already converted Billy Bunkers with sand. Upon completion, all sand
will be the same, with the same look and texture, and will provide a consistent playing
surface throughout the golf course.

As part of this renovation project the crushed concrete cart paths will be converted to
sand. The formed concrete cart paths that are already in place in such areas as the first
tee, #12 and #18 will remain. Cart paths that were originally crushed concrete or cart paths
that were experimented with shell or other material will be converted to sand. Sand was
chosen to soften the bounce of a wayward shot to limit the opportunity to trickle out of
bounds.

In addition to the 8 foot swath cart path, we will also remove some of the turf from around

the cart paths and add sand. This additional sand will create a

Pinehurst look around the course and parallel the direction of Follow information regarding the golf course and
taking the course back to its original roots of the early 1900’s. club grounds on our website’s blog or Facebook
This process and outcome will look very similar to #8, which was and Instagram at @PrincessAnneCC
crafted four years ago.

Thank you for your patience as we navigate the project during
daily play and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at [email protected]

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2020 16

The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

What in the World Wh at in the World

Dear Rules Guru: I have heard that there is something is the World
called the World Handicap System (WHS). I can’t imagine Handicap System?
that it affects me since I only want to play at the PACC, not
worldwide!
So…“What in the World is the World Handicap System?”

My Questions:

Question 1: What is the WHS?
Currently there are six different handicap systems around

the world. These have been replaced by one system, the WHS, effective January 2020. For the most part, the system will be very

much like the current US system and will use the US course rating and slope rating system.

Question 2: Will this affect my current handicap index?
There will be some minimal changes in your current handicap index.

Question 3: When do I post my scores? As long as I post before the 1st or the 15th is that still okay?
Handicap indexes will be updated daily, so it is important that scores be posted daily before midnight East Coast Time. Also,

please refer to the answer to question #8 on the following page regarding course conditions.

Question 4: When I tee off on the first hole, how do I know my Course Handicap for the PACC on the tees that I am playing?
What is the difference between a Course Handicap, Handicap Index and a Playing Handicap?
Let's look at the three different terms:

• Handicap Index – this is based on the average of your best 8 score differentials out of your last 20. Each score is compared
to the Course Rating and Slope Rating of the tees played, not to par, to produce a score differential. A Handicap Index is the

portable number we take to any golf course to determine our Course Handicap.
• Course Handicap – this is calculated for each set of tees for each golf course and uses your Handicap Index, the Slope Rating,

and Par to produce a number which is your Course Handicap from the tees you are playing. The Course Handicap represents

the number of strokes needed to play par golf.
• Playing Handicap – If you are playing in an organized club event, the tournament rules may modify your Course Handicap

for that event. For instance, in a 4-ball competition (2 man teams) the players may only get 85% of their Course Handicap. So

85% of your Course Handicap becomes your Playing Handicap.

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FOR A FREE Submit by emailing us at [email protected]
SLEEVE Until next time, keep the questions coming!
OF BALLS -The Mighty Rules Gurus

Question 5: I have heard there is a different procedure now for obtaining the maximum score to post for a hole. I now
post a maximum 7 on every hole. How does that change? And please explain “Net Double Bogey.”
Under the current system, the maximum score a player can post for a hole varies depending on the player’s handicap. The

new system allows all players to post a “Net Double Bogey.”

You would add two strokes to par for the hole (double bogey) plus any strokes you get on that hole. This is a “Net Double
Bogey” and is your maximum score for that hole.

For instance: At the Princess Anne, the first hole is the #1 handicap hole.
• A 17 handicap golfer can post a 7 on this hole: 4 (par) plus 2 (double bogey ) plus 1 (handicap strokes allowed on #1)=7 .
• A 20 handicap golfer can post an 8 on this hole; 4 (par) plus 2 (double bogey) plus 2 (handicap strokes allowed on #1) =8.

Net Double Bogey =
Par + 2 strokes (Double Bogey) + Your handicap strokes for that hole.

