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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2016-04-27 10:08:59

2016 PACC Summer Newsletter

2016 Princess Anne Country Club Summer Newsletter



PrincessAnne Table of Contents

LivingSUMMER| 2016 Message from the President..............................................................2
Up-to-Date from the General Manager ..........................................2
Frequently Used Numbers Welcome New Members ..................................................................3
Centennial Highlights.......................................................................3
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Membership Update .........................................................................4
Social and Dining..............................................................................6
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Wine Society .....................................................................................24
Youth Activities .................................................................................25
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 2016 Youth Summer Activities Calendar.........................................30
The Golden Rules..............................................................................35
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 From the Greens (Matt Boyce) ..........................................................37
From the Links (Golf Pro Shop Team)...............................................38
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 From the Courts ( John Fraser)..........................................................45
Lifestyles & Fitness (Andrea Pettay) .................................................49
Operations Team From the Deep End (Brian Triolet)..................................................55
May - August Calendar ....................................................................57
McCall Andy Denise Johnson
440-3101 440-3113 Executive Committee
Director of Catering Human Resources &
& Special Events Accounting Manager

[email protected] [email protected]

Matt Boyce Steve Layden John Thomas Standing President
440-3119 440-3105 Jonathan L.Thornton Vice President
Director of Golf Course Restaurant Manager Leslie R. Watson Secretary
Maintenance and Patrick Shuler (Acting) Treasurer
Club Grounds [email protected]
Board of Directors
[email protected] Paul Michaelian
440-3109 Thomas E. Bohan, Jr. Christopher J. Fanney Michael W. McCabe, Jr.
Kristen Bunting Head PGA Robert Bradshaw T. Bradley Foster Ann Gregory Nickles
440-3111 Golf Professional Sheridan Y. Conley Troy A. Heselius Tammy E. Ross
Director of Marketing & Cecil V. Cutchins, Jr. Thomas Hyman, Jr. Stockton Tyler Watson
Communications [email protected]
Committee Chairpersons
[email protected] Andrea Pettay
440-3103 Entertainment ................................ Chris Fanney
Mardy Colling Director of Fitness Finance............................................ Pat Shuler
440-3106 & Wellness Fitness ............................................. Tom Bohan
Breakers Manager Golf ................................................. Troy Heselius
[email protected] Green .............................................. Robbie Bradshaw
[email protected] House .............................................. Tom Hyman
Paul Rosario Long Range Strategic Planning....... Jay Gorry
John Fraser 440-3114 Membership .................................... Stock Watson
440-3117 Purchasing Director Pool ................................................. Cecil Cutchins, Jr.
Director of Tennis Rules ............................................... Ran Randolph Jr.
[email protected] Tennis ............................................. Sheridan Conley
[email protected] Youth Involvement .......................... Ann Nickles
Bill Shonk
Jennifer Garrott 440-3100 SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
440-3110 General Manager Wine Committee.............................. Gray Randolph
Membership Director Historical Preservation ................... Sandra Baylor
[email protected] Membership I.D. ............................. Susan Pender
[email protected] Tradition ........................................ Andy Dickinson
Brian Triolet Building .......................................... Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
Cathie Havrilesky 425-1117
440-3115 Aquatics Director
[email protected]
[email protected]
Mimi Wormeley
Mike Helms 428-4141 ext: 340
440-3104 Banquet Manager
Clubhouse Manager
[email protected]
[email protected]

Michael Jacinto
428-4141 ext: 322
Executive Chef

[email protected]

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Message from the President

The summer newsletter is an exciting issue to mail to our membership. It’s a guide to all the wonderful events
your club has to offer. The Breaker’s Boulevard Grillin’ & Chillin’ Concert Series begins in April. Our Youth
Committee has an exciting schedule of programs planned, the Swim Team is gearing up for another great
season and your Golf and Tennis Professionals have another competitive series of tournaments and events
scheduled. I encourage everyone to take advantage of these offerings, get involved and enjoy your great club!

On another note, I would like to thank all the Members who took the time to complete our club survey.
615 surveys were completed. Many thanks! Have a great summer!


Jay Standing

Up-to-Date from the General Manager

Happy 100th Princess Anne | August 30th will mark the exact date The Princess Anne Country Club was
founded a century ago.On that date in 1916,ninety-two businessmen,most from Norfolk,signed a subscription
agreement and paid $50 towards a Certificate of Membership. The Club was incorporated on September
23, 1916, and according to the original articles of incorporation, the purpose of the Princess Anne was:

“to own, maintain, and operate…a social and country club, including any and all facilities for golf, tennis,
swimming, and any and all other sports of any kind and character whatsoever, and to provide for its members such
accommodations and entertainment as may be desirable to them.”

Youth Programming | I suspect youth programming was not discussed when the founding Members crafted the purpose statement
above, but as your fellow Club Member leaders strive to stay true to those original tenets, now there is considerable discussion
about programs for our youth. This newsletter is certainly testament to your Club’s commitment to programming of “any kind and
character” with significant emphasis on our Princess Anne youth. A special tear-out section attempts to consolidate virtually every
youth program into a summer calendar.The Youth Involvement Committee has worked creatively to synchronize enhanced existing
programs with exciting new activities, and our passionate, gifted professionals cannot wait to teach youngsters sportsmanship,
conditioning, etiquette, technique, scoring rules, teamwork, traditions of the games and so much more this summer. While the
emphasis is on fun and respect, in many instances written and physical testing, competition, and achievement recognition are in
place for Princess Anne Juniors to progress. We have doubled the number of PACC Sports-of-all Sorts Camps, added youth and
teen fitness conditioning programs. Additionally, we’ve expanded Kids Club 3800 pre-school focus events and added new Tuesday
activities and Thankful Thursdays where children will engage in creative fun gestures for the people in their lives that make it
better and deserve appreciation. We are focused on making this the best summer yet for swim, dive, tennis and golf programs
and thank our devoted parents in advance who volunteer countless hours to these programs. We anticipate Princess Anne USTA
Junior Tennis Teams to flourish again this summer and our Golf Professional Team cannot wait to unveil a brand new Junior Golf
Academy. This new academy will utilize the Operation 36 platform by iGrowGolf that features a curriculum that develops juniors
by progressing them through six levels, with the ultimate goal of shooting 36 or better from their desired tee. I’m told Operation
36 golfers and their parents will have access to an app that tracks and rewards their progress. Hmm, I suspect our founding fathers
were not discussing phone apps either.

Centennial Book | The Centennial Committee continues to work closely with the publisher devoting countless hours nearly
every week towards the book’s completion. The plan remains to deliver this special coffee table book that reflects upon The
Princess Anne’s first 100 years to your doorstep before she turns 100 on August 30th. Members will be charged $100 to help
offset expenses for the book and Centennial events throughout the year.

See you at the Princess Anne!

William S. Shonk, CCM, CCE
General Manager

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Welcome New Members

Will & Megan Hupp

Resident Comprehensive
Primary Sponsor: Ray Paul, Jr.

Will and Megan recently relocated to the North End from Richmond after Will took a new
position with his company, Estes-Express.They are both originally from Richmond and also
members at the Country Club of Virginia. While not beach natives, they have spent many
summers here and enjoyed The Princess Anne on several occasions. Will is a graduate of
Clemson University and Megan a Randolph Macon graduate. They are both very active with
Will enjoying golf and Megan tennis and fitness. Being new to the area, they are excited to

become active members and meet new friends.

Centennial Highlights

100TH Cupcakes

Look for the Seal!

You will see this seal to highlight our Centennial events for the remainder of this 2016 Centennial year.
We are so excited to celebrate this momentous year with you! Upcoming events to look forward to are
the June 3rd Tennis Clinics with Murphy Jensen, the Fourth of July Carnival, the July 10th Wooden
Racquet Tennis Social, the release of our beautiful Centennial Book, the September 23rd Cupcakes &
Cocktails on Breaker’s Boulevard and the best PACC Oyster Roast yet this November.


Join the Club as a Comprehensive member for only $9,200.
• Must pay initiation fee in full
• Receive reduced dues for six months ($250/resident; $160/non-resident)
• Receive waived athletic supplement for six months
• Opportunity limited to first 92 new members & expires July 31st!

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Membership Update

Survey Update

Thank you so much for taking the time to complete our comprehensive member satisfaction survey. Nearly 50% of our
Members completed the survey and the feedback has been tremendous! The survey consultant is compiling and analyzing the
data and we look forward to reporting results back to you in late summer/early fall. It is the goal of our Operations Team to
provide our members with Personal Attention that is Consistently Captivating each time you visit your Club. Thank you for
sharing your thoughts. We look forward to using your input to make the great PACC even better.

Change to Leave of Absence Rule

At the February Board of Directors meeting the Board approved a change to the Club’s Leave of Absence Rule. While
a leave of absence from the Club is a 12 month term, historically members have been permitted to extend their leave
for additional time for extenuating circumstances. The change to the rule limits this extension period to one year only.
Additionally, if a member chooses to extend their leave of absence past the original 12 month term they must complete
an extension application and pay a processing fee of $75. Members on a leave do not pay dues, but still receive Club
correspondence such as newsletters, and still maintain access to the Club website. The complete rules and regulations
document can be viewed on the Club website.

TODAY all summer long!


Upgrade Your Membership at a Reduced Rate

I hope you are enjoying the Club’s Centennial Year! We have a fantastic summer ahead filled with celebratory events and
activities. Before the summer season arrives, I want to make sure you are aware of a special opportunity currently available
to members. As part of our Centennial Membership Incentive (check out page 3) current members are eligible to upgrade
their membership to a Comprehensive Membership at a substantially reduced rate.

Tennis Members: upgrade for FREE, normally $4,000
Pool Members: upgrade for just $2,300, normally $9,000
Dining Members: upgrade for $4,000, normally $10,000

The Centennial Incentive, and this upgrade opportunity, is set to expire July 31st. For additional information, contact
Membership Director Jennifer Garrott at 757-440-3110 or [email protected].

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SafetySummer Safety

Summer Safety Reminders

We are looking forward to seeing our Members fully enjoying The Princess Anne during our Centennial summer
season! In preparation for this busy time, we offer the following reminders and strongly encourage our parents to
emphasize them while supervising children on property.

