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Published by Princess Anne Country Club, 2019-03-01 15:35:00

2019 March/April Princess Anne Living

2019 March/April PACC Newsletter

PrincessAnne

LivingMARCH|APRIL2019

PrincessAnne Table of Contents

LivingMARCH|APRIL| 2019 Message from the President...............................................................2
Up-to-Date from the General Manager...........................................2
Frequently Used Numbers Welcome New Members...................................................................3
Membership Update..........................................................................5
Breakers 961-2884 Massage 536-5342 PACC Team Highlights....................................................................6
Clubhouse 428-4141 Pool 425-1117 Dining Calendar.................................................................................8
Fax 428-4423 Security 287-6982 Social and Dining...............................................................................9
Fitness 440-3102 Tennis 428-7803 Summer Youth Calendar...................................................................15
Golf 422-3360 Men’s Lg. 440-3112 From the Greens (Matt Boyce)...........................................................18
The Golden Rules...............................................................................19
Operations Team From the Links (Golf Pro Shop Team)................................................21
From the Courts ( John Fraser)...........................................................26
McCall Andy Denise Johnson Lifestyles & Fitness (Andrea Pettay)..................................................29
440-3101 440-3113 March - April Calendar.....................................................................33
Director of Catering HR & Accounting Manager
& Special Events Executive Committee
[email protected]
[email protected] Jonathan L.Thornton President
Steve Layden Christopher J. Fanney Vice President
Geoff Benson 440-3105 Leslie R. Watson Secretary
428-4141 ext: 322 Restaurant Manager Patrick L. Shuler Treasurer
Executive Chef
[email protected] Board of Directors
[email protected]
Matt Liebler William S. Braithwaite, III John Mazach Chris Pridgen
Matt Boyce 440-3109 Douglas Russell
440-3119 Head PGA Golf Professional David C. Burton Joshua Parnell Monica Stein
Director of Golf Course Samuel E. Steingold
Maintenance and [email protected] Anne Harvard Hooper Chris Perry
Club Grounds
Taylor Nelson Bekki Jucksch John E. Perry
[email protected] 428-4141
Youth Programs Manager Committee Chairpersons
Kristen Bunting
440-3111 [email protected] Entertainment ................................. Monica Stein
Director of Marketing & Finance............................................. Pat Shuler
Communications Andrea Pettay Fitness.............................................. Trey Braithwaite
440-3103 Golf .................................................. David Burton
[email protected] Director of Fitness Green ............................................... John Perry
& Wellness House ............................................... John Mazach
Mardy Colling Long Range Strategic Planning........ Gary Beck | John Gibson
440-3106 [email protected] Membership ..................................... Doug Russell
Assistant Manager – Food Pool .................................................. Chris Pridgen
& Beverage Operations Emily Rehmert Rules ................................................ Ran Randolph Jr.
and Breakers Manager 428-4141 ext: 340 Tennis .............................................. Bekki Jucksch
Banquet Manager Youth Involvement ........................... Anne Harvard Hooper
[email protected]
[email protected] SPECIAL COMMITTEES:
John Fraser Wine Committee............................... Gray Randolph
440-3117 Paul Rosario Historical Preservation .................... Sandra Baylor
Director of Tennis 440-3114 Membership I.D. .............................. Susan Pender
Purchasing Director Tradition ......................................... Andy Dickinson
[email protected] Building ........................................... Dippy Pender | Tim Stiffler | Jack Todd
[email protected]
Jennifer Garrott
440-3110 Bill Shonk
Assistant Manager – 440-3100
Clubhouse Operations General Manager
and Membership Director
[email protected]
[email protected]
Brian Triolet
Cathie Havrilesky 425-1117
440-3115 Aquatics Director
Controller
[email protected]
[email protected]
Courtney Whittemore
428-4141 ext: 313
Member Services Manager

[email protected]

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Message from the President

With the Polar Vortex and dark days of winter behind Stay up to date on The Chesapeake!
us, spring has arrived and changes are in the air at the Visit www.princessannecc.com,look for weekly
Princess Anne. We are underway with our renovations to emails and follow us on Facebook & Instagram.
The Chesapeake and are optimistic that the final touches
will be in place for an early summer opening. As with
any construction, there have been challenges for our
operational team to perform around this project and we
hope that the disruption to your enjoyment of our Club
has been minimal. Our Building Committee continues to study the
design concept and has obtained bids for our new and improved pool.
We will be presenting details of this project, along with enhancements to
our golf and tennis facilities, to our members this spring.

At the time of this writing,a special committee led by House Committee
Chair John Mazach has been involved in the search for a food and
beverage director to replace Mike Helms, who left our Princess Anne team in January. We are confident that our search committee
will fully vet and hire a talented, experienced leader for this critical position.

It is truly an exciting time in the life of the Princess Anne and all members of the Princess Anne team continue to strive for delivery
of a unique experience whenever you come for a visit. I hope to see you often in the (hopefully warm) months ahead!

All the best,

Jonathan L. Thornton

Up-to-Date from the General Manager

As we enter the spring season your operations team looks forward to implementing a wide array of exciting new
programs while enhancing longstanding traditions. This issue is packed with details and includes new or updated
events like the Masters Invitational Bash,Mother and Son Dance and Youth Movie Night on the Range.I encourage
you to take a moment now to populate your calendar and reserve your space for the fun!

The summer season will be here before we know it and the center spread in this 'Princess Anne Living' issue previews
summer youth activities. Our Youth Involvement Committee and Youth Programs Manager, Taylor Nelson have
worked strategically with our fitness, golf, swimming and tennis professionals to synergize and synchronize a wide
range of camps and programs. There have been numerous requests from Members inquiring if their grandchildren
can participate in our wonderful summer camps and the Committee has proactively addressed these requests with what we hope
will be deemed a “win-win” registration process. Please look inside this issue for details and attend the March 14th Youth Expo
to meet personally with Taylor and our professionals. As you have thoughts and questions about your Club please do not hesitate
to contact me at 440-3100 or via e-mail at [email protected]

See you at the Princess Anne!

William S. Shonk, CCM, CCE
General Manager

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WelcomeWelcome New Members

Buffy, Jason, Aaron & Georgia Barefoot

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Kyle Korte

Buffy and Jason are both Virginia Beach natives and graduates of Virginia Tech.
Buffy received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies as well as an MBA
and Jason received a Bachelor of Business Finance Degree. Buffy is President of
TowneBank Virginia Beach and Jason works for Virginia Beach City Public Schools.
They live in Sawn Pen Point and are parents to Aaron, a second year at UVA, and
Georgia, a senior at Princess Anne High School.The Barefoot family is actively
involved in the community – Buffy is Vice Chair of the Children’s Health System, a

member of the Downtown Circle of the King’s Daughters, on the YMCA of South
Hampton Roads Finance Committee and the Peninsula Metropolitan YMCA
Investment Committee. Jason volunteers with the Neptune Festival, of which Georgia was a 2018 Princess.The
Barefoots enjoy traveling and spending time on the water.The family looks forward to being in the fitness center, playing golf at the
PACC and eventually making their way back to the tennis courts.

Haley, Ryan, Georgia, Scarlett & McCoy Cool

Resident Comprehensive Members
Primary Sponsor: Kristina Chastain

Haley and Ryan are Virginia Beach natives. Haley received a B.S. Degree from James
Madison University and then a Master’s Degree from East Carolina University. Ryan
is a graduate of Virginia Tech and owns Double Barrell Medical as well as the Grand
Slam car wash chain. Haley is a stay-at-home mom of their three children, Georgia (5),
Scarlett (3) and McCoy (8M), and volunteers her time at Cape Henry Collegiate in
their older children’s classrooms. Haley also teaches fitness classes at Inlet Fitness and
has been a member of the CHKD Oceanfront Circle for the past four years. Haley and
Ryan look forward to being actively involved at the PACC, playing tennis and getting
their children involved with as many programs as possible.