EXAMPLE

Handicap strokes per hole 0 strokes 1 stroke 2 strokes 3 strokes

Par 5 7 8 9 10

Par 4 6 7 8 9

Par 3 5 6 7 8

Question 6: What if I play at another course? Do I use my PACC handicap?
Do not confuse your “handicap” with your handicap index. Your handicap index does not change from one course to another.
The index is used to determine your “course handicap” for the course and tees you are playing that day. The pro shop can look
up your course handicap for the tees you are playing on that course. You can also look this up on the “MY VSGA” app.

Question 7: What if I am playing against someone and they are playing from a different set of tees?
In most cases a player’s course handicap will change depending on which tees they play. For instance Player A plays the yellow
tees and the course handicap from these tees is 16; Player B plays the red tees and the course handicap from the red tees is 14.
Player A gets 2 strokes, which would be on the two hardest holes. At Princess Anne this would be hole
1 (handicap #1) and hole 10 (handicap #2). Under the new system, the difference in the course rating for the different tees is
automatically calculated when determining the “course handicap” for each tee. Making a separate adjustment for the course
rating is no longer necessary.

Question 8: I heard the weather and course conditions have something to do with my handicap. I played in the rain this
week and almost didn’t post my score because it was so windy and my score was so bad! How "in the world” would the
computer know it was rainy and windy.
With rounds being posted daily, the computer will calculate if course conditions produce unusually high or low rounds and adjust
scores posted that day to reflect the more difficult conditions. This is another reason why it is important for all players to post
their scores daily. It can affect all scores posted that day.

From the Gallery – Questions from our Members
Question 1: What if for some reason I don’t finish my round. How many holes do I have to play
to post a score and how do I calculate my scores for the holes I didn’t play?

For a 9 hole score - minimum of 7 holes.
For a 18 hole score - minimum of 14 holes
Post 'Net Par' for holes not played.
'Net Par' = par + handicap strokes allowed on the holes not played.

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GolfFrom the Links

The Green Jacket 2019 Golf Champions Men’s Member-Guest
Champions
McClanan Memorial
Champions

Toles Summers Gary & Evan Beck Mark Finn & Russell Brooks
Men’s Club Champion Men’s Senior Champion Men’s Super Senior Champion

Chris Devine Dennis Casey John Peterson
Parent-Child Champions Windholz Champion
Men’s Member-Member
Champions

Woody Parsons & Mitch Ackaway Pat & Chris Devine Hu Odom
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From the Links

2019 Golf Champions Men’s Shootout Husband & Wife
Champion Champions
Men’s Summer League
Champions

Dan Morrall and Jesse King Mitch Ackaway Genie & Hartwell Roper

Beck & Paolini Junior Golfer Junior Club Ladies’ Member-Guest
of the Year Champion Champions

Ellery Wetzler Carson Poulos Martha Davidson, Susan Wight,
Sherry Walker and Lyn Magette
Ladies’ Ladies’ Club
Shootout Champion Champion Ladies’ Senior
Club Champion

Monique Martone Jeanne Beck Jeanne Beck
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From the Links Ladies’ Member-Member
Champions
2019 Golf Champions

Ladies’ Challenge Match
Champions

Mary McNeal & Babs Neff Babs Neff & Julie Holland
Spring Handicap Champion

Alice Striffler

WINTER GREENS/GUEST FEES Golf
cart fees
Members who do not have a comprehensive sport still apply
supplement and all guests will be charged the respective
9-hole rate, regardless of the number of holes played:

Greens Fee Weekday Weekend
Guest $40 $45
Junior Fee $45 $50
Junior Guest $20 $25
$25 $30

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From the Links

2020 Golf Events Schedule

These dates are subject to change, please check the online calendar throughout the year!