Security / Non-Member Trespassing / Firearms
• While signs are posted and much of the property is camera monitored, accessibility from multiple public

streets makes us susceptible to non-member activity, particularly over the summer season. We recently
met with local law enforcement who have warned us that unfortunately, criminal activity in our area is
up. Specifically, officers stated that groups are targeting parking lots, smashing car windows to abscond
computers, cash and firearms. Members are urged to avoid leaving valuables in vehicles (particularly visible)
and may not bring firearms on to Club property. Operations Team protocol calls for us to notify the main
clubhouse front desk immediately whenever we suspect a non-member is on property and we request Club
Members do the same.

Clubhouse / Locker Rooms / Lounges
• Gentlemen are asked to remove their hats upon entering the Clubhouse. While ladies and gentlemen may

change in/out of their swim wear in the locker rooms, bathing suits are not permitted in the Clubhouse.
• Juniors (under age 18) are not permitted in the Ladies and Men’s Locker Rooms and Lounges unless

accompanied by an adult. Ladies and Gentlemen are encouraged to lock their lockers.

Pool / Poolside Locker Rooms
• Swimmers below age nine (including Swim Team Members) must be under the supervision of a Member or a

Member’s child who is age 12 or older. Divers below age nine must be accompanied and supervised by an
adult (age 18 or over) present in the diving area.
• Our Aquatics and Breakers Teams are focused on elevating our maintenance while vigilantly monitoring the
busy locker rooms throughout the summer. We thank parents in advance for your monitoring support. Please
do not hesitate to alert Aquatics Director Brian Triolet or Breakers Manager Mardy Colling immediately with any

Fitness / Sport Court
• Children under the age of 14 may use the Fitness Center if they are accompanied by, and under the

supervision of, a personal trainer approved by the Fitness Committee. Children 14-16 years of age who have
completed a one-hour orientation with the Fitness & Wellness Director may use the fitness facility without
parental supervision, during staff-supervised hours.
• All Members are required to sign in at the Fitness Center desk prior to utilizing the center and the Sport Court.
Please adhere to the rules posted outside the court and requests by our team.

Parking / Bicycle Safety
• Parking in the Club lots is for Members and their guests only. If you witness non-members utilizing the parking

facilities, please inform our Front Desk Team.
• Skateboarding is not permitted on club property.
• Cyclists are encouraged to exercise great caution as they enter the club property. Specifically, we ask

that bikes are walked on the sidewalk along the lower, south side Club entrance, Breaker’s Boulevard and
Breaker’s dining area. Bikes should be parked and locked on the bike racks on the east side of the pool, or by
the Sport Court.

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ClubhouseSocial & Dining

Sunday Brunch INTHE

9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Adults: $14.95++ | Children 3-12 years: $7.95++
Featuring our made-to-order omelet station,
an array of salads and a variety of
delectable entrées.
Lunch Menu available at 11:00 am


TUESDAYS | From 5:00 – 6:30 pm
Place your order by 6:30 pm to
receive 25% off your entire meal!

MAY 11, JUNE 8

Drink Specials | Salad Bar | Mini-Desserts
$8.95 | In the Clubhouse

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Social & Dining

Juleps &Jockeys

Racetrack Fare SATURDAY, MAY 7 | 4:00 - 7:30 PM

» Kentucky Derby Chowder Race Viewing | Hat Contest
» Derby Bourbon Shrimp Woodford Reserve Tasting
» Cheesy, Fried Shrimp & Grit Squares
» Derby Hot Browns
» Woodford Reserve Strawberries

and me!

$15++ | $25++ per couple

Joinuunsder the white tent!Includes Food, One Mint Julep & Prosecco

Member-Signed Bar

Every Thursday in the Clubhouse

in the
Cl u b h o u s e

Valid for bottles 1/2 Price Appetizers
under $100. $5 Specialty Martinis
Not valid on House
wine. Dine-in only. Tapas & Tinis

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Social & Dining

Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner | Sunday, May 8

A MEMORABLE DAY | Carving Stations |
BRUNCH & DINNER • Traditional Eggs Benedict ~ Poached Egg with • Carved leg of Lamb with Mint Demi-Glace
Canadian Ham over English Muffin finished
~BRUNCH~ with Hollandaise • Carved Ham with a Ginger Orange Glaze
9:30 am - 2:00 pm
• Fried Lobster Benedict ~ Poached Egg with | Specialty Display Stations |
$29.95++ Adults crispy Lobster over White-Cheddar Biscuits, • Fresh Fruit Spreads with Cream
$13.95++ 11 & under sautéed Spinach, finished with a Beurre Blanc • Fresh, local Seafood
• Special Dessert selections from
~DINNER~ • Applewood Bacon and Sausage
6:00 - 9:00 pm • Roasted Applewood-smoked Salmon served Pastry Chef Martine

Reservations required with springtime Vegetables with a Lemon,
Thyme Beurre Blanc

• Spanish Frittata with Tasso Ham, Peppers,
Onions and aged Cheddar Cheese

• Roasted Broccoli with a Lemon, Garlic Oil

• Root Vegetable Hash with country Sausage


Roasted Salmon | 25 Seared Duck Breast | 27
Brined and roasted Salmon served with Pepperonata and Feta Hudson Farm Duck Breast seared and served over Blueberry mashed
Cheese with a Basil Pesto Potatoes and fresh, sautéed Peas. Finished with a Raspberry Butter
Chicken Marsala ala Ricotta Gnocchi | 23 sauce and garnished with a crispy Duck Confit and Bleu Cheese Wrap
Chicken Breast, pounded thin and sautéed with Wild Mushrooms, Filet with Bleu Cheese Puff | 29
deglazed with a light Marsala Wine and served over homemade, Seared Tenderloin served over a Crab Hash, sautéed Baby Kale and
tender Ricotta Dumplings a toasted Puff Pastry filled with Bleu Cheese and Walnuts

Local Flounder with Strawberries | 24
Local Flounder is lightly sautéed with Shallots, Strawberries and
White Wine, served over a Cauliflower purée with charred Brussel

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Social & Dining

&DancingDinner In the Chesapeake \ 6:00 - 9:00 pm



Regular à la carte dining to Market price. Entrées include House Salad.
kickoff Memorial Day Weekend
June 24 and August 12 Steamed, with drawn Butter, steamed Vegetables
and buttered Fingerling Potatoes
Lobster Night

Filet Mignon (6 oz.) with a steamed Lobster tail (6 oz.),
twice-baked Potato and sautéed Spinach.

BORDEAUX WINE CLASS Wine Society Members
attend for free!
June 2 | 6:00 pm | $25++ per person

Learn how to identify and express your own
tastes and sensations as we share with you
the pleasure of Bordeaux wines.

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$75++ | Space is limited to 65 persons | Attire: Jackets Required
This evening will sell out quickly, so please reserve your space early by calling 428-4141
or booking online at (club calendar). Due to the nature of
this event, meal substitutions cannot be accommodated.


The menu will be prepared incorporating MENU
the art and science of Molecular
Gastronomy (the physical and chemical Deviled Scotch Eggs
transformation of ingredients that occur With stone-ground Mustard and crispy Capers
while cooking). Traditional dishes will be
prepared using non-traditional approaches. Chick Pea Gnocchi
With curried, perfumed Coconut and Chlorophyll
We will pair special wines with these unique
menu items in order to fully compliment Alaskan Salmon Osso Buco
every flavor offering to its fullest. Reserve With smoked Salmon Beurre Blanc over a
your seat today! Gremolata smashed Potato and Asparagus spears

Baked Alaska
Layered flavors of ice cream and a whipped Meringue


GRILLING TECHNIQUES Wine Tasting | May 14 | 6:00 pm
Featuring Executive Chef, Michael Jacinto
Free for Wine Society | $25++ Non-Wine Society
Thursday, May 12 | 6:30 pm Includes light hors d’oeuvres
Isaias Lopez “Issy” the Brand Ambassador for
$35++ per person | Includes: Recipe Binder, Food Samples Migue Torres Wines will guide us through the
fantastic wines of Torres in Spain.
and Wine (Wine Society Members receive 10% discount) The Torres family has made wine for over 300
years and is one of the most respected and
Classes are Limited to 28 attendees. Don’t wait to reserve a finest producers in Spain. We will sample from
seat! Call 757-428-4141 or register online through the eight fantastic regions!
Club calendar.
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Social & Dining

Complimentary You’re invited to a
glass of Wine
or specialty Martini! NPAIINGTH& STIP

WHERE: Clubhouse Through fun interaction, step-by-step direction
WHEN: Thursdays May 19 & July 21 (and some spirits) you’ll soon learn how
COST: $30++ to unleash your creative inner self!
CLASSES: Limited to the first 30 sign-ups
Local, professional artist Heather Donis earned an
Thursday, May 19 piece // Thursday, July 21 piece Art Education degree from VCU. She likes to have

great fun, make people laugh and create! She finds
for kids, great joy in helping people unleash their inner
creativity, especially the naysayers who
say they can’t draw a stick figure.

Come experience what everyone is talking about!

8:00 pm Party CO-ED Please no heels
on the West Lawn! CROQUET on the tee box. Flats,
Featuring live music by wedges and bare feet
the Ken McNeill Duo & SATURDAY, JUNE 11
additional refreshments! are welcome!

Babysitting & children’s
activities will be available.

5:00 pm: Complimentary Open Bar & Format: Nine-Wicket backyard Croquet Rules.
Hors D’oeuvres on the Lower Terrace No prior experience needed!
5:45 pm: Travel by cart to course Dress: $35++ / Member-signed Bar
where croquet begins
Your best summer whites and
a “Mah-velous” hat.

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Social & Dining

Weekend Summer Kickoff!
Friday, May 27 | Dinner & Dancing with Skylark
Saturday, May 28 | Grillin’ & Chillin’ with Breaking Brad

Monday, May 30 ~ Memorial Day Celebration

Party: 3:00 - 7:00 pm | Food: 5:00 - 7:00 pm

Adults: $15.95++ | Kids 11 & under: $7.95++

enjoy music by astro dj’s

bounce house, face painting, noodle races, diving for money
and a water balloon toss!

Grill-Out & Buffet - Picnic Style!

Join us for char-grilled, fresh-to-order custom handmade Burgers!
Choose from an array of fresh items from the Toppings Bar. We’ll put it together for you!

