Food and beverage
Join us for dinner this evening as we kick off the stone crab season.
- Deep fried mushrooms with a creamy horseradish sauce
- Chicken wings (non-breaded)
- Venison chili
Stone crab platter
- House salad
- One pound of large stone crab (hot or cold)
- We will weigh, then crack it for you and serve “lollipop” style
- New potatoes in a butter garlic sauce
- Vegetable of the day
- Drawn butter, lemon, spicy mustard and cocktail sauce
Additional stone crab available at $40++ per pound
- Prime rib au-jus
- Rack of venison, marinated, grilled and served with a balsamic glaze
- Veal chop with a roasted red pepper and onion balsamic reduction
- Dover sole with lemon butter sauce
- Red snapper almandine with honey bourbon sauce
- Shrimp and scallops over fettucine with lemon butter sauce
- Other entrée options
- Stuffed pork tenderloin
Thanks to all who participated in the Lone Palm kick-off and demo day. We had a best ball blind draw (net) with the following results:
1st Place Buddy Register/Matt Gardner 62
2nd Place Richard Fulmer/Kevin Adkins 63 (scorecard playoff)
3rd place Ed Crenshaw/Kyle Thomas 63
New this week:
- Titleist 917 drivers and fairway woods
- Antigua golf shirts, shorts, and outerwear for women
- Columbia golf shirts and outerwear for men
- Under Armour golf shirts for men
- Johnnie-O shorts and slacks for men
- Ahead ball markers, divot tools, hat clips, wallets and coasters from
Upcoming golf events:
- Stag Day at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, October 26. Format will be 2 best balls of 4 gross and net.
- The Mixer at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 5. Format will be a couples’ scramble.
- The Ringer tournament will take your best hole scores (gross and net) for four months starting November 1.
- PING demo day from 12-4 p.m. on November 12.
- Ladies Clinic every Thursday at 10 a.m.
- On the last Thursday of each month, MJ will play nine holes with the ladies at 4 p.m.
The course is in good shape. The quality of our new irrigation system, as well as recent weather, have allowed us to run very little overhead irrigation and still have excellent turf coverage. However, in the next couple of days and weeks, you may see the irrigation heads running to “water in” fertilizer and other chemical applications as we prepare for the cooler months. Be assured that we will only be running overhead irrigation as needed. Please remember to continue the good practices of ball mark repair, filling divots and raking bunkers.