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2015 September-October Newsletter

Keywords: Princess Anne Living

PrincesLs AivninngeSEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2015

PrincesLsAivninngeSEPTEMBER | OCTOBER2015 Table of Contents

Frequently Used Numbers Message from the President...............................................................2
Up-to-Date from the General Manager...........................................3
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Welcome New Members...................................................................4
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Team Member Update.......................................................................12
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-4626 New Member Sponsor Contest.........................................................13
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Centennial Highlights.......................................................................14
Golf 422-3360 Social and Dining...............................................................................16
Youth Activities..................................................................................26
The Golden Rules...............................................................................29
From the Greens (Matt Boyce)...........................................................31
Operations Team From the Links (Golf Pro Shop Team)................................................32
From the Courts ( John Fraser)...........................................................41
McCall Andy Michael Jacinto Lifestyles & Fitness (Andrea Pettay)..................................................48
440-3101 440-3112 From the Deep End (Brian Triolet)...................................................52
Director of Catering Executive Chef September - October Calendar..........................................................61
& Special Events
Denise Johnson Executive Committee
Bob Benson 440-3113
440-3114 Human Resources & Gary J. Beck President
Purchasing Director Accounting Manager John Thomas Standing Vice President
Leslie R. Watson, Req. Secretary
Robert M. Warren, Jr. Treasurer

Matt Boyce Steve Layden Board of Directors
440-3119 440-3105
Director of Golf Course Restaurant Manager Robert H. Barton Christopher J. Fanney Ann Gregory Nickles
Maintenance and Thomas E. Bohan, Jr. Troy A. Heselius Samuel E. Steingold
Club Grounds Paul Michaelian Robert Bradshaw Thomas Hyman, Jr. Kay Morgan Stockwell
440-3109 Cecil V. Cutchins, Jr. Elizabeth Allen Long Stockton Tyler Watson
Kristen Bunting Head PGA
440-3111 Golf Professional Committee Chairpersons
Director of Marketing
& Communications Andrea Pettay Entertainment ................................. Chris Fanney
440-3103 Finance............................................. Bob Warren | Pat Shuler
Jennifer Cauldwell Director of Fitness Fitness.............................................. Tom Bohan
440-3110 & Wellness Golf .................................................. Bob Barton
Director of Membership Green ............................................... Robbie Bradshaw
Bill Shonk House ............................................... Tom Hyman
Mardy Colling 440-3100 Long Range Strategic Planning........ Jay Gorry
961-2884 General Manager Membership ..................................... Stock Watson
Breakers Manager Pool .................................................. Liz Long
Brian Triolet Rules ................................................ Ran Randolph Jr.
John Fraser 425-1117 Tennis .............................................. Sam Steingold
440-3117 Aquatics Director Youth Involvement ........................... Kay Stockwell
Director of Tennis
Cathie Havrilesky 428-4141 Wine Committee............................... Gray Randolph
440-3115 Banquet Manager Historical Preservation .................... Sandra Baylor
Controller Membership I.D. .............................. Susan Pender
Tradition ......................................... Andy Dickinson
Mike Helms Building ........................................... Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
Clubhouse Manager

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Message from the President

In this, my final letter to the Membership, I wanted to express my gratitude for the
opportunity to serve as your President for the last two years. I have been privileged to serve
with a gifted and dedicated Board, that has always had the best interest of your Club at
heart. It has been a pleasure getting to know the members of The Princess Anne Team who
strive each day to make each Member’s experience the best that it can be.

As we approach our 100 year Anniversary, the excitement is building.The Centennial
Committee is actively involved in the completion of the Centennial Book, which I know
will be a tremendous source of pride for our Members.The Entertainment Committee
is busy planning an entire series of events that will allow us to celebrate this momentous

It is certainly my hope that you will elect current Vice-President Jay Standing to serve
as your next President. Like many of our Members, Jay has been part of The Princess
Anne Family since early childhood.This perspective and his appreciation for the Club’s
rich heritage, when combined with his vision to the future, will serve our Club well as we
embark on our next 100 years.

The best is yet to come!

Up-to-Date from the General Manager

President Beck expresses his appreciation above, however; I very much want to express

my gratitude to him for his remarkable leadership over these past two years and for

that matter, over the past decade. While we know he has served as President for the

past two years, many may not realize how many other ways he has led The Princess

Anne over the past decade. As a Director in the early 2000s, Mr. Beck served as the

Green Committee Chairman and was an integral part of the Finance Committee

that developed the clubhouse project funding. In between his Board terms he served

as the Golf Course Renewal Project Chairman and devoted countless hours to lead

our Club through a very successful project. Matt

Boyce and I will forever be grateful for Mr. Beck’s

patient, synergistic, delicate leadership style. He

always exhibited the appropriate demeanor, patient

wisdom, and encouraging attitude to bring together

the golf course architect, contractor, USGA

consultant, and countless others for the betterment

of all, and certainly the Club. He incorporated this

same thoughtful, consensus-building style into his

Presidency, while also applying his technical and

analytical skills to strategically lead our Board and

Team. I interact with Gary almost daily and he

always has time to mentor, which amazes me since Tim Liddy, Gary Beck and Jay Gorry

during his presidential tenure he has also served as

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Up-to-Date from the General Manager (continued)

the VSGA Treasurer and Chairman of the Building Committee for their
recent headquarters construction project. He has chaired the VSGA Junior
Golf Committee, led their VIP program, along with serving on the Board
for First Tee of Virginia Beach. I personally will forever be grateful for his
gentle wisdom, encouraging support and friendship. On behalf of the entire
Princess Anne Family of Membership and Operations Team, please join us
in congratulating and thanking President Gary J. Beck for his remarkable

service to The Princess Anne!

While we look forward to formally honoring President Beck and all of the

outgoing Board of Directors at this year’s Annual Meeting, I wish to take

a moment in this column to recognize a few devoted ladies and gentleman

Breakers Boulevard Grand Opening who have recently transitioned from our Operations Team. I cannot say

thanks enough to Allen Bostian, Donna Bourgelas, Lori Ciccone, Gary Harris, Adam Lucas, Kristen Lynch,

Carolee Shank and Jim Wolcott.

The combined years of service for the eight listed above totals 122 years and each can take great pride
knowing that they have truly made a difference with The Princess Anne Family. Fitness Director Allen
Bostian developed and expanded fitness programming and facilities dramatically over the past fifteen years,
strategically envisioning and shaping club fitness with a special passion and tireless work ethic. Membership
Director Donna Bourgelas, who welcomed countless new families over the past fifteen years with a gentle
warmth and kindness, will depart for beautiful Rota, Spain later this month to fully enjoy her retirement.
Director of Catering and Special Events Lori Ciccone is grateful to be back home near her family in
Pennsylvania, but dearly misses her Princess Anne Family. Assistant Golf Course Superintendent Gary
Harris retired after a remarkable tenure of 45 years of unwavering devoted service. Couple this faithful
loyalty with his dad’s span of 55 years and the Harris family has been part of The Princess Anne Family
for 90 years. We thank and wish Breakers Chef Adam Lucas the very best as he departs for a Head Chef
opportunity with Cotton Southern Bistro. Kids Club 3800 was recently swelling with grateful emotions and
special love as countless kids of all ages came back to honor Kristen Lynch who has been a truly dependable
fixture, enthusiastically teaching and caring for PACC kids since 2000. Kristen and her daughter Gabby
will be missed dearly and we wish her the very best as she pursues a special leadership opportunity. Graphic
Designer and Website Administrator Carolee Shank, who creatively designed so many of these Princess
Anne Living issues has moved west to Richmond to be closer to friends. Lastly, but only alphabetically,
it is comforting to know that we will be able to see Jim Wolcott nearly daily as we believe he is the first
to retire from The Princess Anne Team to become a Club Member. Jim’s love for The Princess Anne is
unmatched, and his passion and special efforts to take care of The Princess Anne Family is inspiring.
It has been a privilege to work with and learn from these special leaders.

We are pleased to unveil an updated design with this issue and very much look forward to your feedback.
As always, as you have thoughts about any aspect of our Club please do not hesitate to contact me on my
direct line (757) 440-3100 or e-mail [email protected].

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WelcomeWelcome New Members

Brian, Carol, Grant, Nicole & Lindsey Arsenault

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Elizabeth Long

Brian and Carol met in Virginia Beach over twenty years ago. Brian was
raised in Southbridge, Mass and is an Accounting graduate from Bentley
University and CPA. He is employed by Michael Baker International as a
Senior Vice President of Finance. Carol is from Pittsburgh, PA and earned
her BS degree in Finance from The Pennsylvania State University. After a
progressive career in the recreational boating business, she supports their chil-
dren at home and volunteers in the community. The Arsenaults have three
active children, Grant, 17, Nicole, 15, both at Cox High School, and Lindsey,
12, at Plaza Middle School MYP. The family is enjoying the work out facility
as well as swimming at the PACC while Grant is learning to play golf.

David & Christine Beatty

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: H. Michael Walter

As a recently commissioned “Ensign,” David Beatty arrived
to Virginia Beach with his new bride Christine in 1966.Their
apartment on 77th Street launched what they refer to as a
“50 year love affair” with Virginia Beach.The Beatty’s settled
permanently into the area in 1972, when David took a position
with the pioneering Guest Quarters Hotels, who developed
the all-suite/extended-stay concept, rising to President. Since

1986, he has started three commercial real estate mortgage
companies; Essex, CENIT and Towne Bank Commercial
Mortgage, where he is currently President. Christine is a
successful realtor with William E. Wood Associates.The
Beatty’s reside in Norfolk and summer in their home on
79th Street, which they have enjoyed for more than 30 years.

Their three children, Graham, Anne and Sarah, have all
married and provided them with six beautiful grandchildren.
Both David and Christine are very active, enjoying daily fitness, swim-
ming, walking, tennis, golf and kayaking. A graduate of Georgetown
and an MBA from UVA, David is a legacy member of the Cape Henry
Racquet Club and the Beatty’s are members of the Norfolk Yacht and
Country Club.They love to travel and are eager to be a part of the full
life that the beach and PACC will provide.

