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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2018-12-24 11:48:22

2019 January/February Princess Anne Living

2019 January/February PACC Newsletter

PrincesLs AivninngeJANUARY|FEBRUARY2019

PrincesLsAivninngeJANUARY|FEBRUARY| 2019 Table of Contents

Frequently Used Numbers Message from the President...............................................................2
Welcome New Team Members.........................................................2
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 Welcome New Members...................................................................3
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Operations Team Awards for Excellence..........................................5
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 Membership Matters.........................................................................6
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Dining Calendar.................................................................................8
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 Social and Dining...............................................................................9
The Golden Rules...............................................................................18
Operations Team From the Links...................................................................................20
From the Courts.................................................................................22
McCall Andy Denise Johnson Lifestyles & Fitness............................................................................27
440-3101 440-3113 November - December Calendar......................................................33
Director of Catering Human Resources &
& Special Events Accounting Manager Executive Committee

[email protected] [email protected]

Geoff Benson Steve Layden Jonathan L.Thornton President
428-4141 ext: 322 440-3105 Christopher J. Fanney Vice President
Executive Chef Restaurant Manager Leslie R. Watson Secretary
Patrick L. Shuler Treasurer
[email protected] [email protected]
Board of Directors
Matt Boyce Matt Liebler
440-3119 440-3109 William S. Braithwaite, III John Mazach Chris Pridgen
Director of Golf Course Head PGA Golf Professional David C. Burton Joshua Parnell Douglas Russell
Maintenance and Anne Harvard Hooper Chris Perry Monica Stein
Club Grounds [email protected] Bekki Jucksch John E. Perry Samuel E. Steingold

[email protected] Taylor Nelson Committee Chairpersons
Kristen Bunting Youth Programs Manager Entertainment ................................. Monica Stein
440-3111 Finance............................................. Pat Shuler
Director of Marketing & [email protected] Fitness.............................................. Trey Braithwaite
Communications Golf .................................................. David Burton
Andrea Pettay Green ............................................... John Perry
[email protected] 440-3103 House ............................................... John Mazach
Director of Fitness Long Range Strategic Planning........ Gary Beck | John Gibson
Mardy Colling & Wellness Membership ..................................... Doug Russell
440-3106 Pool .................................................. Chris Pridgen
Breakers Manager [email protected] Rules ................................................ Ran Randolph Jr.
Tennis .............................................. Bekki Jucksch
[email protected] Emily Rehmert Youth Involvement ........................... Anne Harvard Hooper
428-4141 ext: 340
John Fraser Banquet Manager SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
440-3117 Wine Committee............................... Gray Randolph
Director of Tennis [email protected] Historical Preservation .................... Sandra Baylor
Membership I.D. .............................. Susan Pender
[email protected] Paul Rosario Tradition ......................................... Andy Dickinson
440-3114 Building ........................................... Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
Jennifer Garrott Purchasing Director
Membership Director [email protected]

[email protected] Bill Shonk
Cathie Havrilesky General Manager
Controller [email protected]

[email protected] Brian Triolet
Mike Helms Aquatics Director
Clubhouse Manager [email protected]

[email protected]

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Message from the President

We hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday season and that your 2019 is off to a successful start.
Our holiday celebrations at the Princess Anne were, as always, full of warmth, good cheer and family.
The Thanksgiving brunch, Traditional Christmas gatherings, Santa Fest and almost New Year’s party
again exceeded expectations in terms of attendance and member satisfaction. Congratulations to Bill
Shonk, Chef Geoff and our entire Operations Team for making all of these holidays so memorable for
our PACC families.

2019 will usher in an exciting transformation to the Princess Anne. We have been working with the
Baskervill design team and our contractor, Clancy & Theys, to finalize and execute the plans for the
Chesapeake “warm up.” We are cautiously optimistic that the February start date will be met (and you
may well be hearing the familiar sounds of construction as you read this message) and that this exciting
new venue will be open by the spring. We will all, of course, have to endure what we hope will be only
mild disruption in this area of the Club, but remain confident that any inconvenience will be minimized and well worth it
when we experience the final product. Our Building Committee continues to evaluate the next phase of PACC’s Master
Plan. Stay tuned for more information on future projects as your Board carefully considers and shares its vision regarding
the feasibility, phasing and financing of upcoming enhancements to our Club.

In closing, I again want to wish everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous new
year. Although it may now be cold, gray and rainy at times, we can and should all
enjoy the special refuge and friendships here at the Princess Anne. See you around
the Club!

Best wishes, Introducing Riggins Thornton,
the newest member of the PACC

family. He will serve as a
greeter at the Club on half-price

wine and martini nights!

Welcome New Team Members

Taylor Nelson, Youth Programs Manager
If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting him yet, we are excited to introduce Taylor Nelson, our new youth
programs manager. Taylor graduated from Old Dominion University in 2017 with a degree in sports management
and has spent the past few years working in programming and event management with many different organizations
to include The Special Olympics of Virginia, Norfolk Academy and Trinity Church. Taylor looks forward to using
his experience to enhance the youth programming here at Princess Anne and to create new, exciting opportunities
for our children of all ages.

Chef Derek Thompson
Originally from Lima, Ohio, Derek has over 11 years of cooking experience. For the past eight years he has worked
in some of Hampton Roads finest restaurants, including most recently Press Wine Bar. He is excited to bring what
he has learned thoughout his career to the Princess Anne County Club family.

Derek’s cooking inspiration is comfort food with a modern twist. He and his wife live in Portsmouth and he enjoys
playing guitar when he’s not creating delicious dishes in the kitchen.

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WelcomeWelcome New Members

Scott, Amanda & Brandt Baxter

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Bruce Baxter

Scott is a Virginia Beach local and grew up at the PACC where, as a junior, he
spent countless hours on the tennis court. After playing Division I college tennis
and graduating from the University of Maryland, Scott worked as a tennis coach
at a country club in Washington, DC where he met Amanda, a University of
South Carolina graduate originally from Warsaw, Indiana.The couple moved
back to Virginia Beach in 2011. Scott is the CEO & Founder of PlayYourCourt,

the world’s biggest tennis lesson provider and Amanda is a school teacher in the
Virginia Beach Public School System.The Baxter’s are an active, outdoorsy couple
and enjoy tennis, snowboarding, boating, surfing and working out.Their new
addition, Brandt, is 4 months old and they’re excited for him to have the same
wonderful PACC experience that Scott did growing up.

