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1 ! k o o b e c a F n o s u e k i L Cross Creek Press ay / j u n e 2 0 1 9 • c r o s s c r e e k c c . c o m m Baked apples UPCOMING EVENTS Green beans Biscuit $11 per person Weekly Dinner At the Club Friday Night Lottery ° Every Friday evening 7 p.m. sharp! Fried Chicken Night Soup All starting at 6 p.m. with light hors She Crab Wednesday, May 15 d'oeuvres and cocktails, then at Wednesday, June 12 7 p.m. sharp is our member lottery! Carving Station Fried Chicken Plate comes with: The following names have been Roasted prime rib of beef with Fried chicken drawn for member lottery, but were au jus, horseradish sauce Mash potatoes & gravy not present: Jim Pell, Tyson Leonard, Brown sugar bourbon ham with Leo Theard, Sam Gentry, Henry Rowe, whole grain mustard and Cam Barnett, Gray Parker & John mini biscuits Club Contacts Stevens. Sorry guys only way to win is to be present! Clubhouse: 336-789-5193 Cold Displays Reservations encouraged. Shrimp cocktail Fax: 336-789-1826 Oysters on the half shell Deluxe salad bar with assorted Potato, Soup & Salad Bar Golf Shop: condiments and dressings Every Thursday ° 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. 336-789-5131 Tortellini salad $12 per person Couscous with tomato & mint Tennis & Pool: Mixed greens with Fruit salad 336-789-5600 assorted condiments Iceberg with assorted condiments Hot Food Chuck Gardner Grilled chicken General Manager Spinach & tomato egg casserole Baked potatoes with cheese sauce, [email protected] Crispy bacon and sausage links bacon, scallion, sour cream, Herb roasted chicken with and whipped butter Matt Masten sundried tomato jus lie 2 Fresh soups Golf Professional Carolina shrimp and grits Pasta salad/Tuna salad/Egg salad [email protected] Grilled salmon with strawberry salsa Assorted dessert Haricot verts with almonds Aaron Shaver Scalloped three cheese potatoes Executive Chef [email protected] Gourmet selection of artisan rolls Mother’s Day Magen Atkinson Desserts Sunday, May 12 Office Manager/Membership Assorted cakes, pies, cupcakes 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. [email protected] and wonderful treats Trevor Thomas $26 per person Kids Buffet Golf Course Superintendent $13 per child, 3-12 [email protected] Spaghetti & marinara 3 and under, free Chicken tenders n ] » d e u i n o C [ t

2 ] » d e u n i t n o C [ The Cross Creek Staff is happy to tennis members. Our spring member- provide some exciting updates for ship drive is in full swing, offering no our Members. The new Spring menu initiation fee and 3 months no dues e elcom W will be beginning in May. We have promotion that began April 1, with been testing our various recipes and further incentives continuing through New M em bers re excited to share them with you. a une. It’s not too late to tell your J Due to such great response, we friends about Cross Creek and our Jerry Watson Jim Redman will continue throughout membership offerings. Please contact Dwayne Cooke May and June with our Magen at [email protected] Trevor Bolen soup & salad bar. We will for any membership questions. Danny Niday be offering a Soup, Salad and Potato Bar weekly from Our calendar is loaded with activities 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Each week Cheesy tots and events for everyone in your fami- we will have assorted soups, Cupcakes ly to enjoy. Management is working cold salads, a make your own on additional events to ensure that style salad bar and hot baked we continue to keep the calendar full. potatoes with all the fixings! Also, Mother’s Day brunch buffet and the Memorial Day do not forget about our Annual pool opening Memorial Day cook out Cookout Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet, as well as are only weeks away, so please mark our Memorial Day cookout! As always, your calendar and plan to attend. We ° 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, May 27 I welcome any and all feedback, encourage you to participate in all we as it relates to your experience have to offer, this is what a club is all Celebrate the service of our here at Cross Creek. about. Your golf course is in fantastic forefathers with the annual shape transitioning to spring. Trevor Opening Day at Cross Creek pool In service, and his team are working hard on with burgers, hotdogs, and chicken Tree removal, tree trimming, and grilled to order. DJ, Blanton Youell, irrigation repairs, bunker repairs and r o n S h a v e r A a will be spinning requests clean up in common areas and play- Executive Chef for your entertainment. ground. Matt and the rest of the golf staff have been gearing up to get the season off to a great start. Both the Independence LGA (Ladies Golf Association) and A Note from the MGA (Men’s Golf Association) Day Pool Party the General have some great events planned ° Thursday, July 4 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Manager this year, so come on out. I am pleased to provide you with this What is the most American way Dining at the club continues to get update as well as ask for your input to celebrate Independence Day? better and better thanks to our exec- and feedback. Great things are hap- Lounging by the pool, savoring utive chef Aaron Shaver and the rest pening at Cross Creek Country Club. the smell of food hot off the grill! of the culinary team. Come on out Your feedback is vital to the overall Enjoy hot dogs, burgers & and enjoy some of his daily specials success of our club, so please don’t chicken grilled to order. and culinary delights. Thanks to our hesitate to offer comments and sug- membership and the feedback that gestions to any of your management we have received throughout staff. We can’t serve you well or the year. Our owners Ed & AROUND THE CLUB exceed your expectations without H. Woltz are continuing knowing how you feel about your to invest in the club and Cross Creek experience. Cross Creek its future. They have has experienced solid growth in, Letter from generously committed membership over the past year $50,000 in pool pump the Chef thanks to each of you. Our goal is room repairs and kitchen to see more full golf members join equipment. This upcoming Finally, it’s starting to feel like Spring. our great club as well as social and — 2—