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Welcome New Members

Richard & Missy Buckingham

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: T. Justin Moore, III

Richard and his wife Missy have resided at their home in Richmond for
the past thirty-two years. Richard attended the University of Richmond
and has been a Realtor in Richmond for thirty-nine years, currently
working with Select Properties of Virginia Christie’s International Real
Estate. Missy is a floral designer and founded FLEURS several years
ago. She is a board member of the Garden Club of Virginia and formerly
served on the board of The Boxwood Garden Club and The Woman’s
Club. Missy spent her childhood summers in Virginia Beach in her
family home on 65th Street.They now spend a significant amount of
time at the North End.Their three adult children, Mary Gordon, Pierce
and Claiborne, have married and are establishing their careers.They have
also blessed Richard and Missy with two sweet granddaughters.The
Buckinghams are members of The Country Club of Virginia. Both have
a broad network of friends here at PACC and enjoy golf, fitness and travel.

Charles Edward Burroughs

Resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: Ann Marie Burroughs

Charles grew up in the Bay Colony neighborhood and learned to play golf on Princess Anne’s classic layout. His parents,
Richard and Sandy, and siblings, Chamie and Anne Marie Burroughs and Hal and Mary Yuill, are also part of The Princess
Anne family. After attending Norfolk Academy and Hampden Sydney College, Charles launched a successful career in
commercial real estate. He then founded Atlantic East Builders, a residential custom home building company, and co-
founded Back Bay Brewing Company. Charles is a true outdoorsman and enjoys golf, surfing, skiing, hunting, fishing, boating
and fitness races…all with his chocolate lab Tucker by his side.

Charles & Hillary Einwick

Resident Tennis Members
Primary Sponsor: H. Mac Weaver, II

Charles and Hillary recently relocated to Virginia Beach from
Richmond after Charles accepted a position with Kotarides. Charles
is a graduate of Wake Forest University (BA), where he played tennis,
and Virginia Commonwealth University (MBA). Hillary, a graduate
of the University of Richmond, is the owner of Haymarket Designs.
They are expecting their first child this winter. Charles and Hillary
both enjoy playing tennis, running with their dog, Riley, and traveling.

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Welcome New Members

Katherine, Gabrielle & Davis Franta

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: James Short

Katherine is a Virginia Beach native with deep roots in The Princess Anne family. She has
enjoyed the Club often as her parents, Kim and Dick Short, and siblings, Jas and Heather
Short, are also members. She completed her undergraduate degree at Hollins University and
received her Master’s Degree in teaching from Mary Baldwin University. Her two children,
Gabrielle, 15, and Davis, 11, currently attend the Steward School in Richmond.They love to
swim, having enjoyed being a part of the Kanawha Recreation Association’s swim team in
Richmond and quickly joining the PACC swim team.The family recently relocated to the Bay
Colony neighborhood and is very much looking forward to spending their free summer days
at The Princess Anne.

David, Mary, Kate, Virginia & Christian Frediani

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: T. Justin Moore, III

After working in a variety of different countries through his career with Marsh & McLennan Companies, David and his family
settled in Richmond, VA where David is now the President-International of Ironshore Insurance. He received his BS from the
University of San Francisco and MBA from Thunderbird School of Business. Mary, a graduate of Vanderbilt University, had a
successful career in the financial services industry in New York City before the family began their travels abroad. Upon returning
to Richmond, she entered into the real estate profession and is currently a Realtor with Select Properties of Virginia. Mary &
David have three college age children, Kate, Virginia and Christian.The family recently purchased a vacation home in Virginia
Beach, where Mary and her family vacationed during her childhood. David enjoys playing golf, tennis, fine food and collecting
wine, while Mary enjoys art, gardening and travel.

Sarah “Camp” Goodwin

Non-resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: W. Hunter Goodwin, III

Camp Goodwin resides in Richmond, VA but loves spending part of the year at her beach home.
Camp attended the College of Charleston where she obtained a BS in Elementary Education
and MS in Public Administration. She is currently a professional tutor to students in Kinder-
garten through 8th grade and serves on the Alumni Board for The Collegiate School. Camp’s
compassion and love for children has made her an amazing aunt to her seven nieces and nephews.
Also a member of the Country Club of Virginia, Camp loves tennis, the outdoors and hopes to
pick up golf.

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Welcome New Members

Gary & Jane Hammond

Resident Comprehensive Members

Primary Sponsor: Robert K. Blanchard

Gary and Jane Hammond live in Norfolk and have a second home in Kona,
HI. Gary graduated from the United States Naval Academy after living in
Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. Both Gary and Jane are retired Naval Officers and
have completed the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Campostella.The listing of their
military achievements and community involvement would span two pages of the
Club newsletter.The Hammonds have two adult children, J.D. and Jenny. Gary
enjoys playing golf, swimming, woodworking and painting in watercolors. Jane
enjoys people, walking, reading, travel and being with Gary.Their sponsor, Robert
Blanchard, credits the Hammonds with introducing him to his wife Deborah.
They are looking forward to meeting other PACC members and making new

Michael, Caroline, Lucy Grace & Lane Harding

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Richard Mitchell

The Harding family resides permanently in Richmond and enjoys spending
their summers at their home at the North End. Caroline, a VT Hokie and
speech therapist, launched Talk, LC in 2000. Michael, a William & Mary
graduate, joined the Talk, LC family and together they successfully provide
speech and language therapy services to schools and private clients through-
out the state.Their daughters, Lucy Grace, 12, and Lane, 11, attend St. Cath-
erine’s School in Richmond.This active family is seemingly split down the
middle with Lucy Grace and dad enjoying golf and mom and Lane enjoying
tennis.The Hardings are also members of The Country Club on Virginia.
They are excited to fully immerse themselves in PACC living.

John & Shawn Hawa

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: James Nash

John Hawa is a Virginia Beach native. He, along with his family, own and
operate several oceanfront businesses. As an active business leader in the
community, John has been appointed to several city commissions. John
and his beautiful wife, Shawn, are avid East Carolina Pirate fans and
supporters of the alumni and athletic associations. Shawn has worked in
the wireless industry for 20 years and is employed by Verizon. They are

members of Star of the Sea Catholic Church where they serve on several
committees and are involved with many church ministries. John enjoys
playing golf, fishing, boating and snowboarding. Shawn loves knitting,
boating, walking and horseback riding. Together they enjoy traveling
and good food, most of which they find in their own home.

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Welcome New Members

Charles and Melanie Hostetler

Resident Comprehensive Members

Primary Sponsor: Robert C. Bradshaw

Both Charles and Melanie Hostetler are lifelong Virginia Beach residents,
with Charles attending Cox High School and Melanie First Colonial.They
married in 1983 after Charles’ graduation from LSU.Their two adult children,
Jonathan and Katherine, were both born and raised at the beach and have
now ventured away from the area to pursue their careers. Charles is the owner
of Hostetler Real Estate Appraisal, which he founded in 1991, and Melanie
is the Office Manager for Tidewater Import Car.The Hostetlers are very
involved in the community, volunteering for the Lynnhaven Literary Club
and Youth Service Club of Virginia Beach.They are a lively couple, enjoying the beach, water sports and travel. While they
already count many members of The Princess Anne family as friends and acquaintances, they are looking forward to meeting
new people.

David Jacobs, Sylvia Liu, Sammi & Sarah

Resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: Kay Morgan Stockwell

A graduate of Dartmouth and Harvard Law, David Jacobs is a senior
executive at Dollar Tree. His wife Sylvia Liu, a graduate of Yale and

Harvard Law, is a former environmental attorney who now spends her time
on artistic endeavors as a children’s author and illustrator.Their daughters,

Sammi and Sarah, enjoy softball, basketball, swimming and tennis.They
have spent many enjoyable afternoons at the PACC with friends. David

even took home the championship trophy for the 2014 Tennis Member-
Guest Tournament, alongside Sam Steingold.They look forward to

spending more time at the Club. Drs. Stephen & Georganne Long, Harrison,

Mary Virginia & Margaret

Non-resident Dining Members
Primary Sponsor: John L. Gibson, III

After completing his undergraduate study at Randolph-Macon College, medical
school at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Medicine and his residen-
cy at the Medical College of Virginia hospitals, Dr. Long successfully established
Commonwealth Pain Specialists in Richmond, VA. His loving wife Georganne
maintained a successful OB/GYN practice in Richmond until her retirement a few
years ago.Their three brilliant children are progressing through the collegiate system
with the eldest, Whit, graduating from Hampden-Sydney and just completing his
first year of law school at TC Williams School of Law at University of Richmond, daughter,
Mary Virginia, graduating soon from Washington and Lee University, and youngest, Margaret, set to attend the
University of Virginia.They enjoy spending their summers at their home on 54th Street and look forward to making
new friends at the PACC as they enter the “empty nester” stage of their life.

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Welcome New Members

John, Jack & Luke Lynch

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Jon Goold

Beach native and dad to Jack and Luke, John Lynch operates a successful law practice
with Troutman Sanders. John is a graduate of James Madison and The University of
Richmond Law School. He is very involved in the community serving on the Boards
for An Achievable Dream and Horizons Hampton Roads, as well as many law
organizations. Jack is a rising 7th grader who enjoys baseball, basketball and surfing.
Luke is a rising 5th grader who plays soccer and basketball.The Lynch gentlemen
reside permanently in Norfolk, where they are also members of the Norfolk Yacht
and Country Club, but enjoy the warm season near the ocean at their home on 54th

Daniel, Courtney, Alden, Aubrey & Brook Morrall

Resident Comprehensive Members

Primary Sponsor: George F. Shipp

While fairly new to Virginia Beach, Dan Morrall has roots in Virginia as a former football
player and graduate of Washington & Lee University. Dan then went on to receive his
MBA from Columbia Business School and recently joined the team at Sterling Capital.
Before earning the title of loving mom to their three beautiful children, Courtney Mor-
rall was a swimmer for Cornell University and an educator.The Morralls are a very active
family and enjoy swimming, playing golf, tennis and working out.They have jumped
right into life at the Beach, moving to Bay Colony and becoming quickly involved in the
community and the Club.