Michele & David Dallman

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Christopher Fanney

Michele grew up at the North End and spent almost every day of her childhood at the
PACC playing tennis and swimming. She graduated from Davidson College, where she
played tennis, and the University of Richmond School of Law. She is an attorney with
Wilcox & Savage, P.C. in Norfolk. David is originally from Indiana and moved to Virginia
Beach after graduating from Purdue University. He is a civil engineer specializing in Land
Development at Kimley-Horn & Associates in Virginia Beach. David & Michele were
married at the PACC in 2015. As members, they look forward to playing tennis and golf,

using the fitness facility and enjoying the pool and social events.

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Welcome New Members

Ray, Kellie, Kaitlynn, Connor,
Caroline & Lily Gessner

Resident Dining Members
Sponsor: Chantel Ray Finch

Ray and Kellie are both Virginia Beach natives. Ray
graduated from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in Civil
Engineering and then received a Master’s Degree
in Civil Engineering from ODU. Kellie graduated
from East Carolina University with a B.A. in
Psychology.Together they own A Step in Time
Chimney & Roofing, the largest company of its
kind on the East Coast, where Ray is the CEO
and Kellie is the CFO.They have four children:
Kaitlynn (24), Connor (17), Caroline (13) and
Lily (11).They just built a house on 55th Street and also have a bungalow at the Cavalier
Residences. Ray and Kellie are very active in the community, as Ray has previously sponsored the Norfolk Admirals hockey
team, Live Nation concerts at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater and various musical productions at the Sandler Center for
the Performing Arts. Kellie was one of the 2018 participants in the Dancing with the Hampton Roads Celebrity Stars charity
fundraiser for the Sandler Center and was the winner of the "People's Choice Award." They look forward to being socially
active members at the PACC as they dine with their many friends.

Anna, Rhys, Alice & Rumsey James

Resident Comprehensive Members
Sponsor: Hillary Einwick

Anna and Rhys are both Richmond natives who moved to
Virginia Beach in May 2018. Anna currently serves as Senior
Vice President of Public Policy and Government Relations
for Sentara Healthcare. Anna attended Virginia Tech as an
undergraduate and then completed her MBA at VCU. Rhys
is a corporate and securities partner with Kaplan Voekler
Cunningham & Frank, a law firm based out of Richmond. Rhys
graduated from Washington & Lee, where he was a top tennis
player, and then from William & Mary Law School.They have
two children, Alice (6) and Rumsey (1) who they are certain
will enjoy growing up at the PACC. Rhys is an avid tennis
player and looks forward to getting out on the court with many
of the members he has met through local leagues and playing in the Virginia Cup. Rhys and Anna are also excited about
getting their young children involved in golf, tennis and swimming, as well as taking advantage of the club’s social and dining
amenities.

Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 4

MembershipMembership Update

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

As of January 31, 2019, we’ve welcomed eleven new members and we're
moving right along to our goal!

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

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

DON’T FORGET!
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).

Tennis Rule Update

In January, the Tennis Committee recommended a change in our rules (shown below in red) to allow non-members to
participate in our Men's and Women's League Matches without applying towards the six allowed visits per year. This
recommendation was recently voted into an official Club rule by your Board of Directors.

XIV. TENNIS PROGRAM
C. Men’s and Women’s League Matches. Non-member participation in the PACC Men’s and Women’s League matches

will not apply toward the six allowed visits.

MEMBERSHIP CHALLENGE LEADERBOARD

Bruce Baxter

Kris�na Chastain

Hillary Einwick

Christopher Fanney John Peterson
Chantel Ray Finch George Shipp
Kyle Korte Bobby Beasley, III
Kevin McLaughlin Travis Bode
Gara Parsons Dr. Neil Brown

Additional Members with 1 Point

Lorna Clark | Douglas Ellis | Lance Enderson | Jeff Gayle | Stephen Houfek | C.T. Kampfmueller l Michael McCabe, Jr. | Aileen Merullo l Carolyn Myrick l Virginia Rader l
Helen Roberts l Bradley Shoemaker l Patrick Shuler | Preston White l Robert Williams

CHALLENGE RULES

A member recieves three points for each new member they sponsor and one point for each applica�on in which they serve as a secondary endorser.

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TeamPACC Team Highlights

Welcome Courtney Whittemore,
Member Services Manager

We are so excited to welcome Courtney Whittemore to the Princess Anne family
as the newest member of our membership & marketing team.

A recent West Coast transplant, Courtney is a California native from beautiful
Orange County. She graduated from Chapman University (go Panthers!) with
a B.A. in Media & Communications and has a background in sales, customer
service and marketing. Courtney looks forward to assisting the members here so
that they may enjoy their time at PACC to the fullest!

Courtney lives in Virginia Beach with her husband Waller, and their fur babies
Della (black lab, 3 yrs.), Darla (mastiff, 8 yrs.) and Riley (grouchy house cat, 17 yrs.).

As the PACC’s Member Services Manager, Courtney’s primary role is to assist members with whatever needs they may
have. Courtney will also assist with membership reporting and correspondence, new member assimilation, prospective
member identification and follow-up, and marketing and communications. Please reach out to Courtney for the following:

• Updates to your member information (address, email, • Obtaining information for a prospective member.
phone, etc.). • Questions regarding your statement.
• To setup ACH payment information for your
• Changes to your member account (supplements,
membership type, dependent additions, etc.). statement.
• Adding or removing a locker/locker key replacements.
• Password information for the PACC website and
mobile app.

You can reach Courtney at [email protected] / 757-428-3131 ext. 313. Please stop by and say hello next
time you're at the Club!

COME

Celebrate

AT OUR HOUSE!

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

For your special spring or summer event
consultation, contact Ms. McCall Andy at
440-3101.

Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 6

PACC Team Highlights

PACC Takes the Plunge!

On Saturday, February 2nd, for the third year straight, a brave
group of our PACC Team members and friends jumped into the
freezing Atlantic to support the Special Olympics of Virginia! The
‘PACC Plungers’ not only helped by raising $6,638 of the festival’s
record-breaking $1.235 million, but they boldly ran into the ocean
in show of their support on a balmy 51o winter day.

The plunge is much more than just an icy dip in the water. Before
Special Olympics of Virginia provides year-round sports training, After
competition, leadership opportunities and health services to more
than 27,000 athletes of all abilities. They are helping to make the
world a better, healthier and more joyful place - one athlete, one
volunteer, one family member, one plunger at a time.

Congratulations to our PACC Team for their fundraising efforts
and bravery in support of this wonderful cause!

Kristen Bunting (Captain) Thomas Ellis
Hope Hartley-Bono Tamara Gardner
John Bowers Mike Helms
Dave Bunting Charles Kawadza
Airin Coffey Isabel Maizel
Allen Dobbs Andrea Pettay
Sabine Elbe Liz Vlajic

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DINING Enjoy dinner specials every Tuesday - Saturday!

