News from the General Manager
I feel like a new parent this month with rather a large brood of cygnets, goslings and ducklings to care for! It’s lovely to see all the youngsters enjoying their first paddle in the water or waddle on the golf course. In parallel it is also lovely to see our youngest members enjoying the Club too whether taking swimming lessons, trying out golf for the first time or joining the creche holiday activities.
Last month’s quiz winners were Phil and Carol Jones and Steve and Nicki Penny now to be known as the Dik Diks (nope, I have no idea either, I still need to Google it) – well done!
The July Quiz is on Tuesday 30th at 7.30pm and is only £5 per team – check notice boards for full details.
All round wellbeing is incredibly important to many people and the monthly nutrition workshops, first aid sessions, book club and film nights help to achieve the work/life balance you are looking for. To continue this theme in July we are holding a couple of ‘singing for wellbeing’ taster sessions – more details further in the newsletter.
If you are traditionally a weekend golfer, due to work commitments, why not relax and play 9 holes midweek evenings – blow away the cobwebs and stretch those muscles which have been stuck behind a desk all day.
With golf in mind, after the success of last year’s event we are holding another Ping Custom Fitting Day on Monday 1st July (4pm-8pm) when one-to-one appointments are available with a Ping Master Fitter.
With millions of custom fitting combinations for men, ladies and juniors what have you got to lose – except points off your handicap! Book your appointment with Reception.
Are you one of those members who want to try working out in the sunshine but aren’t sure what to do – come and ask the Wellness team for advice to get the best out of combining gym and outdoor exercise.
Finally, a quick reminder about the driveway – even with speed humps a number of members are driving down the drive at speed causing those going in the opposite direction to swerve on to the grass verges to let others pass, rather than a passing point. There are also a number of members who walk up and down the driveway so please be courteous to all and slow it down!