David & Barbara Murphy

Resident Comprehensive Members

Primary Sponsor: Lee Entsminger

Prior to retiring in March 2015, Dave worked with McDonald’s Corpora-
tion for 39 ½ years, most recently serving as the Division President APMEA
(Asia, Pacific, Middle East & Africa) and the International Relationship
Partner for Japan. Barb and Dave met at college in New York State and have
been married more than 37 years. Barb was a college administrator until
their family began moving around the United States and Asia/Pacific. She
has volunteered with the Ronald McDonald House Charities for more than
20 years, serving as Secretary in Delaware and President in Singapore. Dave
and Barb are parents to two daughters, Meghan and Erin, who both reside
in Portland, Oregon, where the Murphys also own a second home. Dave
loves to play golf and both he and Barb love to travel the world.

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Welcome New Members

Gus, Shannon, John & Holly Nicoll

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Gray Randolph

Three of the four Nicoll family members are Virginia Beach natives, all three
having been born at Virginia Beach General Hospital. Shannon graduated
from First Colonial High School before attending Longwood College. She
has been a long-time elementary school teacher in Virginia Beach. Gus is not
from Virginia Beach, but got here as fast as he could. He flew F-14s at NAS
Oceana for many years before joining Jet Blue Airways in 2003. Gus graduat-
ed from Yale (BA) and the University of Virginia (MBA) and is currently the
COO of Sentara Medical Group. John and Holly both attend VB Middle
School and enjoy active living at the family home on 44th Street.

Ira & Jean Steingold

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Samuel Steingold

A Norfolk native and sports enthusiast, Ira played soccer and tennis throughout
his years at Norfolk Academy and then Emory University, where he earned his
Bachelor’s Degree and Juris Doctorate. Ira is a partner at Steingold & Mendel-
son Attorneys in Suffolk, VA. Classical music and live theatre have been a large
part of the Steingold’s lives for many years.They believe that a driving force
behind bringing businesses to the area is the arts; therefore, he and Jean are big
proponents of local cultural centers such as the Virginia Symphony, Virginia
Stage Company and the Chrysler Museum. Jean loves to play tennis, but spends
a lot of time out of town so she can be close to their grandson. Ira loves to play
golf and is an avid tennis player.The Steingolds are also members of Cedar
Point Country Club in Suffolk.

Westbrook & Anne Parker

Non-resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: John W. Drescher

Westbrook and Anne Parker have resided in their current home in Franklin, Virginia for thirty-two years. After obtaining his bache-
lor’s degree from Hampden Sydney and juris doctor from the University of Richmond, Westbrook joined his father’s general practice
firm. In 1987, he was elected as Circuit Court Judge for the City of Suffolk as well as Southampton and Isle of Wight counties, and
ultimately served as Chief Judge of that circuit until his retirement in 2009. He now serves as the Executive Director for the Elms
Foundation. His lovely bride Anne is a retired teacher who serves on the Board for the Blackwater Nottoway Riverkeeper Program
and volunteers for the Franklin Garden Club.To quote their membership application, “All pictures of us are 20 years old and if we
used one of them I’d never hear the end of it from my friends.” So be sure to snap a photo of Judge Parker and Anne at the next Prin-
cess Anne event!

Princess Anne Living | September/October 2015 10

Welcome New Members

Jeffrey, Carrie, Blake & Crew Watkins

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Richard Burroughs, Jr.

Jeffrey and Carrie Watkins were both born and raised at the Oceanfront and
love to spend their days with their children outside and near the water. Jeffrey
has worked for United Parcel Service for twenty years and Carrie is the Vice
President of Business Development at her family business, Independence
Construction Company of VA.Their daughter Blake, six, attends Norfolk
Academy and son Crew, four, attends Friends School.The Watkins have
lived in Bay Colony for five years and decided to join The Princess Anne
family not only due to the proximity to their home, but also to enjoy the club
amenities with their numerous friends who are also members.They are excited for Blake and Crew to grow up close to the Club and the
enjoyment it will provide.

Charles Joseph Wittmann

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: R. Griffith Jones, Jr.

The Wittmann family recently relocated to Virginia
Beach from Richmond, VA when Chip accepted a
position with Sterling Capital. Chip is a graduate of
Davidson College (BA), where he played soccer, and
the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
(MBA). Chip and Heyden, A UNC-Chapel Hill grad-
uate and huge Tar Heel fan, met while both working for Bank of
America, have been married for more than 20 years and have three
amazing children. Following in her father’s footsteps, Eliza will enter Duke University in the fall after graduating
from Richmond Collegiate. CJ and Tyson, both avid soccer players, will attend Norfolk Academy, where CJ will be
a senior and Tyson a freshman.The Wittmanns are very active, with all three children playing sports and musical
instruments, and mom and dad enjoying half marathons.

James “Jim” Walter Wolcott III

Resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: Ronald J. Jones, Jr.

After 18 years as a member of the Princess Anne Golf Team, Jim Wolcott decided to
enter retirement and join the Princess Anne family of members. A Virginia Beach na-
tive and graduate of Virginia Beach High School, Jim attended Frederick College prior
to serving as a banker for 20 years. He has three children, seven grandchildren and one
great grandchild to keep him busy. He frequently travels with fellow members to play
golf courses around the world. Jim was an integral player in developing the PACC Sun-
day Couples golf program into the fine program it is today. While he has been known
to adorn “costumes” at the Annual Ladies Member-Guest Golf Tournaments, he is best
known by our Princess Anne family as a caring friend defined by character and honesty.

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TeamTeam Member Update

PACC Team Transitions!

The PACC Operations Team has been making moves! Over the past few months, we’ve welcomed new team
members and seen dedicated team members receive promotions.We would like to update you on who you’ll be
seeing and working with around the Club.

Kristen Bunting, Director of Marketing &
Communications and Jennifer Cauldwell,
Membership Director, joined the PACC team in
May. With their powers combined, they have been
dubbed the Dynamic Duo.They bring with them a
wealth of marketing and public relations knowledge
and experience. Stop by the administrative office to
say hello!

Mimi Wormeley, Banquet Manager, joined the McCall Andy, Kristen Bunting, Andrea Pettay, Glenna Giacomazzi,
PACC team in May. She filled a vacancy left by Mimi Wormeley and Jennifer Cauldwell
McCall Andy upon her promotion to Catering
Director.These ladies have taken the PACC events
and catering team by storm. Call them today to
schedule your holiday gatherings!

If you’ve stopped by the administrative office lately, you may have noticed an empty desk.That’s because Andrea
Pettay, was promoted! She is now the Director of Fitness & Wellness at the Lifestyles Fitness Center. Andrea has
since taken the PACC fitness game to a new level! Check out her bio and additional information on our entire
Fitness Team in the Lifestyles & Fitness section.

A huge congratulations goes out to Chef Glenna Giacomazzi, who was
recently promoted to Head Chef at Breakers! Glenna has been a member of
the PACC Team for nearly nine years, working her way up from Line Cook
to her new position.

After an exhaustive search, we welcomed Mr.Tim Doran to our Golf

Course Maintenance Department in January. His skill set includes, but

is not limited to, managing daily operations, moisture management and

leading the team, including bilingual team members. Following another extensive Tim Doran and Emily Rothrock

search, we welcomed Miss Emily Rothrock to the team. Emily is currently

employed at WPL Site Design and will work part-time as the leader of our Front Lawn Team

responsible for the Club grounds.

Helen Koo Last, but certainly not least, we most recently welcomed Helen Koo to the Princess Anne as
the new Kids Club 3800 Program Manager. Helen is originally from California and moved
to Virginia Beach in October 2010 after leaving the Army in New York. She and her ten
month old son currently reside in Pungo.They look forward to meeting The Princess Anne
Family and making this their new home away from home.

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ContestNew Member Sponsor Contest

Saluting our New Member Sponsors!
Potential Winners are listed below! Will your name be added?

James W. Allen (1) Jonathon Goold (3) Richard G. Mitchell (5) James F. Short (5)
James E. Altmeyer, Jr. (2) Matthew T. Goodwin (1) William K. Mizell (1) Patrick L. Shuler (1)
Matthew Angelelli (1) W. Hunter Goodwin (3) T. Justin Moore III (9) Lewis Siegel (1)
Richard C. Beale (1) Stephan H. Gordon (1) Richard F. Mulligan, Jr. (1) Ramsay Smith (1)
Robert K. Blanchard (3) Robert D. Hardie (1) Charles M. Nash (1) Jay Standing (2)
Robert Bradshaw (4) Michael Hays (3) James Nash (3) Jennifer Steadfast (1)
Thomas Brown (1) L. Ralph Hicks, Jr. (1) Robert S. Neff (1) Samuel Steingold (3)
Robert C. Buckalew (2) Robert L. Ingram III (1) Aaron K. Nelson (1) Kay Morgan Stockwell (3)
Anne Marie Burroughs (7) Jennie Jones (2) Adam B. Newman (4) Robert Temple (1)
Richard C. Burroughs (1) R. Griffith Jones, Jr. (3) Ann G. Nickles (3) Douglas R. Toan (3)
Neil Brown (1) Sarah Joyner (1) Vincent R. Olivieri (1) John Todman (1)
William T. Campbell (3) Ellen Keeter (1) Kenneth Ortiz (3) Troy Toner (3)
Betty Cimmino (1) Allen King (1) Larry F. Parker (1) Britt Visser (1)
Donald H. Clark, Jr. (4) Anna King (3) Don Parnell (3) Scott Walthall (4)
William V. Collins (1) Thomas C. Kleine (1) Susan T. Pender (3) H. Michael Walker (3)
Cecil V. Cutchins, Jr. (3) Peter Kraus (1) Joseph W. Prueher (2) Leslie Watson (2)
Bill Donigan (3) Beth Kulas (1) B. Gray Randolph (3) H. Mac Weaver (3)
Richard Doummar (1) Aaron Legum (2) Benjamin W. Rawles III (1) Samatha B. Wetzler (1)
John W. Drescher (4) Elizabeth Long (3) James W. Rawles, Jr (1) J. Kendall Whitaker (1)
Lee D. Entsminger (3) Frank Malbon (1) James H. Sellers (1) Ros R. Willis (1)
Scott V. Ferros (1) Vincent J. Mastracco Jr. (2) Thomas S. Shadrick (1) John Britton Williston (1)
Stephen R. Freeman (1) Hunter D. McCaa (1) M. Lee Shearin (1) David G. Wilson (1)
Jeff Gayle (3) Stephan Michaels (1) Kimberly D. Shepherd (1) Charles M. Yue (1)
John L. Gibson (7) Scott Miller (1) George F. Shipp (4) Harold Buchanan Yuill (2)

1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize

$10,000 Vacation FREE Dues Dinner & Drinks
to a Destination for 3 Months for 4 at PACC
of Choice in 2016

Winners will be selected at the annual meeting. Good Luck!