Meredith, Chase, Charlie & Baby Huffman (on the way)

Resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: Mark Bundy

Meredith grew up in Virginia Beach and thoroughly enjoyed riding her bike to the
Princess Anne and spending time at the pool. She also enjoyed playing tennis here and
being on the swim team as a young girl. She and her husband, Chase, met in college
at James Madison University. Meredith graduated from the EVMS MPA program in
2012 and now works as a PA at Coastal Dermatology in Virginia Beach. She enjoys
oil painting in her free time. Chase is a member of the Virginia Pilot Association and
enjoys working as a harbor pilot on the water.The couple has a 3 year old son, Charlie,
and also a Boston terrier named Truman.They are eagerly expecting their second son in
January. As a family they enjoy boating, fishing, hunting, gardening and traveling.They
cannot wait to continue the PACC tradition with their expanding family!

Elizabeth McLaughlin
& Philip McCarthy

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Gara Parsons

Liz and Phil are residents of Johns Island, Vero Beach, FL and enjoy summers at their home
in Sedgwick, ME.They recently purchased a home in Linkhorn Park to be closer to family
(Liz’s daughter and son-in-law, Gara and Woody Parsons are also PACC members). Both
Liz and Phil are former members of the Princess Anne. Liz’s late parents, Jim and Eleanor
Gara, were members since the 1940s. Liz graduated from Marymount College. Phil is a graduate
of Cornell University and Cornell Law School and is a former naval officer. He is a member of both the Virginia and New York Bar.
Phil is involved as a co-founder and director of a biotech company searching for a cure for Alzheimer’s based on technology developed
at the Taub Institute of the Columbia University Medical School. Both enjoy their respective grandchildren, traveling and gardening
while Phil also enjoys playing golf, tennis and boating.They look forward to spending time in Virginia Beach and making memories
with their family at the PACC.
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Welcome New Members

Dr. John, Dr. Rebecca, Johnny, Andrew,
Matthew & Mary Kate McGuigan

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: John Peterson

The McGuigan family recently moved into the Cavalier residences when
John accepted a position with Sentara Medical Group, where he serves as
an orthopedic hand surgeon. Rebecca is also a physician, specializing in
wound care. Residing previously in Newport News, they were members of
James River Country Club.They have four children; Johnny (14), Andrew
(12) Matthew (10) and Mary Kate (7), all of whom attend St. Gregory
the Great Catholic School.The McGuigans enjoy tennis, golf, swimming
and going to the beach. John enjoys cycling and has finished many half-
Ironman races as well as a full Ironman. Rebecca is a former collegiate
tennis player for the US Military Academy at West Point.The entire
family is looking forward to enjoying the Club frequently.

Aileen, Paul, Ava, Ethan, Audrey
& Amanda Merullo

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: George Shipp

The Merullo family resides in Heritage Park. Aileen and Paul both
attended Old Dominion University. Paul also attended William
& Mary School of Law and now serves as a judge in the General
District Court of Virginia Beach. Aileen is a stay-at-home mother
and manages the busy schedules of their three children; Ava (12),
Ethan (11) and Audrey (7). Paul’s oldest daughter Amanda (24)
is currently pursuing her education degree at Old Dominion
University. Ava is a devoted dancer, studying at Denise Wall’s
Dance Energy since age three. She and Ethan are very active with
Operation Smile, often volunteering at their headquarters. Ava, Ethan and Audrey all study classical piano and are members
of the National Guild. Aileen and Paul are foodies at heart and enjoy incorporating their love for food into their travel, having
enjoyed the cuisine in Barcelona, Paris, Hong Kong and Las Vegas, just to name a few.They also enjoy wine and beer tastings
locally and abroad.They are Peloton fitness enthusiasts, often traveling to New York City to participate in live classes at the
Peloton studios.They look forward to enjoying the social opportunities at the PACC as well as participating in golf and tennis
lessons, socializing at the pool and making new friends.

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WelcomeWelcome New Members

Tom Lewis & Sarah Martin

Non-Resident Dining Members
Primary Sponsor: Tom Broyles
Tom and Sarah spend most of their time in Maine during the summer and
Colorado/New Orleans during the winter.They enjoy visiting Virginia Beach
throughout the year to spend time with Sarah’s mother (and former PACC
member), Carol Guy.Tom and Sarah are both retired.Tom enjoys playing golf

and fly fishing while Sarah enjoys tennis and swimming.Together they enjoy
sailing and riding in the New Orleans Mardi Gras parade as members of the
Krewe of Orpheus.Tom also volunteers at WWOZ, New Orleans’ classic jazz-
based home grown radio station.They are excited to get involved at the PACC.

Doug & Elizabeth Quarles

Non-Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: William Quarles
Doug and Betsy are permanent residents of Fredericksburg, VA but enjoy
spending time at their new beach home on 44th street. Doug retired from
Quarles Petroleum and continues to serve on the Board of Directors as
an owner. He enjoys playing golf! Betsy (McIntyre) who graduated from
Norfolk Academy looks forward to being back at the beach.They have two
married children, Lacy and Doug IV, who live in Richmond.

Daniel Staton Pruitt

Resident Comprehensive Member
Primary Sponsor: Captain Kevin McLaughlin
Staton recently relocated to Virginia Beach from Mississippi when he was stationed
at NAS Oceana as a Navy pilot. Originally from South Carolina, he played on the
golf team at the US Naval Academy before beginning his military career.

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MembershipMembership Matters

Setting Our Sights (and Goals) High for 2019

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

This year’s membership goal is 35 new members and $275,000 in
initiation fee revenue.

As of November 30, 2018, we’ve welcomed six new members and received $41,821 in
initiation fee revenue. We’re off to a great start!

We’ve incorporated some fun into our goals this year. You’ll see our membership leaderboard
below. Is your name included? If not, you’re missing out on fun, prizes and CASH. All you have
to do is sponsor or endorse the application of a new member.

A member receives three points for each new member they sponsor and one point for each application in
which they serve as a secondary endorser. The member with the most points as of September 30, 2019 wins
a four-course wine dinner for eight people courtesy of the Princess Anne.

For each new member you sponsor, you’ll receive a FREE MONTH’S DUES. For each application you endorse, you receive a
complimentary meal at the PACC (excludes alcohol).