WEEKLY SPECIAL FEATURES BREAKERS

TUESDAY - SATURDAY WEDNESDAY – FRIDAY
Clubhouse l Dinner Specials
Dinner: 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm
WEDNESDAY
SATURDAY
Clubhouse | 1/2 Price Wine Night
Breakers | Taco Night Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
Lunch/Dinner: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
THURSDAY
SUNDAY
Clubhouse | Chicken and Beer Night
Breakfast: 8:00 - 11:00 am
THURSDAY - SUNDAY Brunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Lunch/Dinner: 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Breakers | Chef’s Specials
SOCIAL / DINING EVENTS
LINKHORN
FRI 3/01 Happy Hour/Crush Bar/Bob Linsly
TUESDAY – THURSDAY TUE 3/05 Trivia Night
FRI 3/08 Prime Rib & Bingo Night at Breakers
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm THU 3/14 Youth Expo
Dinner: 6:00 - 9:00 pm SAT 3/16 Wine Tasting
SAT 3/16 St. Paddy’s Day Bash at Breakers
FRIDAY/SATURDAY THU 3/28 Marchesi Antinori Wine Dinner
FRI 3/29 Member Appreciation Mixer
Lunch: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dinner: 6:00 - 10:00 pm TUE 4/02 Trivia Night
FRI 4/05 Happy Hour/Tap Takeover/Marty Moore
SUNDAY THU 4/11 Wine Tasting With Bo Montgomery
FRI 4/12 Tapas Night at Breakers
Brunch: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm SAT 4/13 Easter Egg Decorating at Breakers
SUN 4/14 Masters Invitational Bash
LOUNGES SAT 4/20 Children’s Easter
SUN 4/21 Easter Brunch
LADIES THU 4/25 Daytime Speaker Series
TUE - FRI | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
MENS FRI 5/03 Happy Hour/Tequila Night/Brandon Bower
TUE - SUN | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm FRI 5/03 Mother & Son Dance
SAT 5/04 Kentucky Derby Party at Breakers

Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 8

Social & Dining WINE WEDNESDAY

HAPPY HOUR WEDNESDAYS
IN THE CLUBHOUSE
FIRST FRIDAY EACH MONTH HALF PRICE WINE BOTTLES
5:30 - 7:30 PM | CLUBHOUSE BOTTLES UNDER $100.
NOT VALID ON HOUSE WINE.
FEATURING LIVE MUSIC
MARCH 1 DINE-IN ONLY.

$5 CRUSH BAR | BOB LINSLY TACO NIGHT
APRIL 5
WEDNESDAYS AT BREAKERS
TAP TAKEOVER | MARTY MOORE $1.75 TACOS
MAY 3
MARGARITA SPECIALS
TEQUILA NIGHT
BRANDON BOWER CHICKEN
& BEER NIGHT
TRIVIA TUESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FIRST TUESDAY EACH MONTH IN THE CLUBHOUSE
MARCH 5 | APRIL 2
DINNER INCLUDES HOUSE
7:00 - 9:00 PM | CLUBHOUSE SALAD & TRADITIONAL SIDES
FEATURING RYAN SMITH
FOOD & DRINK PRIZES FOR $13.95++
DRINK SPECIALS

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Social & Dining

LINKHORN PRIME RIB &
LOUNGE LIVE BINGO NIGHT

6:00 - 10:00 PM | LOUNGE FRIDAY, MARCH 8
5:00 - 10:00 PM
FRIDAY, MARCH 1
LIVE MUSIC BY BOB LINSLY BINGO STARTS AT 7:30 PM

FRIDAY, MAY 5 PRIME RIB DINNER
LIVE MUSIC BY SPECIAL FOR $16.99++
BRANDON BOWER

WINE EVENTS

DAVID PHINNEY MARCHESI WILSON DANIELS
WINE TASTING ANTINORI WINE TASTING
WINE DINNER
SATURDAY, MARCH 16 THURSDAY, APRIL 11
5:30 - 7:30 PM THURSDAY, MARCH 28 5:30 - 7:30 PM
CLUBHOUSE 6:00 PM RECEPTION CLUBHOUSE

CULT WINES OF ORIN 6:30 PM DINNER FEATURING EXQUISITE
SWIFT AND LOCATIONS CLUBHOUSE ROSÉ SELECTIONS AND

Details on page 11 OUTDOOR FUN

Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 10

Social & Dining

MARCHESI ANTINORI YOUTH EXPO
WINE DINNER
THURSDAY, MARCH 14
THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | CLUBHOUSE 5:30 - 7:00 PM
RECEPTION 6:00 PM | DINNER 6:30 PM
REGISTER FOR 2019 SUMMER
$90++ CAMPS AND PROGRAMS
FUN KIDS' ACTIVITIES
GUADO AL TASSO “SCALABRONE” ROSATO; COMPLIMENTARY FAMILY
BOLGHERI SUPERIORE, TUSCANY (2017) DINNER BUFFET

GUADO AL TASSO VERMENTINO; ST. PATRICK'S
BOLGHERI SUPERIORE, TUSCANY (2017) DAY BASH

FAMILY STYLE ANTIPASTO SATURDAY, MARCH 16
house cured meats, pickled vegetables, aged cheeses, west 6:00 - 9:00 PM | BREAKERS

coast oysters on the half shell $16.95++

BRAMITO DEL CERVO CHARDONNAY; FEATURING LIVE MUSIC
UMBRIA, ITALY (2016) OUTDOOR HEATED TENT

VANILLA LOBSTER RAVIOLI DRINK SPECIALS
fresh herbs, light cream, crisp parmesan IRISH FARE

VILLA ANTINORI CHIANTI CLASSICO RESERVA;
CHIANTI CLASSICO, TUSCANY (2015)
CORNISH HEN “COQ AU VIN”
grilled tomatoes, rich natural red wine jus

GUADO AL TASSO “IL BRUCIATO” ROSSO; BOLGHERI
SUPERIORE, TUSCANY (2016)
SMOKED BEEF “STROGANOFF”

spaetzle, whipped crème fraiche, smoked short rib

GUADO AL TASSO SUPER TUSCAN; BOHGHERI
SUPERIORE, TUSCANY (2014)
CHOCOLATE “SOUP”

fried dark chocolate truffles
with warm white chocolate sauce

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Social & Dining

MAD ABOUT OUR GOURMET TAPAS
MEMBERS MIXER NIGHT

FRIDAY, MARCH 29 FRIDAY, APRIL 12
5:30 - 8:00 PM 5:00 - 9:00 PM | BREAKERS
MEN'S LOUNGE
SPECIAL MENU OF ASSORTED
COMPLIMENTARY BEER, WINE GOURMET TAPAS CREATED
& HORS D’OEUVRES. BY BREAKERS CHEF DEREK

LIVE MUSIC AND MARCH THOMPSON
MADNESS GAME VIEWING!

YOUTH EASTER EGG
MOVIE NIGHT DECORATING
ON THE RANGE
SATURDAY, APRIL 13
SATURDAY, APRIL 6 | $10 4:00 - 6:00 PM | BREAKERS
7:00 - 9:00 PM
DRIVING RANGE COME GET CREATIVE AND
STAY FOR DINNER!
TAKE ON GOLF ZILLA
AND ENJOY GAMES BEFORE Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 12
THE SHOW. THE MOVIE 'SPACE

JAM' BEGINS AT 7:30 PM!

Social & Dining Seating is limited so register early!
Reservations are for two-hour seatings. Please note
Weather Permitting! there will be adjustments to normal seatings due to the
Chesapeake renovation. Thank you for your patience.
MASTERS
INVITATIONAL EASTER BRUNCH

BASH SUNDAY, APRIL 21
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
SUNDAY, APRIL 14
3:00 PM - MASTERS FINISH ADULTS: $34.95
AGES 4 -11: $18.95
DRIVING RANGE | $25++ CHILDREN 3-&-UNDER: FREE
FEATURING A JUMBO TRON
TV, LIVE MUSIC, FOOD, DRINK Pastrami-cured salmon
House-smoked salmon
SPECIALS & THE GREEN Oysters on the half shell
JACKET WINNER'S AWARDING!
Shrimp cocktail
CHILDREN'S
EASTER Pickled strawberry and walnut salad
Sesame-orange salad | Fresh fruit salad
SATURDAY, APRIL 20
9:30 - 11:30 AM Applewood smoked bacon and sausage links
Traditional eggs benedict
$15++ ADULTS & CHILDREN
EASTER EGG HUNT, FACE Cheese grits and home fries
PAINTING, EASTER CRAFTS, Wild mushroom fritatta
BREAKFAST & BEVERAGES Omelets made-to-order

13 Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 Duck fat-roasted marble potatoes
Spring vegetable medley

Steamed asparagus amandine

Spice-seared Chilean sea bass
with spring tomato chutney

Parmesan crusted chicken
with house marinara butter

Roasted prime rib of beef
with creamy horseradish sauce

Carved leg of lamb
with apple-mint chutney

White chocolate bread pudding
with blueberry anglaise

Fresh raspberry cheesecake
with black berry jam

Lemon cream pie
Pistachio-chocolate pound cake
Peppermint-white chocolate chip cookies

Social & Dining

DAYTIME SPEAKER KENTUCKY
SERIES DERBY PARTY

THURSDAYS SATURDAY, MAY 4
APRIL 25 | JUNE 27 5:00 - 7:30 PM

AUGUST 22 BREAKERS BLVD. | $18++

COFFEE 10:00 AM FEATURING LIVE MUSIC AND
PRESENTATION 10:30 AM DELICIOUS DERBY FARE WITH
IN THE PACC CLUBHOUSE RACE VIEWING, MINT JULEP
SPECIALS AND A DERBY HAT
LOOK FOR SPEAKER
INFORMATION SOON! CONTEST.