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CentennialCentennial Highlights

What a Year it’s going to be!

In the summer of 1916, 92 gentlemen joined together with the vision to establish a
“Country Club with an eighteen hole golf course, tennis courts and other facilities
of the highest order.” Nearly one hundred years, a golf course (and its renovation),
twelve tennis courts, two clubhouses, a pool, fitness facility and countless memories
later, we will celebrate that Club’s 100th Anniversary. Join us for the Centennial
Year of The Princess Anne Country Club in 2016. It would not be a true celebration
without each and every one of you,The Princess Anne family.

“It would not be a true celebration without
each and every one of you.”

Get the Details

November 7, 2015
Centennial Kickoff, PACC Annual Meeting

The centennial celebration will launch at the Club’s
Annual Meeting. We’re taking it back to 1916, with
decor, attire, fare and libations! Check out complete
details on page 27.

Save the Dates

While full event details will be provided at the Annual
Meeting, please mark your calendars now for these events
you won’t want to miss.

December 31, 2015
New Year’s Eve Capote Black and White Ball

April 16, 2016
Decades Party

July 4, 2016
Independence Day Extravaganza & Fireworks

Be on the look out for more details as we draw closer to the celebration, and look for
your Centennial Book next summer!

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The Princess Anne’s 92 founding Members met in 1916 to sign a subscription
agreement to organize the Club. Now, nearly 100 years later, a limited opportunity
is available for 92 candidates to join the Club as Comprehensive Resident or
Non-Resident Comprehensive Members for only $9,200!


Comprehensive Memberships provide full access to club events, golf course and tennis courts (green
fees and court fees apply), the pool, Fitness Center, and Clubhouse/Breakers dining. This opportunity
expires December 31, 2015 or after 92 Comprehensive Memberships are committed. Initiation Fee
Certificates currently held by select tenured Members may not be used in conjunction with this
campaign. In full payment of $9,200 required. At the end of this promotion, joining fees return to
$15,900 for Resident Comprehensive and $11,900 for Non-Resident Comprehensive Memberships.

Monthly Fees

• Resident: Reduced from $489 to $250 for six months. Savings = $1,434
• Non-Resident: Reduced from $244 to $160 for six months. Savings = $504
• Family Comprehensive Sport Supplement: Waives greens and court fees. A wise choice for families

who play golf and/or tennis frequently. Usually $120/month. No charge for six months. Savings =

Additional Opportunities

Tennis, Pool, and Dining Memberships are also available along with attractive payment plans. Please
contact our Membership Director, Jennifer Cauldwell, at (757) 440-3110 or jcauldwell@princessannecc.
com for more information.

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Saturday, September 12
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

‘Come Together’


$45++ Includes Beer & House Wine
(Member-signed Cash Bar for Premium Beer, Wine & Liquor)
Make your reservations online or by calling the Front Desk at 428-4141

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BY This Event is free to all
Golf & TENNIS Member-Member
e Participants!

eARoHcka,mapntdonPRopoacdosve4r-pbiaencde,! Dance, GOLF PARTICIPANTS’
Spouse/Guest ARE ALSO FREE!


Passed Hors d’oeuvres
Tempura Shrimp | Marinated Crispy Chicken Sliders | Fried Oysters

Bacon-Wrapped Scallops

BBaebaycshitCtiansguParloAvtitdireed Tossed-Salad Station

Buffet Dinner
Roasted Bone-in Chicken, Marinated Mushrooms | Prawn Scampi Linguine

Carved Tenderloin, Horseradish Whipped Cream

MartIne’s Corner
House-made Bread Pudding | Crème Brûlée

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SocialSocial & Dining

WINE TASTING | Saturday, September 19th | 6:00 pm

Enjoy a delectable tasting tour of Argentine wines featuring Hank Foiles.
Hank comes to us from The Country Vintner and offers many years of experience in wine
consultation. He shares a vast knowledge and passion for wine and has taught multiple wine
classes at Old Dominion University.

~ Pulenta Pinot Gris 2014 ~ Alto Limay Pinot Noir Select 2013
~ Sophenia Viognier Reserve 2012 ~ Catena Cabernet Franc San Carlos 2012
~ Familia Zuccardi Torrontes Serie A 2014 ~ Lamadrid Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2012
~ O’Fournier B – Crux Sauvignon Blanc 2013 ~ El Ememigo Malbec 2012
~ Cobos Chardonnay Felino 2014 ~ Renacer Enamore 2013

Includes Light Hors D’oeuvres

Wednesday Wine
Wine Night

1/2 OFF Every Thursday | 6:00 pm
Bottles of Wine*
On Breakers Boulevard
In the Free Samplings & Wine Specials
Chesapeake throughout the Evening.

Room &
Linkhorn Lounge
Begins September 3!
*Only valid for Complimentary
bottles under $100 Tapas
Not valid on house wine & wine to go

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Social & Dining

Dinner, Dancing &


Friday, September 25 | 6:00 - 9:00 PM

In the Chesapeake Room

Whole Main Lobster

Steamed, served with drawn butter, steamed vegetables
and buttered fingerling potatoes

Surf and Turf

Filet mignon (6 oz.) served with a steamed lobster tail ( 6oz.),
twice baked potato and sautéed spinach

Live entertainment by The Skylark Trio

Family Meal Deal & LaDies’

Kids’ Movie Night Beginner’s Welcome!

Tuesdays | 6:30 - 8:30 pm September 15

Chesapeake room Contact Harriet Doub
One free children’s entrée for every adult at 620-5478
entrée purchased. Popcorn will be provided
with the 6:30 pm movie!

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Social & Dining

B B Dreakers eer inner TUESDAY, September 22

Reception - 6:30 pm | Dinner - 7:00 PM | $40++


Check online
for the event menu!

Burger Saturdays Saturdays & Sundays
5:00 pm 8:00 -11:00 am

Night $8 Specialty Burgers Breakfast $2 Mimosas,
$10 Pitchers at Breakers Bloody Marys
at Breakers
& Screwdrivers
September 12!

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Social & Dining


Grillin’ & Chillin’ coincides with the Check our website
Breakers Boulevard Band Series for Band line-ups!

Friday Nights | Weather Permitting
Buffet Starts at 6:30 Music at 7:00


Grilled Steak, Baked Potato Bar, Salad Bar with Toppings
$9.95++ for Salad Bar
$16.95++ for Complete Buffet

Taco Wednesdays Tapas 5:00 pm
4:00 pm

Night $1.50 Tacos Thursdays
at Breakers Margarita at Breakers

Begins September 16! Begins September 3!

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Social & Dining


Thinking $:

Learn how to Spot
and Avoid Fraud

Thursday, September 24 | COMPLIMENTARY
Coffee~10:00 am | Presentation~10:30 Am

Presented By: Susan Arthur – Associate Director, Public Education
FINRA Investor Education Foundation

Susan Arthur has spent over 30 years in the financial services industry. She currently
works for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Investor Education
Foundation, where she manages the Investor Protection Campaign. In this position she
coordinates national, state and grassroots partnerships, and travels across the country
speaking to professional and consumer organizations about financial fraud prevention.

Previously, Susan worked for The Nasdaq Stock Market, where she held a variety of Susan Arthur
marketing and relationship-management positions. She was instrumental in developing
the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square, NY, an interactive broadcast studio, investor
and event center. She ran this facility for two years.

Prior to joining Nasdaq, Susan worked at the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (NASD) for several
years. There, she helped develop the first Central Registration Depository (CRD), a centralized database that
includes information about all securities firms and registered personnel across the country. Susan began her
career at Wheat, First Securities in Richmond, VA.

A few fraud facts:

In order to ensure adequate seating, please make reservations online or with the Front Desk by calling 428-4141.

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Social & Dining

Silver Oak Wine Dinner ~ Saturday, October 17 | 6:00 pm

Presented by Charlie Campbell from the Silver Oak Winery


King Crab Cocktail
Alaskan-caught King Crabs, chilled Lemon-mint Vinaigrette, Cucumber-horseradish Cocktail Sauce

Twomey Sauvignon Blanc ~ Russian River Valley, 2013

Seared Pork Belly
Savory House Bacon Jam, Root Vegetable Hash, Fried Quail Egg
Twomey Pinot Noir ~ Russian River Valley, 2013 | Twomy Pinot Noir ~ Sonoma Coast, 2013

Blood Orange Sorbet

Dijon-crusted Rack of Lamb
Rosemary-roasted Beets and Feta
Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon ~ Alexander Valley, 2008 | Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon ~ Napa Valley, 2010

Hot, salted Caramel Drizzle, Chocolate Custard Ice Cream

Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon
(The region and vintage of this final wine is a mystery as Mr. Campbell looks forward to surprising guests with a special selection from the Vintners Collection)

SEPTEMBER 9 G Never-ending
I Happy Hour
& R
L Every Thursday
OCTOBER 14 S in the Clubhouse!
$8.95++ I Featuring $5
~Salad Bar Station G Gourmet
~Mini-Desserts H Flatbread
~Drink Specials T Pizzas &
In the Clubhouse U Drink Specials
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Social & Dining

At Breakers


Saturday, October 3 | 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Tasting Tables ~ Buffet ~ Live Music

All you can eat and drink tickets available!