3 year our partnership is more and lunch, games/crafts, cooking with important than ever and in return, Chef Aaron and swimming at the you will see our commitment to pool. Ages 5-12. Must have attended Save the Dates provide value in our amenities as well school. Space is limited. Sign-up by calling 336-789-5193 or emailing as to provide a higher level of service ° May 4 Kentucky Derby Pool [email protected] o that we can continue to exceed m s May 12 ° Mother’s Day Buffet your expectations. If there is anything May 18 ° Preakness Stakes Pool we can do please let me know. May 27 ° Memorial Day It is our pleasure. Cookout at the Pool GOLF NEWS June 8 ° Belmont Stakes Warm Regards, Cookout at Pool ° July 4 Labor Day ° September 2 Cookout at the pool Golf Course C h u c k G a n r e r d ° October 19 Oyster Roast Maintenance Halloween Carnival ° October 24 General Manager Dinner Theater November 9 ° [email protected] Spring has finally sprung. We have Breakfast with Santa ° December 7 spent a lot of time prepping the course and equipment for the golfing season. Now we can get to our rou- Summer Camp The golf course & golf shop will be tine maintenance schedule and closed during this time. We under- Tuesday, June 25-Friday, June 28 spend more time on detail. It is warm stand that this is an inconvenience Tuesday, July 23-Friday, July 26 enough for our warm season grasses to golfers, but is crucial to the life 8:45 a.m.-3 p.m. to start growing and greening up and health of our greens. Hopefully with no more setbacks from frost and the weather will cooperate so the cooler nights. We have projects we The cost is $175 for members and greens can heal quickly. Again, will be scheduling in as time allows $225 for guests. The cost includes thank you for your patience but most importantly, we will have daily golf and tennis lessons, snack, throughout this process. the course set up for you to have the most enjoyable round as possible each day. As a reminder, please Callaway observe all signage and please repair all ball marks. This will not Demo Day only make your next round more 1-5 p.m. May 11 ° enjoyable but will also help us ensure Now is the time to get ground- everyone has the best playing breaking distance from Callaway. surface possible as well as help the turf recover much faster. With warmer temperatures M ajor Golf approaching, I encourage everyone Cross Creek to take advantage of each ents Tournam Ladies Golf opportunity you can to come Association out and enjoy the course! May 18 ° Breakfast Texas Scramble Member-Member ° June 14-16 Our first official playdate is May 1. m s o a T r e v o r T h LGA Invitational June 20 ° We will be playing a nine hole Club Championship ° July 13 & 14 Golf Course Superintendent Captain's Choice and tee off is 10 a.m. Piedmont Women Golf This is a fun way to get our golfing Association August 8 ° season off to a fun start. Please call Member-Guest August 9-11 ° LGA Couples Invitational ° the Pro Shop by 5 p.m. the day Aerification August 24 before, in order that pairings can be MGA Fall Tournament ° made. For the rest of the season, the October 12 & 13 (Format TBD) Our fall aerification is scheduled for first Wednesday of every month will August 26-28, weather permitting. n » d e u i t ] o C [ n — 3—

