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First Fridays

Don't forget, first Friday is November 5th!! Enjoy live music and Prime Rib Dinner with family and friends! What a great way to enjoy the sunset, socialize, and stay warm with our new heaters and blankets on the patio or inside where it's toasty and warm. Your 2021 Classic Fall Season Memories await! Bring friends. Grab a seat by the fire! PS. Did you know you can book your dining reservations online? Download the app for more info.

Thanksgiving Dinner To Go

Back by popular demand is our 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Dinner To Go. We had such incredible feedback last year that we couldn't miss the opportunity to give our members the chance to let Oakhurst Country Club's Executive Chef Ruby Oliveros and her talented team do the shopping, cooking, and cleaning for your holiday event. Place your orders by November 19th, 2021 by email to Marnie Harvey. Click the button below for the menu and pricing!

A Cheery Christmas Event

Oakhurst Country Club is planning a VERY Merry Christmas this year. The REAL Santa Claus will be attending, and he wants to meet the members of Oakhurst! Complete with a holiday photo backdrop to capture your Christmas 2021 Memories, Santa & his helpers can't wait to take photos with you! You'll enjoy sipping on seasonal drinks, snacking on Christmas treats, and even decorating an ornament, too! Leave with your photo & some amazing memories!
Please join us the night of Friday, November 12th 5:30pm - 9:30pm for a night to remember - including a plated dinner, DJ, bar, and a Silent Auction - all funds raised go to support T1D Juvenile Diabetes Research! Hosted by Stephanie Keeler. skeeler13@gmail.com

1st Annual Ed Lexon Charity Event

Supporting ALS Foundation, in honor of Ed Lexon, we will have our first annual Ed Lexon Charity Tournament: 8:30AM Shotgun start on Saturday, November 13, 2021. Drew Hagen will personally match all donation amounts! This tournament is open to all Oakhurst Members and friends, and golfers of all abilities. We will play a fun 4 person blind draw scramble tournament with an 8:30AM Shotgun start on Saturday, November 13, 2021. We will charge your Oakhurst account for the $60 entry fee. You can sign up in person at the proshop or by emailing Drew at dhagen@IV.com. Search @Drew-Hagen-1 to Venmo Drew and he will match all donations to ALS Foundation!

The 2021 Halloween Event Was A Success!

Thank you so much for giving Oakhurst staff the pleasure of seeing all your incredible costumes and participation in our Halloween event. It was truly excellent to see the effort you all put into your costumes. You all looked amazing. Please enjoy the photos below, and the announcement of the best costume contest winners.

Costume Contest Winners

Cutest Monsters
Best Retro Throwback
Belles of the Ball
Holy Guacamole - Cutest Avocado
Most Authentic Costume
Best Dressed
Coolest Cats
Most MARVEL-ous
Spookiest Couple
Cruell-est Devilles
IT - Scariest Costume & Best Overall

Contra Costa Safety Protocol

Update by Marnie Harvey, General Manager

With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations declining, Contra Costa County will lift masking requirements on Nov. 1 in certain indoor settings where everyone is fully vaccinated.

Eligible settings are in controlled spaces not open to the general public, including offices, gyms and fitness centers, employee commuter vehicles, indoor college classes and organized gatherings in any other indoor setting, such as a religious gathering.

Under the order, participating businesses, organizations and hosts must verify that all patrons, employees and attendees are fully vaccinated before allowing people inside their facilities not to wear face coverings. There can be no more than 100 persons present at these facilities, and the group of those present must gather on a regular basis. Those present should also not have COVID-19 symptoms.

"This will allow vaccinated people to feel safe removing their masks at the office and when they're working out at the gym," said Dr. Chris Farnitano, health officer for Contra Costa County. "Of course, people in these places can keep wearing masks if that makes them feel more comfortable."

Indoor-masking requirements would remain in effect for the time-being in public settings, such as bars, restaurants and retail stores until other targets are met. Masking would also still be required in indoor K-12 school settings.