Save the Date! Tuesday, Grey Goose

Tequila October 20 Summer Soirée
6:30 pm

Dinner at Breakers at Breakers Light Hors D’oeuvres

Thursday, September 17
6:30 - 8:00 pm | $15++

Grey Goose Tasting Stations
featuring the following flavors:

Classic, Le Melon, L’Orange,
Le Poire and Cherry Noir

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Social & Dining

Saturday, November 21 | 4:00 - 8:00 pm

On the West Lawn

Wine & Beer Specials | VT & UVA Game Viewings!

Bob Smith’s Band “More Perfect Jones” on the Lawn ‘til 8 pm!


Whole Hog Chili Pork BBQ
Brunswick Stew Ham Biscuits Oysters & Clams
Hatteras Clam Chowder Hush Puppies
Pecan Bars

$25++ for the buffet that runs from 4:00 - 7:00 pm
(Member-signed bar)

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Social & Dining

Evening Speaker Series

• Hors d’oeuvres – 5:30 pm
• Dinner – 6:15 pm
• Presentation – 7:00 pm

$35++ for Members
$40++ for Guests

Includes Hors D’oeuvres &
3-Course Dinner with Wine Service
(Member-signed Bar)

Dr. G. William Whitehurst G. William Whitehurst was
Thursday, October 22nd recently honored by the
Norfolk Cosmopolitan
Radicalization of Islam Club with the 2014
Distinguished Service
Medal as Norfolk’s First
Citizen in Civic Affairs. He
is a former Republican
Congressman who
began teaching
history at ODU in 1950. A former dean of
students, Whitehurst served in the U.S. House
of Representatives from 1969 to 1987, then
returned to teach at ODU.

Linkhorn Club 3800 Babysitting
Lounge Live
Per Hour Rates: Hours:
Friday, October 23
7:00 - 10:00 pm $8 for 1 child Monday – Friday
$10 for 2 children 8:30 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.
$12 for 3 children
$14 for 4 children Friday Night Babysitting
$5 per child – lunch or dinner 6:00 – 11:00 P.M.

Live entertainment

The Fillmore Duo

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YouthYouth Activities

Friday, October 30th

Children’s Halloween

Trick or Treating
on Club Property for 6-and-under

12:30 - 2:30 pm


Check-in at the Front Desk
at 12:30 pm

Hayride Join us for Dinner &

Friday, October 9th Pumpkin Decorating
5:30 - 8:30 pm | $10 per family at Breakers
October 21 - 25 | 4:00 - 8:30 pm
Includes Hot Chocolate, S’mores and Crafts

(Departs near flagpole)
Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Annual M


Join us as we journey back to 1916
for a Great Gatsby-themed soiree!

Dinner is Free!
Complimentary Cocktail Hour 6:00 – 7:00 PM

Member-Signed Bar after 7:00 PM

Meeting: 6:00 pm | Sea Pines Room

Dinner & Dancing to follow
in the Ballroom featuring Slapnation Band

We Will premier details on the BlDress

Centennial Celebration events! Code:

While this is a reception-style event
with no reserved seating, please help us prepare

by letting us know you will attend!
RSVP by calling the front desk (757) 428-4141

or online at

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r 7, 2015

lack Tie Featured Menu
Oysters Rockefeller

Shrimp Cocktail
Roasted Lamb Cocktail

Carved, Horseradish-Crusted Tenderloin with
morel demi-glaze and roasted broccoli

Baked Potato Station

Crab Cakes Served over Saffron Rice with
Lemon and Horseradish Aioli

BananaS Foster Bread Pudding ala mode
with Rum Caramel Sauce

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The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

Dear Rules Guru, Answer: Mary did the right thing.The
penalty for moving a loose impediment in a
It’s been a busy summer at the PACC. hazard only applies when the player’s ball is
in the same hazard as the loose impediment.
Please address the following situations

that have occurred recently on the course.

Question 1: Janie and John were playing If Mary’s partner’s ball was also in the bunker
golf on a Sunday afternoon. Both of them at the time that Mary removed the pine cone,
were on the 10th green. Janie was at the front Mary’s partner would have been disqualified for
and John was on the back. I should mention that they that hole in match play or penalized two strokes in
were not speaking to each other at this time.They both stroke play. Mary would not be penalized.
assumed they were away and putted at the same time.
Oops! Their balls clashed. What’s the ruling? If Mary’s opponent’s ball was in the bunker, there
would be no penalty to either player. Interestingly,
Answer: First, we assume that they are not partners in Mary’s opponent could require her to put the pine cone
this competition. back.

The ruling would be that both strokes are canceled Question 3: Mary landed in another bunker on
and must be replayed with no penalty to either player. number 12. Susie, her partner, was on the green. When
The players must then determine which of them is Mary blasted her ball out of the bunker, it landed with
further from the hole and play in turn. If the balls had some force onto Susie’s back side. Did Mary suffer a
not collided, the balls would be played from their new penalty?
position.The ruling is the same in both match and
stroke play. Answer: Mary is penalized one stroke under Rule
19-2 in either match or stroke play.
Question 2: Mary is such a nice person and is always
trying to do good deeds. Everyone was on the green If Mary’s ball had hit her opponent, Mary would have
except Mary. Her ball landed in the bunker.There was the option of playing the ball from where it came to
a pine cone near her ball; she knew she couldn’t move rest or replaying the stroke.
it. After two tries she got out of the bunker. She raked
the bunker and then picked up the pine cone and In stroke play Mary would have to play the ball from
threw it out of the bunker. Mary did her good deed of where it came to rest.
the day. She did not want another golfer to have to deal
with a pesky pine cone. Was she a “do-gooder?” There is no penalty for the ball striking your opponent
in match play or your fellow-competitor in stroke play.
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“This summer we have inherited some beautiful ‘Sandy Areas’
on the course.”

Please note that the term “opponent” always and only applies
to match play. In stroke play the players in your group are called
“fellow-competitors.”There is no such term as “playing partner”
which TV announcers frequently use.

Question 4: This summer we have inherited some beautiful
“sandy areas” on the course. Some of the areas are also used by
some of us as cart paths. Can you explain why some may look like
cart paths but are not considered cart paths, and therefore do not
offer any free relief.

Answer: The new sandy areas on holes six and eight were made
to replace the rough and cart paths that were there.These areas are
considered to be “through the green” in golf parlance.That is, they
have the same status as the rough (or fairway for that matter) and no free relief is available.The fact that carts
are driven through them does not make them cart paths.

Until next time, keep the questions coming!
Email me at [email protected]

-RW Guru

The Mighty Rules Guru

Patriot Golf Day • Labor Day, Monday, September 7th,
the golf course will be open at 7:00 am
The Princess Anne Country Club will once again support the Folds of and the Pro Shop at 6:30 am.
Honor Foundation by participating in Patriot Golf Weekend (this Labor Tuesday, September 8, the course will
Day Weekend). be open.

Over the past two years, The Princess Anne Country Club has raised • The Golf Course will be closed
over $5,000 for The Folds of Honor Foundation. September 14th – 15th due to
The Foundation provides scholarships
and assistance for spouses and children PrincePssrinAcnenses LAinvninegLiv|ingSep|temSebpetre/mOcbteorb/Oerc2to0b1e5r 20135 30
of those killed or disabled in service to

The Golf Pro Shop Staff will fund raise on
the first tee, Saturday, September 5th &
Sunday, September 6th. Your donation
will enter you to win a Limited Edition
Titliest All Leather Staff Bag and a
Closest to the Hole prize on the front
nine of the golf course.


GolfGolf Course & Grounds Update

~ By Matt Boyce

Weekly Topdressing

Since the last week in February the greens have been topdressed each Monday
using small amounts of sand.This grooming process promotes firmness,
smoothness and plant protection from daily foot traffic. We feel confident this
process has made the putting surfaces better during the hot summer season when
the plants tend to have increased stress, disease pressure and other environmental
factors. We hope you understand our goals!

Why do we have those holes in the greens

It can be heard in men’s and ladies’ locker rooms around the country….“Why are
they putting holes in the greens again?” Contrary to popular belief, aeration is not
the Superintendent’s way of getting back at the golfing public.There is a reason
for all of the madness and here’s my shot at the simple version.

1. The plant needs oxygen, especially during the hot summer months. By
removing a “core” from the greens surface, we are removing thatch or “turf
fat.”We want to keep our putting surfaces lean for a long summer.

2. We then add new sand in place of the thatch. We add larger particle sand to
create “pores” or spaces for the roots to find oxygen and water.The new sand
also adds microbes which help the plant break down material for food.

3. We then “work in” the new sand to fill the holes and add amendments to the
greens to promote root growth and overall health.

Each year we take organic matter tests on the putting surfaces. Our tests show
we are in the ideal range for organic matter.That means that we have enough
cushion to hold a good golf shot, but not too much that make the greens appear
to be soft.

I salute the Greens Committee for sticking with our diligent and often
cumbersome program.This short-term inconvenience can be disruptive, but long
term, these practices are paying off. We appreciate your patience!

The Latest and Greatest

For the most up to date information regarding golf course conditioning, current
and future projects, please access The Princess Anne Country Club blog at:

If you are crunched for time but still want the latest information, you can submit your
email address on the blog site and updates will automatically be sent to you.

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From the Tees

61st Annual

Vincent G. Thomas

Men’s Member-Member

September 10, 11, & 12, 2015

Stag Night - Thursday, September 10th
1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start Friday, September 11th
10:00 a.m. Shotgun Start Saturday, September 12th

Comprehensive Supplement Holders $250.00, There will be an optional “Players’ Pool” flight pool, and daily net and gross
Non-Supplement Holders $300.00 skins available that may be entered on Friday morning at the registration
table. The cost is an additional $100 per player.


Male Members, or spouses of, who possess a current USGA handicap. This event is optional. It will be held in the Men’s Lounge and on the West

FORMAT: Lawn for all male Club Members and tournament participants. Cocktails

Net Best Ball of the twosome, using 90% of the September 1st handicap. Friday will begin at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. There will be a member-
is the only day that teams may request to play with another team, regardless signed bar for wine and cocktails. Draft beer is included with dinner. The
cost for dinner is $39 per person. Please sign-up on ForeTees under “Stag
of their flight.
Night” event.