Bruce Baxter

John Peterson
Gara Parsons

George Shipp Stephen Houfek
Kevin McLaughlin C.T. Kampfmueller
Neil Brown Lance Enderson
Travis Bode Carolyn Myrick
Helen Roberts Bobby Beasley, III


A member recieves three points for each new member they sponsor and one point for each application in which they serve as a secondary endorser.
The member with the most points as of September 30, 2019 wins a four-course wine dinner for eight people courtesy of the Princess Anne.
DON’T FORGET l For each new member you sponsor, you’ll receive a FREE MONTH’S DUES. For each application you endorse, you recieve a complimentary meal at the PACC (excludes alcohol).
BONUS l Land your name on the leaderboard and you’re entered to win a special prize to be given away at our quarterly membership mixer. Must be present to win.

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201 8 Operations Team Awards for Excellence

Sabine Elbe
Monica Au
Chris Speaker Jonathan Mang
Luis Fonseca

Ashlie Gran Elijah Maupin
Ryan Keilholtz Trina Farrell

Personal Attention Consistently Captivating
Mike Oatis
Charles Kawadza
Rick Moyer IRON MAN

Darleen Sumner
Efrain Perez

Alyssa Fitzgibbons


Mike Conley
Mary Fay

Codie Tester

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DINING Social & DiningEnjoy dinner specials every Tuesday - Saturday!

Weekly Special Features Breakers


Clubhouse l Dinner Specials Dinner: 4:00 - 10:00 pm


Clubhouse | Family Night Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Wine Night
Breakers | Taco Night Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Brunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
THURSDAY Lunch/Dinner: 2:00 - 8:00 pm

Clubhouse | Chicken and Beer Night Social/Dining Events

WEDNESDAY - SUNDAY TUE 1/01 Hair of the Dog New Year’s Brunch
FRI 1/04 Happy Hour with Live Music
Breakers | Chef’s Specials TUE 1/08 Trivia Night
SAT 1/12 Chili Cook-off at Breakers
Chesapeake & Linkhorn SAT 1/19 Anarchist Wine Dinner
SAT 1/25 Prime Rib / Bingo Night at Breakers
FRI 2/01 Happy Hour with Live Music
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm SAT 2/02 Super Bowl Platters Order Deadline
Dinner: 6:00 - 9:00 pm TUE 2/05 Trivia Night
FRI 2/08 Father & Daughter Dance
FRIDAY/SATURDAY WED 2/14 Valentine’s Day Dinner | HM Johnson Band
WED 2/15 Gourmet Tapas Night with Chef Thompson
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm SAT 2/16 California Dreaming Wine Tasting
Dinner: 6:00 - 10:00 pm THU 2/28 Greek Wine Class

SUNDAY FRI 3/01 Happy Hour with Live Music / Linkhorn Lounge
Brunch: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm


TUESDAY - FRIDAY | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

TUESDAY - SUNDAY | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Make your reservations through our mobile app, the website or by calling the front desk at 428-4141.

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2019 8

DiningSocial & Dining



Tuesday-Thursday | 5:30-7:30 pm LIVE ENTERTAINMENT | 5:30-7:30 PM

$2.25 Domestic Beers JANUARY 4 | TINIS & TAPAS
$3.35 House Liquors Half Price Martinis & Tapas specials.
$3.50 Import Beers Entertainment | Lewis McGehee
$3.95 House Wines

Tuesday all night: FEBRUARY 1 | SOMMELIER NIGHT

Martini Night – House martinis $5 | Specialty martinis $7 High-end bottles of wine offered by the glass
or by small tastings. (Special bottle/case prices
available this night only)

Wednesday all night: Entertainment | Brett Williams
½ Price Wine Night (up to $100/bottle)
Featuring $5 crush drink specials

Entertainment | Bob Linsly from 6:00 - 10:00 pm

Thursday all night: Linkhorn Lounge Live

½ off all Craft Bottles and Drafts


Enjoy games for the kids and children eat free
with purchase of any adult entrée.

1/2 Price Bottles of Wine.

Valid for bottles under $100.
Not valid on House wine. Dine-in only.

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Social & Dining

All chili contestants attend the event for free! CAN YOU TAKE THE HEAT?

Bring your favorite prepared chili with its recipe
and be judged by a distinguished, local food

critic and your peers!

CHILI~ 5th Annual ~ • Enjoy multiple chili samples, cornbread and
drink specials

• Heated tent, live entertainment and Jack Daniels

• Prizes will be awarded to Fan Favorite and Critic’s

wilCl hrieliign

Sat., Jan. 12 | Breakers | $10

5:00 - 7:00 PM

Ch&NicBikgeheenrt TRIVIA TUESDAYS!

Every Thursday Hosted by Ryan Smith of the golf operations team, teams will
IN THE CLUBHOUSE answer rigorous questions in four rounds to compete for bragging
rights and food and beverage-related prizes. All participating
teams will receive discounts on alcohol for the duration of the

HOT fried chicken
& COLD beer!

Dinner includes house salad and Come LINKHORN LOUNGE
traditional southern sides for $13.95++ show 7:00 - 9:00 PM
off your
enjoy HALF-PRICE smarts and
beer specials! join us for a
good time!

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2019 10

Social & Dining

ANARCHIST Wine Dinner We embrace
individuals and
events that move and
shape the trajectory
of human history.
The art on each
bottle presents a
graphic expression of
consequence against
the landscape of the

status quo.

Reception | 6:00 - 6:30 pm u Dinner served | 6:30 pm u Price | $75++

Featuring exquisite pairings by Chef Benson.
Reservations are required, seating is limited to 60. Jackets are required.

Thanks to your Wine Committee Chair Gray Randolph, we are able to present Associate Winemaker Stu Ake
and Vintner Philip Von Burg for the Virginia launch of “The Anarchist” wine brand out of Napa Valley! Join us

for a four course and dessert wine experience that will illuminate the masterful art of blending.

The Anarchist White Blend, 2016

CAPE SCALLOP SALAD | House cured duck prosciutto, crisp apple, apple gastrique
Rosé Against the Machine Rosé, 2017

PORT BRAISED PORK BELLY | Roasted pear, savory blackberry jam

The Philosopher Red Blend, 2013 | Conspiracy Theory Red Blend, 2013
ROASTED VENISON LOIN | Winter spice, gnocchi gratin, smoked vanilla demi-glace
HOUSE DRY-AGED STRIP STEAK | Warm asparagus salad, crisp ham, grated egg, champagne vinaigrette

LEMON CRÈME BRULEE | Ginger-lemon pound cake, chocolate ganache

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Social & Dining

TIP Various platter
INTRO TO TO-GO! options are
BALLET available.
PARTY • Wings
• Roasted
veggie platter

WHO | 3-5 year olds • Deviled eggs

WHEN | Mondays • Ham biscuits
5:00 – 5:45 pm & more!