4 ] » d e u n i t n o C [ locker room. Just sign up and leave your check for $45 payable to CCC-LGA in the envelope provided. C osaic M The format will be all Captain’s Explorer to Choice, teams being paired by our computer program. e Bobby Becom As usual, we will have all cash We are looking forward to a large Jones Links prizes, and in addition to our regular turnout for this and hope that all 50/50 Split the pot opportunity, Mosaic Explorer provided you with CCLGA Members will participate. we will be drawing for additional reciprocal benefits at Mosaic clubs and Make your plans to play! cash giveaways! ccess to clubs and experiences across a It's always a fun tournament. the United States. With our exciting Please mark your calendars transition from Mosaic to Bobby Jones for June 20. We look forward Links, Mosaic Explorer will disappear - to seeing you then! and reappear as Bobby Jones Explorer LPGA Golf 101 in April. We are using this change to enhance the benefits for you and your Boot Camp family, including providing concierge CC Men’s Golf Weekend service. Your feedback will help shape Bobby Jones Explorer into the recipro- Association ° 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Saturday, May 18 cal program you desire. Please take a Breakfast few minutes to complete the Bobby Sunday, May 19 1-4 p.m. ° Jones Explorer survey and share your Scramble feedback by visiting www.surveymon- Boot Camp style all in one key.com/r/BobbyJonesExplorer. Our Saturday, May 18 weekend, starting May 18-19. first new partner to join Bobby Jones Explorer is Premier Golf, the most expe- Saturday class will be from 9 a.m.- rienced golf travel company in America. Texas Scramble Format 12 p.m., and Sunday from 1-4 p.m. Premier Golf specializes in both domes- Breakfast 9 a.m. ° tic and internal travel planning. We 10 a.m. ° Shotgun start Taught by Maggie McCormick Class A will be announcing exciting travel $25 per player, includes LPGA Teaching & Club Professional. opportunities in the coming weeks. breakfast and tournament We will continue to keep you updated Please contact Maggie to sign up as additional details and benefits Please sign up by or for more information, email are added to Bobby Jones Explorer. Wednesday, May 15. [email protected] In the meantime, please contact us or call 336-710-3900. Or you to assist you with any pressing can sign up on her website at reciprocal requests. www.golflessonswithmaggie.com. LPGA Golf 101 be this format. After each Captain's This Intro to Golf Program, Choice, everyone is encouraged conducted by women for women, Ladies to stay and play a regular round. follows the overall student-centered. Invitational If you have not joined the Cross Creek LPGA Integrated Performance System Ladies Golf Association, it's not too guides you through a comprehensive Thursday, June 20 late. Just contact the Pro Shop and “Welcome to Golf” 6-module program let them know. We are looking for new or relatively new female The Ladies Golf Association would forward to a fun season of golf. golfers. You will take your first step in like to invite all lady members and Come out and join us. your journey to learn, play and enjoy friends to attend our annual Ladies CCLGA members please check your the game of golf. You’re LPGA Invitational Golf Tournament on invitational schedules for upcoming Professional will provide you with Thursday, June 20, 2019. dates in May and June. Sign-up a base of knowledge, golf skills and This event is for fun and sheets will be posted in the Ladies' most importantly the confidence fellowship and all level of golfers Locker Room. Please be aware of required to get on course. are encouraged to play. deadline dates for each of these. There will be a sign-up sheet posted Also please note that Cross Creek's Program Features on the bulletin board in the Ladies Ladies Invitational will be June 20. Let’s Get the Ball Rolling – Putting ° — 4—