Teams will be assigned a flight prior to play according to the total team index; FIELD:

however the 2015 Champions may come from any flight in the regular division. The field will be limited to 60 teams.


Overall Champion is the low 36-hole net aggregate total which can come from Noon, Tuesday, September 8th.

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

except for the flight where the Champion comes from, then there are Second

and Third places awarded.

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: 2014 Champions
The entry fee of $250 per comprehensive supplement holder ($300 for Mike Hays & Lee Barthold
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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Past Events
and Tournament Results

VSGA Junior Boys Match Play Championship

Your Princess Anne Country Club had the

honor of hosting the 2015 VSGA Junior

Boys Match Play Championship this past

June.The field boasted the top junior golfers

from the state of Virginia, including our

very own Will Clark,Tommy Barton, Jack

Limroth and C.J. Brady. Will Clark finished

second in the stroke play qualifier, shooting

rounds of 68 and 66 to earn the number two

seed in match play.The event was eventually

won by Mark Lawrence of Richmond,

who claimed his third consecutive title.

Will Clark We would like to thank our membership

for allowing the Princess Anne to host this

prestigious event! Tommy Barton,

Jack Limroth

and C.J. Brady

2015 Ladies Member – Guest

Champions -123 - Peggy Dunnington, Low Gross -142 - Sally Curry,
Anne Pace, Carolyn Day and Carol Temple, Brenda Knapp, Cyndi Carlson
Maureen Garvey

Congratulations to Carolyn Day, Peggy Dunnington and their guests Maureen
Garvey and Anne Pace for their victory in the 20th Annual Martha Macklin
Smith Ladies Member Guest Tournament.Their net score of 17 under par (123)
was good for a three shot victory to claim the title. Defending Champions
Carol Temple, Sally Curry and guests Cyndi Carlson and Brenda Knapp
were the Gross Winners, shooting an amazing score of two over par 142.

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2015 Ladies Challenge Match

Congratulations to the 2015 Ladies Challenge Match Champions

Sally Curry and Donna Hicks. Sally and Donna narrowly defeated the

Runner-Up Team of Doris Addenbrook and Talbott Jordan. Standing on

the 16th tee, Curry and Hicks found themselves with a two up lead with

three holes to play. Doris and Talbott weren’t done yet however.Talbott

made a natural birdie on 16 and a par on 17 to tie the match heading

into the final hole. Donna was able to close out the match on 18 with a

net birdie to claim the Championship.

2015 Ladies Champions - Sally Curry and
Donna Hicks

Member – Member

Congratulations to Doris Addenbrook and

Talbott Jordan for their victory in the 2015

Leo V. Kernan Ladies Member Member.

Doris and Talbott used a blistering second

round net score of 63 to claim the title.

Monique Martone and Alice Striffler claimed

the Gross Title shooting a two day total of

155. Congratulations ladies and thank you for Champions - Doris Addenbrook

your participation! & Talbott Jordan 70/63 = 123

2015 Men’s Member – Guest LAolwiceGStrroisfsfl-erM78on/7iq7u=e Martone &
Congratulations to Charles Honey and his guest Ryan Schnepf for their
victory in the 2015 James G. Parke Member Guest Tournament. Ryan
Schnepf drained an eight foot par putt on the fourth shootout hole to
claim the victory over Barry Purcell and Steve McCann. Congratulations
to our winners and thank you to all for making this another amazing

Champions - Ryan Schnepf and Runner Up - Steve McCann and
Charles Honey Barry Purcell

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From the Links

2015 Men’s Senior Club Championship
Friday October 2 - Sunday, October 4 | 12:00 pm

(The final Match will be played on a date to be determined by both players
in the event there are more than eight players in the Championship Flight.)

ELIGIBILITY: Male Members 55 years of age and ENTRY FEE: $20 per player.
older who posses a current USGA DEADLINE: Tuesday, September 29th at 11:59 pm.

Format: Individual Match Play; all matches HANDICAPS: October 1, 2015 USGA Handicap
FLIGHTS: played at scratch. Indexes will be used for seeding the
flights (Defending Champion, Skip
Will be determined by October 1st Zobel will be the #1 seed).
handicap indexes. The Championship
Flight will be comprised of the lowest SIGN UP: On ForeTees or by calling the
16 indexes. The remaining flights will Golf Pro Shop at 757-422-3360.
be comprised of eight players each.

TEES: All play will be from the Green Tee.

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From the Links

Men’s Club Championship

Wednesday, October 21 – Friday, October 23 | 9 am

Final Matches on a date to be determined by both players

Defending Super Senior Champion – Dick Owens

Male Members 70 years of age and older who possess a

current USGA handicap

Individual Match Play; all matches played at scratch

Will be determined by October 1 handicap indexes

The Championship Flight will be comprised of the lowest 16 indexes.
A Championship Consolation Flight will be comprised of the first round losers.

The remaining flights will be comprised of 8 players each.

All play will be from the White Tees

Entry Fee:
$20.00 per player

Noon, Friday, October 16

October 15, 2015 USGA Handicap
Indexes will be used for the seeding in the flights

Defending Men’s Super Senior Champion
Dick Owens

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From the Links

2015 Ladies Senior Club Championship

Friday October 30 - Sunday, November 1

(The final Match will be played on a date to be determined by both players in the event there
are more than eight players in the Championship Flight.)

Eligibility: All Female PACC Members, age 55 years and older

Format: Match Play within your Flight

Flights: There will be a stroke play qualifier to determine flights on

Friday morning. Pairings for the Stroke Play Qualifier will be

made based on handicap index. Following stroke play the

low three gross scores plus defending champion Babs Neff will

make up the Championship Flight. All other flights will also be

decided by the gross scores in the qualifying rounds. Each

flight will be comprised of four players

2014 Champion Babs Neff Tees: All play will be from the Red Tees

Entry Fee: $25 per player

Deadline: Tuesday, October 27th at 11:59 pm

Sign Up: On ForeTees or by calling the Golf Pro Shop

2015 Ladies Super Senior Club
Championship | October 21, 22, and 23

Scores from this event will be posted by the Golf Shop Team as a (T) Tournament Score

Eligibility: All female PACC members age 65

(as of 10/12/15) and over

Format: Match Play within your flight

Flights: There will be a stroke play qualifier to

determine flights on Friday morning. 2014 Champion Alice Striffler
Pairings for the Stroke Play Qualifier

will be made based on handicap

index. Following stroke play the low three gross scores plus

defending champion Alice Striffler will make up the Championship
Flight. All other flights will also be decided by the gross scores in
the qualifying rounds. Each flight will be comprised of four players

Prizes: Champion – Winner of Championship Flight. Runner-up Champion
of Championship Flight. Flight Winner.

Starting Times: Will be assigned each day

Tees: All play will be from the Red Tees

Entry Fee: Princess Anne Lady Golfers (PALG members) – no charge

Non-PALG female PACC members - $25

Entry Deadline: Friday, October 16th at 12:00 noon

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From the Links

2015 Beck and Paolini Award Winner

Carson Poulos

The recipient of this annual award shall demonstrate the traits of personal
character, strong work ethic, academic achievement and strong family support,
as personified by Evan Beck and Brinson Paolini.

Prior Beck and Paolini Trophy Winners:

2009 Alex Swan 2011 Will Clark 2013 Jack Limroth
2010 Tommy Barton 2012 Olivia Jones 2014 Nicholas Roland


The Princess Anne Country Club will again use the PGA Family course set up in conjunction with U.S Kids
Golf. There will be special PGA logoed tee marker, in the fairway from which junior players play. Level one
juniors will play from the blue markers with holes ranging from 45 to 195 yards. Once they reach the level
of competency from those tees, they will move on level two and play from the golf level tee markers with
holes ranging from 75 to 345 yards in length. They will then graduate to level three where they play from the
forward tee markers or Red Princess Anne Tees. Each level will have a corresponding color-coded bag tag
and learning booklet.

Wednesday Time Friday
Clinics Skill Testing
September 23rd 4:30-6:00pm September 25th
September 30th 4:30-6:00pm October 2nd
October 7th 4:30-6:00pm October 9th
October 14th 4:30-6:00pm October 16th
October 21st 4:30-6:00pm October 23rd
October 28th October 30th

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From the Links

Parent – Child (7/18/2015 & 7/19/2015)

Tom and Tommy Barton

Tom and Tommy Barton were crowned the 2015 Parent Child Champions
with their fantastic score of 72 narrowly defeating Runners Up, Ron and Jeff
Marks.The two over par round was good for the Barton’s first Championship.
Other winners included:

• Low Net Winner 17 & Older: Tom and Ellen Hyman
• Gross Winner 13-16 Division: Sam and Max Steingold
• Low Net 13-16 Division: Keith and Kevin Smedley
• Gross Winner 12 & Under: Robby and Max Bradshaw
• Low Net 12 & Under: Julie and Anna Padgett
• Grandparents Division Winner 13 & Older: Dennis Berlin and

Ethan Richardson
• Grandparents Division Winner 12 & Under: Roger Stroud and

Kiran Folck

Triumvirate (8/5/2015)

Princess Anne Country Club

Congratulations to The Princess Anne Triumvirate Team for their victory over Bayville Golf Club and the Cavalier Golf
and Yacht Club.The Net Division led the charge shooting an amazing 42 under par to help claim the victory and bring the
Triumvirate Trophy back home. Way to go team!