Open Hours

  • SWIMMING POOL: 5:00AM - 6:00PM 7 DAYS
  • TENNIS COURTS: 5:00AM - 11:00PM 7 DAYS
  • FITNESS CENTER: 5:00AM - 10:00PM 7 DAYS
  • RESTAURANT & BAR: 11:00AM - 9:00PM FRI - SAT / 11:00AM - 7:00PM THU & SUN
  • GOLF SHOP: 6:30AM - 5PM TUES - SUN
  • 9TH HOLE SNACK SHOP: 10:00AM - 4:00PM TUES - SUN

Upcoming Wedding Fair & Affected Access

Oakhurst will be hosting the 2021 Bridal Fairview Oakhurst Wedding Fair from 12PM - 3PM on Sunday, November 7. The fair will be located in the upstairs banquet event rooms and terraces as well as the Oakhurst Vista Wedding Site. Please be advised that there will be limited parking between 12PM - 3PM and we ask that you please utilize our downstairs clubhouse entrances to access dining services.

November Calendar

  • November 5 First Friday Live Music and Prime Rib
  • November TBD Wedding Ceremony/Reception Tree 3pm-10pm
  • November 12 JDRF Fundraiser Event: DJ, Dinner & Silent Auction
  • November 13 The Ed Lexon Texas Scramble MGC
  • November 20 OWGC Turkey Shoot
  • November 24 Turkey To Go Dinner Pick Up

December Calendar

  • December 1 OWGC Awards Luncheon
  • December 9 Santa Claus & Eggnog Event 4PM - 6PM
  • December 11 Holiday Classic MGC
  • December 24 Prime Rib To Go
  • December 31 New Years Eve

Advisory Board

by Rich Villalobos, AB President

Cast Your Vote!

Advisory Board Election season is upon us and voting is officially OPEN today through November 20, 2021. Election winners will be announced November 21, 2021. Click the button below to cast your vote. Check out the home page of the app for more info about each candidate.

Member Participation

Did you know members wishing to address the OAB are welcome? You simply need to submit the issue or topic in advance to myself five days in advance to be placed on the meeting agenda. I want to hear from you!


Meeting Minutes

Golf Course

Aeration Continues


We have recently placed higher priority on correcting the matricaria discoidea (pineappleweed) that has been observed on our greens recently. This is the perfect time of year to go after this particular problem, so we are treating the affected areas aggressively with a selective herbicide.Rest assured, treatment areas will not negatively affect the poa annua or bent grass. During this correction process, you can expect to see bronze spots on the green. This is normal and anticipated, and is an indication that the treatment was effective. Peder's team have immediately begun the next step - plugging those treated areas to promote aeration and encourage new growth of poa annua or bent grass.

Golf Pro Tips: How to Break 90

Caring For The Course: Divots & Ball Marks

Pro Shop Deals

Members! The gift - giving season is right around the corner. Stay ahead of the game by shopping discount deals at the Oakhurst Country Club Golf Shop, open Tuesday - Sunday 6:30AM - 5PM. Our staff are ready to help you pick out the perfect gift for the golfer in your life! Shop deals on top brands!! Plus - the golf shop has a new selection of men's and women's attire.

Ladies' Golf Club

Update by Gayle Duncan, Captain of Ladies' Golf Club

Once you join the Ladies’ Golf Club, you can sign up on the app. To join, contact our Membership Chairperson, Ann Brady at: amcdcpa@gmail.com.

To play in our tournaments you will need a valid handicap, and an NCGA GHIN number. We invite lady golfers that might be interested in our group to come out on a Wednesday and play with us.

Starting this Wednesday, Nov. 3rd through March 2, 2022: Ladies Play - Shotgun Start at 9:00AM. When you check in at the Pro Shop, Evan will let you know who you are playing with and what hole you will be starting at. See you on the course!

Best Ball Winners

Thank you to all who came out on the last day of our regular season! We had a great time socializing on the patio after our round of golf.

  • First Place Jennifer Wright, Linda Higgins, and Gayle Duncan- 9 under with a 63 net
  • Second Place Cindy Wilson, Sandy Mazza, and Sandy Sue Mocco- also 9 under with a 63 net, but lost in a card off on the back nine.
  • Third Place Deborah Robertson, Nancy Hedglen, and Akiko Wiley- 8 under with a 64
  • Fourth Place Linda Tsai, G Coddington, and Denise Leveroni- 4 under with a 68.

Upcoming Events

  • Turkey Shoot- Saturday, November 20th, 9:00 Shotgun- Kelly Millino is finalizing the menu and will send out more info soon.
  • SAVE THE DATE !!! December Awards Lunch, Friday, December 3rd, at 12:30, Diablo Room, Oakhurst CC.