MOTHER & SON CONGRATS
DANCE 2019 CHILI COOK

FRIDAY, MAY 3 OFF WINNERS
6:00 - 8:00 PM | BALLROOM
$25++ PER MOTHER/SON PAIR CRITICS' CHOICE
$10++/EACH ADDITIONAL SON 1ST: TROY HESELIUS
2ND: MOLLY JOLLY
ENJOY A SPECIAL EVENING 3RD: ROBERT MILLS
INCLUDING DINNER, DJ AND
FAN FAVORITE
DANCING. ATTIRE IS COAT 1ST: ANGIE SCHWARTZ
& TIE FOR GENTLEMAN,
DRESSES FOR LADIES 2ND: SCOTT MASON
3RD: JULIA DAVID

Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 14

SUMMER 2019

Here’s a snapshot
of the activities available
for our youth this summer!
Use this as a guide, but please check
the website, mobile app or call us at
757-428-4141 for the most up-to-date
information, as dates, times and details
are subject to change.

CAMPS/PROGRAMS Tennis Camp This camp runs for three hours in the morning and
three hours in the afternoon, Monday - Friday. Players can come
PACC Summer Camp Activities will include golf, tennis, for the first, second or third hour, or any combination, and be
swimming, sport court games, indoor/outdoor crafts and charged by the hour. $15/hour advanced sign-up or $18/hour drop-in
lunch is included! Sessions are limited to 18 children.
Summer Camp swim sessions will take place during swim team Look for details soon on camp age groups and times!
practice time, so team members can attend. Sign-ups for Summer
Camp will open at our Youth Expo event on Thursday, March 14. 6.10 - 6.14 | Session I 7.15 - 7.19 | Session VI
Children will spend some time all together and then 6.17 - 6.21 | Session II 7.22 - 7.26 | Session VII
some time broken into groups of 3-4 and 5-6 year olds. 6.24 - 6.28 | Session III 7.29 - 8.02 | Session VIII
Mondays - Fridays | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm | $160 per child 7.01 - 7.05* | Session IV 8.05 - 8.09 | Session IX
7.08 - 7.12 | Session V 8.12 - 8.16 | Session X
6.17 - 6.21 | Session I Disney Jr. 7.15 - 7.19 | Session IV Disney Movie *No camp on July 4th
6.24 - 6.28 | Session II Holiday 7.29 - 8.02 | Session V Career Week
7.08 - 7.12 | Session III Superhero 8.05 - 8.09 | Session VI Pixar

Mini-Breakers An instructional swim program focused
on individual development starting with beginners up to
competitive swimmers. Maximum of 8 swimmers per session.
(Ages 3-5) | Mondays - Thursdays | 3:00 - 3:30 pm | $70 per child
5.06 - 5.16 | Session I 5.20 - 5.31 | Session II

CONTACT US

Questions?
We can help! Call Taylor Nelson,
Youth Programs Manager at 757-428-4141
for more information.

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YOUTH CALENDAR

For all summer
camp programs,
children of members are
given one week priority for
camp registration, thus making
the grandchild registration date seven
days after the posted date of
registration beginning.

Spark Golf/Future 36ers Our junior golf program begins at age Junior League A great opportunity for junior golfers to come
three through our SPARK golf classes. Participants utilize oversized together to learn and compete. There are four teams in our
golf clubs, tennis ball-style golf balls and the 'Birdie Basics' platform Virginia Beach League: PACC, Cavalier, Bayville and Broad
to become familiar with swinging a club and the basics of the game. Bay. The format of the matches is a two-man team Captain’s
(Ages 3-6) / Tuesdays / 4:00 - 5:00 pm / $125 per semester Choice with a max score of triple-bogey, which allows for a fun
4.30 - 5.28 | Spring Semester 9.10 - 10.29| Fall Semester and low pressure way of playing.
6.25 - 7.23 | Summer I Semester (Ages 6-13) | $250
Practices: 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Junior Golf Academy & Elite Academy utilizes the Operation 36 platform Matches: Saturdays | 2:45 pm
developed by iGrow Golf, consists of three aspects: Education, Practice and
Performance. Through weekly classes and playing matches, young golfers 3.28 | Practice 5.04 | Match (Away)
advance through six program levels, each with 12 “subjects” to master. 4.02 | Practice 5.08 | Practice
(Ages 7-13) / Tuesdays & Thursdays / $350 per semester 4.06 | Match (Away) 5.11 | Match (Home)
4.30 - 5.30 | Spring Semester (5:00 - 6:30 pm) 4.10 | Match (Home) Wed 4:30 pm 5.18 | Round 1 Playoffs
6.25 - 7.25 | Summer I Semester (8:00 - 9:30 am) 4.20 | Match (Home) 5.31 | Practice
Matches (3:00 pm): 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 4.27 | Match (Away) 6.01 | Championship
7.30 - 8.29 | Summer II Semester (8:00 - 9:30 am)
Matches (3:00 pm): 8/3, 8/17, 8/24 KID’S EVENTS
9.17 - 10.17 | Fall Semester (5:00 - 6:30 pm)
Matches (3:00 pm): 9/21, 9/28, 10/12, 10/19 Golf Events

Junior Golf Camp This week-long program focuses on all facets of the 7.20 | Drive, Chip & Putt Competition
game (putting, short game, full swing and etiquette). We touch on each 7.27 | Parent-Child Tournament
golf skill starting with an educational aspect, followed by practice and 8.10 | Junior Club Championship
finishing with a fun game. The final day we will play nine holes! 8.29| Junior Golf Banquet and Awards Ceremony
(Ages 6-14) | Tuesdays - Fridays | 2:00 - 4:00 pm | $150 per week
6.18 - 6.21 | June Session Tennis Events
7.09 - 7.12 | July Session
8.06 - 8.09 | August Session TBD | Junior Singles Club Championship
TBD | Junior Bus Trip to Citi Open in Washington, DC

Mixed/Club Events

4.06 | Youth Night on the Range | 7:00- 9:00 pm
5.27 | Memorial Day Party | 3:00 - 7:00 pm
7.04 | Fourth of July Carnival | 5:00- 9:00 pm | Clubhouse
7.19 | Magic Show | 6:00 pm
7.23 | Petting Zoo | 5:00- 7:00 pm

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SSUPMLAMSEHR
Pool Events

Swim and dive meets will be added to the calendar once they 2019 SUMMER SEASON
are decided by the league. SWIM/DIVE TEAM PRACTICE SCHEDULE

Mon 5.06 | Pool opens for adult swim Swim Team Practices | May 20 – June 7
Sat 5.11 | Pool opens on weekends for Members and Guests
Mon 5.20 | First day of swim/dive team practice AGE DAY TIME
Sat 5.25 | Pool opens daily for Members and Guests
TBD | Swim/Dive Team Suit Day (4:30 - 6:30 pm) 6 and under Monday - Friday 4:30 - 5:15 pm
TBD | Dive-in Movie Night at the Pool
7 and 8 Monday - Friday 5:00 - 5:45 pm

9 and 10 Monday - Friday 5:30 - 6:15 pm

11 and up Monday - Friday 6:15 - 7:15 pm

Dive Team Practices | May 20 – June 7

All Ages Monday - Thursday 4:30 - 6:00 pm

Swim Team Practices | Starting June 10

AGE TIME

Morning Practice: Monday - Friday

7 and 8 8:00 - 8:45 am

11 and up 8:45 - 9:45 am

9 and 10 9:45 - 10:30 am

6 and under 10:30 - 11:15 am

Afternoon Practice: Monday - Wednesday

9 and under 4:30 - 5:15 pm

10 and up 5:15 - 6:15 pm

Dive Team Practices | Starting June 10

Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 10:00 am
or 10:00 - 11:00 am
AND 4:30 - 5:30 pm

Please Note: team members may come to one or both
AM/PM practices but they do not have to attend both.