WHERE | Seapines Room Call 757-961-2884
PRICE | $195 per student or email [email protected]

for the 8 week course Place your orders by February 2 to pick up on
February 3!

Classes begin Monday,
January 21 and end with
our final class and in-class
performance for family on

Monday, March 11.




Prime Rib Special | 5:00 - 10:00 pm

Bingo starts at 7:30 pm. | $1.00 per sheet.

All proceeds of each sheet
go to the winner!

$16.99++ 7:30 PM

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2019 12

Social & Dining

Attire: Coat & Tie for Gentlemen

and Dresses for Ladies

DANCE 2019 ~ MENU ~
Finger Sandwiches d Sliders
Friday, Chicken Fingers d Fruit Kabobs
February 8
Pasta Salad
An enchanted evening for you and Ice Cream Sundae Bar
the special princess in your life!
Bring out your daughters to attend $25++ per In the Ballroom
a magical night of dinner, music, Father & Daughter Pair 6:00 - 8:00 pm
dancing and fun.
($10++ for each
additional Daughter)

VALENTINE’S DINNER Live Entertainment
by the HM Johnson Band
6:00 - 9:00 PM | $50++ PER PERSON



Grilled Endive “Caesar” Salad
Crisp romaine, brown butter croutons, fresh parmesan cheese,
lemon-anchovy dressing


Chipotle Glazed Rockfish
Creamy avocado purée, roasted potato and mushroom fricassee


Chestnut-Chocolate Torte
Roasted orange coulis, candied oranges

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Social & Dining

Come meet
Chef Derek Thompson!

One night A special menu
only! of assorted

À la carte. chef-created Tapas
created by our new

Breakers Chef,
Derek Thompson.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 | 5:00 - 9:00 PM

California GREEK

wines need no 6:30 PM | PRICING: $25++
Saturday, February 16
5:30 - 7:30 pm introduction Hosted by Hank Foiles of the Country Vintner
at the Princess
Greg Zimpel Anne. Join us for A country that has been making wine for
of Z Wine Guys a chance to try more than 6,000 years, Greek wines are
wines that are notoriously food-friendly and inherently
High end tastings both familiar and elegant. Learn about the misunderstood
from California wines of Greece and why they are a growing
unfamiliar. favorite among sommeliers.

Complimentary for Wine Society Members!

Princess Anne Living | January/February 2019 14

The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

New Changes to the Rules of Golf Please visit the USGA website

For the next few Golden Rules we will ( to see examples

focus on the 2019 Major Changes to the and videos of the new rules.
Rules of Golf that are now in effect.These

rules are streamlined, easier to understand,

less penalizing and should have a positive Also, please email any questions to
impact on the game of golf and the pace of

play. Please pick up a new Rules book from [email protected]
the pro shop and visit the USGA website for more



When a player touches the line of putt or touches the putting New rule: No penalty, so long as doing so does not
green in pointing out a target improve the conditions for the player’s stroke.

When a player moves loose impediments, touches the ground New rule: No penalty.
with hand or club or grounds the club in a penalty area

When a player moves or touches a loose impediment in a bunker New rule: No penalty.

When playing out of turn in stroke play New rule: No penalty (as of today) and “ready golf”
When a player accidentally hits the ball more than one time is encouraged when it can be done in a safe and
during a stroke responsible way.
New rule: No penalty. And the ball must be

When a player accidentally moves his or her ball during search New rule: No penalty. And the ball must be

When a player accidentally moves his or her ball or ball-marker on New rule: No penalty.
the putting green

When repairing damage on the putting green New rule: A player may repair almost any damage
Putting with an unattended flagstick left in the hole (including spike marks and animal damage but not
including natural imperfections) on the putting
New rule: No penalty if a ball played from
the putting green (or anywhere else) hits the
unattended flagstick in hole.

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“What if a player hits the wrong ball out of a bunker, is he penalized?”

Major Change: Time for search before a ball is lost Reasons for Change:
REDUCED SEARCH TIME FOR A LOST BALL • Because putting greens are specially prepared for playing the ball
along the ground, the Rules allow the player to do things on the
green that are not allowed anywhere else:
• The player may mark, lift and clean a ball on the green at any

time, remove sand and loose soil on the green and repair old
hole plugs and ball-marks on the green.
• Given this philosophy of allowing players to try to have a
smooth surface for rolling the ball, there is no conceptual
reason for prohibiting repair of other types of damage
(whether made by players, animals, maintenance staff, etc.).

2019 Rule: Under Rule 18.2, the time for a ball search (before the Major Change: Touching loose impediments or ground
ball becomes lost) will be reduced from 5 minutes to 3 minutes. in a penalty area

Reasons for Change: Limiting the search period to 3 minutes is TOUCHING LOOSE IMPEDIMENTS
more consistent with the underlying principle that golf is to be
played in a prompt and continuous way, without long pauses in

In most cases, if the ball is going to be found, it will be found
within the first 3 minutes.

Although this change may increase the number of lost balls, on
average the overall impact should be to speed up play.

Knowing that the search time is limited to 3 minutes should 2019 Rule: Under Rule 17:
encourage players to play a provisional ball when they believe • There will no longer be any special restrictions when a ball is
there is a chance their ball may not be found.
Major Change: Repairing damage on the putting green in a “penalty area” (the expanded designation for the area that
includes what are now called water hazards).
REPAIRING DAMAGE ON THE PUTTING GREEN • A player will be allowed to touch or move loose impediments
and touch the ground with hand or club (such as grounding
the club right behind the ball) for any reason, subject only to
the prohibition on improving conditions for the stroke (see
new Rule 8.1a).