MEN’S EVENTS

The Green Jacket Par 3 April 10

The Green Jacket April 11

Windholz Matches Begin April 16

McClanan Memorial May 1

Derby Day Mixed Blitz May 2

James G. Parke Member-Guest June 18–20

Men’s League begins (each Thursday) June 25

Men’s Triumvirate @ Cavalier August 5

Richard D. Cooke Men’s Club Championship August 7–9

Vincent G. Thomas Men’s Member-Member September 10–12

Capt. L.R. Vail Men’s Senior Club Championship October 16–18
and Super Senior Club Championship

President’s Cup October 29- 31

Shootout December 5

Pop-Pop December 18

LADIES’ EVENTS

PALG Opening Play Day April 21

Joanne R. Neff Spring Handicap May 12 & 14

Martha Macklin Smith Member–Guest June 9 – 10

Ladies Member-Member July 21- 23

Ladies Triumvirate @ PACC TBA

Louis H. Windholz Club Championship August 7–9

Eugene Lee Parker Women’s Senior Club Championship October 16–18

Turkey Scramble November 24

PALG Christmas Luncheon December 8

Spring Glow Ball MIXED EVENTS
Parent–Child April 24
Junior Club Championship July 19
Husband & Wife Championship August 7–9
Fall Glow Ball September 27
October 23

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From the Links

PASMGA Year In Review

The Princess Anne Senior Men’s Golf Association continues to provide an
opportunity each week for our male golfers with more experience to play golf and
grow friendships through the game. We averaged 39 players each Wednesday and
grew our base of players from 87 in 2018 to 92 different individuals this season.
We continue to seek new opportunities to play this wonderful game and did so this
past year through a trip to Bay Creek on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, while also
participating in home and home matches with our peers at Broad Bay, Cavalier and
Cedar Point.

Our 2019 Senior Cup Champion and PASMGA Player of the Year was Jerry Clarke.
Jerry was one of the most frequent players this past season and his strong play
helped him win the season points title.

All of the association’s success is attributed to the hard work and dedication of our
2019 board and officers: President Vince Olivieri, Vice President Mickey Walker,
Secretary Jim Allen, Treasurer Jim Gregory and Assistant Treasurer Charlie Greiner.
Our officers included Steve Houfek, Hill Ellett, Jim Wolcott and Lee Entsminger.

Any male golfers 60 & older that are interested in joining the PASMGA for the 2019
season can contact the golf shop for more details. Thank you to all our members
for their continued participation and we look forward to another successful year in
2020.

GOLF WINTER HOURS OF OPERATION (THROUGH MARCH 31)

DAY GOLF SHOP BAG ROOM TEE TIMES

Monday Closed 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Course Closed

Tuesday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 9:00 am

Saturday & Sunday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm 7:00 am - 5:00 pm 8:00 am

Driving Range closes at 5:00 pm daily.

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From the Links

PALG Year in Review Through March 11!

Another year in the books for the Princess
Anne Lady Golfers (PALG)! From April through
October, the ladies enjoyed fun formats and
great golf on Tuesday mornings in addition
to wonderful tournaments throughout the
season.

As a whole, participation grew with play
days averaging 25-30 ladies each week.
The number of new faces has brought a
great energy and enthusiasm! Tournament
attendance was also strong, including our
Member-Guest which was well received by all that attended. Our ladies also enjoyed success
in our inter-club events with the Triumvirate team narrowly finishing in 2nd place behind
Bayville and the Beach Cup team winning over Cavalier.

Thank you to our Chair Jeanne Beck for her leadership and hard work this season to make
the PALG such a great organization. We look forward to a wonderful 2020 with all of our
PALG members!