Burgers & More Sides

 Custom, handmade Beef Burger Tossed Summer Salad  Tabouli  German Potato Salad
 Grilled marinated Chicken Breast Balsamic Herb Pasta Salad  House-Made Potato Chips
 Black Bean Burger Roasted Potato Wedges  Chicken Salad
 Vegan Burger
Charred Brussel Sprouts with Bacon

Toppings Desserts

All the traditional toppings. Even try it with a fried egg!  Red Velvet Cupcake

Display with

Ice Cream Treats
 Fresh cut Watermelon

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Social & Dining



June 4 - in the Chesapeake


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Social & Dining

MEN’S GOLF MEMBER-GUEST PARTY Due to the nature of this event,
à la carte dining will not be
available this evening.

Bright LightsSATURDAY,JUNE18|7:00-11:00PM

$45++includes beer & house wine

Complimentary for Men’s Member-Guest
participants and their guest.

RSVP Online

Attire: Country Club Casual


NY Pizza - Flatbread, fresh Peking Duck Breast - Soy-glazed Whole Roasted New York Loin - Peppercorn-
Mozzarella, spicy Tomato, Basil Sauce Duck with Scallion Pancakes and encrusted NY Strip with Steak Diane Sauce
Duck Skin Cracklings
Bagel and Lox - crispy Bagel Chips Twice-baked Potato - Fried Potato Skins
with a Chive Cream Cheese and Char Sui Salmon Lo Mein - Noodles, with Cheddar Cheese, Bacon Dust and Bleu
house-cured Salmon marinated Salmon, Onions, Broccoli Cheese Sauce
florets, Carrots in a savory Sauce
SALAD & OYSTER STATION Asparagus - With Hollandaise
Five Spice Pulled Pork Eggrolls - Pork,
Waldorf / Caesar / Kale salads Napa Cabbage, Ginger and Onion STREET FARE
Oysters on the half shell with a Raspberry Duck Sauce
Seafood Kabob - Shrimp, Salmon, Peppers,
Fingerling Potatoes with Newberg Sauce

Grilled Bratwurst - Caramelized Onion and
Tomato Ragout with toasted Mustard Seeds
on a steamed Bun


An array of delectables from Pastry Chef
Martine including Cronuts (Croissant
Doughnuts) and New York style Cheesecake

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Social & Dining

STEANKIGHHOTUSE Due to the nature of this event, à la carte
dining will not be available this evening.

Saturday, July 16 | 6:00 pm

Join us for a night of divine steakhouse dining!
reservations are required, please call 428-4141


Handpick a hand-cut Steak or Pork Chop garnished Truffled Mac & Cheese  Baked Potato stuffed with seared
with Steakhouse Onion Rings Pork Belly, Spring Onions and Bleu Cheese
TENDERLOIN Έ8/16 OZ.Ή | A full pound of prime-cut  Creamy Lobster Mashed Potatoes with White Cheddar Cheese
Filet Mignon. Pan-seared with Garlic and Herbs  Roasted Asparagus with Orange Hollandaise
 Blackened Brussels Sprouts  Creamed Spinach
RIB EYE Έ12/24 OZ.Ή | Succulent cut with heavier  Seasoned Steak Fries
marbling for a delicious flavor
PORTERHOUSE Έ16/32 OZΉ | Best of all worlds, a
flavorful large strip and tender Filet Mignon $70++ / Couple – Steak for two, two large sides and
Caesar salad tossed tableside
PORK CHOP | Bone-in double chop, brined and $40++ / Single – One Steak, two sides and Caesar salad
char-grilled tossed tableside




Enjoy the unique ameniƟes and convenience
of the Princess Anne Country Club, your
home away from home!

For your special summer event consultaƟon,
contact Ms. McCall Andy at 440-3101.

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Museum Curator, City of Virginia Beach Department of Museums

Historic Homes of Princess Anne County

Come learn about the historic homes of Princess Anne County, their past and future, presented by Mrs.
Anne Miller.

Anne Miller grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Yale University. After college she moved to
Virginia to work at Colonial Williamsburg. She lived in Williamsburg much longer than expected, attending the College of William and
Mary and working for ten years as curator for the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. In 2009, Mrs. Miller became curator of the Virginia
Beach History Museums. She is married with a six-year-old daughter.



Head Gardener, Eyre Hall

The Gardens at Eyre Hall:
A garden of the past, present, and future.

Laurie Klingel, head gardener at the historic gardens of Eyre Hall on Virginia’s
Eastern Shore, and recently honored as a National Historic Landmark, will guide
us on a tour using superb garden photography, horticultural insight, and historical
anecdotes. Whether you’ve been to Eyre Hall ten times, or never been there before, you’ll enjoy this photographic tour of Eyre Hall’s
contemporary mixed borders, original outbuildings, and boxwood parterres. Her talk will cover topics ranging from the recent preservation
of the 19th century Orangery, to the finest of modern day perennials, tulips, and crape myrtles. Inspiration abounds at this unique garden

Laurie has been gardening at Eyre hall for 10 years, overseeing the installation of thousands of spring bulbs and perennials as well as
tending the extensive boxwood plantings. Her passion for history and horticulture make her work at Eyre Hall a tribute to past, present,
and future generations.

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Social & Dining


» Omelettes made to order FATHER’S DAY
» Scrambled Eggs with Cheese & Chives
» Maple-glazed Bacon BRUNCH
» Sausage Patties and Links
» Roasted Cinnamon Apples 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
» Traditional Eggs Benedict
» Asparagus Eggs Benedict CARVING STATION
» Pastrami Hash
» Roasted Fingerling Potatoes » Roasted Pork with Red Eye Gravy
» Spring Vegetables » New York Strip with Chimichurri and
» Fresh Flounder à la Tomato Basil
» Country-fried Steaks with Pepper Gravy Horseradish Cream

Wine Tasting – DESSERT
an Evening with
» Assorted Pastries and Desserts hand made
Domaine Chandon by Chef Martine

Bubbles Deconstructed COST:
Saturday, August 13 | 6:0.0 pm
» Adults ~ $20.95++
Join us for a casual and informative » Kids 12 & Under ~ $9.95++
wine tasting offering insight into the
world of sparkling wines and the grapes Includes light hors d’oeuvres
used to make them. Complimentary for Wine Society Members.

17 Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016 $25++ for Non-Wine Society Members.

Social & Dining

2016 Tennis
Member-Guest Party

An EveninJgoinUUnsdFeorrthe Stars

Saturday, July 2 | 7:00 pm | Breakers Boulevard

Complimentary for Member-Guest Participants!
$45++ for Non Member-Guest Participants (includes beer & house wine)

Entertainment by Kaboombox!

A Hampton Roads Cover Band specializing in the best Dance, Rock, and Pop songs
for every party atmosphere!

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Hand-tossed Salads featuring Smashed Potato Bar with creamy, With Lemon-Wasabi Horseradish
Lemon-marinated Kale with hand-smashed Potatoes and sauce, House-made Steak sauce,
Gorgonzola and crispy Bacon an array of toppings
with toasted Sunflower Seeds Seafood Newburg sauce

Classic Caesar Salad, Au Gratin Potatoes Rolls and caramelized Onions
Summer Salad with crisp Romaine,
Strawberries, Cashews, Red Onions Cast Iron Green Beans DESSERT

and Strawberry Vinaigrette IcoeuTrCrAryedaoumurltCsSpoilnkueessdhayn!d Finger Dessert array featuring
House-made Cronuts

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Social & Dining



Carnival 5:00 - 9:00 pm | Food Tents until 8:00 pm

$16.95++ For All

On the West Lawn ~ Enjoy Music by Astro DJ’s!

Family Fun!

Pool opens at 11:00 am Greased Watermelon Contest
T-shirt Relays Cotton Candy Fireworks Display



Get your Burger on  Soft Pretzels  Fresh Lemonade  Funnel Cake
 Popcorn  Cotton Candy
 Grilled to-order Burgers & Fixings  BBQ Lattice Cut Chips
 Assorted Salads to include Summer, Caesar, Potato and Pasta DESSERT TENT

Toppings: All the traditional toppings. Even try it with a fried egg!  Popcorn Cupcake (Angel-Food cake with Mini-Marshmallows)
 Watermelon on a Stick  Sno Cones
Sausage, Hot Dogs and Ribs

 Sausage and Hot Dogs with Fixings
 PACC Smoked Boneless Ribs

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Kuentz-Bas Blanc | 2013 (Alsace)

Lemon-poached Shrimp Cocktail with a White Cocktail Sauce

Domaine Francois Carrillon Bourrgogne Chardonnay | 2013 (Burgundy)

Green Salad of Radish, Carrots, Duck Fat Croutons
and Vinaigrette of Chervil

Gachot-Monnot Cote de Nuits Villages | 2013 (Burgundy)

Watermelon-Mylar Lemon Sorbet
Heart of Ribeye with Asparagus and Hollandaise, Beet Chips

and Chervil with Butter-Poached New Potatoes

Chateau Tour Bayard Montagne-St. Emillon | 2011 (Bordeaux)
Domaine Monier St. Joseph | 2013 (Northern Rhone)

Strawberry Shortcake
Fresh Strawberry, Grand Mariner Compote
served on Sweet Potato Biscuit with Lavender Whipped Cream

Bailly-Lapierre Saint Meyland Brut Rose | (Burgundy)


RECEPTION ~ 6:00 - 6:30 PM | DINNER ~ 6:30 PM
$75++ per person | Reservations Required | Attire ~ Jackets Required | No Meal Substitutions Please

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Social & Dining

Join us for char-grilled, fresh-to-order
custom handmade Burgers! Choose from WEEKEND
an array of fresh items from the Toppings
Bar. We’ll put it together for you!
Sunday, September 4
Burgers & More 5:00 - 8:00 pm

 Custom handmade Beef Burger Adults: $15.95++ | Kids 11 & under: $7.95++
 Grilled marinated Chicken Breast
 Black Bean Burger  Vegan Burger Fun at the Pool
Greased Watermelon Contest | T-shirt Relays
Fun on the West Lawn
 Lettuce  Tomato  Raw White Onions Face Painting| Bounce House | Cotton Candy
 Dill Pickles  Grilled Onions  Bacon
 Sautéed Mushrooms  Salsa  Guacamole
 Mayonnaise  Garlic Aioli  Mustard
 Ketchup  A1  Heinz 57  Cheddar
 American Cheese  Swiss Cheese
 Bleu Cheese  Try it with a fried egg!