2019 Rule: Rule 13.1c(2) allows repair of almost any damage on FOR A
the green: FREE SLEEVE
• “Damage on the putting green” will be defined to include
all types of damage (such as ball-marks, shoe damage,
indentations from a club or flagstick, animal damage, etc.), Submit by emailing us at [email protected]
except aeration holes, natural surface imperfections or natural Until next time, keep the questions coming!
wear of the hole. -The Mighty Rules Gurus

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GolfFrom the Links

The Green Jacket 2018 Golf Champions Men’s Member-Guest
McClanan Memorial Champion

Scott Ferros Skip Zobel & Jerry Flowers Mike Folck & Chris Watson
Men’s Club Champion Men’s Senior Champion Men’s Super Senior Champion

Chris Devine Mike Hays John Peterson
Parent-Child Champions Windholz Champion
Men’s Member-Member

Ben Temple & Robert Temple Louis & Andrew Jordan Hu Odom

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From the Links

2018 Golf Champions Men’s Shootout Husband & Wife
Champion Champions
Men’s Summer League

Michael Denk & Rob Frazier Chris Devine Genie & Hartwell Roper

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

Blake Heselius Carson Poulos Becca McKinney, Lou Watson,
Peggy Dunnington, Micki Campbell
Ladies’ Spring Shootout Ladies’ Fall Shootout
Champion Champion Ladies’ Club

Peggy Dunnington Jeanne Beck Babs Neff
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From the Links Ladies’ Challenge Match
2018 Golf Champions

Ladies’ Senior
Club Champion

Babs Neff Mary McNeal & Babs Neff
Spring Handicap Champion
Ladies’ Member-Member

Mary McNeal Donna Hicks & Sally Curry

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

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

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From the Links

2019 Golf Events Schedule

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


The Green Jacket Par 3 April 13

The Green Jacket April 14

Windholz Matches Begin April 18

McClanan Memorial April 19

Stroke Play Championship NEW! May 19 - 19

James G. Parker Member-Guest June 13 – 15

Men’s League begins (each Thursday) June 20

Men’s Triumvirate @ Cavalier July 31

Richard D. Cooke Men’s Club Championship August 9 – 11

Vincent G. Thomas Men’s Member-Member September 5 – 7

Capt. L.R. Vail Men’s Senior Club Championship October 18 – 20
and Super Senior Club Championship

President’s Cup October 25

Shootout December 7

Pop-Pop December 20


PALG Opening Play Day April 16

Joanne R. Neff Spring Handicap May 14 & 16

Martha Macklin Smith Member–Guest June 4 – 5

Ladies Member-Member July 23 - 24

Ladies Triumvirate @ PACC July 31

Louis H. Windholz Club Championship August 9 – 11

Eugene Lee Parker Women’s Senior Club October 18 - 20

Turkey Scramble November 19

PALG Christmas Luncheon December 10


Cross Country Winter Classic NEW! February 23

Spring Glow Ball May 3

Parent–Child July 28

Junior Club Championship August 10

Husband & Wife Championship September 29

Fall Glow Ball October 18

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From the Links

PASMGA Year In Review

The Princess Anne Senior Men’s Golf Association continues to provide an
opportunity each week for our male golfers with more experience to play golf and
grow friendships through the game. We averaged 38 players each Wednesday and
grew our base of players from 80 in 2017 to 87 different individuals this season.
We continue to seek new opportunities to play this wonderful game and did so this
past year through a trip to Bay Creek on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, while also
participating in Home and Home matches with our peers at Broad Bay and Cedar

Our 2018 Senior Cup Champion and PASMGA Player of the Year was Steve
Houfek. Steve was one of our most frequent players this past season and his strong
play helped him win the season points title.

All of the association’s success is attributed to the hard work and dedication of our
2018 board and officers: President Tuck Finley, Vice President Mickey Walker,
Secretary Jim Allen, Treasurer Charlie Greiner and Assistant Treasurer Jim Gregory.
Our officers included Steve Houfek, Vince Olivieri, Hill Ellett, Jim Wolcott and
Lee Entsminger. We would like to thank Tuck Finley for his two years of hard work
keeping the association running as President and look forward to a wonderful 2019
with the incoming PASMGA President Vince Olivieri.

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



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

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

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

Driving Range closes at 5:00 pm daily.

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From the Links

PALG Year in Review

Each Tuesday morning during the golf season our Princess Anne Lady Golfers (PALG) can
be found playing golf and having fun on our golf course.This year was no different, as it was
another terrific year for our ladies! From the Spring Cocktail Party to the Turkey Scramble
and everything in between, the PALG knows how to have a great time!

The 2018 season had a Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows themed Member-Guest which
was enjoyed very much by all.The last two seasons have been as successful as any in the past
under the leadership of PALG Chair Lou Watson. Lou is in the process of completing her
two-year term and we are so thankful for all of her hard work in continuing the PALG
legacy.Thank you Lou for all of your hard work and thank you to all our ladies for another
wonderful year!

Junior Golf Year in Review

The Princess Anne junior golf program had another great year, winning the Virginia Beach
Junior League and increasing the number of our junior golfers to 120!

The PACC Junior League team completed an undefeated championship campaign this
past Spring! PACC went 6-0 in the regular season, defeated Cavalier in the semi-finals, and
outlasted Bayville in the Championship with a score of 9.5-8.5. The team was captained by
Blake Heselius, Philip David, Alex Rai, Fin Worrall, Ellery Wetzler and Andersen Legum.

Our Spark/Future-36ers class, ages 3-6, had great participation with 43 kids completing
the program. These classes are designed to help kids learn the basics of golf with over-sized
plastic clubs and tennis balls, while working on hand-eye coordination and etiquette. We
look forward to watching them move into our Junior Golf Academy over the next few

The PACC Junior Golf Academy continues to flourish with 50 juniors learning under the
Operation 36 platform, striving to shoot 36 on nine holes. Our OP 36ers played over 325
rounds this year during our weekly matches! These rounds are played on a modified course
matched to each student’s personal skill level. We hope to continue improving each junior
and help them reach their goals.

2018 saw the debut of our Elite Junior Golf Program with six exceptional juniors
participating. These classes incorporate advanced education and various skill competitions,
which allow these players to become attuned to performing under pressure.

Our Junior Golf Camp is a week-long program designed to take junior golfers from the Through March 11!
putting green to the course in four days. This year we had a resurgence with three camps
and had 11 juniors in each class. This offering is wonderful for our out-of-town students or
those just looking to get their start in the game.

It was another great year for junior golf at the Princess Anne with Junior Golf Director,
Chris Speaker at the helm. Chris was supported by the other PACC Golf Professionals
Matt Liebler, Ryan Smith and Sarah Rausenberger. Thank you to all of our young golfers
and their parents for another great year!

