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Crystal Coast Country Club
...where friends connect
By Jim Hale
How about that January weather—some days a brisk north wind and tem
peratures in the 40s, and some days a light south wind and temperatures in the
60s. The latter was the situation on Sunday, January 9. The tennis and pickleball
courts were full at 9 a.m., and the golf course was crowded ah day. Many of the
golfers were in shorts and short sleeve shirts. February and March wiU surely
bring some chills, but this winter season has been very friendly to club members
who enjoy the outdoor sports. Andy Ipock and his crew have kept the course,
especially the greens, in great winter playable condition for members and visi
tors to enjoy.
My favorite indoor club sport, dining, was great in January also. Chef Scott
presented three special nights. First there was a Shrimp Boil featuring shrimp,
kielbasa, corn on the cob and boiled potatoes from the pot. The boil was accom
panied by coleslaw and hushpuppies. Then there was the ever-so-good Prime
Rib dinner featuring melt-in-your mouth prime rib with a salad and side. If
you’ve never had Chef’s prime rib, you should really make an effort to attend one
of these special nights. Last was Pasta Night with choices of penne, fettirccine or
spaghetti accompanied by marinara, meat, Alfredo or pesto cream sauce. Top
pings of Italian sausage, meatballs or grilled chicken were also available. January
also had the traditional Club Night every Wednesday and the always popular
Burger Night every Friday. In addition to the regular menu, there are luncheon
specials Wednesday through Sunday. No one goes hungry at the Crystal Coast
Some other regular club activities include the Ladies Golf Association
monthly luncheon and the Members Duplicate Bridge every Friday afternoon.
Of course, this month will bring a special Valentine’s Dinner and a Super Bowl
2022’s Junior Spring Training After-School Golf Programs for ages 7-14 are
now open for registration. There are two six-week programs available, one from
March 14-15 to April 25-26 and one from May 2-3 to June 13-14. Contact U.S.
Kids Golf Certified Coach Randy Taylor at the club for all of the details.
It’s just about time for the posting of early golf, tennis and pickleball socials
and tournaments for the year. Everyone is looking forward to lots of fun and
competition on the course and the courts.
Enjoy the nice weather when it sneaks in this winter. See you at the club.
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Pickleball players enjoy lunch following the Pickleball Association tournament.
Clockwise from left: Kate Taylor, PJ Barbour, Arleen Graczewski, Elaine Holt, Ida
Mazzoni, Maria DeCandia, Ann Brooks and Sally Aman. —Photo by Kathy Faiandys viyard
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