Salads & Sides

 Tossed Summer Salad  Tabouli
 Balsamic Herb Pasta Salad
 German Potato Salad  House-Made Potato Chips
 Roasted Potato Wedges  Chicken Salad
 Charred Brussel Sprouts with Bacon


 Red Velvet Cupcake Display with Ice Cream Treats
 Fresh cut Watermelon

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LivMeusic! Grillin’ & Chillin’ 
Linkhorn Lounge Live 

Dinner & Dancing 
and more!

These bands are booked to-date! Check the website for more acts to come!
Grillin’ & Chillin’ (G&C) 
FRI 05.06 Dr. Bob & the Burning Desires | G&C
FRI 05.13 DogJaw | LL Enjoy live music on Breaker’s Boulevard

with a grilled Steak, Potato and Salad


FRI 05.20 The Hark | G&C Buffet Starts at 6:30 pm / Music at 7:00 pm

FRI 05.27 Skylark | D&D Linkhorn Lounge Live (LL) 

SAT 05.28 Breaking Brad | Memorial Weekend This inviting venue boasts live music
Summer Kickoff performances from Member bands
and commercial acts alike.

Music from 7:00 - 10:00 pm

FRI 06.10 Jimmy Ray and Doug | G&C Dinner & Dancing (D&D) 
THU 06.16 Borderline Crazy | G&C
SAT 06.18 Vinyl Headlights | Golf Member-Guest Experience live, classic sounds
FRI 06.24 Dr. Bob and the Burning Desires | G&C while dancing the night away
in the beautiful Chesapeake.

Music from 6:00 - 9:00 pm

FRI 06.24 Frank Sings Frank | D&D


SAT 07.02 Kaboombox | Tennis Member-Guest


FRI 08.12 The Walter Noona Trio | D&D

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Social & Dining

Live Music in May Features:


Dr. Bob & the Burning Desires!

Grillin’ & Chillin’ coincides with live, FRIDAY,
musical entertainment on Breakers MAY 20
Boulevard. Start your weekends right
relaxing with these fun, festive evenings! The Hark!

Buffet Starts at 6:30 Music at 7:00

Check our website weekly for updated Band line-ups!


Grilled Steak, Baked Potato Bar, Salad Bar with Toppings

$9.95++ for Salad Bar
$16.95++ for Complete Buffet

&BREAKFAST SBarSteuuankr&fddaaasyytss Monday - Friday
LUNCH Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am -10:00 pm
at Breakers
Saturday & Sunday
Breakfast: 8:00 -11:00 am
Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm


Mimosas, Bloody Marys
& Screwdrivers

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WineWine Society

WINE2S0O16CIETY Our goal is to provide a world class wine experience for our Princess Anne Members
with a comprehensive package of sensory exposure, experiences and education
designed to enhance one’s knowledge, understanding and love of wine.

All Members are welcome! If you wish to join, please call the front desk at
428-4141 or pick up a brochure and fill out the form inside.

Wine Society Benefits

• Four Complimentary Tastings per Year (Accompanied by light hors d’oeurves)
• Complimentary Wine Classes
• In-House Wines (Bottles) – 10% Discount (Not valid on 1/2-Off Wine Night)
• Corkage Fee – 50% Discount
• Personalized Wine Society Gift
• Cooking Classes – 10% Discount

Annual Fee

$100 per person | $175 per couple (Automatic yearly renewal)


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Wine Tasting - Tastes of Spain California/Burgundy Wine Class
-Benjamin Franklin
Amanda Einhorn Bill Averette
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Bordeaux Wine Class Quintessa Wine Dinner
Alex Carr of Robins Cellars
Amanda Einhorn
July 23 | Saturday
French Wine Dinner Nov 12 | Saturday
Alex Carr of Robins Cellars PACC’s 6th Annual
Holiday Wine Tasting
August 13 | Saturday Sample over 50 wines from
Wine Tasting - multiple vineyards

An Evening with Domaine
Chandon -

Bubbles Deconstructed
Amanda Einhorn

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YouthYouth Activities

New Youth Programs this Summer!

The PACC Youth Committee has planned even more fun, summer activities for kids of all ages! Enjoy weekly fun on Tuesday
evenings,Thankful Thursday community service projects by the pool and educational Preschool-focused events. And kids, don’t
forget your tried-and-true favorite events like the Scavenger Hunt, Kids Triathlon and Dive-in Movie nights!
Please see the Youth Activities Calendar for a full overview of the summer schedules.

Tuesday AcƟviƟes Thankful Thursdays CraŌ Events Preschool Focus

2016 SPORTS Children


This Camp is designed to be a Children must be four years-of-age
learning and entertaining experience by camp start date to parƟcipate.
for children ages four-six. Athletes will RegistraƟon forms are available online and
have a blast learning the FUN-damentals at the front desk. Completed forms and a $50
of multiple sports in a non-competitive environment non-refundable deposit should be returned to the front
while their abounding energy is positively & desk in order to reserve a place for your child(ren). All
productively channeled. Activities will include golf, deposits will be applied to the remaining balance. Please
tennis, swimming, sport court games, indoor/outdoor don’t delay. Space is limited!
crafts and more!

$150/Child/Week (lunch is included). Sessions are limited to 12 children. Please sign up at the front desk.

June July August

6.27 - 7.01 7.11 - 7.15 8.01 - 8.05
(Ages 7-9) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
(Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
8.08 - 8.12
7.18 - 7.22 (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
(Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
8.15 - 8.19
(Ages 7-9) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Youth Activities

Story-time Tea & Crafts
with Ms. Helen!

10:00 am at Kid’s Club 3800
May 7, June 4, July 2 & August 6

Enjoy a story telling and fun crafts for children
of all ages! Punch, cookies and a variety of teas
will be served.
Parents are welcome
to stay and join the fun!

Reservations are required
no later than Friday at 3:00 pm


Poolside | 1:00 - 4:00 pm

These complimentary events are appropriate for all ages!

~ Saturday, May 7 ~ ~ Saturday, June 18 ~
Mother’s Day Craft | Flower Pot Project Father’s Day Craft | Mug Project

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Youth Activities

FAMILY Come out and enjoy a
delicious Buffet and
SUMMER FEST splashes full of fun!
TUESDAY, JUNE 21 | 5:00
• Belly-Flop Contest
• Noodle Relay
• T-Shirt Relay
• Watermelon Relay
• Egg-Toss
• Swim Team Photos



Catch some MOVIE NIGHT
great movies 8:00 - 10:00 PM

Wednesday, June 29

Kung Fu Panda

while swimming TEEN MOVIE NIGHT

under the stars! 9:00 - 11:00 PM

(Ages 13+)

Wednesday, July 13

Star Wars: Episode VII

8:00 - 10:00 PM

Wednesday, August 3


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Tuesday, August 2


Forms will be available at the pool and front desk.
Registration Fee - $15

All participants Receive a Race T-shirt


$12.95++ adults | $6.95++ kids 11- and-under

Burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, macaroni salad,
fried chicken, salad bar & ice cream!

Sprint Olympic Half Ironman Ironman

(recommended (recommended (recommended (recommended
for ages 5 & 6) for ages 8 & under) for ages 12 & under) for ages 18 & under)

Swim - 50 Meters Swim - 100 Meters Swim - 150 Meters Swim - 300 Meters

Bike - 1/2 Mile Bike - 1 Mile Bike - 11/2 Miles Bike - 2 Miles

Run - 1/2 Mile Run - 1/2 Mile Run - 1 Mile Run - 11/2 Miles

Check-in // Packet Pick-up: 4:00 pm // Race: 5:00 pm

Bike Helmets Required

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Youth Activities

Magic Show
on the West Lawn

Tuesday, July 19th | 5:00 pm

(Rain or Shine)

Join ROB WESTCOTT, an award-winning entertainer
with over 30 years of experience, for an amazing and
entertaining evening of comedy, magic and puppetry.


Scavenger Hunt & Movie

Tuesday, July 26 | Poolside
Hunt: 6:00 - 8:00 pm | Dive-in Movie: Dusk

Poolside Taco Bar

Adults $12.95++
Kids $7.95++

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Youth Activities

Etiquette Class

Wednesday, June 22

(3-Course Dinner included)
Ages 6-12

4:00 - 6:00 pm | $45++
Ages 13 & Up

6:00 - 8:00 pm | $55++

NEW! Thankful Thursdays

Each Thursday, we’ll provide fun service projects
and opportunities for kids to say “thanks” to their
community! These activities will empower kids with
responsibility, engage their compassion and offer
them the chance to affect the lives of others. These
sessions will include projects to serve the elderly, work
with younger children and learn about helping the
environment…locally and globally. Kids can make a

These complimentary events will take place in the poolside picnic area from 1:00 - 4:00 pm unless otherwise noted.
Participants under the age of 9 must be under the supervision of a member or member’s child age 12 or older.
Appropriate for all ages unless otherwise noted.

6.09 Tissue Paper Flowers 7.21 Pictures for Atlantic Shores
6.16 Pillowcases for CHKD 7.28 Military Goodie Bags
6.23 Mailman Goodie Bag 8.04 Dream Catchers: CHKD
6.30 Employee Car Wash (Ages 9+) Back Lot 8.11 Water Bottle Labels
7.07 Letter to Grandparents: Picture and Card 8.18 Compliment Cards
7.14 Wind Socks: Ronald McDonald House

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Here’s a snapshot of all the acƟviƟes available for our PACC youth this summer! Use this as a guide, but please call us
or check the website for the most up-to-date informaƟon, as dates, Ɵmes and details are subject to change.



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5.7 | The Pool Opens on the weekends! Come QuesƟons? We can help! Call the front desk at
out and enjoy the warm weather and take a dive 428-4141 for more informaƟon and to register for
into the blue! a youth acƟvity.

5.30 | Memorial Day Party! Noodle races, diving
for money, a water balloon toss and more!

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Golf Event / Camp Pool Event CraŌ Event

Our Junior Golf camps and events use Make a splash with Mini-Breakers, the Let’s get craŌy! Fun and easy projects
progressive curriculum to take your PACC Swim & Dive Team and movie that let the imaginaƟon soar.
golfer from beginner to pro. nights at the pool.
Preschool Focus
Tennis Event / Camp Mixed/Club Event
Enjoy story Ɵme, craŌs, cooking
Schedule in advance or just drop-in to From Sports-of-all-Sorts camp to the lessons and science experiments at
take it to the net! Fourth of July Carnival- these events Kid’s Club 3800. LiƩle folks, big fun!!
are Club-wide FUN!!
Fitness Event Tuesday AcƟvity
Thankful Thursdays
Using a variety of equipment, All-around fun is in store for Tuesdays
these tough but fun group classes Small, fun gestures for the people this summer. Outdoor movies, magic
will increase funcƟonality and in our lives that make it beƩer and shows and the Kid’s Triathlon are just
performance. deserve appreciaƟon! a few!!