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TennisFrom the Courts From the Links

Tennis Talk

Happy New Year everyone! We hope you enjoyed your holiday season and
that all who traveled made it home safely.

We trust you all had a wonderful holiday break and are ready to get back
on the courts. We have a lot of fun things for you to participate in this
year so please refer to our calendar for 2019 so you can be ready! If you
haven’t already signed up for the CHKD Winter Open Mixed Doubles
tournament, please do so as soon as possible.

Our junior tennis programs will start back up the second week in January. PARENT’S MEETING
The first event of the New Year is a parent’s meeting on Friday, January 4
at 6:00 pm for all members who have or would like to have kids in any of FRIDAY, JANUARY 4 | 6:00 PM
our programs.This is a great opportunity for much needed parent/coach
interaction as well as an informatory seminar on all things related to kids LEARN THE PROGRAMS
and their tennis. We will explain the pathway we have created from Net MEET THE COACHES
Gen Red all the way to Elite Academy, awards we are going to be issuing
as well as getting into organized match-play, Junior Team Tennis, high
school tennis and tournament play. Our first tournament of the year is a 12
and under USTA Shootout on Saturday, January 12. It is a one-day green
dot event for both boys and girls in the 12 and under division.

High School Tennis News

Private school tennis for girls takes place in the fall and we have had quite a few of our young ladies making serious
waves. Norfolk Christian Academy coached by our own Brad Hobbs won the school’s first state championship by a
fairly dominant score of 5-2.Two of Brad’s three daughters were on the team, Virginia and Catherine. Virginia went
undefeated in singles for the year 16-0 and 10-2 in doubles. Both Virginia and Catherine made all state along with Fiona
Clunan, another PACC junior playing for Cape Henry, who made all state in Division 2 as well. In Division 1, Norfolk
Academy coming off a state championship last year and after losing two of their seniors from their championship team,
still managed second place this year. One of our own Ingrid Benkovitz made all state playing in her senior year at the no.1
singles position for NA.

Bacardi 101 Tennis Social

We had our very first “Rush ‘n Crush” Social
which was based on a game we often play
during our cardio tennis classes except this time
we served Orange Crushes and had all our pros
feeding the game on six courts. Continuing on
that theme, we introduced a new cardio game
called 101 in the social, aptly called Bacardi
101, since we were serving rum drinks. We had four teams of four players and each were named after a rum drink.The 4
teams were the Daiquiris, the Pina Coladas, the Dark and Stormies and the Rum Runners.The game itself is very exciting
and, by nature, keeps things close until the very end. A great time was had by all and a huge congrats to the Daiquiris,
which was made up of Coach Arnold, Linda Powers, Kevin Fay and Greg Deaver, who went undefeated for the night.

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John’s Tip of the Month

Pusher (Defensive Baseliner)
A pusher is basically a player who “pushes”back any shot, returning the right
shot for whatever their opponent sends their way. The goal of this style of play
is not to hit winners, but to strategically outlast your opponent until they make
an unforced error. Pushers often have a lot of stamina, are very consistent and
rarely make errors. Pushers like to think of themselves as backboards, but with
a touch of psychological warfare, with the sole objective of returning all your
shots. Pushers can be very intimidating to play because you know they are not
going to beat themselves, you are going to have to do it.

Strategies used by pushers include:

• Staying at the baseline to return all of the opponent’s shots

• Using lots of top spin, sidespin, or backspin to counter the opponent’s

aggression, placing shots in disadvantageous locations that make it difficult

for the opponent to return

• Surprising their opponents by returning their hard shots

• Having lots of consistency to outlast the opponent Nikolay Davydenko – A great example of a
• Staying patient and mentally tough to get a point counter pusher

How to beat a pusher
If you try to hit a pusher off the court by hitting winners you will just make your day at the office a lot shorter and have
nothing but another L to show for it.That’s exactly what pushers want you to do.They want you to hit harder because
they know it will lead to more errors and more frustration. Here’s a smart strategy for beating a pusher:

• Be patient and wait for the right shot before putting it away
• Use wide serves to open up the court and then finish with either a volley or a big groundstroke
• Use angles on your groundstrokes/returns to create space to finish with either a volley or a big groundstroke
• Pushers typically only come to net to shake hands, so if you have a decent dropshot or a short angle slice to bring

them in then you can get the ball past them a lot easier
• Hit behind them a lot, especially on clay, because pushers usually recover very fast after a wide ball so rather than

hitting to the obvious open court, go to the side they are just recovering from.
• Put pressure on their 2nd serves by standing close to the service line and then hit deep penetrating returns and follow

to the net (I always tell my students that if you’re playing against a pusher and the point just ended and you and your
opponent are still standing on the baseline you just lost that point.) Again, making a strong case to get to net against a
pusher or even better bring them in.

Thanksgiving Day Cardio

Thank you again to everyone who came out to
enjoy one of our favorite traditions, the annual
Thanksgiving Cardio! As always it was very
well attended with 31 adults and 14 juniors.
Those who support it enjoy coming out to get
their workout in before the family feast!

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From the Courts

News: Did you know that Tennis just might just be the best thing you can do to
extend your life?

By Steven Salzberg ~ the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, and Biostatistics at Johns
Hopkins University.

A new study from Denmark, published just last week by Peter Schnohr and colleagues, shows that playing tennis may extend
your life by nearly 10 years.That’s a remarkably big benefit, one that even the study authors were surprised at.
It’s been well-established for a while now that exercise helps you live longer. For example, the Cardiovascular Health Study
found that people over the age of 75 can expect to gain 1 to 1.5 years of healthy living by being active rather than sedentary.
Others studies have looked at the effects of running or walking and found similar positive benefits.

The authors of the new study wanted to look at other sports activities, not just running. Using a large cohort of 20,000 healthy
people in the Copenhagen City Heart Study, they identified 8,577 who were in the study from the early 1990s until 2017 and
who met a variety of other criteria for inclusion.This gave them 25 years of followup, long enough to ask the question: how does
participation in sports affect life expectancy?