Men's Golf Club

by Drew Hagen, President of Men's Club, Greens Committee, Bunkers Committee


2022 Men’s Club Dues WILL NOT be increasing and WILL be in your next month’s statement.

General information:

Tournament entry fees are $30 unless noted below and are billed to your Oakhurst Account. If you are 70 years of age or older you can elect to play from the White Tees unless noted below. Each tournament entry is open about one month prior to the event and entries close the Friday at 5:00pm prior to the event. Most Handicaps will be used on the entry deadline date. (The Member-Guest and the Member-Member have earlier entry deadlines) We have a tournament handicapping system, for details please visit our website at www.oakhurstmensclub.com.

2022 Schedule

  • January 8 Tournament of 2021 Champions
  • Jan. 10-13 Tee Box Aerification
  • January 22 NCGA 4-Ball Net (2-Man Better-Ball)
  • February 19 NCGA Zone Qualifier (Better 2-Ball of 4)
  • Feb. 21-24 Fairway Aerification
  • March 12 Stableford Format ABCD Blind Draw
  • March 14-16 Greens Aerification (hollow tine)
  • April 9 NCGA SENIOR 4-Ball Net (2-Man Better-Ball)
  • April 18-20 Fairway Aerification
  • May Presidents Cup Match Play Begins
  • May 7th & 8th Stroke Play Club Championship
  • May 9-11 Greens Aerification (solid tine)
  • June 16th – 18th Member Guest Invitational
  • June 20-22 Tee Box Aerification
  • July 9 6,6,6 (You choose 6 white, 6 gold & 6 black tees)
  • July 11-13 Fairway Aerification
  • July 18-20 Greens Aerification (solid tine)
  • August 11th (6:30pm) Calcutta Dinner for the Member-Member
  • August 27th & 28th Annual Member-Member
  • September 10 Annual Senior Open (white tees)
  • Sept. 12-14 Tee Box Aerification
  • September 24th & 25th Match Play Club Championship (qual 24th)
  • October 1st & 2nd Match Play CC (Matches)
  • Oct. 3-5 Greens Aerification (solid needle tine)
  • November 12 The Ed Lexon Texas Scramble (Charity Event)
  • December 10 Holiday Classic

Match Play Club Championship Winners

Joe Ronco
Bob Bucey
Jason Stoddard
James Gee

Senior's Golf Club


Membership in the Oakhurst Senior Program is open to all male members aged 50 or over. You do not have to be a member of the Men’s Club to join. Dues are currently $50 per year, which the Senior Golf Committee uses to fund prizes and scrip. For further information and details, contact Senior Program Co-Chairman Steve Larragueta by email at Larraguetas@Yahoo.com.

Firefighters Tournament

It was our pleasure to host this event for the Firefighters!! Excellent group of guys

NCGA Mid Amateur 4 Ball Champion - Bobby Bucey

Congratulations to Oakhurst Golf Member, Bobby Bucey Jr. After 2+ months off battling a shoulder injury, NCGA Mid Amateur 4 Ball Champions at Poppy Hills GC.

Ambassador's Article:

by Christine Anderson, Ambassador's Committee President

I was out of town and missed the Halloween Party! I saw so many great costumes on Instagram, and the cute little ones were such a great “treat” to see! The staff members were in great costume too! I hope those of you who were there had a blast. It sure looks like it was fun!

There are still a few club charity events coming up, and then the Holidays will be upon us! Please know there are some creative ways to enjoy your friends and family without having to cook everything on your own. The advertisements for the upcoming events will be coming to your inbox or in the ForeTees App Homepage soon.

Rules Article:

by Christine Anderson, NCGA Rules Official

I just worked my last NCGA Tournament for the year, and I felt it was good to share some of the biggest issues we had this year. A few created of them brought severe penalties including disqualifications.

One situation was where a husband and wife played in a Tournament as a team, and one of them had 15 clubs in their bag and used it along with their other 14. They didn’t figure out they had too many clubs until the end of the round. That alone didn’t cause the disqualification but the additional rules infringement of using their range finder with the slope function still on did.

Another repeated “rules offense” is when players take relief, but incorrectly. I’ve had to give the general penalty to a few players when they hit a Provisional Ball from the tee after their ball clearly went into a penalty area. Then, they come-up to the area where their original ball crossed the margin of the penalty area and decided to take relief from the penalty area not knowing that the Provisional Ball is the ball in play under the Stroke and Distance option. A 2-stroke penalty is much better than the player playing from a wrong place and playing a wrong ball without correcting it. That penalty is disqualification.