Sports-of-all-Sorts Camp Kids will have a blast learning the Junior Golf Academy uƟlizes the OperaƟon 36 plaƞorm by
FUN-damentals of mulƟple sports in a non-compeƟƟve iGrowGolf. This curriculum develops juniors by progressing them
environment. AcƟviƟes will include golf, tennis, swimming, through six levels with the ulƟmate goal of shooƟng 36 or beƩer
sport court games, indoor/outdoor craŌs and more! $150 a week from their desired tee. Sessions are limited to 10 juniors. Please check with
per child. Sessions are limited to 12 children. Please sign up at the the Pro Shop for discount opportuni es.
front desk. $425/session, $325/session with supplement
*Sports of all sorts swim sessions will take place during Swim Team Add-on Sunday supervised prac ce:
prac ce me, so Swim Team members can a end prac ce. $500/session, $400/session with supplement

6.27 - 7.01 | (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm 5.03 - 6.03 | Spring Session
7.11 - 7.15 | (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (Ages 7 - 12) / Tues & Thurs / 4:45 - 6:15 pm
7.18 - 7.22 | (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (Ages 10 - 14) / Wed & Fri / 4:30 - 6:00 pm
8.01 - 8.05 | (Ages 7-9) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
8.08 - 8.12 | (Ages 4-6) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm 6.21 - 7.22 | Summer I Session
8.15 - 8.19 | (Ages 7-9) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm (Ages 7 - 12) / Tues & Thurs / 8:00 - 9:30 am
(Ages 10 - 14) / Wed & Fri / 8:00 - 9:30 am
Tennis Camp This camp runs for three hours in the morning and (Ages 7 - 12) / Wed & Fri / 9:30 - 11:00 am
three hours in the aŌernoon, Monday - Friday. Players can come
for the first, second or third hour, or any combinaƟon, and be 7.26 - 8.26 | Summer II Session
charged by the hour. $15/hour advanced sign-up or $18/hour drop-in (Ages 7 - 12) / Tues & Thurs / 8:00 - 9:30 am
(Ages 10 - 14) / Wed & Fri / 8:00 - 9:30 am
Quickstart / 36-Future Stars / Ages 4-11 / 9:00 am - Noon (Ages 7 - 12) / Wed & Fri / 9:30 - 11:00 am
JTT Teams / Academy Elite / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
SPARK Golf/PeeWee uƟlizes the SNAG equipment (oversized plasƟc clubs
6.13 - 6.17 | Session I 7.18 - 7.22 | Session VI hiƫng a tennis ball) to introduce the game of golf to kids.
6.20 - 6.24 | Session II 7.25 - 7.29 | Session VII (Ages 3 - 6) Thursdays / 4:00 - 4:45 pm / $20 Clinic
6.27 - 7.01 | Session III 8.01 - 8.05 | Session VIII
7.05 - 7.08 | Session IV 8.08 - 8.12 | Session IX 5.05 - 6.02 | Session I 6.23 - 8.25 | Session II
7.11 - 7.15 | Session V 8.15 - 8.19 | Session X
Golf Fundamentals (Drop-in) covers the basic fundamentals of golf to
include puƫng, chipping, pitching, full swing and knowledge.
$70/week, $60/week with supplement

6.21 - 8.25 | (Ages 7 - 13) / Tues & Thurs / 9:30 - 11:00 am

Mini-Breakers An instrucƟonal swim program focused Youth Group Fitness Program
on individual development starƟng with beginners up to Please check with the Fitness Center for current class prices.
compeƟƟve swimmers. Maximum of 10 swimmers per session.
6.15 - 8.26 | Youth CondiƟoning
(Ages 3-5) | Mondays - Thursdays | $70 per child (Ages 8 - 13) / Wednesdays 12:00 pm / Fridays 1:00 pm / 45 minutes
An engaging introducƟon by Tony. This class will emphasize coordinaƟon,
5.16 - 5.26 | Session I | 2:15 - 2:45 pm agility and balance. A variety of equipment will be introduced with special
5.30 - 6.09 | Session II | 10:15 - 10:45 am aƩenƟon to learning proper form.
6.13 - 6.23 | Session III | 10:15 - 10:45 am
7.11 - 7.21 | Session IV | 10:15 - 10:45 am 6.15 - 8.26 | Teen Power
7.25 - 8.04 | Session V | 10:15 - 10:45 am (Ages 14 - 18) / Wednesdays 11:00 am / Fridays 12:00 pm / 45 minutes
An intermediate-level class with Tony focused on increasing agility, strength
and stamina for increased funcƟonality and performance.

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Golf Events

5.21 - 5.22 | Junior Club Championship
5.28 - 5.29 | Drive, Chip & PuƩ Clinic
6.25, 7.2, 7.9, 7.23, 7.30, 8.6, 8.13, 8.20 | OperaƟon 36 Matches
8.25 | Junior Golf Banquet and Awards Ceremony

Tennis Events 2016 SUMMER SEASON
6.25 | Junior Country Club Cup at FCC
TBA | Junior Singles Club Championship Swim Team PracƟces | May 23 – June 10
TBA | Junior Bus Trip to CiƟ Open in Washington, DC
Pool Events
6 and under Monday - Friday 4:30 - 5:15 pm
5.07 | Pool Opens on weekends for Members and Guests
5.15 | Swim/Dive Team RegistraƟon 8 and under Monday - Friday 5:00 - 5:45 pm
5.23 | First day of Swim/Dive Team pracƟce
5.23 | Swim Team proficiency swim (through 5.27) 10 and under Monday - Friday 5:30 - 6:15 pm
5.28 | Pool Opens all week for Members and Guests
6.02 | Swim/Dive Team Suit Day 18 and under Monday - Friday 6:15 - 7:15 pm
6.11 | Swim Meet Home | Norfolk Yacht & Country Club
6.25 | Swim Meet Away | Mallory Country Club Dive Team PracƟces | May 23 – June 10
6.29 | Movie Night at the Pool
All Ages Monday - Thursday 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Kung Fu Panda 3 | 8 - 10 pm
6.30 | Swim Meet Home | Chesapeake Golf Club Swim Team PracƟces | StarƟng June 13
7.09 | Swim Meet Home | VBTCC
7.13 | Teen Movie Night at the Pool AGE TIME

(Ages 13+) Star Wars: Episode VII | 9 - 11 pm Morning PracƟce: Monday - Friday
7.14 | InvitaƟonal Dive Meet
7.16 | Swim Meet Away | Larkspur 7 and 8 8:00 - 8:45 am
7.23 | Swim Meet Away | Riverwalk
7.30 | Divisionals Away | Mallory Country Club 11 and up 8:45 - 9:45 am
8.03 | Movie Night at the Pool Greater| 8 - 10 pm
8.06 | All-Stars 9 and 10 9:45 - 10:30 am

Mixed/Club Events 6 and under 10:30 - 11:15am

5.30 | Memorial Day Party | 3:00 - 7:00 pm AŌernoon PracƟce: Monday - Wednesday
Pool games, noodle races, diving for money,
water balloon toss 9 and under 4:30 - 5:15 pm

6.22 | EƟqueƩe Class: Dinner Included 10 and up 5:15 - 6:15 pm
4 - 6pm (Ages 6-12) | $45/person
6 - 8pm (13+ up) | $55/person Dive Team PracƟces | StarƟng June 13

7.04 | Fourth of July Carnival | 3:00 - 7:00 pm Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 10:00 am
Games, greased watermelon contest, t-shirt relays or 10:00 - 11:00 am
AND 4:30 - 5:30 pm
9.04 | Labor Day Party | 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Games, greased watermelon contest, t-shirt relays

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Thankful Thursdays These complimentary events will take place in the poolside picnic area from 1:00 - 4:00 pm

unless otherwise noted. Par cipants under the age of 9 must be under the supervision of a member or member’s child age 12

or older. Appropriate for all ages unless otherwise noted.

6.09 | Tissue Paper Flowers 7.21 | Pictures for AtlanƟc Shores
6.16 | Pillowcases for CHKD 7.28 | Military Goodie Bags
6.23 | Mailman Goodie Bag 8.04 | Dream Catchers: CHKD
6.30 | Employee Car Wash (Ages 9+) Back Lot 8.11 | Water BoƩle Labels
7.07 | LeƩer to Grandparents: Picture and Card 8.18 | Compliment Cards
7.14 | Wind Socks: Ronald McDonald House

CraŌ Events These complimentary events are appropriate for all ages and will take place poolside

from 1:00 - 4:00 pm.

5.07 | Mother’s Day CraŌ Flower Pot Project
6.18 | Father’s Day CraŌ Mug Project

Preschool Focus These events will take place in the Kid’s Club 3800 from 10:00 - 11:30 am. No parental

supervision is needed.


5.07 | Story Time Tea & CraŌ 6.04 | Story Time Tea & CraŌ
5.26 | Cooking + NutriƟon w/Ashley 7.02 | Story Time Tea & CraŌ
5.31 | Science Experiments 8.06 | Story Time Tea & CraŌ
6.02 | Service Project

Tuesday AcƟviƟes These events are appropriate for all ages and complimentary unless otherwise noted.

6.07 | Outdoor Movie Night (Norm of the North) Please provide parental supervision.
West Lawn | 8:00 - 10:00 pm

6.14 | Make Your Own Pizza (Age 6 and up) | Poolside | 4:00 - 6:00 pm
6.21 | Tie Dye (Age 6 and up) | Poolside | 3:00 - 5:00 pm
6.28 | Ice-Cream Sundae Night Poolside | 6:00 - 8:00 pm
7.05 | Teen AcƟvity (Age 13+) | West Lawn | 5:00 - 7:00 pm
7.12 | Cooking Lessons (Age 10+) | $10/child | Poolside | 6:00 - 8:00 pm
7.19 | Magic Show Please provide parental supervision. West Lawn | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
7.26 | Scavenger Hunt (Age 6-12) | Poolside | 6:00 - 8:00 pm
8.02 | Kids Triathlon (See details on page 26)
8.09 | Mermaid Breakfast $10/child | Poolside | 9:30 - 11:30 am
8.16 | Fire Engine Visit Please provide parental supervision. Back Parking Lot | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

Loose impediments or movable obstructions? What’s the difference?