Junior Golf Year in Review

The Princess Anne Junior Golf Program continues to grow year after year. In 2019 we saw
an increase in junior golfer participation from 121 to 135. We debuted a new platform for
our 3-6 year old juniors called "Birdie Basics." The class is centered around learning through
story, narrated by Mama Birdie! The kids have really enjoyed hearing about Mama Birdie
and what she is teaching each week. Our Operation 36 program continues to flourish with
over 45 juniors participating this year. Our Virginia Beach Junior League team had the
greatest leap in participation, going from 24 players in 2018 to 38 players this year. The
team went undefeated (6-0) in the regular season but suffered a heart-breaking loss in the
first round of the playoffs. Ellery Wetzler was the recipient of the 2019 Beck-Paolini Award,

given to the junior golfer of
the year. The success of our
program is attributed to the
hard work and dedication
from the Junior Golf Director
Chris Speaker, PGA and the
entire golf professional
team! Thank you to all
juniors that participated this
year and we look forward to
an even better 2020 season.

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TennisFrom the Courts From the Links

TENNIS Tennis Talk
TALK
We trust you all had a wonderful holiday break and are ready to get back to tennis. We have
a lot of fun things for you to participate in this year. Please refer to our 2020 calendar on page
28! If you haven’t already signed up for the CHKD Winter Open Mixed Doubles tournament,
please do so as soon as possible as the “members and sponsors only” entries have taken up
most of the available spots. Entries will open to the public on January 1. Reminder, our junior
tennis programs will start back up the second week in January.

Our first tournament of the year will be a 12 and under yellow ball USTA Shootout on Saturday, January 11. This will be a
one day event for both boys and girls in the 12 and under division.

High School
Tennis News

Private high school tennis
season for girls takes place
in the fall and quite a few of
our girls made serious waves.
Norfolk Academy, coached
by Mike Duquette, won TCIS
by a fairly dominant score of
5-2. Several of our PACC girls
were on the team: Emma
Hugo, Alexandra Kerr, Olivia
McNulty, Emma Clark and AC
Perry. Several of them received
awards. Emma Hugo received All-TCIS for singles and Alexandra Kerr received All-TCIS for doubles.

ODU ProAm

The ODU ProAm, hosted on November 10th was an opportunity for our guys to play in a doubles event with a current or
former ODU Men's Tennis Team.

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FrForommthteheCLoiunrkts

Mixed Doubles Coaching Social

Couples and mixed doubles pairs enjoyed our new coaching social which included some fun matches with on-court
coaching from John on Friday nights.

Pickleball Extravaganza

We kicked off our official Pickleball program with free socials on Friday, November 8 and Monday, November 11. This
was to celebrate a first for PACC, two brand new, dedicated pickleball courts and an actual program to go with it. This
new program includes regular weekly open play sessions as well as lessons and clinics offered by our tennis professionals.
There were over 30 people of varying levels from beginner to advanced that came out to join in the fun. Please do not
hesitate to call the pro shop if you have any interest in this program. We can get you up to speed in a matter of minutes!

Big Man Doubles PACC vs. Cavalier

We had 30 players competing in two inter-club friendlies over the fall season with PACC and Cavalier tying in match wins.
To break the ties, we counted up number of games won and we prevailed both times.

Thanksgiving Day Cardio

Thank you again to everyone who came out to enjoy one of our favorite traditions, the annual Thanksgiving Cardio.
As always, it was very well attended with 37 adults and 10 juniors. Those who support it enjoy coming out to get their
workout in before the family feast!

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From the Courts

USTA L5 Thanksgiving Classic

This tournament has been an institution in the Hampton Roads area for over 30 years. Colonel Shivar ran it since its inception
at his long standing facility, Center Court, in Newport News until he retired three years ago when we offered to keep it rolling at
PACC. We had over 50 kids this year participating from all over the region which nine of them were ours. Ashton Legum had a
great run to the finals of the boys’ 16’s before losing to the number one seed, Shawn Berdia from Maryland.