In particular, they looked at tennis, badminton, soccer, jogging, cycling, calisthenics, swimming, and health club activities (which

included treadmills, ellipticals, and weights). • Tennis: 9.7 years • Swimming: 3.4 years
The bottom line: compared to a sedentary lifestyle, playing tennis • Badminton: 6.2 years • Jogging: 3.2 years
extends one’s life expectancy by 9.7 years.The other sports all • Soccer: 4.7 years • Calisthenics: 3.1 years
provided benefits too, though tennis was the clear winner. Here’s a • Cycling: 3.7 years • Health club: 1.5 years

One possible reason for tennis, badminton, and soccer doing so well is that out of the 8 sports studied, these are the ones that
require two or more people and involve social interaction. As the authors explain, “Belonging to a group that meets regularly
promotes a sense of support, trust, and commonality, which has been shown to contribute to a sense of well-being and improved
long-term health.”

Or it might be that the type of exercise you get in tennis – short bursts of activity rather than slow, steady plodding exercise –
might be better for you.The authors noted that “short repeated intervals of higher intensity exercise appear to be superior to
continuous moderate intensity physical activity for improving health outcomes.”

So if you’re not doing it already, take up tennis! It’s easy to find clinics and teams at almost any level (in the U.S., that is), thanks

to the thousands of local clubs and to the huge network of USTA leagues, with play ranging from beginners on up, and age

groups up to 85 and even 90.
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From the Courts

2019 Tennis Calendar of Events

January Friday, January 4
Parents’ Meeting Saturday, January 12
USTA Boys and Girls 12s SuperSet Tournament
February Thursday, February 14
Valentine’s Cardio Saturday, February 16
CHKD Warm-Up Event Thursday, February 21 – Sunday, February 24
CHKD Mixed Open Doubles Tournament
March Saturday, March 16
St. Patrick’s Day Cardio
April Saturday, April 27
Virginia Cup (@PACC) Sunday, April 28
Fun Cup (@VBTCC)
May Saturday, May 4
Tidewater Cup (@PACC) Friday, May 3 – Friday, May 17
Men’s/Women’s Singles Club Championship
June TBA
Junior Singles Club Championship Friday, June 14 – Saturday, June 15
Anderson Cup (@NYCC) Friday, June 28 – Sunday, June 30
Member-Guest Doubles Tournament
August Saturday, August 24
Senior Tidewater Cup (@PACC) Friday, August 30 - Sunday, September 1
Member-Member Doubles Club Championship
September Saturday, September 7 – Sunday, September 8
Spindle Cup (@CCV)
October Friday, October 4 – Sunday, October 6
Member-Member Mixed Doubles Tournament Sunday, October 6
Junior Country Club Cup (Away - TBA) Saturday, October 12 – Sunday, October 13
USTA Junior Tournament
November Thursday, November 28
Thanksgiving Day Cardio Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 1
Thanksgiving Classic L5 USTA Tournament
December TBA
Holiday Tennis Camps

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Presents the

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19 | 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM


Here are some examples of what you’ll find:
• Anywhere bodyweight workout
• Mobility for golf, tennis and life
• Am I hungry? How to eat mindfully
• Strength training for seniors
• Rowing: The gym’s most underated workout


The more you attend, the greater your chances to win!


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Participate in as many challenges as you like between
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Lifestyles & Fitness

ASK THE FITNESS PRO | What one piece of advice would you give to someone
who has the goal of getting healthier this year?

Start small. One new, healthy habit Learn to fast. Fasting We all feel a little out of control over
at a time. Find an accountability will help to get rid of the holidays and are ready to go all-
partner to help keep you motivated bad habits, rejuvenate in with guns blazing come January.
towards the same or similar goals. your body and set you Take advantage of that motivation,
– Crissy on the way to more but realize that kind of intensity and
spiritual life. commitment is hard to sustain. It’s easy
Adding more vegetables – Larissa Van Dyke to get discouraged when life gets in
to your diet is a great way the way. Instead of over committing,
to eat healthy. You will be Consistency! If just starting or try instead to set your minimums.
surprised how delicious and getting back to fitness, take Eg. At minimum I will eat protein and
easy the change can be! one goal such as a 20 minute veggies with every meal and work out
–Sabine Elbe walk. Commit to 3 times a week for at least 30 minutes three times a
for 12 weeks. Once that has week. Pick something that you KNOW
become a habit add a new goal. you can sustain so that you will have
Keep it manageable. If weight a foundation of healthy habits to feel
loss is your main goal, commit good about when the going gets rough.
to keeping a food and exercise – Andrea

Get involved in more physically Hydrate! Make 8 oz. of water
active pursuits, making exercising be the first think you drink each
fun instead of something you morning.
dread. Remember, “Exercise is -Lisa
a celebration of what your body
can do, not a punishment for Small changes can make a huge impact. When waiting in line or sitting at
what you ate.” your desk or car, sit or stand tall, roll your shoulders up, back, and down.
– Charles Take a deep breath in and a long breath out. Doing this a few times a day
can really make your whole self feel better, mind, body and spirit.
29 Princess Anne Living | January/February 2019 – Cindy Cullen-Huls

Lifestyles & Fitness

Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things
while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin
with a single step.
-Lao Tzu

Need more advice on making 2019 your healthiest year yet? Come visit us in
the Fitness & Wellness Center. We can sit down with you and figure out the
best options for your schedule, fitness level and goals.

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Lifestyles & Fitness

Truths About Fat Loss & Weight Loss Priorities

By Mallory Horbal

Nutrition is the most important factor when considering weight loss. You can work out
like a crazy person, i.e. cardio, strength training, etc.; however you will not see the
fat loss you desire if your nutrition is not in check. Your focus needs to be on
your total daily calories concentrating on consuming whole foods. You
must make sure you are creating a caloric deficit, meaning burn more
calories than you consume. Whole foods include fresh vegetables
(preferably in season), lean proteins, healthy fats (preferably cold
pressed olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, and walnut oil), and
complex carbohydrates (legumes, whole grains and fiber rich
veggies). Processed foods should be eliminated completely and
sugar consumed on a limited basis. In order to preserve and
build muscle, you should consume a minimum 1 gram of lean
protein per 1 pound of lean body mass (the difference between
total body weight and body fat weight).

Lifting weights is a must to develop a lean physique! Weight training two to five times per week combined with eating
the correct amount of protein will allow you to maintain, even build, muscle. This ensures that your weight loss is mostly
fat loss. The best “bang for your buck” routines are HIIT workouts that use combination muscle movements. They allow
your heart rate to elevate, as well as, work “pushing or pulling” muscle groups. For optimal results,
pushing muscle groups (chest, triceps, shoulders, quads, obliques) and pulling muscle groups
(back, biceps, hamstrings, upper abs and lower abs) should be trained two times each week.

