May 23, 2013
Rainy weather isn't always the most pleasant thing, but if you're grass on a golf course, it's not half bad. This week's wet weather, which followed several weeks of unusually warm temps, has the Sugarloaf Golf Club looking good (particularly the greens) and we're set to kick off the 2013 summer season bright and early tomorrow morning (May 24).
Greens are in excellent shape, and fairways have come along nicely over the past few weeks, meaning the course will be in great shape this weekend for you to get out and shake the winter rust off of your game.
Construction crews have also been busy putting the finishing touches on the new irrigation system, and they expect to be wrapped up within the next few weeks. Work is now complete on practice greens and the driving range, meaning all that’s left are some finishing touches on holes 7-9.
All of the work will be wrapped up in plenty of time for us to get the course ready for one of the biggest events we've ever hosted at Sugarloaf, the American Junior Golf Association Coca-Cola Junior Championship, July 28-31. The top junior golfers from around the country will congregate at Sugarloaf for four days of some of the toughest junior golf competition in the country.
With the season now underway, we're offering some great deals on golf and stay packages if you book your stay before June 14. If you're not looking for lodging, be sure to check out our Fore Packs for great deals on greens fees throughout the summer.
And if you're planning to play multiple rounds all summer long, be sure to get your seasonal membership before the May 31 deadline to take advantage of the lowest prices of the year.
Summer is here, so start practicing your swing and we'll see you here soon.