5 F u n w i t h t h e E a s t e r B u n n y ! ° Getting the Ball on the Green – Chipping ° Getting the Ball in the Air – Spring/Summer Pitching M enu Full Swing – It’s All About ° Connection Keep an eye out for Chef Aaron’s ° BIG Clubs and Bunker Play – pring Menu coming in May! S Empowering You’re Game Putting it All Together – Getting ° Comfortable On-Course Sessions will include handouts and ship, we have implemented a golf equipment recommendations. member referral program to Fee: $200 coincide with our no initiation fee. Please contact Magen Atkinson at [email protected] for any The Best Club membership questions. Please tell your friends about Cross Creek and Value Just Got our membership offerings. With Even Better! your help, we can make Cross Creek creekcc.com to reserve your Country Club the best place to The Best Club Value Just date before it’s too late! be in Mount Airy. Got Even Better for our Clubhouse & Sports Members Need Help With Email Blast There’s never been a better time to upgrade your membership to a Full Your Game? From The Club Membership. You can now treat yourself, your clients, and friends to Call Maggie McCormick, your LPGA Our main form of communication golf, a great meal, or a family day at Teaching & Club Professional. is through email blast. We keep the pool. With your help, we can you updated with dining specials, make Cross Creek Country Club golf tournaments & special events. Junior Lesson Packages the best experience in Mount Airy! ° $45 One hour lesson Email [email protected] Three lesson series $125 ° If you are not receiving emails for details. Five lessons series ° $150 on a regular basis, please call the office and have your email added. We don’t want our members to miss Adult Lesson Package out on all the exciting happenings Membership ° $60 One hour lesson going on at Cross Creek! Three lessons series ° $165 First we want to say thank you. Five lessons series ° $250 It’s the members support that makes Cross Creek Country Club a special Bring a Friend Lesson Package Let Cross Creek place. As you are aware, the success ° $50 each 2 people Host Your of any private club starts with the 3 people $40 each ° member dues line. Cross Creek has Next Event! 4 people ° $30 each experienced solid growth in member- Now is the time to book your ship over the past year thanks to each Custom group lesson includes banquet, business meeting, birthday of you. Our goal is to see more full 1 hour and a half of instruction on party, wedding, or party. We are golf members join our great club as a skill of your choice, range balls, taking reservations for all of 2019. well as social and tennis members. video analysis and practice plan With spring comes our membership for each golfer. drive. In an effort to continue the Call Chuck Gardner at 336-789-5193 Call 336-710-3900 or visit wonderful growth in our member- or email at [email protected] www.golflessonswithmaggie.com. — 5—

6 may wednesday thursday friday saturday tuesday sunday Monday 4 3 12 Soup, Salad Member Kentucky Ladies and Lottery Derby Pool Play Day otato Bar P 56789 10 11 Cinco De Mayo Soup, Salad Golf Only M e m b e r Ladies and (Clubhouse Sports Bar L o t t e r y Play Day Potato Bar Closed) Serving Drinks & Hot Dogs, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 5 1 12 18 14 17 13 16 Mother’s Day Preakness Ladies Stakes Pool Mother’s Day Soup, Salad Golf Only Play Day Member Buffet and (Clubhouse Breakfast Lottery Potato Bar Closed) Fried Chicken Texas Sports Bar Night Scramble Serving Drinks & Hot Dogs, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 25 19 22 20 23 24 See You at the Ladies Sports Bar Soup, Salad Golf Only Member Club Play Day Serving Drinks and (Clubhouse Lottery this Month! & Hot Dogs, Potato Bar Closed) Dogfight 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Z 30 31 29 26 28 27 Memorial Day Ladies Sports Bar Memorial Day Soup, Salad Member Play Day Serving Drinks Pool Party and Lottery & Hot Dogs, Potato Bar Dogfight 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Golf Only (Clubhouse Closed) Clubhouse: 336-789-5193 • Golf Shop: 336-789-5131 • Tennis & Pool: 336-789-5600

7 june wednesday thursday Monday friday tuesday saturday 1 5 34 678 Sports Bar Dogfight Golf ONly Soup, Salad Belmont Serving Drinks Member (Clubhouse and Ladies Stakes & Hot Dogs, Lottery Closed) Potato Bar Play Day 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 9 15 12 10 14 13 11 flag day Sports Bar Dogfight Member Soup, Salad Golf Only Member Serving Drinks Lottery and (Clubhouse Ladies Member & Hot Dogs, Potato Bar Closed) Play Day 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Member Member 22 16 20 19 17 21 father’s day Ladies See You Sports Bar Invitational Dogfight at the Golf ONly Member Serving Drinks Club (Clubhouse Lottery Soup, Salad Ladies & Hot Dogs, this Month! Closed) and Play Day 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Potato Bar Z Member Member 27 26 28 25 24 23/30 Dogfight Soup, Salad Sports Bar Member Golf ONly and Serving Drinks Ladies Lottery Kids Camp (Clubhouse Potato Bar & Hot Dogs, Play Day Closed) Kids Camp 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Kids Camp Kids Camp Clubhouse: 336-789-5193 • Golf Shop: 336-789-5131 • Tennis & Pool: 336-789-5600 S N L I K

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