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The Wintergreen Clubhouse is open to golfers & public, featuring a different food or beverage special daily. Check out events calendar for the weekly tee time specials as well! Don’t forget – 5 domestic beers & cooler bag are just $30 at the Caddy Shack, daily! Stop by on your way to Tee #1.
The course is in great shape and we would like to keep it that way! So, please remember the 3 R’s of golf; 1) Repair your ball marks on the green By repairing your ball marks on the green we can keep the course looking great and in top playable condition for your next round!
Note from Tom Day: “If you’re struggling with any part of your game, I offer individual as well as group lesson packages. If you have a friend or friends that you want to take lessons with, come and see me in the Pro Shop. On behalf of all the Pro Shop staff, we wish you
This summer check out the new option on tap for beverages including Rolling Rock, Shock Top Belgian Ale & Goose Island Honkers Ale! Plus don’t miss the new and delicious Steak or Chicken Tornado’s as well as a fresh daily soup in the Caddy Shack!
Celebrate Father’s Day all weekend at Wintergreen! Start with the Nine & Dine on Friday, then visit the Pro Shop for 25% OFF all Men’s clothing and 15% OFF all Men’s shoes (sale from 19th – 21st). Join us in the Clubhouse where we’ll be showing the US Open with sound and featuring a dinner feature
Everyone had a great time that attended the Wintergreen Open on May 23rd. The weather was excellent and the meal that followed was incredible! Golf, friends and delicious food, what more could you ask for?! Some seasonal memberships are still available – more info.
Our Food & Beverage Manager, Brett Greenslade is getting ready to shave his curly locks this weekend! In a fundraiser for Childhood Cancer Canada, Brett will be shaving his head on Saturday! To donate or for more information visit the donation website.
The course came through the winter fairly well. A lot of work went on throughout the winter to keep ice off the some of the greens and it seems to have paid off. It has been nice to have some great weather to get things going this year and an early start was nice for a change,