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On The Course

ON THE COURSE

2017 SUMMER IS HERE. THE WEATHER WILL BE HOT SO KEEP
PLENTY OF WATER WITH YOU AS YOU PLAY GOLF.


Kings Point Residents, please take note of a tee time booking change…
Residents of Kings Point are now able to call at 6:15 in the morning, this gives residents the opportunity to schedule a tee time prior to nonresidents.

 

 


 

18th Season of Free Golf Lessons to start in the Fall of 2017 golf instructor Rich Chiodo, provides 5 one-hour lessons, designed to introduce the game of golf to non-golfers. Lessons will cover the basic principles of golf, including golf etiquette, golf cart safety, golf club grip and swing techniques, unlimited use of the practice area, free use of clubs and various other educational material. Signup is at the Par 3 pro shop, call 499-0140 for further
information.

 

 


 

Two Minutes Only… Fishing for Golf Balls … please be mindful that a two-minute time limit applies for looking the ball you hit into the water. Fishing for balls other than the ball you are playing is prohibited.

 

 

 

 


 

Stay Hydrated… Remember to drink plenty of fluids especially during the hot summer months while you are on the course or doing any outdoor activities.Water and PowerAde are available in vending machines and at the Snack Bar.

 

 

 

                              Lake Okeechobee…

 

As of May 2, 2017 the level of Lake Okeechobee is 14.16′, the level has actually dropped over the past several months due to the lack of rain. Please encourage your management companies to preserve water and only irrigate when necessary, South Florida Water Management has requested residents continue to make a serious effort to preserve water. Please visit www.sfwmd.gov to learn
more about current drought conditions and to learn what Palm Beach County residents can do to help preserve water.


 

Please feel free to call 561-381-2037 if you have any questions or suggestions for the golf courses.