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CourseGolf Course & Grounds Update

By Matt Boyce The most up to date information concerning the
Director of Golf Course Maintenance and Club Grounds golf course or club grounds can be found on
Facebook or Instagram at @PrincessAnneCC
Expectations

“Welcome friends.” No one says it better than Mr. Jim Nantz. a monetary value associated with it. So, this means raking
Golfers around the world are all anticipating those two little bunkers every day isn’t free!
words that lead to the start of the golf season; the fresh cut
grass, the dogwoods in full bloom, the sight of long leaf pines Without boring you with the details associated with this
whistling in the wind and 100 of the best golfers in the world Guide, here is a brief insight to my vision and expectations in
teeing it up in early April to determine a new champion. We’re key areas based on the Guide to Golf Course Conditioning
talking about the Texas Valero Open right? and consistent Member feedback.

Of course not! We’re talking about the one and only Masters Greens Best in the area, smooth, firm, faster than our
Tournament held at Augusta National. The Texas Valero Fairways competition and ramped up for specific events
Open is a respectable tournament, but can hardly compare to Tees
the history of "The Masters". The sights and sounds described Rough Longer height of cut to allow our membership to
above are only a portion of the feeling we get when we talk Bunkers sweep the ball off the fairways, strong leaf blades
about this illustrious event and mecca of golf lore! Your that allow the ball to sit up
expectations of Augusta National are drawn from your history Cart Paths
watching the tournament on TV or seeing the vivid colors in Full of grass
person walking around eastern Georgia in early April. Feel
Long enough to reward the golfer who hits it in the
What are your expectations of the course at PACC? fairway, but short enough to advance the ball
Perfection? I’m assuming probably close to it! But what is
perfect? Perfect green speed? Perfect color? Perfect cart paths? (Oh boy!) – Firmer in the fairways to advance the
Perfect bunkers? I’m sure if I polled the PACC membership ball and softer around the green to spin the ball
I would get a variety of answers from greens to bunkers, cart and get closer to the hole
paths, rough, fairways, sand and more.
An avenue for transporting golfers and
Unfortunately, our team will probably never achieve perfection maintenance equipment with a surface that will
for every round played at the Princess Anne,and that’s okay. As limit balls from shifting out of bounds
a team,we collectively work off a tool I brought from Pinehurst
Resort after the 2005 US Open Championship, called the An enjoyable walk in a parkland setting,
Guide to Golf Course Conditioning. This conditioning tool bringing back a feel from the early 1900s when
provides a metric for each facet of golf course maintenance the golf course was established
based on a 100-point scale. Greens are worth the most points,
then fairways, tees and eventually lower priority items such as Do my expectations align with yours? Where are they different?
tree trimming, ponds, etc.
I am continually learning and always enjoy your feedback.
This guide was established here at PACC in 2007, before the If you have another opinion, send me a respectful email
course was open, and allowed me to understand expectations and let me know your expectations. I can be reached at
for the newly renovated golf course. We have continued [email protected]
to massage this guide at the Committee level, but overall
expectations continue to be high. Challenge accepted! On In closing, I am passionate about providing our Membership
the flip side of the coin, each component of the guide has with the best conditioning in Hampton Roads and beyond.
Are we great most days? Yes. Can we be better some
days? Absolutely! However, we are also chasing different
circumstances every day with environmental conditions,
allocated resources and some things that are just out of our
control. I enjoy the challenge and look forward to hearing
from you soon.

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The Golden Rules

The Golden Rules of Golf Will Set You Free.

How the 2019 Rules of Golf Effect the wind, it is normally played as it lies because its
the Putting Green movement is considered a continuation of the previous
stroke, as no person or object affected where the ball
When to Replace a Ball that Moves on lies.
the Putting Green
New Rule: Rule 13.1d revises the procedure Repairing Damage on the Putting Green
for when a ball on the putting green is moved
by wind, water or other natural forces, so that it New Rule: Rule 13.1c(2) allows repair of almost any damage
must sometimes be replaced and sometimes be played on the green:
from its new spot: • “Damage on the putting green” is defined to include

• If the ball had been lifted and replaced on its original spot all types of damage such as ball-marks, shoe damage
before it moved, the ball must always be replaced on its (including spike marks), indentations from a club or
original spot, regardless of what caused it to move. You flagstick, animal damage, etc., except aeration holes, natural
might say that once a ball has been lifted and replaced, it surface imperfections or natural wear of the hole.
owns that spot. • Because putting greens are specially prepared for playing
the ball along the ground, the Rules allow the player to do
• The ball must be played from its new spot only if the ball things on the green that are not allowed anywhere else:
had not been lifted and replaced before it moved and it • The player may mark, lift and clean a ball on the green
was moved by natural forces (i.e. wind, gravity). A ball on at any time, remove sand and loose soil on the green and
the putting green that has been moved accidentally must repair old hole plugs and ball-marks on the green.
always be replaced with no penalty. • Given this philosophy of allowing players to try to have a
smooth surface for rolling the ball, there is no conceptual
• When a ball at rest is moved by natural forces such as reason for prohibiting repair of other types of damage
(whether made by players, animals, maintenance staff, etc.).

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“There is no longer a penalty for merely touching the line of play on the putting green.”

Touching the Line of Play on the Putting Green
New Rule: The previous prohibition of touching the line of play on the putting green is eliminated:

• There is no longer a penalty for merely touching the line of play on the putting green (the term “line of play” applies
everywhere on the course including the putting green and the term “line of putt” is no longer used).

• But the player is still subject to the prohibition on improving his or her line of play on the putting green (see Rule 8.1a, as
limited by 8.1b).

• No advantage is gained if a player or his or her caddie merely touches the surface of the putting green on the line where the
ball will be played.

Ball Played from the Putting Green Hits Unattended Flagstick in the Hole
New Rule: Under Rule 13.2a(2):

• There is no longer a penalty if a ball played from the putting green hits a flagstick left in the hole.
• Players are not required to putt with the flagstick in the hole; rather, they continue to have the choice to have it removed

(which includes having someone attend the flagstick and remove it after the ball is played).
• Allowing a player to putt with the flagstick in the hole without fear of penalty should generally help speed up play.

Dear Rules Guru: If I leave the flagstick in, my ball rolls in the hole but is leaning against the flagstick, is it considered holed?

Rules Guru: A ball is considered holed if any part of the ball is below the surface of the putting green.There are times when
the ball can be touching the flagstick but the flagstick is not centered and is leaning.This situation could prevent the ball from
being below the surface of the green; in this case the ball is not holed even though it is leaning against the flagstick.

SUMMARY NEW RULE/OLD RULE
ON THE PUTTING GREEN New rule: Ball has to be replaced in the original spot.

Replacing the ball if moved inadvertently or by Old rule: In certain circumstances the ball could not
nature, after being lifted, cleaned and replaced. be moved back to the original spot.
New rule: Spikes marks, animal damage etc. can be
Repairing damage on the putting green. fixed (cannot fix natural imperfections such as bumps
or hollows).
Touching the line of the putt on the green.
Old rule: Could only repair a ball pitch mark or old hole
Ball on the Green Striking unattended Flagstick plugs.
New rule: Allowed as long as it does not improve the
conditions.

Old rule: Not permitted (loss of hole / 2 stroke penalty).

New rule: No penalty.

Old Rule: Loss of hole / 2 stroke penalty.