(Pictured left to right, back row) Joe Taylor, Matt Liebler, PGA Cecil Cutchin, Mark Honig, Lee Summers, Troy Heselius, Jeff Marks, Lee Barthold, Rick Kiefner,
Skip Zobel, Mark Llobell, Keith Smedley.
(Left to right, front row:) Sam Steingold, Mike Clark, John Fletcher, Ramsay Smith, Dick Owens, Mark Finn, Brad Foster, Bill Ambrose, Mike Hays, John Watson.
(Kneeling) Toles Summers. (Not pictured) Robbie Bradshaw.
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From the Links

Ladies Club Championship (8/7/2015)

Alice Striffler

Congratulations to the 2015 Louis H. Windholz Ladies Club
Champion Alice Striffler for her victory in the Championship Flight
Final. Alice needed 20 holes to defeat Defending Champion Sally
Curry. In a match that went back and forth, Sally was able to win the
17th hole to take a one up lead going into the 18th and final hole.
Striffler managed to knock her approach shot to within 10 feet and
two putt for par, tying the match. After a tie on the 19th hole, Alice’s
five foot par putt found the bottom of the cup to claim her first Club

Men’s Club Championship (8/7/2015)

Will Clark

The Princess Anne Country Club crowned its youngest Men’s Club
Champion of the modern era when sixteen year old Will Clark
defeated five time Champion Skip Zobel 5 & 3 to claim the title. Clark
remained steady throughout the contest and was able to take a five up
lead after the first 18 holes. An eagle at the par five eighth hole (26th
hole) stretched the lead to six making a comeback nearly impossible.
Zobel gave it one last run however, winning holes 13 and 14 to reduce
the lead to four. Clark was able to put the match away when his five
foot par putt found the bottom of the cup on the 15th hole.

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TennisTournament Results

Virginia Cup | April 24, 2015

After a miserable day of rain and cold
temperatures we finished up our Virginia
Cup event indoors. We managed to get
some of the rounds in outside which kept us
somewhat on schedule. Our team notched up
two wins to take 3rd place which was quite
an improvement over last year when we were
shut out. Britt Visser and Stuart Sim defeated
Nic Kohler and Rob Brown from Norfolk
Yacht 2-6, 6-4, 10-5 and then John Cochrane Chad Lesley, Jaime Conley, John Fraser,
and Chad Lesley won against another team Neil Brown, John Cochrane, Jeff Breit
from Norfolk Yacht, Wayne Wilbanks and Will
Zak by the score of 6-4, 4-6, 10-4. Pat Devine and Chad Lesley had opportunities to win
their matches, but lost 10-7 in a 3rd set tie breaker which, had they won, would have put
us in a three-way tie for 2nd place with Norfolk Yacht and CCV. In the end Westwood
swept the whole tournament winning eight out of eight matches.
Here’s the final tally:
Westwood – 8 Norfolk Yacht – 3 CCV – 3 PACC – 2

Fun Cup | May 3, 2015

It was another nail biting finish at the Racquet Club where we were competing for the
elusive Fun Cup against VBTCC, Cavalier and Norfolk Yacht. VBTCC has dominated
this event for many years although lost it to Norfolk Yacht last year. Each club puts
together a team of 30 players of all levels, from 3.0 – 4.5, and it’s all doubles and mixed.
We could not have asked for a better day for tennis with nothing but blue skies and perfect
temperatures. I want to give huge praise to our team for coming out and giving their best
effort for us on a Sunday. I can’t thank them enough. In the end, we finished only one
point behind VBTCC who had nine wins to tie with Norfolk Yacht with eight wins a
piece and then Cavalier finished with four.

Here were notable victories for us:

• Women’s 4.0 – Meridith Brady/Diane Stein def. Judy Wirsing/Brenda Wexel (VBTCC) 4-6,6-3,10-8
• Men’s 4.0 – Randy Nordstrom/Don Crigger def. Grey Folks/Tony Irwin (CAV) 5-7,6-3,10-8
• Mixed 3.0 – Chantel and Rhyan Finch def. Kathy McCoy/Don Gartrell (NYCC) 6-2,2-6,10-4
• Women’s 3.5 – Traci Shoemaker/Michelle Fox def. Julie Rekant/Kristi Joynt (CAV) 6-2,6-4
• Men’s 3.0 – Rhyan Finch/David Levi def. Jim Daffron/George Tatterson (NYCC )6-1,6-2
• Mixed 3.5 – Kevin O’Connor/Beth Kulas def. Britt Simon/Haley Cool (CAV) 6-3,6-2
• Women’s 3.0 – Julie Brown/Sally Ortiz def. Katie Hand/Teresa Briggs (CAV) 6-4,6-1
• Men’s 3.5 – Chris Poulos/Kevin O’Connor def. Gary Layne/Billy Wilson (NYCC) 6-2,7-5

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From the Courts

Tidewater Cup | May 9, 2015

The Princess Anne Country Club hosted the Tidewater Cup event this
year where we had our best 4.0 and 4.5 rated men tennis players playing in
a doubles event against Cavalier, Norfolk Yacht and Elizabeth Manor. We
did a drawing in the morning to see who plays who and then winners play
each other as well as the non-winners. Each match win is a point for their
team.There were a ton of 3rd set tie breakers, many of which didn’t go our

way, especially when we were matched up with NYCC and that’s what cost

us the Cup in the end, putting us in second place by a mere point. William Haycox, Richard Doummar,
Here were the final standings: Sam Steingold, Rickey Jacobson, John Fraser,
NYCC – 8 PACC – 7 EMCC – 4 CAV – 1 John Munford, Lewis Goode, Rod Buffington

Below are the match results:

Round 1 Round 2

• PACC Munford/Stevens vs. CAV Goldwag/Schulwolf - PACC Def • PACC Munford/Haycox vs. EM Wood/Hill -

• PACC Doummar/Jacobson vs. NYCC Yanez/Clark - PACC 6-1,4-6,11-9

NYCC 7-6, 6-7, 11-9 • PACC Doummar/Jacobson vs. EM York/Pendelton -

• PACC Putney/Stockwell vs. EM Goodrich/Patrick - PACC 7-5,6-0

PACC 6-4, 4-6, 10-3 • PACC Putney/Stockwell vs. NYCC Webb/Collins -

• PACC Steingold/Goode vs. EM Henderson/Hagler - PACC 6-0,6-1 NYCC 6-2, 2-6, 10-5

• PACC Hobbs/Buffington vs. NYCC Kitterman/Heilig - • PACC Goode/Steingold vs. CAV Sim/Goodall -

NYCC 2-6, 6-1, 10-4 PACC 6-4, 6-7, 10-5

• PACC Hobbs/Buffington vs. CAV Davis/Irwin -

PACC 6-7, 7-5, 10-6

Upcoming Events 2015 PACC Trip to the
Citi Open Pro Tennis
SEPTEMBER Tournament
• Member/Member Doubles Club

Championship – September 4-6
• Spindle Cup – September 12-13

• Select Automotive Jr. Open USTA L4 –

October 2-4
• Member/Member Mixed Doubles

Tournament – October 9-11
• Tennis Bubble Raised – October 30

(weather permitting)

Thanksgiving Classic Jr. USTA L5 –
November 27-29

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Anderson Cup | June 13-14, 2015

What an exciting weekend it was at this year’s Anderson Cup which took place at
Norfolk Yacht. We were leading the field at the end of day one having won five out
of our six singles matches and one of the three doubles matches. We didn’t fare quite
as well on day two with two wins out of the six singles matches and again one of the
doubles, but it was enough for a second place finish behind CCV who have now won
the event six years in a row. We couldn’t be more proud of how hard our ladies fought
for their 2nd place award.

Below are the final standings and match results: Courtney Graves, Annabelle Stiffler,
CCV – 14 points PACC – 9 points NYCC – 8 points FCC – 5 points Russie Snyder, Toby Fanney, Bekki
Jucksch, John Fraser, Suzie Breit,
Day 1 Day 2 Debby Levi, Olivia Large
Singles | Position Singles | Position

1. (CCV) Ginny Wortham def. (PACC) Olivia Large 6-7, 6-2, 6-0 1. (PACC) Olivia Large def.

2. (PACC) Bekki Jucksch def. (FCC) Elizabeth Morgan 6-2, 6-2 (FCC) Clayborne Thompson 6-2, 6-7, 12-10

3. (PACC) Courtney Graves def. (NYCC) Carina Simpson 6-3, 7-5 2. (CCV) Mason Davis def. (PACC) Bekki Jucksch 6-2, 6-3

4. (PACC) Toby Fanney def. (FCC) Stuart McClintic 7-5, 6-3 3. (CCV) Catherine Mueller def. (PACC) Courtney Graves 6-2,

5. (PACC) Debby Levi def. (NYCC) Ann Meg Keatley 6-0, 6-1 6-2

6. (PACC) Mariah Standing def. (CCV) Mindy Meredith 2-6, 7-6, 10-8 4. (NYCC) Elska Parker def. (PACC) Toby Fanney 6-0, 6-2

Doubles | Position 5. (CCV) Andrea Rahal def. PACC Debby Levi 4-6, 6-3, 10-3
6. (PACC) Mariah Standing def. (NYCC) Laurie Marshall 6-3, 6-1

1. (CCV) Wortham/Davis def. (PACC) Large/Graves 6-1, 6-0 Doubles | Position
2. (PACC) Jucksch/Breit def. (NYCC) Kohler/Simpson 6-1, 6-7, 11-9

3. (FCC) Mehrige/Musser def. (PACC) Snyder/Stiffler 6-3, 4-6, 10-8 1. (PACC) Large/Graves def. (FCC) McClintic/Johnson 6-7,


2. (CCV) Mueller/Whitworth def. (PACC) Jucksch/Breit 1-6,


3. (NYCC) Parker/Marshall def. (PACC) Snyder/Stiffler 6-4, 6-3

Junior Country Club Cup | June 20, 2015

Andy Hinkle, Henry Stockwell, Lizzi Congratulations to our eight competitors who played on our Junior Coun-
Riordan, Andrew Roberts, Graham Brown, try Club Cup team this year! The Princess Anne Country Club hosted the
Virginia Hobbs, Max Steingold, Isabelle event this year and our team was able to take home the trophy for a record
King, Catherine Hobbs 6th straight time even with the Racquet Club filling in for Farmington.This
event is a 25 year old tradition between four clubs; CCV, Norfolk Yacht,
43 Princess Anne Living | September/October 2015 Farmington and us. It’s a competition that consists of four age groups for
both boys and girls.The format is a singles match and then a mixed doubles
match in each age group. For every game won, the player scores a point for
his/her team. In the end as always it came down to just three games separat-
ing us from the 2nd place team, this year being VBTCC, so 184 total games
to their 181. CCV finished with 121 and NYCC with 96.
Here was our line-up:
12’s – Graham Brown and Isabelle King | 14’s – Max Steingold and
Catherine Hobbs 16’s – Andrew Roberts and Virginia Hobbs |
18’s – Henry Stockwell and Lizzi Riordan