John’s Tip of the Month | Beat the Poacher

With our flagship tournament of
the year upon us, the CHKD Winter
Open Mixed, keeping the ball away
from an active poacher can be a
challenge especially if the server has
a decent serve. Here are some good
tips to think about when you are
about to return serve:
1. Have a gameplan on every

return and simplify your options
with the acronym CALD which
stands for Crosscourt, Angle,
Lob or Down the Line. List in
order from highest to lowest
percentage.
2. Make your mind up before the server starts their motion and stick to it.
3. Go down the line on the very first point to set the tone.
4. Make sure you don't overhit, just focus on hitting to your target.
5. The lob can be the most effective as it doesn't have to be accurate, just over the poacher's reach.

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2020 Tennis Calendar of Events From the Courts

January Saturday, January 11
USTA Boys and Girls 12s SuperSet Tournament Saturday, January 25
CHKD Warm-Up Event
February Thursday, January 30 – Sunday, February 2
CHKD Mixed Open Doubles Tournament Friday, February 14
Valentine’s Day Cardio
March Tuesday, March 17
St. Patrick’s Day Cardio
April Saturday, April 25
Virginia Cup (@ CCV) Sunday, April 26
Fun Cup (@ CAV )
May Saturday, May 2
Tidewater Cup (@ PACC) Friday, May 1 – Friday, May 15
Men’s/Women’s Singles Club Championship Friday, June 12- Saturday, June 13
June Friday, July 3- Sunday, July 5
Anderson Cup (@ FCC) Saturday, August 22
July
Member/Guest Doubles Tournament TBA
August Saturday, September 12- Sunday, September 13
Senior Tidewater Cup (@ PACC) TBA
September
Member/Member Doubles Club Championship Friday, October 2 – Sunday, October 4
Spindle Cup (@ PACC) Sunday, October 4
Junior Singles Club Championship Saturday, October 10 – Monday, October 12
October
Member/Member Mixed Doubles Tournament Thursday, November 26
Junior Country Club Cup (@CCV) Friday, November 27 – Sunday, November 29
L5 USTA Junior Tournament
November TBA
Thanksgiving Day Cardio
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December
Holiday Tennis Camps

2020

Princess Anne
Country Club

MIXED DOUBLES OPEN
TENNIS TOURNAMENT

JAN 30 - FEB 2 / 2020

ENTRY DEADLINE:

24 / JAN / 2020

• Everyone is guaranteed
at least 2 matches

• Matches will be
2 out of 3 sets
with a 3rd set being
a 10-point tiebreaker

• The finals of each
division will be
best 2 out of 3 sets

• Draws will be limited to a
maximum 16 teams per draw

• Registration opens December 1 for Princess Anne members
and sponsors (email [email protected] to
register) and to the general public January 1

LEVEL OF PLAY: (Combined USTA rating 6.5, 7.5, 8.5, 9.5)

ENTRY $175 A Project of the
Oceanfront Circle
of The King’s Daughters

to benefit CHKD

Saturday Night Cocktail Party Sponsorship Opportunities Available!

Wine l Beer l On-court Beverages Contact Renee Scott Walker at [email protected]
Babysitting l Two Lunch Vouchers Aden Glassman at [email protected]
Tournament Favor or
l

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FitnessFitness & Wellness

PACC Team Feature | Jimmy Mitchum

Fitness Instructor

The Final Countdown Workout

Try this travel workout: No equipment required!

10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 of each circuit.

Start first set of exercises with 10 reps of each exercise. Decrease reps by one
each set until you get to one, and then move on to the next set of exercises.

