Cassel Hills Newsletter – April, 2016
In this issue: Spring Sale- Titleist Loyalty Program – Weekend Package Events - Golf Leagues – Job Applications – Course Rating – Rants & Raves
Spring Sale – All items from 30%-50% off
Some holdover items still remain. Foot-Joy and Under Armour (Men’s and Women’s) shirts, Adidas Outerwear and Shoes, and some select golf balls from Titleist and Bridgestone.
Titleist Loyalty Rewards Program ends April 15
If you play the Titleist ProV1 golf ball, you will never find a better deal. Buy three dozen for $139, and get a fourth dozen free. Includes your choice of number and personalization up to 17 letters.
Weekend Package Events
Saturday and Sunday events start on April, 9. Entry fee is $2.50. Golf credit is awarded for Low Gross, Low Net, Closest to Pin and Straight Drive Contests. Cassel Hills Weekend Handicap or GHIN required to be eligible to enter.
A reminder that all golf leagues will be having their organizational meetings and beginning play for the 2016 season. If you are a league participant, you can go to the web site for all league activity. If you are a casual player looking to play some weekday evening golf check the schedule for league times and start dates.
We are always looking for good people to join the team at Cassel Hills Golf Course. If you are looking for employment, or know someone that is, please pick up an employment application at the golf counter or at the Vandalia City building.
Golf Course Rating
The Miami Valley Golf Association will assign a new rating to Cassel Hills Golf Course. The formal process will take place on Monday, July 18. This rating update is necessary as the golf course has changed quite a bit over the last decade. Some new tees have been built, some teeing areas have been eliminated, as well as necessary bunker elimination and the loss of numerous ash trees.
Rants & Raves
Adam Scott: His amicable divorce from anchored putting sure gives those of us who struggle with the flat stick some hope!
Ping G Series: The Ping Golf Company continues to be the leader in the development of radical game improvement equipment. The new G series is a continuation of the hottest selling clubs in the game. Newly designed drivers, irons and wedges and a new category called Crossover. This is a hybrid that is designed to replace the long irons. We will have the ability to fit you in this equipment. If interested contact John or Marc.
Jim Herman: On Sunday April 3, you witnessed a real rarity, a player who started as a club professional, and rise through the ranks to become a winner on the PGA Tour. Born and raised in Cincinnati, and after playing golf for UC, Jim started as an Assistant Professional at The Vineyards GC, part of the Hamilton County Park District System. From there he joined his buddy, Steve Weider at PGA Golf Club, and eventually ended up as an assistant at Trump International in New Jersey. Donald Trump at one point sponsored Jim on the tour. Those of us the Southern Ohio PGA have known about Jim’s talent for 20 years. Tough noogies Leo Durocher, nice guys do finish first!