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

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GolfFrom the Links

2019 Golf Events Schedule

MEN’S EVENTS

PASMGA Top Golf April 3

The Green Jacket Par 3 April 12 These dates are
The Green Jacket April 13 subject to change,
PASMGA Opening Day April 17 please check the online
Windholz Matches Begin April 18

McClanan Memorial April 19 calendar throughout

Derby Day Mixed Blitz NEW! May 4 the year!
Stroke Play Championship NEW! May 18 - 19

James G. Parker Member-Guest June 13 – 15

Men’s League begins (each Thursday) June 20

Men’s Triumvirate @ Cavalier August 7

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 – 26

Shootout December 7

Pop-Pop December 20

LADIES’ EVENTS

PALG Top Golf April 9

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 August 7

Louis H. Windholz Club Championship August 9 – 11

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

Turkey Scramble November 19

PALG Christmas Luncheon December 10

MIXED EVENTS

Cross Country Winter Golf Classic March 2

Golf Course Closed for Greens Aerification March 11 - 12

Golf Shop Spring Merchandise Debut March 16

Let's Talk Golf March 28

Youth Movie Night on the Range April 6

Golf Course Closed for Greens Aerification April 22 - 23

Golf Demo Day April 26 - 28

Spring Glow Ball May 3

Parent–Child July 28

Junior Club Championship August 10

Husband & Wife Championship September 29

Fall Glow Ball October 18

From the Links

Shootout Results

After some fantastic golf through 17 holes, it came down Champion:
to Chris Devine and John Gibson heading to the 18th tee. Chris Devine
With both players putting for birdie, Gibson left his birdie
putt eight inches right of the hole. Devine stepped up and
rolled his putt in with authority to claim his second major
of the year for the reigning Club Champion. The play on
the day was fantastic and we look forward to another great
event next December!

Champion | Chris Devine
Out on 18 | John Gibson
Out on 17 | Chris Graves
Out on 16 | Billy McClanan
Out on 15 | Troy Heselius
Out on 14 | Skip Zobel

Virginia Beach Junior League

The Princess Anne Country Club Junior League Team is a great
opportunity for junior golfers to come together, learn and compete. A team
consists of players ages 13 & under and all skill levels.There are four teams
in our Virginia Beach League: The Princess Anne Country Club, Cavalier
Golf & Yacht Club, Bayville Golf Club and Broad Bay Country Club.The
season will include eight matches and four practice sessions.The format of
the matches a two-man team Captain’s Choice with a max score of triple-
bogey, which allows for a fun and low pressure way of playing. To join, call the Golf Pro Shop
at 757-422-3360.

Ages 6-13 | $250
Practices | 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Matches: Saturdays | 2:45 pm

Practice Schedule: 5:00 - 6:00 pm
April 2, 4 | May 8, 31

Regular Season Match Schedule: 2:45 pm (*4/10 at 4:30 pm)
4/6 Princess Anne @ Bayville
4/10* Bayville @ Princess Anne Wednesday @ 4:30 pm
4/20 Broad Bay @ Princess Anne
4/27 Princess Anne @ Broad Bay
5/4 Princess Anne @ Cavalier
5/11 Cavalier @ Princess Anne

Post Season Match Schedule: 2:45 pm
5/18 Round 1 Playoffs
6/1 Championship Match and Consolation Match @ Bayville

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From the Links

Princess Anne Junior Golf Academy

Ages 7-13 / $350 per semester

Our Junior Golf Academy, which utilizes the Operation 36 platform developed by
iGrow Golf, consists of three aspects: education, practice and performance. Through
weekly classes and playing matches, the young golfers advance through six program
levels, each with 12 “subjects” to master. A badge is earned for mastery of each subject.
Once all 12 badges have been earned, the golfer can move up to the next level. The
ultimate goal for each golfer, however, is to play nine holes from their designated tee,
shooting a score of 36. The program is app based, so students (and parents) can track
their progress, which makes it fun and competitive. On Saturdays, when matches are
played, we conduct ESPN-style interviews with match winners and post them on our
Facebook page. This is fun for our golfers and enhances their public speaking skills.

4.30 - 5.30 | Spring Semester (5:00 - 6:30 pm)
6.25 - 7.25 | Summer I Semester (8:00 - 9:30 am)
Matches (3:00 pm): 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27
7.30 - 8.29 | Summer II Semester (8:00 - 9:30 am)
Matches (3:00 pm): 8/3, 8/17, 8/24
9.17 - 10.17 | Fall Semester (5:00 - 6:30 pm)
Matches (3:00 pm): 9/21, 9/28, 10/12, 10/19

Spark / Future 36ers

Ages 3 - 6 / Tuesdays / 4:00 - 5:00 pm / $125 per semester

Our junior golf program begins at age three, through our SPARK golf classes.
Participants utilize oversized golf clubs, tennis ball style golf balls and the 'Birdy Basics'
platform to become familiar with swinging a club and the basics of the game.

Future 36ers | Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 pm

SPRING SUMMER FALL
Sep 10 - Oct 29
April 30 - May 28 Jun 25 - Jul 23

Junior Golf Camp

(Ages 6-14) | Tuesdays - Fridays | 2:00 - 4:00 pm | $150 per week
This week-long program focuses on all facets of the game (putting, short game, full
swing and etiquette). We touch on each golf skill starting with an educational aspect,
followed by practice and finishing with a fun game. The final day we will play nine holes!
6.18 - 6.21 | June Session 7.09 - 7.12 | July Session 8.06 - 8.09 | August Session

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From the Links

2019 Ladies Instruction Schedule

Beginner Ladies Social | April 11 | 5:30-6:30

Ladies Operation 36
Cost: $225/session or $45/class

NEW for 2019, we will be using the Operation 36 platform for our ladies golf
classes. Operation 36 consists of three pillars: education (weekly class and/or private
instruction), practice (coach-guided repetitions), playing (taking your skills to the
course). All education features can be re-visited and watched on an easy-to-use mobile
app! The app has short videos that will help you remember the basics taught during
class.

Thursdays from 10:00 - 11:30 am
Session I | April 18 – May 23
Session II | July 18 – August 22
Session III | September 19 – October 24

Beginner Ladies Play Day
Cost: $30/class
NEW for 2019, we will offer a two-hour, on-course instruction from your golf
professional. This unique opportunity will run during the off-weeks of the Ladies
Operation 36 classes. Ladies will start each hole with a tee shot from the red tees, then
proceed to their designated yardages (25, 50, 100 yards from the hole) with the goal of
shooting 36 on nine holes to progress to a further distance from the hole.
Tuesdays from 9:30 - 11:30 am
May 28, June 11, June 25, July 2, July 9, August 27, September 3, September 17

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From the Links

CROSS COUNTRY SPRING GOLF
WINTER GOLF MERCHANDISE
CLASSIC
DEBUT
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
TEE TIMES BEGIN AT 11:00 AM SATURDAY, MARCH 16
5:30 - 7:30 PM
MEN & WOMEN PLAYERS GOLF PRO SHOP
WILL PLAY A MODIFIED GOLF
COURSE BEGINNING FROM 18
AND PLAYING BACKWARDS

MARTHA MACKLIN SMITH
LADIES' MEMBER GUEST

GOLF TOURNAMENT

TUESDAY, JUNE 4 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5
THIS TOURNAMENT IS AN ANNUAL
FAVORITE, DON'T MISS OUT!
ENTRY FEE | $150 PER PERSON.

INCLUDES PRACTICE, TOURNAMENT, PRIZES,
MEALS AND CART FEES.

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Tennis Talk

Spring is right around the corner and it’s almost time for the bubble to come down! The bubble is scheduled to be taken
down on April 11, but it all depends on the weather. We will keep everyone informed of any changes along the way.

Ladies Spring Lunch League starts soon.The schedule has not been released yet, but it will begin mid-April.The “B” team
(3.0-3.5 players) will play at 9:30 am on Wednesdays and the “A” team (4.0-4.5 players) will play at 9:30 am on Fridays All
ladies are encouraged to stay for lunch after the matches.