Dear Rules Guru, Notes:
I am often confused by loose impediments , movable 1. The ruling would be the same if the ball was off the green, so
obstructions, and when they can be removed without
penalty. long as the loose impediment was on the green.
2. Any time you cause the ball to move, you must replace it,
On the Green
Q1: Last week my ball lay off the green. I decided to putt, sometimes with a penalty, sometimes not.
not chip. I brushed away some sand that was in my line of
putt. I made the putt! Right or wrong? Q3: I had a very long putt to the hole. After my ball was in
motion, I noticed some items that might interfere with my
A1: Sand is a loose impediment only when it is on the putt. Which of these could my good friend move for me
putting green. If the sand was on the green, you were without penalty?
entitled to move it; if it was not on the green, you lost the
hole in match play or incurred a 2-stroke penalty in stroke • A big leaf
play. • The pin (flag stick)
• My pitching wedge
1. It doesn’t matter where your ball was lying, only where the A3: The only items that can be moved once the ball is
in motion are the flag stick and equipment of any player.
sand was lying. Moving the leaf (a loose impediment) would be a penalty to
2. The term “Line of putt” only applies when your ball lies the player who moved it, if there was a possibility that the
ball might have hit the leaf.
on the green. In this case the sand was on your “line of
play”. The rules governing “line of putt” and “line of play” Hazards and Bunkers
sometimes can be quite different, although not in this case. Q4: My ball was in the bunker against a pine cone. I
moved the pine cone and the ball rolled down the side
Q2: My ball lay on the putting green. There was sand from of the bunker. I replaced the ball and played it without a
the bunker on the green on my line of putt. I brushed it penalty. Correct?
away with my towel. The ball moved. I put it back and
putted. Right or wrong? A4: A pine cone is a loose impediment. Loose
impediments cannot be moved (or even touched) in
A2: Because the movement of the ball was “directly any bunker or water hazard. In match play the penalty is
attributable” to the act of moving loose impediments, there loss of hole. In stroke play the penalty is 2 strokes and the
is no penalty and you correctly replaced the ball. ball must be replaced (if not replaced there is an additional
2 stroke penalty).

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“Any time you cause the ball to move, you must replace it,
sometimes with a penalty, sometimes not.”

Note: Q8: I was in a lateral hazard but could hit my ball . On
1. The Rules gave you a break by not adding another penalty for my backswing I touched some of the tall grass growing in
the hazard. I hit my ball on to the green and made the putt
moving the ball (think of it as a quantity discount). without a penalty. Right or wrong?

Q5: My ball came to rest beside a rake in the bunker. I A8: When a player’s ball is in a hazard, Rule 13-4 allows
moved the rake and the ball moved. I replaced the ball to its a player to touch anything “fixed” (like a wall or a fence) or
original location. My friend said I had to drop the ball, not “growing” (like grass or branches). You proceeded correctly.
place it. Right or wrong?

A5: A rake is a movable obstruction. Movable obstructions On the Fairway
may be moved anywhere on or off the course, in a hazard Q9: My ball came to rest near a pine cone. I removed the
or not. There is no penalty if your ball moves as a result of pine cone. The ball moved. I replaced it and hit my approach
moving an obstruction. You proceeded correctly. When you to the green without penalty. Right or wrong?
know the location from which your ball moved, you replace A9: Rule 23 states that if a loose impediment is moved from
it, not drop it. anywhere other than a putting green and this causes the ball
to move, there is a one stroke penalty and the ball must be
Lateral Water Hazard replaced.
Q6: I was in a lateral water hazard. Someone or a bird had
dropped a part of an apple near where my ball lay. I removed Q10: My ball came to rest against a slimy cigar butt. I
the fruit without disturbing my ball and hit the ball from the removed it (while holding my nose). The ball moved. I
hazard without penalty. Right or wrong? replaced it without penalty. Right or wrong?

A6: An apple (or part of an apple) is a natural object and A10: A cigar is man made and therefore a movable
therefore a loose impediment. Just like the pine cone, it obstruction. The answer is the same as in the case of the rake
cannot be moved or touched when in a hazard. Penalty is loss and the water bottle. No penalty, replace the ball.
of hole in match play, 2 strokes in stroke play.
Loose Movable
Q7: My ball came to rest in a hazard. A careless person Impediments Obstructions
had tossed a water bottle in the hazard. I removed the water
bottle. The ball moved. I replaced it and played without (natural) (artificial)
penalty. Right or wrong?
• stones • bunker rakes
A7: The water bottle is an artificial object (just like the rake) • leaves • other players’ golf clubs
and therefore is a movable obstruction. It may be moved. • branches and twigs • stakes (except out of bounds)
There is no penalty if the ball moves as a result of moving the • pine cones • signage and ropes
obstruction. The ball must be replaced. • dung and droppings • bottles and cans
• insects • score cards
Until next time, keep the questions coming! • worms and their casts • pens and pencils
• spiders and their webs • paper, tissues
Email the Rules Guru at [email protected] • half-eaten fruit • plastic bags
All questions will be answered immediately by email. • fruit skins • packets and boxes
• ant hills • toys
If your question is used in the newsletter, you will • dead birds and animals • match sticks or cigarettes
receive a free sleeve of balls! • aeration plugs • abandoned balls
• clods of earth • loose stones from a wall
-RW Guru, The Mighty Rules Guru • gravel • wood manufactured into planks
• crushed shells • cables
• wood chips • doors or windows

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GolfGolf Course & Grounds Update

Summer Stress

As most of you know the summer season isn’t easy on the cool season bentgrass greens here at the Princess Anne. The
summer temperatures tend to produce increased moisture, reduced root depths and more stress on the turf. Your Golf Course
Maintenance Team overcomes these challenges by using multiple
agronomic practices.

In 2015, we established a weekly topdressing program in which we apply
a thin layer of sand on the putting surfaces every Monday. The sand
creates a protected area around the crown or “brains” of the plant. This
underlying area limits traffic stress, increases drainage and introduces new
microbes to break down thatch. For the golfer, it increases firmness, a
smooth ball roll and increased protection from ball marks.

Another agronomic practice we’ve implemented over the last couple of years is our moisture
management program. We use moisture metrics to determine the volumetric water content of
the putting surface. This technique allows us to dial in the required moisture needs for the plant
to sustain growth without drowning it with excessive moisture. This technique means firmer and
more consistent putting surfaces for the golfer.

About four years ago we enhanced
our management style for bentgrass
putting surfaces. This improved nutrient
management technique utilizes nutrients
in different ratios to create a healthier
plant. This technique affords us the
opportunity to push the grass plants into the heat laden summer months.
For us, it’s a less intense management style, diverts labor into other
portions of the course and offers more control of our putting surface. For
the golfer, it’s a more consistent putting surface through the calendar year,
less disruption from the Golf Course Maintenance Team and an overall
better playing experience.

Tennis Balls
This is a picture of #3 green. I’m sure it looks a little odd, but those are tennis balls all over the green. Each one of those tennis
balls represents one unrepaired ball mark when this picture was taken. We welcome each member to fix their own, as well as one
other ballmark the next time, and every time you play!

As always, the most up to date information
concerning the golf course or club grounds can
be found on the blog at:

Matt Boyce
Director of Golf Course Maintenance and Club Grounds

37 Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016

From the Links

Tournament Results

Green Jacket
Tournament Results

2016 Champion, Bill Donigan (left)
Low Gross, Skip Zobel (right)

NEW for 2016!
Men’s Summer Golf League

Men’s Summer Golf League

Dates: League Matches will be played on Thursday’s beginning June 23

Shotgun Start: Balls in the air at 5:15 pm

Eligibility: Male members, and spouse of, who possess a Comprehensive Sports Supplement and USGA Handicap.
No non-spouse dependents.
Formation: We have limited sign-up to 16 teams (32 players). There will be two leagues. Each League will consist
of a maximum of eight two-man teams. This requires that a team would play a total of seven matches
Team versus each team in your league. Based on sign-up, if there are fewer than eight teams in a league, fewer
Formation: matches will be played to complete league play in the round robin structure.

Sign up as a two-man team; singles welcome to sign up and will be paired with another single provided
there’s room for a team to fill a league.

Format: Two-Man Better Ball Match Play with 100% of handicap stroking off of the low handicap in each match.
The maximum any player will receive is one stroke on a hole. In addition, half strokes will be allocated on
the scorecard.

Scoring: A 10 point system will be used in league matches. Each hole will be worth one point: a win earns one point,
a tie earns 1/2 a point, and a loss no points. Winner of the match receives one point; or each team receives
a half a point in the event of a tie. Remember, this is modified match play over the same nine holes.

Tees: Matches are played from the Green Tees; age 70+ play from the White tees where handicap stroke
Handicaps: allocation will be adjusted.

Handicaps on the 1st & 15th of each month will be used.

Entry Fee: $50 per person; deadline to sign up May 15, 11:59 pm

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From the Links

Princess Anne Junior Golf Academy

In 2016, we are introducing Junior Golf Academy Programs
our new junior golf academy
program! This program Spring Program Ages 7-12
utilizes the Operation 36 May 3 – June 3 Tues & Thurs l 4:45 - 6:15 pm
platform by iGrowGolf. Ages 10-14
Wed & Fri l 4:30 - 6:00 pm
This curriculum develops
junior golfers by progressing Summers I Program Ages 7-12
them through six levels, June 21 – July 22 Tues & Thurs l 8:00 - 9:30 am
Tues & Thurs l 9:30 - 11:00 am
each having 12 badges to be
Ages 10-14
earned, with the ultimate
Wed & Fri l 8:00 - 9:30 am
goal of the golfer shooting
36 or better from their Summer II Program Ages 7-12
July 26 – August 26 Tues & Thurs l 8:00 - 9:30 am
desired tee. Included with
Tues & Thurs l 9:30 - 11:00 am
the platform is a mobile
Ages 10-14
app which will be used to
Wed & Fri l 8:00 - 9:30 am

educate juniors and track Fall Program Ages 7-12
their progress through the September 20 – Tues & Thurs l 4:45 - 6:15 pm
levels. Dates and times are October 21 Ages 10-14

subject to change. Please Wed & Fri l 4:30 - 6:00 pm

call the Golf Shop at 422-

3360 to confirm.