The last thing that was also repeated (not by the same player) is hitting another player’s ball while putting on the putting green. Asking the other player to mark their ball before you putt takes a lot less effort, than writing those 2 additional and unnecessary penalties on your scorecard.

Let’s avoid penalties through the next golf season…and beyond!

Member Shout Out

On October 27th and 28th, three Oakhurst Couples, The Bradys, the Howells and The Andersons played against 80 other couples in a traditional WGANC Legacy Golf Tournament called the “Hers n His”. This event was a Flip-Flop which means half of the field plays on one course and then switch to where the other half first played. Thus, the flip-flop term. We played the first day at beautiful Serrano Country Club in El Dorado Hills and the second day was at Sierra View Country Club in Roseville. The fall foliage was stunning against the beautiful blue skies and green fairways. It was a little brutal because both days were cart path only thanks to the big storm that came in the weekend before. Serrano had bunkers that were clearly unplayable, so we were very familiar with managing the minor abnormal course conditions.

All three couples were in the same flight, and the Bradys and the Howells were in one of the top 3 places after the first day. The Andersons didn’t do so well, but we met two other great couples and saw friends we have not seen in over a year and a half…so that was a successful event for them. The Howells didn’t play as well as the first day, and the Andersons didn’t either, but the Bradys were tied for 2nd place in the C-Flight, Net. In the end the Bradys took 2nd place in the card off. I was asked to help pass out the awards as an available NCGA Women’s Committee Member, and I was very proud to give the awards to my friends and fellow Oakhurst Members. Congratulations to Ann McDonough (Brady) and her husband Marty Brady, you made Oakhurst Proud!


by Ruby Oliveros, Executive Head Chef

Mixed in with our favorites and classics, is our seasonally new menu we launched in October. Chef Ruby Oliveros and her team of culinary professionals have created some excellent new options. Did you know - we base what dishes we keep on the menu after a seasonal change on the top items ordered. If you want to see your favorite dishes stick around, make sure you order it often! To go orders count too!


by Jacob Ortega, USTA Head Pro & Tennis Director, Chris Gasparro, Assistant Pro

As the weather changes from summer to fall and we start receiving more rain we would just like to remind people about not putting wet tennis balls into the ball machine as this can damage or even break it entirely. We will do our best to maintain the courts and keep them prepared for play, but for any questions about court conditions contact the Golf Pro Shop at 925.672.9737
Alright sports and tennis members another month, another newsletter! For USTA we are about halfway through the season for combo leagues. Listed below are the remaining home matches if you are interested in supporting any of the Oakhurst teams. This is a good way to meet new players or see if competing on a team would be something you are interested in.

Home Match Schedule:

  • 11/1/2021 Monday 6:30PM 9PM 5.5 Combo Team
  • 11/7/2021 Sunday 4PM 7PM 7.5 Combo Team
  • 11/11/2021 Thursday 6:30PM 9PM 6.5 Combo Team
  • 11/16/2021 Tuesday 6:30PM 9:30PM 7.5 Combo Team
  • 11/28/2021 Sunday 4PM 7PM 7.5 Combo Team
  • 12/2/2021 Thursday 6:30PM 9PM 6.5 Combo Team

USTA Teams & Captains:

  • Combo Women’s League 5.5 – Kelly Sanchez
  • Combo Women’s League 6.5 – Kelly Sanchez
  • Combo Women’s League 7.5 – Kris Karr

Tennis Events:

  • Drop-in Clinics – Mondays and Fridays from 10 – 11am. Open to all skill levels with an emphasis on playing points. $20 members / $30 non-members.
  • Friday Night Tennis – Fridays from 6 - 7pm. Drop-in clinic for all skill levels. Drinks provided afterwards. $20 members / $30 non-members.

Oakhurst Tennis Fall Program

Monday – Thursday

  • Tiny Mites (Beginners: Pre-K - 1st Grade) 4:00 – 4:30pm $15 Member/ $17 Non-Member per class
  • Future Stars (Beginners through Intermediate: Grades 2 - 6) 4:30 – 5:30pm $21 Member/ $25 Non-Member per class
  • Junior Team (Advanced - Tournament Level Players, typically Grades 7+) 5:30 – 6:30pm $25 Member/ $28 Non-Member per class

Package Deals

  • Tiny Mites 8 Classes: $110 Member/ $120 Non-Member | 12 Classes: $140 Member/ $160 Non-Member
  • Future Stars 8 Classes: $150 Member/ $170 Non-Member | 12 Classes: $215 Member/ $240 Non-Member
  • Junior Team 8 Classes: $195 Member/ $215 Non-Member | 12 Classes: $240 Member/ $260 Non-Member

Cost & Cancellation Policy: Package must be purchased prior to attending. Packages expire 3 months from purchase date if not completed. Cancellations must be made before 10am on the day of the class. To check weather status contact Jake Ortega. Mobile: (925) 681-8173. Email: jacobortega925@gmail.com

*Please make all checks payable to Oakhurst C.C.