The first of our Cup events will be held in April! Virginia Cup is set for Saturday, April 27 here at the PACC.The
very next day is the Fun Cup at Virginia Beach Tennis & Country Club. For the rest of our Cup events and other
tournaments, make sure to check out our 2019 calendar of events!

John’s Tip of the Month | Be the First to Try the Clash

Wilson Labs: Inside the Making of the new Clash Tennis Racket Franchise
Forbes Media LLC | Dec 17, 2018

Carbon fiber sits in rolls. And sheets. All in a climate-controlled room so the fiber
stays perfect for when it comes time to prototype a new tennis racket. Inside Wilson
Labs, a 40,000-square-foot facility just down the road from Chicago’s O’Hare
International Airport, the engineering, prototyping and creation can all happen in
one location. But it doesn’t come without years of work to find a final solution in
crafting a brand-new tennis racket franchise.

All that work culminated for Wilson on Feb. 15, 2019, with the launch of a new
line, Clash. And this time, Wilson approached the effort with a different mindset, not always an easy task for a company
founded in 1914 and with a successful track record in the industry.

What is now known as the Clash racket started internally among the roughly 14 people inside Wilson Labs working on
racket sports, as the Undisputed Champion project, with a bold goal of making current racket designs obsolete.

To start, the team went to the field for qualitative research, challenging assumptions and confirming knowledge. “It helped
us to immerse in the sports consumer, see what kinds of problem they have and what some of the needs are,” says Tim
McKeown, Wilson senior global director of innovation and design.The over 200 hours of interviews uncovered plenty for
the team to consider in terms of how Wilson presented performance to the consumer and what was most important, from
the first time they saw a racket to the first time they picked it up to the first time they hit with it.

With a bold goal and consumer research behind them, the team moved into the next phase, converting a storage room
inside the lab into the concept room. Design boards took over the walls. Materials cluttered the table.The 600-plus
original ideas culled from research dropped down to 206 that seamed feasible.The team focused on improving dwell
time — the milliseconds the ball is on the racket strings, among other attributes.That 206 turned into 50 ideas, anything
from racket design to smaller technology systems.The 50 then became 12 concepts and six ideas ultimately went into
concurrent prototyping.

Grigor Dimitrov, a top-flight ATP player, was one of the first to hit with the Clash. “The ball catapults so well off the
racket,” he says. “It bites, absolutely uses a lot of spin. You can just put the ball into the corners.”

Wilson hopes Clash defines a new space in tennis rackets, a space that hasn’t previously existed. And it all comes from
over two years of work inside 40,000 square feet at Wilson Labs.

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From the Courts

Holiday Tennis Camp & Laser Tag Party

We had a successful Holiday Tennis Camp & Laser Tag Party with over 100 kids participating over the three days. Everyone
had a great time and the older kids enjoyed laser tag!

Parents Meeting & 2018 Isabelle Yates Sportsmanship Award

In January, we held a parents meeting for our tennis parents to learn all aspects of junior tennis from our junior development
pathway and progression to our program descriptions. We also discussed how to navigate the USTA website, how to sign up
for Orange Ball and Green Ball Junior Team Tennis and how to prepare for high school tennis and beyond. The highlight
was the Isabelle Yates Sportsmanship Award ceremony where one of the kids from our program is selected by the pros
and Tennis Committee based on his/her overall commitment to excellence both on and off court. This person must have a
strong work ethic, great attitude, excel in school, come through our junior program and give back in terms of being a role
model and a mentor to younger kids. We were excited to announce Ryan Charles as this year’s recipient of the Isabelle Yates
trophy which will be on display year round in the pro shop. Ryan is the epitome of what this trophy stands for: 4.0 student at
Landstown High School, number one player on their tennis team, has been a stalwart of PACC’s junior tennis program from
the beginning and now is a starter on the varsity men’s tennis team at George Mason University. No matter how good Ryan
became he was never too good to attend all of our clinics even when it meant having to hit with kids half his age and level.
He’s been a volunteer instructor at our summer camps and has played on every one of our teams. Our team could not be more
proud of the way in which Ryan continues to represent all we stand for here at PACC Tennis, congratulations Ryan!

USTA Boys & Girls 12s SuperSet Shootout

We had a full boys’ draw for our U12 USTA Green Dot Shootout on Saturday, January 12 with 16 signed up. Out of those
16, 10 of them were from PACC, so it was quite a nice mix. Several of the players were nine-year olds just moving up from
the Orange Dot ball level. The one-day event was non-elimination format allowing each child to play four matches, win or
lose. At the end of the day we had two advanced Green Ball players from Suffolk that made it to the final which was won by
Smith Anderson. Our boys who participated were as follows: Owen Deaver, Bennett Deaver, Max Bradshaw, River Conley,
Connor Horan, Davis Doummar, Kiran Folck, Kris Katabian, Garrison Shipp and Thomas Newman. On the girls’ side we had
five entries, two of them being from PACC: Grayson White and Claudia Tillar. They each played four matches, with Katie
Smagliy from Virginia Beach prevailing without losing a match. All-in-all it was a nice showing from PACC and bodes well
for our junior program moving forward.
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From the Courts

2019 Tennis Calendar of Events

March

St. Patrick’s Day Cardio Saturday, March 16

April

Virginia Cup (@PACC) Saturday, April 27

Fun Cup (@VBTCC) Sunday, April 28

May

Tidewater Cup (@PACC) Saturday, May 4

Men’s/Women’s Singles Club Championship Friday, May 3 – Friday, May 17

June

Junior Singles Club Championship TBA

Anderson Cup (@PACC) Friday, June 14 – Saturday, June 15

Member-Guest Doubles Tournament Friday, June 28 – Sunday, June 30

August

Senior Tidewater Cup (@PACC) Saturday, August 24

Member-Member Doubles Club Championship Friday, August 30 - Sunday, September 1

September

Spindle Cup (@CCV) Saturday, September 7 – Sunday, September 8

October

Member-Member Mixed Doubles Tournament Friday, October 4 – Sunday, October 6

Junior Country Club Cup (Away - TBA) Sunday, October 6

USTA Junior Tournament Saturday, October 12 – Sunday, October 13

November

Thanksgiving Day Cardio Thursday, November 28

Thanksgiving Classic L5 USTA Tournament Friday, November 29 – Sunday, December 1

December

Holiday Tennis Camps TBA

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FITNESS PROFESSIONAL OPEN HOUSE

PHOTO RECAP A big thank you to all those who came out to support our Fitness Professional Open House!

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FitnessLifestyles & Fitness

Fitness Success Story | Stacy Purcell STACY | FAST 5

What prompted you to begin working with Sabine? 1. FAVE MODE OF EXERCISE:
Her high energy and fitness knowledge. Spin

How would you describe the workouts? 2. FAVE HOBBY:
Fast paced, challenging and fun! Reading

Do you do other workouts/activities when not with your 3. FAVE HEALTHY SNACK:
trainer? Nuts
Yes. I try to do a several spin classes, a pilates session and either a HIIT or
sculpt class each week. 4. FAVE QUOTE:
"Do your best, forget the rest."
Has your diet changed? If so, how?
Yes. Working out on a regular schedule encourages me to make healthier 5. FAVE SONG TO WORK OUT TO:
High Hopes by Panic! At the
food choices overall. Disco

Are there any obstacles you had to Princess Anne Living | March/April 2019 30
overcome with regard to eating or
exercising?
Yes, I had to make my workouts a priority in
my schedule. Otherwise, it is too easy to tell
yourself that you will do it “tomorrow.”

What physical results have you seen?
I am definitely stronger and more toned.

Have you noticed changes in other
areas of your life as a result
of your training program?
I have a more positive and energetic attitude
about my day when I have exercised.

What would you say is the most
important factor in success?
Changed thinking. I think exercise is such an important part of life for
everyone. Since I’ve made it a part of my lifestyle, so have my husband and
kids.