1. Push up & Reverse lunge
2. Squat jump & Knee to elbow
3. Skaters & Plank to side plank
4. Burpee & Sit up

Meet Jimmy JIMMY | FAST 10 FAST 10

Jimmy graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise 1. FAVORITE EXERCISE: Pullup/Handstand
Science from ODU. He is certified by the American
College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) as a Health 2. EXERCISE YOU LOVE TO HATE: Hamstring Curl
Fitness Specialist and by the National Strength
and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified 3. FAVORITE BOOK: Endurance: The Story of
Strength and Conditioning Specialist. As a personal Ernest Shackleton
trainer, his objectives are to assist you in reaching
your goals as quickly and efficiently as possible, and 4. FAVORITE HEALTHY SNACK: Vegan Protein Bar
to educate you on fitness as a lifestyle, not just a from Badass Coffee
temporary change. Whether it be training to run a
half marathon, preparing for an upcoming sports 5. FAVORITE INDULGENCE: Homemade
season, or just wanting to lose 50 pounds to attain Chipwiches (Ice Cream Sandwich)
a healthier lifestyle, he is here to guide you to your
specific goal. He has over five years of experience 6. WHO I WOULD LIKE TO TRAIN WITH (DEAD/
working with clients and Division I athletes doing high ALIVE): Teddy Roosevelt
intensity metabolic training, Olympic weight lifting,
endurance training, core strengthening and exercise 7. FAVORITE HOBBY: Spikeball
prescription. He interned at ODU Strength and
Conditioning his final year at ODU, working with the 8. FAVORITE WAY TO SPEND A FREE HOUR:
Men’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball Playing (aka working out, stretching, playing a
and Men’s Baseball team. sport, doing something active)

Random Fact: Jimmy wrestled throughout high 9. FAVORITE WEEKEND GETAWAY: Somewhere in
school for First Colonial and at James Madison the mountains
University for one year.
10. FAVORITE QUOTE: “Everything worthwhile
in life requires suffering”

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FITNESS PRO
OPEN HOUSE

INSPIRE
YOUR FITNESS

MEET YOUR PACC FITNESS
PROFESSIONALS AND

JUMP-START YOUR NEW YEAR
WITH MOTIVATING WORKSHOPS

AND CHALLENGES!

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18

Register online or by calling the
Fitness Center at 440-2102.

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Fitness & Wellness

ASK THE FITNESS PRO What resources do you recommend
for those looking to improve their
health/fitness this year?

My most reliable "go to" for current, Use MyZone! It’s a great way I love podcasts and audiobooks for
up to date information on a host of to monitor your workout, your staying motivated and informed.
health/fitness topics is Dr Mercola workout intensity and your They are great when driving, cleaning
at mercola.com. You can subscribe caloric expenditure. It’s also or taking a walk. Podcasts are like
to a daily or weekly newsletter. a fun way to compete with condensed versions of a book when you
– Mallory yourself and others! can find a good one…easy to digest and
-Sabine fit in to a busy schedule.

WHAT YOU'LL FIND Audiobooks:
“Atomic Habits” by James Clear
EXPRESS CLASSES & WORKSHOPS “Spark” by John Ratey
NEW TOYS! How to use different training tools
to round out and progress your workout (Multi-trainer). Podcasts:
“Sigma Nutrition”
“Food For Fitness”
“Found My Fitness”
– Andrea

CAN’T TOUCH YOUR TOES? Find progress in one quick workout!
Trainers will introduce you to the Functional Movement System to test
and progress healthy movement patterns (Multi-trainer).

HOW TO PROGRESS YOUR PUSH-UPS & PULL-UPS

CORE & ROTATIONAL POWER for sport and froecr olivfeeHryoliday Eating | Crissy White
STRETCHING TECHNIQUES to enhance your

RAFFLE DRAWINGS: Massages, Personal Training SessiIot’ns sha&rdmtoobreep!eTrfhecet omveorrteheyhooulidaatytse. nThde, foods
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the greater your chances to win! ingredients. You don’t have to be perfect, just do your
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and get back to normal instead of giving up until the
to win raffle tickets and bragging rights! New Year.