Fundamentals of Golf

June 21 - September 2 l Tues & Thurs l 9:30 - 11:00 am

This program is designed to cover the basic fundamentals of golf including putting,
chipping, full swing and knowledge.

Drive, Chip & Putt Clinic

May 28 & 29 l 2:00 - 4:00 pm

In preparation for the Drive, Chip & Putt qualifier at Bayville ( June 5) we will
have a clinic focused on these three aspects of the game.

PGA Junior League PGA Junior League
Saturdays at 3:00 pm
April 23 Broad Bay @ Princess Anne PGA Junior League Golf is a fun,
April 30 Princess Anne @ Bayville social and inclusive opportunity for
May 7 Princess Anne @ Broad Bay boys and girls, ages 13 and under, to
May 14 Bayville @ Princess Anne learn and enjoy the game of golf from
June 4 Cavalier @ Princess Anne PGA and LPGA Professionals. Like
June 11 Princess Anne @ Cavalier many other recreational youth sports,
participants wear numbered jerseys
and play on teams with friends.

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From the Links

Upcoming Tournaments

Ladies’ Spring Handicap Parent - Child Golf Tournament

Date Tuesday, May 17 – Wednesday, May 18 Date Saturday, July 16 or Sunday, July 17

Starting Time 9:00 am Shotgun start on both days Starting Time 9:00 am Shotgun both days
Eligibility Princess Anne Lady Golfers (PALG) Format Members only – teams consist of a parent
Format and their child. Note – in the event a parent
Players will play the first day taking no score is unable to play, a grandparent may play
on a hole that is more than 4 over par (gross). with their grandchild and compete in a
The second day the player will try to improve grandchild division only.
their score on each hole. The best score on
each hole for the two days will be used. Modified Alternate shot (Chapman’s)

Ladies Member – Guest Divisions Ages 6-9; 10-12; 13-14; 15-17; 18 and older

Date Tuesday, June 7 - Wednesday, June 8 Men’s Club Championship

Details Please see the ad on page 41 Date Friday, August 12 - Sunday, August 14

Men’s Member – Guest Starting Time Tee Times

Date Friday, June 17 - Saturday, June 18 There will be a stroke play qualifier to
determine flights on Friday morning. Pairings
Details Please see the ad on page 40 Flights for the stroke play qualifier will be made
Tees based on handicap index. Following stroke
Junior Club Championship play the low 7 gross scores plus defending
champion Will Clark will make up the
Date Saturday, May 21 - Sunday, May 22 championship flight.
(18 holes each day)
Play for the stroke play qualifier will be from
Starting Time Tee Times the Black tees. Once match play begins the
championship flight will play from the black
Eligibility PACC Junior Golfers age 18 and under tees while other flights will play from the green
Format tees.
Individual stroke play. 36 Hole gross
aggregate total will be the 2016 Junior Club Ladies Club Championship
Date Friday, August 12 - Sunday, August 14

Under 13 Junior Club Championship Starting Time Tee times will be assigned.

Date Saturday, May 21 - Sunday, May 22 Eligibility All female PACC members
(9 holes each day)
Format Match Play within your flight; all matches play
Starting Time Tee Times at scratch.

Eligibility PACC Junior Golfers age 13 and under (by Flights Championship – the low eight handicaps as
Format date of event) of August 1st to sign up.
First, Second, Other Flights – comprised
Individual stroke play. 18 hole gross of eight players according to August 1st
aggregate total will be the 2016 Under 13 handicap.
Junior Club Champion.
Husband – Wife Championship

Ladies’ Member – Member Date Sunday, August 21

Date Tuesday, June 7 - Wednesday, June 8 Starting Time 1:00 pm Shotgun start

Starting Time 9:00 am Shotgun both days Eligibility All PACC Members

Eligibility All female PACC members Format Net Better Ball of the twosome; 80% of August
Format 15th handicap will be used.
36 Hole Better Ball of partners using 80% of
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From the Links

Upcoming Tournaments (cont.)

Men’s Member-Member Men’s Triumvirate Qualifying

Date Friday, September 9 - Saturday, September 10 Host Cavalier Golf and Yacht Club

Details Please see the ad on page 42 Date Wednesday, August 3

70th Annual VSGA Women’s State Team Matches Starting Time 1:00 pm shotgun start

Monday, Practice Round Qualifying At Princess Anne Country Club | No Charge
August 29
• The Princess Anne’s team is comprised of 8 Qualifiers in the Gross
Tuesday, 9:00 am shotgun start; course open for Division (handicaps of 7 or less); and 16 Qualifiers in the Net
August 30 member play approximately 2:30 pm Division (handicaps of 8 and above).

Wednesday, 9:00 am shotgun start; course open for • Male Members, or spouses of, possessing a golf supplement are
August 31 member play approximately 2:30 pm eligible to qualify; dependents are not eligible.

Thursday, 9:00 am shotgun start; course open for • Successful qualifiers will be charged a $125 entry fee to play in
September 1 member play approximately 1:00 pm The Triumvirate; there is no charge to qualify.

• The following tournaments will provide exemptions. The
handicap of the exempt player as of July 1, 2015 will decide
which division they qualify for:

2015 Men’s Championship finalist: Skip Zobel

(note: 2015 Champion Will Clark is ineligible)

2015 Men’s Senior Champion: Skip Zobel

PGA Professional Paul Michaelian

• Qualifying for those competitors not previously exempt will consist
of one, 18 hole score to be played on any day beginning
Tuesday, June 19 through Sunday, July 17. You may play in your
own group, and make your own tee time. For a round to be
considered, you must notify the golf shop prior to play to receive
a qualifying scorecard that must be attested by a member who
is eligible to qualify.

• Gross Division qualifying will be from the Black tees and based
on gross scores.

• Net Division qualifying will be from the Green tees and based on
net scores using 100% of your handicap on the day you qualify.

There is no charge to qualify. Please notify the golf shop prior to
teeing off that you are attempting to qualify. You will receive a
qualifying scorecard that must be attested by a member who is
eligible to qualify.

Participants may only attempt to qualify one time and submit one

For additional details about
events, go to
which can be accessed through
the Princess Anne website.

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From the Links





Male members (or spouses of) are encouraged to invite a male
guest. Format: Four ball match play using 80% of the June 1
handicap and stroking off the low ball.

SCHEDULE 2015 Champions Ryan Schnepf
Thursday: June 16 will be the prac ce round; tee mes may & Charlie Honey
be reserved upon registering via ForeTees. Join the fun at
Breakers Boulevard featuring “Borderline Crazy” 6:00 - 9:00 THURSDAY, JUNE 16
pm; complimentary hors d’oeurves and member-signed bar.
Live Music on Breakers Blvd.
Friday: June 17 breakfast will begin at 7:30 am followed by featuring Borderline Crazy!
matches 1, 2 and 3. Shotgun start at 9:00 am. This evening is
unscheduled for members and guests.

Saturday: June 18 breakfast will begin at 7:30 am followed by
matches 4 and 5. Shotgun start at 9:00 am. The shootout will
begin immediately following play to determine the Champion.
Join the fun at the Dinner Dance featuring “Vinyl Headlights”
at 7:00 pm.


$695 per team ($795 for non-comprehensive sports

supplement subscribers) includes golf carts, breakfast and

lunch on Friday and Saturday for both team members, and the

Dinner Dance featuring “Vinyl Headlights” on Saturday night

SATURDAY,for both team members and significant others. Also included
JUNE 18are beverages on the course during compe on, team favor
Live Music
and prizes.

DEADLINE featuring
60 Teams or Sunday, May 22 at 11:59 pm. Vinyl
Register on ForeTees and please complete all required fields. Headlights!

Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016 42





We’ve Come a Long Way Baby!


Invite one or three guests. Teams will be comprised of four players. If you
are a twosome, you may request to be paired with another twosome or let
the Golf Pro Shop do the pairing.


CompeƟƟve Flight: Best net two balls of the foursome using 80% of the
June 1st USGA Handicap.
Fun Flight: New to golf or just don’t like to compete? Join us for the
party by parƟcipaƟng in our fun flight. This non-compeƟƟve flight will be
Captain’s Choice. Sign up as a single or bring a fiend.


$150 per person. Includes pracƟce and tournament rounds, prizes,
non-alcoholic beverages, meals and cart fees for pracƟce round and
Tournament Day. Also includes house wine and beer for cocktail party with
a member-signed bar.


Call the Golf Pro Shop at 757-422-3360 or sign up on Foretees. Deadline
is Friday, May 27th. Help us reach 100 players for our 100th year. Sign up


1:00 pm | Shotgun Start for pracƟce round.
If unable to play on this date, you may schedule your pracƟce round any
day prior to June 7
5:00 pm | Cocktail Party on the TradiƟon Terrace

8:00 am | ConƟnental Breakfast on TradiƟon Terrace
9:00 am | Shot Gun Start / Refreshments on course
1:30 pm | Awards Luncheon / Member-signed bar

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From the Links

MMeenn’’s Member-MMeemmbbeerr

September 8, 9 & 10, 2016

Stag Night | Thursday, September 8
1:00 pm Shotgun Start | Friday, September 9
10:00 am Shotgun Start | Saturday, September 10


Male Members, or spouses of, who possess a current USGA handicap. There will be an optional “Players’ Pool” flight pool and daily net and

gross skins available that may be entered on Friday morning at the

FORMAT: registration table. The cost is an additional $100 per player.

Net Best Ball of the twosome, using 90% of the September 1st handicap.

Friday is the only day that teams may request to play with another team, STAG NIGHT:

regardless of their flight. This event is optional. It will be held in the Men’s Lounge and on the

West Lawn for all male Club Members and tournament participants.

FLIGHTS: Cocktails will begin at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. There will be

Teams will be assigned a flight prior to play according to the total team a member-signed bar for wine and cocktails. Draft beer is included

index; however the 2016 Champions may come from any flight in the with dinner. The cost for dinner is $39 per person. Please sign-up on

regular division. ForeTees under “Stag Night” event.


Overall Champion is the low 36-hole net aggregate total which can come The field will be limited to 60 teams.

from any flight in the regular division. First, Second and Third places in

each flight; except for the flight where the Champion comes from, then ENTRY DEADLINE:

there are Second and Third places awarded. Noon, Tuesday, September 6.