Lack of sleep and high stress play a major role in weight loss. Seven to nine hours of sleep each
night is optimal for recovery, not to mention regulating the hormones in control of hunger and
weight loss. Stress, too, plays a huge role in creating a leaner torso/waistline. Stress triggers the
production and release of cortisol. Cortisol, a steroid hormone, is linked to an increase in belly
fat and appetite. I encourage you to find methods that allow you to stay calm and be happy.

This should be your last component focus after all of the other priorities have been
addressed. Each person is unique in the plan that works to accomplish their
personal goals. Many are able to achieve their fat loss goals without
incorporating cardio. Often people experience an increase in
appetite, thereby eating more, when they add cardio to their
routine. Does performing cardio energize you or drain
you? How active are you throughout the day? These
are just a few questions to ask yourself when
considering “to cardio or not to cardio” and
how much and/or what type to include
in your routine. If you genuinely enjoy
cardio, then continue as it certainly
helps you address priority #3.

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Lifestyles & Fitness




Thai Yoga Massage is a technique that can help
relieve the body of years of tension and stress by opening tight
joints, lengthening muscles and providing a deep sense of
well-being and relaxation.

In this workshop, you and your partner will learn a
sequence of stress-releasing stretches, assisted yoga
poses and rhythmic deep tissue massage. Thai Yoga is
“like having yoga done to you, all the benefits without
the effort.”

Combined with mindful breath and meditation, you
will leave this unique experience feeling relaxed,
energized and more balanced. Bring a friend,
spouse or yoga buddy or be paired up
when you arrive.

No experience
is necessary.


Join us for this fun, unique class!

A dance fitness class with vibrant
music combining interval low

impact movements. Begin and end
each class with a full body stretch.

Learn step-by-step choreographed
dance moves put to music. You will leave
with a fun dance routine & a great cardio

workout! Stretch and strengthen your
muscles while enjoying your favorite songs.

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January2019Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sSocial/Dining sHair of the s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
sGolf Dog New Year’s Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner
sTennis Brunch Tinis & Tapas Breakers
sAquatics sTaco Night Clubhouse
sFitness Linkhorn Lounge Breakers 5
sYouth sTennis Parents
1 2 3 Meeting

4 Tennis Center

sSunday Brunch sTrivia Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sUSTA Boys &
Clubhouse Linkhorn Lounge Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Girls 12s Super-
Set Tournament
sBreakfast/ sFamily Night sTaco Night Tennis Center
Lunch/Dinner Clubhouse Breakers
Breakers sChili Cook Off
7 8 9 10 Breakers
sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer 11 12sBreakfast/
sSunday Brunch Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner
Clubhouse Breakers
sTaco Night
sBreakfast/ Breakers sFitness Pro
Lunch/Dinner Open House
Breakers 14 15 16 17
sAnarchist Wine
13 Dinner Clubhouse


18 19Breakers

sSunday Brunch sMLK Day - sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sPrime Rib/Bingo sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Golf Course Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Breakers Dinner
sBreakfast/ sTaco Night Breakers
Lunch/Dinner sTip Toes Dance Breakers
Breakers Class Clubhouse sCardio Dance
for Seniors

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer
Clubhouse Class Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse

sBreakfast/ sTaco Night
Lunch/Dinner Breakers

27 28 29 30 31

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Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner
Sommelier Night Breakers

Clubhouse sSuper Bowl
Platters Deadline

1 2

sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sTrivia Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sFather & sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Class Clubhouse Linkhorn Lounge Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Daughter Dance Lunch/Dinner

sBreakfast/ sFamily Night sTaco Night Clubhouse Breakers
Lunch/Dinner Clubhouse Breakers

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sFamily Night sValentine’s sValentine’s Day sTapas Night with sCHKD Tennis
Clubhouse Class Clubhouse Clubhouse Tennis Cardio Dinner Clubhouse Chef Thompson Warm-up Event

sBreakfast/ sCandelight s1/2 Price Wine Breakers sCardio Dance
Lunch/Dinner Partner Thai Night Clubhouse for Seniors
Breakers Yoga Massage
10 11 12 sTaco Night Lunch/Dinner
Breakers Breakers

13 14 15 16sCalifornia

Wine Tasting

sSunday Brunch President’s Day~ sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sCHKD Mixed sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Golf Course is Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Doubles Open Dinner
Open Tennis Tournament Breakers
sBreakfast/ sTaco Night
Lunch/Dinner sTip Toes Dance Breakers Sun. 2/24 22 23
Breakers Class Clubhouse
sChicken & Beer
Night Clubhouse

17 18 19 20 21

sSunday Brunch sTip Toes Dance sFamily Night s1/2 Price Wine sGreek Wine sHappy Hour sBreakfast/Lunch/
Clubhouse Class Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Class Clubhouse w/live music Dinner

sBreakfast/ sTaco Night sChicken & Beer Clubhouse Breakers
Lunch/Dinner Breakers Night Clubhouse

24 25 26 27 28 12

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Princess Anne Country Club
3800 Pacific Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Winter Hours Hours

Chesapeake / Linkhorn Lounge Golf Pro Shop

Brunch Sunday 9 am - 2 pm November 5 - Spring 2018
Lunch Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 2 pm
Dinner Tuesday - Friday 6 pm - 9 pm Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range Tee Times
Dinner Saturday 6 pm - 10 pm
Mon Closed 9 am - 5 pm Course Closed

Tues - Fri 8 am - 5 pm 8 am - 5 pm Begin at 9 am

Men’s Lounge Sat & Sun 7 am - 5 pm 7 am - 5 pm Begin at 8 am

Lunch Tuesday - Sunday 11 am - 2 pm Tennis Pro Shop

(à la carte or buffet) Daily 8 am - 5 pm

Ladies’ Lounge Fitness Center

Lunch Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 2 pm

(à la carte or buffet) Daily 5 am - 10 pm

Breakers Kid’s Club 3800

Dinner Wednesday - Friday 4 pm - 10 pm Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 1:30 pm
(Babysitting is available for special events, as advertised.)
Breakfast Saturday & Sunday 8 am - 11 am

Lunch/Dinner Saturday 11 am - 10 pm

Brunch Sunday 11 am - 2 pm

Lunch/Dinner Sunday 2 pm - 8 pm

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