The course is in superb condition! The greens are like fine carpet, fairways are plush and tees as good as they get. The growing season is nearing end, but thanks to Gary and his crew’s painstaking maintenance the course will remain a gem to play through the cold weather months. Gary has also overseeded the range with winter rye; look for it to sprout in a week or two and we’ll have a green range through the winter. Enjoy your play ….and bring a friend!
Feel good – play The Creek!
Gail Sheiman and Carol Stamm arranged and hosted a ladies member-guest/guest-guest in October, an event that drew praise from all lady guests not only for the condition of the course but the fine effort and organization of Gail and Carol.
The Aiken Golf Club will hold its club championships the first two weekends in November with senior (55+) and super senior (70+) play on 4-5 November and the regular club championship the following weekend. The event is open to all members of both The Aiken Golf Club and Cedar Creek Golf Club. Registration for the senior and super senior segments closes on 1 November; for the regular division 8 November. Get on over or call Aiken (649-6029) to sign up!
The annual tournament hosted by veteran Tony Venetz to benefit Wreaths Across America and honor veterans during the holiday season was won by the team of Bill Allman, Larry Thorne, Wayne Ussery and Mike Sparks. The team turned in a sterling 59 in the 4-man scramble.
L to R: Bill Allman, Larry Thorne, Tony Venetz, Wayne Ussery, Mike Sparks
The Fall Trifecta tournament is scheduled as usual the day after Thanksgiving (24 November). The two-person event is played as six holes scramble, six holes better ball and six holes alternate shot. Registration is open at the pro shop.
A summer merchandise close-out sale is on at the pro shop. Stop by and check out the bargains. And while there look at the fine, new fall and winter wear on the racks.