What do you like best about working with Sabine?
Sabine is a fantastic motivator. She plans a complete workout for me every
time and also helps me with my overall fitness goals.

What advice would you give someone considering workout
with a trainer?
I highly recommend it. Find someone who will motivate you.

Lifestyles & Fitness

Travel/Home Band Workout

Looking for a workout when you can’t make it to the gym? Try this quick band workout! (Bands & Travel Packs can be
purchased at the Fitness Center front desk.)

Do each exercise for 15 to 20 reps! Try three sets of the eight exercises!

PRESS CURL

15

ROW SQUAT PRESS

26

SIDE STEP CORE ROTATION

3 7

TRICEP SWEEP REAR DELT FLY

4 8

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Lifestyles & Fitness

Gym Etiquette & Safety | Safe Use Tips for Resistance Bands

Resistance bands are effective, inexpensive, and easy to use, but they do pose hazards, as all fitness
equipment does, when not treated and used properly.

The two main dangers involved with resistance band training are breaking of the band or
letting go of an end while under tension. The result of both these actions can cause
the end of the band to snap toward the user violently and potentially inflict serious
damage.

Resistance bands can break down over time due to normal wear and tear from use. It
is important to inspect resistance bands frequently to ensure they are in safe operating
condition. Also, many of the injuries from resistance band exercises come from improper use.

• Never release a resistance band while under tension. A release under tension can cause the band to snap back toward
the user and result in significant injury.

• Begin all exercises slowly to ensure band strength.
• Avoid jerking the band.
• Inspect bands and handles before every use. Check for cuts, nicks, scratches, cracks, punctures, discoloration, or

anything that looks like the band may be weakened in that area. If any flaws are discovered, discard the band
immediately and never attempt to repair a damaged band.
• Do not place the resistance band handles over feet. They can easily slip off and strike the user.
• Never stretch a resistance band over 2.5 times their length.
• Do not exercise with resistance bands on uneven surfaces
• Resistance bands are not toys and should never be used for any activity other then the specific exercises they were
designed for.

Show up with MyZone at the Lifestyles & Fitness Center!

Measuring and tracking actual effort, MyZone is a great tool for use in classes, with your trainer or during your personal
sessions. Ask the fitness team for more details or to try a demo belt.

EFFORT REWARDED. myzone.org

MYZONE®’s MZ-3 is the most relevant and FEATURES
versatile fitness tracker on the market. Using Bluetooth Ant+
Bluetooth, ANT+ and Analog technology to
provide real time feedback on heart rate, calories, 5.3 16Hr
and effort, the MZ-3 ensures that you get KHz Memory
accurate feedback on all of your exercise,
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The MZ-3’s built in memory means you can make
every session count, even when your training

March 2019Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sSocial/Dining sHappy Hour sBreakfast/
sGolf
sTennis with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner
sAquatics
sFitness Crush Bar Breakers
sYouth
Clubhouse

sCross Country

sLinkhorn Winter Golf

Lounge Live w/ Classic

Bob Linsly 2

1 Clubhouse

sSunday Brunch sTrivia Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sPrime Rib & sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Bingo Night Lunch/Dinner

sBreakfast/ sTaco Night Breakers Breakers
Lunch/Dinner Breakers
Breakers

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

sSunday Brunch sGolf Course sGolf Course s1/2 Price Wine sYouth Expo sGolf Spring
Clubhouse Closed: Greens Closed: Greens Night Clubhouse Clubhouse Merch Debut
Aerification Aerification
sBreakfast/ sTaco Night sChicken & Beer sSt. Patrick’s Day
Lunch/Dinner Breakers Night Clubhouse Tennis Cardio
Breakers
sSt. Paddy’s
10 11 12 13 14 15 Day Bash
Breakers
sSunday Brunch
Clubhouse 16sWine Tasting

sBreakfast/ Clubhouse
Lunch/Dinner
Breakers s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sBreakfast/
Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner

sTaco Night Breakers
Breakers

17 18 19 20 21 22 23
25
sSunday Brunch s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sMembership sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Mixer Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner
sTaco Night Breakers
sBreakfast/ Breakers sLet's Talk Golf 29
Lunch/Dinner Clubhouse 30
Breakers 26 27
sMarchesi
24/31 Antinori Wine
Dinner Clubhouse

28

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April

Sunday. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

sTrivia Night s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sHappy Hour sBreakfast/

Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse with Live Music / Lunch/Dinner

Tap Takeover Breakers

sTaco Night Clubhouse sYouth Movie
Breakers Night on the

sPASMGA Top Range

1 Golf 5 6sClub Mixer
Party Cavalier
2 3 4

sSunday Brunch sPALG Top Golf s1/2 Price Wine sChicken & Beer sGreen Jacket sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Night Clubhouse Par 3 Lunch/Dinner
Breakers
sBreakfast/ sTaco Night sWine Tasting sGourmet Tapas
Lunch/Dinner Breakers Clubhouse Night Breakers sGreen Jacket
Breakers Tournament

7 11 sEaster Egg
8 9 10 12 13Decorating
sSunday Brunch Breakers
Clubhouse
sPALG Opening sPASMGA sChicken & Beer sMcClannan sBreakfast/
sMasters Day Opening Day Night Clubhouse Memorial Lunch/Dinner
Invitational Bash Breakers
Driving Range 15 16 s1/2 Price Wine sWindholtz 19
Night Clubhouse matches begin sChildren’s
sBreakfast/ Easter Clubhouse
Lunch/Dinner sTaco Night 18
Breakers 20
14 Breakers
17

sEaster Brunch sGolf Course sGolf Course sPASMGA sDaytime Speaker sGolf Demo Day sBreakfast/
Clubhouse Closed: Greens Closed: Greens Series Clubhouse Lunch/Dinner
Aerification Aerification s1/2 Price Wine Breakers
Breakers Closed Night Clubhouse sChicken & Beer
Night Clubhouse sGolf Demo Day
sTaco Night
Breakers sVirginia Cup

21 22 23 24 25 26 27

sSunday Brunch sPALG
Clubhouse
29 30
sBreakfast/
Lunch/Dinner
Breakers

sGolf Demo Day

sFun Cup @

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

Spring HouHrs ours
Golf Pro Shop
Chesapeake / Linkhorn Lounge

Breakfast Sunday 9 am - 11 am December 1 - March 10
11 am - 2 pm
Brunch Sunday 11 am - 2 pm Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range Tee Times
6 pm - 9 pm 9 am - 5:00 pm Course Closed
Lunch Tuesday - Saturday 6 pm - 10 pm Mon Closed 8 am - 5:00 pm Begin at 9 am
7 am - 5:00 pm Begin at 8 am
Dinner Tuesday - Thursday Tues - Fri 8:00 am - 5 pm

Dinner Friday - Saturday Sat & Sun 7 am - 5 pm

Men’s Lounge March 11 - April 12

Lunch Tuesday - Sunday 11 am - 2 pm Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range Tee Times

(à la carte or buffet) Mon Closed 9 am - 6 pm Course Closed

Ladies’ Lounge Tues - Fri 7 am - 6 pm 7 am - 6 pm Begin at 8 am

Sat & Sun 7 am - 6 pm 7 am - 6 pm Begin at 8 am

Lunch Tuesday - Friday 11 am - 2 pm April 13- September 30

(à la carte or buffet)

Breakers Day Golf Shop Bag Room/Range Tee Times

Mon Closed 9 am - 8 pm Course Closed

Breakfast Saturday & Sunday 8 am - 11 am Tues - Fri 7 am - 7 pm 7 am - 8 pm Begin at 8 am
11 am - 2 pm
Brunch Sunday 4 pm - 10 pm Sat & Sun 6 am - 7 pm 6 am - 8 pm Begin at 7 am
11 am - 10 pm
Lunch/Dinner Wednesday - Friday 2 pm - 8 pm Tennis Pro Shop

Saturday

Sunday Daily 8 am - 5 pm

Fitness Center

Daily 5 am - 10 pm


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