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January2020Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sSocial/Dining Clubhouse & sCrafts & Drafts sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
sGolf Breakers closed for Clubhouse with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner
sTennis dining Wine Tasting
sAquatics Breakers
sFitness Clubhouse
sYouth
1 2 3 4


sSunday Brunch sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sUSTA Boys &
Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Girls 12s Super-
Set Tournament
sBreakfast/ sGrilled Cheese Tennis Center
Lunch/Dinner Night Breakers
Breakers sItaly Wine
Dinner Clubhouse
5
6 7 8 9 10 11sBreakfast/
sSunday Brunch Lunch/Dinner
Clubhouse Breakers

sBreakfast/ sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sYouth Room Pizza sFitness Pro
Lunch/Dinner Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Party & Charette Open House
Breakers
sGrilled Cheese Clubhouse sChili Cook Off
12 Night Breakers Breakers

sBreakfast/
Lunch/Dinner

13 14 15 16 17 18Breakers

sSunday Brunch sMLK Day - sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sTapas Night sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Golf Course Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Breakers Dinner
Open Breakers
sBreakfast/ sGrilled Cheese sSuper Bowl
Lunch/Dinner sODU Night Breakers Platters Deadline sCHKD Tennis
Breakers Basketball Breakers Warm-up Event
Outing

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

sSunday Brunch sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sMagic Show
Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Clubhouse

sBreakfast/ 27 sGrilled Cheese sCHKD Mixed 31
Lunch/Dinner Night Breakers Doubles Open
Breakers Tennis
28 29 Tournament
26
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February

Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sBreakfast/
Lunch/Dinner
Breakers

1

sSunday Brunch sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner
$5 Hot Toddies Breakers
sBreakfast/ sFajita Night
Lunch/Dinner Breakers Clubhouse 8
Breakers
sLinkhorn
sSuper Bowl
Platters Pick Up Lounge Live

2 Breakers 3 4 5 6 Clubhouse 7

sCrystal Clear sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sValentine’s sBreakfast/
Vision Event Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Tennis Cardio Lunch/Dinner
Clubhouse Closed
sFajita Night sValentine’s Breakers
sBreakfast/ Breakers Dinner Clubhouse
Lunch/Dinner
Breakers 10 11 12 sValentine’s 15
Dinner Breakers
9
13 14

sSunday Brunch President’s Day~ sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sFather & sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Golf Course is Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Daughter Dance Dinner
Open Breakers
sBreakfast/ sFajita Night Clubhouse
Lunch/Dinner Breakers sJohn Anthony
Breakers Wine Tasting
Clubhouse

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

sSunday Brunch sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCrafts & Drafts sPrime Rib/Bingo sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Breakers Dinner

sBreakfast/ sFajita Night Breakers
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Princess Anne Country Club
3800 Pacific Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Winter HoursHours

Chesapeake / Linkhorn Lounge Golf Pro Shop

Brunch Sunday 10 am- 2 pm January - Spring 2020
Lunch Tuesday - Saturday 11 am- 2 pm
Dinner Tuesday - Thursday 6 pm - 9 pm Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range Tee Times
Friday/Saturday 6 pm - 10 pm Course Closed
Mon Closed 9 am- 5 pm Begin at 9 am
Begin at 8 am
Tues- Fri 8 am- 5 pm 8 am- 5 pm
Tee Times
Men’s Lounge Sat & Sun 7 am- 5 pm 7 am- 5 pm Begin at 8 am


Lunch Tuesday - Sunday 11 am- 2 pm Holiday Hours

(à la carte or buffet) Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range

Jan. 1 7 am- 5 pm 7 am- 5 pm

Ladies’ Lounge Tennis Pro Shop

Lunch Tuesday - Friday 11 am- 2 pm Mon- Fri 8 am- 7 pm
(à la carte or buffet) Sat- Sun 8 am- 5 pm

Breakers Fitness Center

Dinner Wednesday - Friday 4 pm- 10 pm Daily 5 am- 10 pm
Breakfast Saturday & Sunday 8 am- 11 am
Lunch/Dinner Saturday 11 am- 10 pm Kid’s Club 3800
Brunch Sunday 11 am- 1:30 pm
Lunch/Dinner Sunday 2 pm- 8 pm (Babysitting is available for special events, as advertised.)

Monday - Friday 7:30 am- 1:30 pm

Friday 5:30 - 9:30 pm

Saturday 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
(must RSVP)


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