Golf Specials for August 26th – September 2nd
Saturday from 1-2 Golf for 25% off
Sunday from 1-2 Golf for 25% off
Monday – Friday after 1-2 pm Golf for 25% off
Monday – Friday from 4-6 pm Golf for 25% off
2. Lucky Card Draw
Sep 2nd jackpot starting amount is $ 6489.00
Draw time is 9:30 pm
The lucky card is the King of clubs.
22 cards remain.
License # 1401-TH
3. Upcoming events and tournaments poster:
4. Membership Specials
New member price is $ 585 with the purchase of a share. Early bird rate for current shareholders is $ 785. (Shares are $ 400)
Currently a member? Receive $ 100 off your membership when you refer a new member. Do it 8 times and get your membership for free!
5. Tournament Results
Guess who’s cooking dinner?
We are pleased to have McGee’s Family restaurant located at our golf course!
Members can book tee-times online by using their Member ID as their username, which they can get by calling us here in the Pro Shop (204 745 2366)
The password for all members is “golf“
Carman Golf & Curling Club has created a way to make golf affordable again!
If you come to our course on a weekend and played golf with a cart, the price is $60.00. If you factor in gas and food, you are looking at about $90 when the day is over. If you played once a month over the summer you would pay $630, almost the same amount as a member. Why not become a member and play unlimited golf?
We have initiated a program to allow golfers to become members and pay in eight installments. Instalments begin January 1st so sign up today.
An adult shareholder can play unlimited golf for $100ish a month!
Here is how you register:
- Print off and fill out two pages: 1. The Direct Payment Service letter. 2. The Carman Golf & Curling Club Membership application letter
- Drop off or send in the two pages with a personal cheque unsigned and marked VOID.
- Payments will begin January 1st and end August 1st.
If you have any questions call Dean at 204 745 2366 or email at: email@example.com
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Dean North, General Manager
Rob Hamm, CGSA Superintendant