From the Courts

Member/Guest Tournament | June 26-28, 2015

With all of the predicted rain leading up to this weekend, the participants and spectators lucked out with mostly great
weather! The tournament only had to move inside on Saturday afternoon. Friday evening was beautiful and drew a big crowd
to watch all of the first round matches. Saturday morning started out nice and ended with rain, but Sunday rounded out the
weekend with more gorgeous weather. Members, guests, family and friends were able to enjoy the sun, hors d‘oeuvres, good
company and great tennis! Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all the competitors and spectators for your

Men’s Open Winners: Men’s Opem Finalists: Men’s A Winners:
Neil Brown, Nic Kohler Izak Van der Merwe, Chandler Kleine, Chris Katsias

Wayne Wilbanks

Men’s A Finalists: Women’s Open Winners: Women’s Open Finalists:
Sam Steingold, Ira Steingold Bekki Jucksch, Chris Witherspoon Olivia Large, Mariah Standing

Women’s A Winners: Women’s A Finalists: Women’s B Winners:
Diane Stein, Meridith Brady Leslie Blackwell, Allison Wright Liz Worrell, Michelle Fox

Women’s B Finalists:
Beth Kulas, Bonnie Rose

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From the Courts

Adult Singles Club Championship | July 13-27, 2015

We had another great turnout for our Singles Club Championship this
year with 68 participants. Members were able to watch some incredible

Here are the final results:

Men’s Open Men’s A

Winner: Britt Visser Winner: Bryan Plumlee

Finalist: Charles Einwick Finalist: Adam Long

Men’s B Men’s Senior Women’s Open Women’sA Women’s B
Finalist: John Gill Winner: Pat Devine Finalist: Debby Levi
Winner: Rhyan Finch Winner: Bekki Jucksch Winner:Megan Haynsworth Finalist: Aden Murray
Richard Doummar Finalist:Beth Skolnick Winner: Whitney Ingram

Junior Singles Club Championship | August 11-13, 2015

Congratulations to these Junior Singles Club Championship participants!

Boy’s 18’s Boy’s 14’s Boy’s 12’s Girl’s 14’s
Winner: Andrew Roberts Finalist: Sam Stacy Finalist: Taylor Fox Finalist: Charlotte Brown
Finalist: Ryan Charles Winner: Aiden Feigenbaum Winner: Graham Brown
Winner: Fiona Clunan

Not pictured:

Boy’s 10’s | Winner: Mac Wilson; Finalist: Jackson Perkins
Girl’s 12’s | Winner: Emma Hugo; Finalist: Emmaline Prodan

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From the Courts

USTA Tennis

Aside from our tennis members both junior and adult being very active here at
the club, many also participate in USTA leagues on weekdays, weeknights and
weekends too. If they are successful during the season, their team can advance
to Districts, Sectionals and Nationals.There are leagues for both juniors and
adults. We have a long history here at PACC of having many teams to play on
especially junior teams, where we boast the highest output of any club in our
region public or private.Thank you to the members from The Princess Anne
Country Club that have taken on leadership roles to captain one of our teams!
Below are Spring and Summer league teams that our members have captained: USTA Junior League

Junior Team Tennis Adult Team Tennis

• U10 Intermediate “Flaming Balls of Victory” captained by • 3.0 Women’s – Captained by Bonnie Green (made it to Districts)
Randy Nordstrom • 3.5 Women’s – Captained by Nicole Legum
• 4.0 Women’s – Captained by Sheridan Conley
• U12 Intermediate “Got Racket?” Co-Captained by Julie Sill • 4.0 Men’s – Captained by Stuart Goldwag
and Joanna Duerden • 4.5 Men’s – Captained by John Feigenbaum (finished 2nd in

• U14 Intermediate “Tiger Sharks” Captained by Martin Bezada Virginia Beach)
• U14 Intermediate “Smashers” Captained by Emery O’Connor • 6.5 Women’s Combo – Captained by Kristina Chastain
• U14 Advanced “Surfers” Captained by Brad Hobbs • 3.0 Women’s Singles – Captained by Emery O’Connor
• U18 Intermediate “Kicking Aces” Co-Captained by Bekki Jucksch • 4.0 Women’s Singles – Captained by Vinita Folck

and Meridith Brady

John’s Tip of the Month - Overheads

Think of how a quarterback takes a snap from the center at the line of scrimmage and
shuffles back, crossing one foot over the other until he’s distanced himself from the
encroaching defense enough to throw the ball downfield to the open receiver. He’s
holding the ball up around his ear, shoulders sideways and his eyes are looking forward.
This is exactly how you should move back for a lob that’s going to go over your head
and bounce behind you if you don’t get it.The only difference is that your non dominant
hand is extended up towards the ball as it descends upon you, your eyes are looking up
at it and your holding a racquet in your playing hand pointing upwards as well. Once
you’ve gotten yourself underneath the ball where you can see that it’s coming down into your open hand that’s extended,
you plant your feet and with a smooth overhand swing contact the ball at the highest point you can reach and aim it to the
open court.There’s no backswing like a serve. You simply go from ready position to
the “check mark” position in one smooth motion. Here are some do’s and don’ts on
the overhead:

1. Never hit an overhead running forward
2. Try using your feet to stay under the ball
3. Just like any other shot there is an offensive, neutral and defensive version of an

4. Let it bounce if: the lob is super high, it’s windy, it’s going to bounce well in

front of you or if your being blinded by the sun

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From the Courts

Summer Tennis Camp!

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FitnessLifestyles & Fitness

Andrea Pettay - Your New Director of Fitness & Wellness!

Since well before completing her Physical Fitness Specialist & Personal Training
Certification at the respected Cooper Institute in 2002, Andrea has been an
avid student of all things Health and Wellness, reading everything she could
in the areas of health, fitness, nutrition and behavior science. Her experience
at the Cooper Institute inspired her to her core, motivating a deep interest the
role of food and exercise in preserving health and quality of life. She began a
full-time career in personal training and loved the satisfaction of observing the
steady change of health and physique in her clients, and the sense of pride and
accomplishment that these changes produced.The relationships she fostered
during these years of coaching have continued to nurture and inspire her. Andrea
transitioned to administrative work when her son (now a sweet and joyful
eight-year old) was younger, but has been ever the student, believing in the
importance of lifelong learning. She continued to strengthen her experience and
credentials through additional personal training, nutrition and neuromuscular facilitation (deep stretching) certifications, and
was mentored by two amazing fitness coaches. From the beginning of her full-time training career in 2002 to her most recent
leadership with the Team Wellness Program, training and instruction here at the Princess Anne, she has dedicated herself
to her passion, always finding ways to spread the wellness “gospel.” As a Member of The Princess Anne Family since 2010,
Andrea now looks forward to working with the Fitness, Golf,Tennis and other departments to create a positive, balanced and
well-rounded fitness, sports and wellness experience.

Andrea’s Certifications include: ACE Certified Personal Trainer; Cooper Institute Certified Physical Fitness Specialist;
Cooper Institute Nutrition for Health & Fitness Certification.

Meet Your Fitness Team


Anna Dudley Charles Kadwaza
CPR Certified Personal Trainer
Instructor: HIIT, Body Mechanics/Functional Fitness, Fit4Life
B.S. in Kinesiology, Cooper Institute Certified Personal Trainer

Lynnette Sanchez Laura Burckett-Picker
CPR Certified Personal Trainer
Instructor: Core & Conditioning
NASM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor

Sophia Schroeder Mallory Horbal
CPR Certified Personal Trainer
Instructor: TABATA, Fit4Life, Body Blast, Surfset
AFAA Certified Personal Trainer & Group Fitness Instructor

Ross Michaelian Todd Williams
CPR Certified Personal Trainer - TPI
B.S. in Exercise Science, Strength & Conditioning Specialist,
Titleist Performance & Tennis Perfomance Specialist

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Lifestyles & Fitness


Cindy Cullen-Huls Larissa Van Dyke
Yoga, Deep Water Aerobics Massage Therapist, Personal Trainer
Yax Yoga Concepts Certified Loi Kroh Advanced Traditional Thai Massage,
Korean Relaxation and Tok Sen Certified

Connie Weisburg Lisa Harrison
Pure Yoga, Yoga Infusion Massage Therapist
International Yoga Institute Yoga, Cayce-Reilly School of Massotherapy,
Tao Porchon Lynch Wechester Institute of Yoga Certified Reiki Master

Dwight Bostwick Contacting Your Fitness Team
757 Boxing Club, JMU Boxing Club Personal Trainers
Please call the Lifestyles Fitness Center to connect with a
Erin Konrad personal trainer. A specific trainer can be requested or we
Barre can help you find a trainer based on your current needs and
B.S. in Kinesiology, ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, goals.
AFAA Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Core Barre
Mary Ann Sykes A current class schedule and registration are available
Zumba online. Please call the Fitness Center for recommendations
Zumba and Zumba Toning Certified and information about specific classes or instructors.

Nancy Hicks Massage Therapists
Basic Yoga Massage Therapists can be contacted directly.The Lifestyles
International Yoga Institute Certified Center can provide you with further information and
Rebecca Siders
Tabata, Fit4Life Have you opted-in to receive
CrossFit Certified Fitness E-mails?

Don’t miss an update!
Follow the following steps:

Teri Twine • Log into your PACC Account
Tabata, Total Body • Choose “My Profile” from the Quick Links
Alloy Personal Training Solutions Certified • Scroll down to “Opt in Groups” on the

Whitney Lee right of your screen
Barre • Select “Fitness e-news group”
IFTA Group Fitness Instructor, Barre Certified • Click “Update Opt In Groups”
• Click “Save my Profile” at the bottom of

the screen

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