Tennis Stringing

Contact Chris Gasparro for Tennis Stringing. Phone number (925) 381-7543


by Jacob Ortega & Chris Gasparro

Pool Rules

  1. Private pool, members and their guests only.
  2. Swim at your own risk when no lifeguard is on duty.
  3. No running, diving, pushing or unnecessary noise.
  4. Glass containers are not permitted in the pool area.
  5. No pets permitted in the pool area.
  6. Children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult when no lifeguard is on duty.
  7. Diapered persons are not allowed in the pool.
  8. When wet, slippers and towels must be used before entering office/clubhouse.
  9. Management reserves the right to deny use of the pool to anyone at any time.
  10. All guests must be in proper swim attire.

Fitness Center

by Jacob Ortega & Chris Gasparro

Key Cards

Key Cards that let Sports and Golf Members in to the Fitness Center and Swimming Pool areas are available for pick up at the golf shop reception desk! They are already activated, just sign your name and card number on the clipboard and you're ready to go!

COVID 19 proof of vaccination or negative test result mandate: All members must register in the Pro Shop and show proof of vaccination prior to use of the Fitness Center or provide a Negative Test Result (within 72 hours). If you are already registered it is not necessary to check in for future visits (except for negative test results outside of 72 hours)

Fitness Center Rules

  1. Fitness Center is open Daily from 5am – 10pm
  2. The facility is available to Golf and Sport Oakhurst Country Club members.
  3. All members using the Fitness Center do so at their own risk. Signed liability waiver must be on file for all members using the Fitness Center.
  4. The Fitness Center is available to 16 and older members ONLY. Any 14- & 15-year-old members should be accompanied by their member parents. No 13-year-old and younger children are allowed at any time.
  5. If a member is waiting to use fitness equipment, please limit the use by 30 minutes.
  6. If while exercising, you feel faint, dizzy, please stop immediately. Never begin an exercise without consulting with your physician.
  7. Family guests may use the facility when in company of the member. No other guests are allowed. No same family guests are allowed more than 4 times a year. A guest fee will be charged $10 to any member for any guests. Guests sign in will be on the honor system.
  8. For members safety, no leg weights or wrist weights may be worn during exercises unless supervised by a fitness instructor.
  9. Pregnant women should consult a doctor before they use equipment that would severely elevate their core body temperature.
  10. Smoking and alcoholic beverages are prohibited in the fitness center. No glass containers are allowed.
  11. No horseplay, profanity, disruptive conduct, and indiscreet behavior is allowed. Not allowed: loud, abusive, offensive, insulting, demeaning language, profanity, lewd conduct, any conduct that harasses or bothers other members.
  12. Personal audio devices and the use of headphones is advised not to disturb the other members.
  13. Please do not use equipment if unfamiliar with its intended purposes.

Dress Policy

  1. Please wear workout attire appropriate for a family-oriented club.
  2. Please use workout attire that is athletic, and shoes specifically designed for fitness.
  3. Men are advised to use: T-shirts, gym shorts, warm up pants, socks and sneakers.
  4. Women are advised to use: yoga pants/capris, warm up suits, T-shirts, athletic tank tops, appropriate shorts, socks and sneakers.
  5. Not allowed: sports bra only, street clothes, denim blue jeans, flip flops or sandals, cutoffs, clothing containing metal of any kind. No golf shoes with hard spikes.
  6. Keep shirt on at all times.

Community Achievements

by Rich Villalobos, AB President & Team Coach

Go Clayton Valley !!

The Clayton Valley Charter, aka Ugly Eagles, golf team concluded their season at the D2 NCS/CIF Championship at Blue Rock Springs. A very young but hardworking team, my two sophomores, Ashtyn and Alliyah, achieved First Team DVAL All-League honors. Jianna earned Honorable Mention no honors. I'm especially proud of Keyli, Rhea and Maven, who swung a club for the first time on the first day of practice, grinding out every league match, earning their CV Varsity letters.