The Super Senior Member-Member Champion is the low 36-hole net
aggregate total in their respective flight. There will be Second and Third
places awarded in this flight.

Regular Division: Members age 69 and younger will play modified
Black Tees. Members 70 and older may choose to play White Tees in
the Super Senior Division. Both teammates playing in the Super Senior
Flight must be 70 years or older. If one member is 69 or younger, they
must play from the Black Tees and participate in the regular tournament.

On ForeTees or call the Golf Pro Shop at 422-3360.

ENTRY FEE: 2015 Champions
The entry fee of $250 per comprehensive supplement holder ($300 for Curtis Jordan & Troy Heselius
non-supplement holders) includes food and beverages on the course
both days, admission to Friday afternoon hor d’oeuvres (Member-signed
bar) and Saturday night’s dinner/dance. A spouse or guest is included in
this fee (Member-signed bar). Golf carts are not included in the entry fee,
and will be charged to each Member participating.

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TennisFrom the Courts

Tennis Talk

It feels like just yesterday that the bubble was going up and it is already down now for the summer! While we enjoyed
having the bubble up to be able to play throughout the winter, we are just as excited for it to come down because that means
summer is here! We have another great line-up of Cup events, tournaments, socials and Centennial Celebration events this
summer and fall. Be sure to check out the complete event listing on page 46.

CHKD Winter Open Mixed Doubles Tournament Results

Not only did we have the biggest draw we’ve ever 9.5 Division Champs (left) 8.5 Division Finalists
had for the CHKD Winter Open Mixed Doubles Scott Baxter & Michele Fanney, Carey Hodgsen & Michelle Fox
this year, but our own players won every division! Finalists (right) Lisa Fanney &
In the 9.5 division it was an all Fanney affair with Mike Pfeiffer
former PACC juniors, and siblings, Michele and
Lisa Fanney competing against one another for the
first time in a final. Michele, a former D1 standout at
Davidson was partnered with Scott Baxter, another
former PACC junior and D1 player at Maryland,
playing against Lisa, who played at Wesleyan, and
Michael Pfeiffer, who played for San Diego State.
It was a see-saw match that could’ve gone either
way, but came down to a point here or there in the
latter stages of the third set with Michele and Scott
winning by the score of 7-5.

In the 8.5 division we had somewhat of a Cinderella
story with our very own and newly anointed 4.0 rated
Michelle Fox partnered with Dave Hodgson from
Cavalier coming through the draw unseeded to beat
local veterans Mike Green and Karen Anderson 6-3,

It was a similar story in the 7.5 division with our own 7.5 Division Champs 6.5 Division Champs
Chantel Ray Finch and her partner Justin McDaniel Justin McDaniels & Nicole Perkins & George Loizou
defeating our defending champions Beth Foster and Chantel Ray Finch
Kevin O’Connor 6-3, 6-3.

The 6.5 division final also had multiple players from PACC on the court with our own Nicole Perkins partnered with
Cavalier’s George Loizou defeating our number one seeds Jill and Jesse King 2-6, 6-1, 10-6.

Our professional team could not have been happier with the results! We would like to thank everyone who collectively
made it an outstanding event, from the competitors to the spectators to the Oceanfront Circle ladies to Breaking Brad
and last, but not least, our team who worked tirelessly behind the scenes as well as out front ironing out all the details.

45 Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016

From the Courts

Ladies’ Lunch League

It’s that time of year again for Lunch League! This is a great
opportunity for ladies of all levels to come out and play
against ladies from other clubs. Lunch League lasts for eight
weeks and is a mix of home and away matches.The first
week for the ‘B’Team (3.0 - 3.5) is a bye, so the first match
will be Wednesday, April 20 at home against Cedar Point.
The first match for the ‘A’Team (4.0 - 4.5) is Friday, April 15
at Elizabeth Manor. All matches start at 9:30 am with lunch
to follow. Call the Tennis Shop today to sign up!

Upcoming Tennis Events

MAY Sunday, May 1 (@ CAV)
Fun Cup Saturday, May 7 (@ PACC)
Tidewater Cup
Junior Singles Club Championship Friday, June 3
Centennial Event: Murphy on Wheels Friday, June 17 – Saturday, June 18 (@ FCC)
Anderson Cup Saturday, June 25 (@ FCC)
Junior Country Club Cup
JULY Friday, July 1 – Sunday, July 3
Member/Guest Doubles Tournament Sunday, July 10
Centennial Event: Wimbledon Finals Wooden Monday, July 11 – Monday, July 25
Racquet Event
Men’s/Women’s Singles Club Championship Saturday, August 27 (@ PACC)
Senior Tidewater Cup Friday, September 2 – Sunday, September 4
SEPTEMBER Saturday, September 10 – Sunday, September 11
Member/Member Doubles Club Championship
Spindle Cup (@ PACC) Friday, September 30 – Sunday, October 2
OCTOBER Friday, October 7 – Sunday, October 9
Select Automotive USTA Junior Tournament
Member/Member Mixed Doubles Tournament Thursday, November 24
NOVEMBER Friday, November 25 – Sunday, November 27
Thanksgiving Day Aerobics
Thanksgiving Classic L5 USTA Tournament TBA
DECEMBER Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016 46
Holiday Tennis Camps

From the Courts



Brush off the dust on your wooden racquets, dig out an all white tennis outfit & hit the courts
for for a round robin. No racquet? No worries, we have plenty! Stick around to watch the
Wimbledon finals while enjoying your strawberries and cream!

Murphy on Wheels Friday, June 3rd

Don’t miss these clinics with tennis
great Murphy Jensen.
Session 1 l 4:30 p.m.
Session 2 l 6:15 p.m.
Eight players per session

After the clinics, two of our very
own tennis pros will take on Murphy
Jensen and his assistant Cameron
Lickle in a 10 point tiebreaker with
John as the announcer! Call the
tennis pro shop to sign up. Spectators
welcome and encouraged!

47 Princess Anne Living | Summer 2016

From the Courts

John’s Tip Tennis Dress Code

Have an Offensive, Defensive & Neutral General: Proper tennis specific
Version of Each Shot attire is required at all times.
Proper attire does not include:
There are three versions of each shot in your arsenal of weaponry. An offensive, a tee shirts normally worn as
defensive and a neutral.This should be applied to groundstrokes, volleys and serves so undergarments, surf tee shirts,
that you have a shot for every situation in which you find yourself. For example, if you tank tops, bathing suits, cut-off
are running back from the net reaching for a ball going over your backhand shoulder, shorts, board shorts, khakis, golf
you would hit a defensive volley, whereas if you were up close to the net and had one apparel, Soffe shorts, non tennis
in your strike zone you would put it away, but then you would also need a more neutral name brand or other attire
volley that goes nice and deep if you are transitioning to the net from the baseline. determined to be inappropriate
Even three versions of your second serve can be extremely useful for different stages in by the Board of Directors and
a match. For instance, if you are serving at 40-love and are serving well you might try Tennis Team. Shoes must be ten-
an offensive serve even on your second attempt. Conversely, if you are struggling with nis specific and have non-mark-
double faults under pressure you need a defensive second serve that goes in nearly one ing soles for hard courts and
hundred percent of the time as well as a good neutral serve that is consistent but not as smooth soles for clay courts.
easy to attack.The key to controlling the ball for the desired effect is not so much the Cross-training, basketball and
tempo of your stroke but the amount of spin you put on the ball. Spin is the best way to jogging shoes are not permit-
control the speed of your shot (less spin = more pace, more spin = less pace) but if you ted.
don’t hit with spin then slowing your tempo, shortening your stroke and softening your
grip will be the only way to slow the ball down. Ladies: Color coordinated tennis
attire and warm-ups may be of
Summer Camp! any color. Exposed midriffs for
any reason are inappropriate.
Tennis camp runs for three hours in the morning and three hours in the afternoon,
Monday - Friday. Players can come for the first, second or third hour, or any Gentlemen: Fifty percent white
combination, and be charged by the hour. $15/hour advanced sign-up or $18/hour is required, unless it is a coor-
drop-in.Check out the Summer Youth Calendar for a complete listing of summer dinated, matching logo and
youth activities. tennis specific outfit. Shirts with
collars and sleeves are required
Quickstart / 36-Future Stars / Ages 4-11 / 9:00 am - Noon unless the shirt is tennis specific.
JTT Teams / Academy Elite / 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Members are responsible for
6.13 - 6.17 | Session I 7.18 - 7.22 | Session VI ensuring that their children &
6.20 - 6.24 | Session II 7.25 - 7.29 | Session VII guests follow the dress code
6.27 - 7.01 | Session III 8.01 - 8.05 | Session VIII policies.If you have any ques-
7.05 - 7.08 | Session IV 8.08 - 8.12 | Session IX tions regarding the dress code,
7.11 - 7.15 | Session V 8.15 - 8.19 | Session X please do not hesitate to call
the Tennis Pro Shop.

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FitnessLifestyles & Fitness

Group Exercise:
Your Summer Favorites are Coming Back!Fe

Aqua Aerobics

Deep Cardio Combo with Cindy l Tues & Thurs l 7:00 am l Starts in June
Water Fit with Crissy l Mondays l 11:10 am l June 6
*Aqua Fun with Larissa l Wed & Sat l 11:10 am l Starts in June
Get more details on the online fitess calendar!

*Specialty class - addiƟonal charges apply.

Walk or Run the Course

Monday evenings beginning May 2nd. All levels welcome!
Get more details and register on the online fitness calendar.
Classes are weather dependent. Check with the fitness desk
each week!

Sunset Yoga on the Tees

Monday evenings beginning May 2nd. All levels welcome!
Get more details and register on the online fitness calendar.
Classes are weather dependent. Check with the fitness desk
each week!

Summer Youth Fitness Classes

Youth CondiƟoning l Ages 8 - 13 l Wednesdays @ 12:00 pm l Fridays @ 1:00 pm l 45 minutes l 6.15 - 8.26
An engaging introducƟon by Tony. This class will emphasize coordinaƟon, agility and balance. A variety of
equipment will be introduced with special aƩenƟon to learning proper form.
Teen Power l Ages 14-18 l Wednesdays @ 11:00 am l Fridays @ 12:00 pm l 45 minutes l 6.15 - 8.26
An intermediate-level class with Tony focused on increasing agility, strength and stamina for increased
funcƟonality and performance.

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