The Clayton Valley Charter, aka Ugly Eagles, golf team concluded their season at the D2 NCS/CIF Championship at Blue Rock Springs. A very young but hardworking team, my two sophomores, Ashtyn and Alliyah, achieved First Team DVAL All-League honors. Jianna earned Honorable Mention honors. I'm especially proud of Keyli, Rhea and Maven, who swung a club for the first time on the first day of practice, grinding out every league match, earning their CV Varsity letters.

As a part-time substitute teacher at CVCHS, it's frightening to see how many students do not complete their daily assignments because they lack the maturity and discipline to stay off their DumbPhones. Fortunately I inherited a group of over-achievers. With a team 3.84 GPA, they earned NCS/CIF Distinguished Scholastic Team award. Individually, Ashtyn, Alliyah, Rhea, Keyli, and Mavin were awarded NCS/CIF President's List with a GPA of 3.5 - 4.0 GPA. I couldn't be more proud!

On behalf of Clayton Valley Charter High School, I want to appreciate Marnie and the entire Pro Shop and Cartbarn staff for their support and use of precious course resources. Thank you golf members for gracioulsy playing around our league matches. I also want to thank many of you who donated clubs, bags, and golf balls. I must recognize Christine Anderson who donated her time as our DAL League Tournament Rules Official. "It Takes a Village!"

Stretch - n - GO

by Bernard Go, PT, MS OCS, TPI, Stretch - n - GO Owner

Services Offered

  • Health and Wellness Screen
  • Sports Performance Screen
  • Golf Physical Performance Assessment
  • Get Your Stretch Fix
  • Deep Tissue Mobilization/Stretch Session
  • Certified Massage Therapy Session
  • TheraGun Deep Tissue Work
  • Cupping
  • KT Taping

Call Bernard Go at 925-344-3388 or click the button below to book your services.


by Lindsey Walker, Membership Director, Sales and Marketing

Welcome to our newest members of Oakhurst!

We are absolutely thrilled to welcome you and your family as the newest members of the Oakhurst Country Club family! At Oakhurst we are committed to propelling every facet of Club Life towards excellence. Oakhurst aims to inspire togetherness and comradery by offering a community oriented venue for the inception of what we hope will be some of your family's fondest memories.

Fairview Oakhurst Private Events

by Myra Espinosa, Private Events Director


Firstly, congratulations to the happy couples! We look forward to offering a gorgeous venue to so many newly weds in our neighboring communities in the coming years. Oakhurst has many inspiring ceremony sites - and we are eager to share this incredible backdrop with our neighbors and friends as they embark on their happy new beginnings. To the couples shopping wedding sites, we recommend Oakhurst Vista, the grassy venue with Mt. Diablo backdrop situated between the swimming pool and tennis courts, because nothing beats that view.

Quiet Time Request

Sometimes, members can expect a "quiet time" on the tennis courts and swimming pool during the Bride and Groom's vows. Quiet time requests will be posted on foretees reservations as always (on the app & online), as well as announced by a staff member - signage will also be posted in case you missed the announcements.

We Thank Our Membership!

We appreciate your support as we strive to exhibit outstanding service. We do sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or interruption this event might impose as we do our best to balance the needs of the membership with an atmosphere perfect for exceptional ceremonies.

Message from the Owners

Oakhurst members,

The biggest news that Oakhurst continues to be the progress we are making on the bunkers project. As owners and management, we are very appreciative of the donations we have received to make this project possible and to get all new bunkers done within a few months. We are still short of our Goal but we will be sending out updated information and one more request for donations in the next several days.

The full aerification of the greens has been a big success and we are excited as they are healing and coming back strong. T box and fairway work is proceeding and soon the bunkers will be rehabbed. This work will make our gold course better than it’s been in 20 years.

It is exciting to have weddings, luncheons and other special events here at Oakhurst. As the pandemic subsides, we will continue to ramp up many more special occasion events, dinners, and tournaments.

Welcome to all New members as they have joined to play golf and tennis, and enjoy swimming in the pool and workouts in the fitness center. Please take advantage of our physical therapy, stretching, massages and strength training opportunities with our PT Team.

Thanks again to our dedicated employees all around the club and the gold course fir making Oakhurst special. It starts with our GM, Marnie and continues throughout our various departments. Your attitude and hard work are making us better.

Thank you for reading.
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