SPECIAL EDITION E-NEWSLETTER Army Navy Country Club MAY 2020
ARMY NAVY COUNTRY CLUB Established 1924
Dear Member, Welcome to ANCC’s special edition of its monthly e-newsletter!
We have learned a great deal about social distancing, wearing masks, and the new normal that seems to change every day. The team has put together this special edition e-newsletter which gathers several offerings to the membership in one place. For the month of May, the Club continues to offer special food menus and wine selections for you to simply order online and pick up curbside at both Arlington and Fairfax. The ANCC Market Place in Arlington has been very popular since it first “opened” and we are continuously sourcing new food and pantry selections, as well as preparing ready-to-bake items made by our kitchen. At Fairfax, curbside pick up menus featuring Chesapeake crab cakes and short ribs, among other popular menu selections, are offered Thursday to Saturday. To stay fit and healthy while staying in and keeping to social distancing guidelines, you can workout by streaming online fitness classes and on the ANCC Fitness Channel on YouTube. Golfers can follow along with instructional videos from the pros on exercises at home to strengthen your core and improve performance on the course. Tennis players can practice your footwork drills demonstrated in a video by the pros and participate the “ANCC Skills Challenge Competition.” We will be hosting our first virtual “Author’s Series” via Zoom with author Andrew Och. There are also links in this e-newsletter for online cross word puzzles and sudoku games, as well as gardening tips and virtual book clubs. For the wine lovers, you can watch our virtual wine tasting videos and purchase the accompanying “Tasting Kit.” We are also offering “Art To-Go” collections based on age for our junior members for online order and curbside pickup. Thank you for your continued support of your Club during this time. Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you soon as we work through this together.
Patrick King GM/COO
Arlington Clubhouse 1700 Army Navy Drive Arlington, VA 22202 (703) 521-6800
Fairfax Clubhouse 3315 Old Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22030 (703) 359-5825
Table of Contents
Social and Dining ............................................................... 4-8
Aquatics .............................................................................. 9
Junior Activites .................................................................. 9
Golf ..................................................................................... 10-13
Fitness ................................................................................. 14-15
Tennis .................................................................................. 16-17
Games and Activities ......................................................... 18
ANCC Foundation ............................................................ 19
Membership Information ................................................. 19
Chairman of the Board: Mr. Raighne C. Delaney Club Vice President: Col D’Anne E. Spence, USAF Club Treasurer: CAPT John F. Manning Jr., USN, Ret.
Club President: COL Joseph A. Simonelli, Jr., USA, Ret. Club Secretary: Col Arthur E. White, USMC, Ret. General Manager/COO: Mr. Patrick King, CCM, CCE
INTRODUCING ANCC MARKETPLACE SOCIAL AND DINING
We are pleased to announce the launch of the ANCC Marketplace at ANCC Arlington. Purchase select groceries through the club with the convenience of having the order brought to your car for curbside pick-up. Click here for list of available items which include meats, seafood, groceries and produce. This week’s order is closed but watch your email for next week!
Weekly food ‘To Go’ offerings with curbside pick-up have included BBQ Brisket, Beef Tenderloin and Mexican Tacos. Upcoming meals include a lobster dinner and Mother’s Day. Watch your email inbox for notifications and ordering instructions! DINNER ‘TO GO’
‘To Go’ Wine Sale! Options include many of the club’s most popular selections at prices representing a 40-55% discount off regular ‘dine in’ prices combined with the convenience of curbside pick-up. Watch your email for updates and ordering instructions. Orders placed before 11:00 AM Wednesday through Saturday will be available for same day pick up from the Front Desk at ANCC ARL and ANCC FFX between 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Orders placed after 11:00 AM will be available for pickup the following day between 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Please note there is no pickup available Sunday/ Monday/Tuesday. When you arrive, call the Front Desk at (703) 521-6800 for ANCC Arlington and (703) 359-5825 ext. 4 for ANCC Fairfax. Give them your name and we’ ll bring the order out to you and place it in your car. We’ ll update the list of available wines on a regular basis and look forward to assisting with your purchases.
Click Here for the Arlington Wine Sale Click Here for the Fairfax Wine Sale
Virtual Wine Tastings Follow along at home in your own time with our pre-recorded video series starring some of your favorite wine connoisseurs and purveyors as they taste - and teach - about a variety of topics! No purchase is necessary to watch however we recommend that you consider buying the accompanying ‘Tasting Kit’ to enjoy a video to its fullest extent. Click here to check out current video selections and to order a tasting kit!
Mother’s Day Curbside Pick Up Celebrate Mother’s Day with brunch for 2 to go at ANCC Fairfax. Place your order and curbside pick up will be available from 2:00 to 4:00 PM on Saturday, 9 May and Sunday, 10 May. Registration opens Monday, 4 May. To view the menu and to register, click
To view the Cinco de Mayo to go menu, click here. Registrations open Friday, 1 May at 10:00 AM. $50 (feeds 2), add (4) Margaritas for $38 Cinco de Mayo Open daily from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM for to go orders. Click here for POG menus. Pavilion on the Green Three choice menu on Saturdays with curbside pick up. Mixed Grille
the links below: Saturday, 9 May Sunday, 10 May
Saturdays ‘To Go’ at Fairfax Check weekly for menu updates
The Fairfax ‘To Go’ menus will offer a prime rib, chicken and seafood option each week. Orders must be received on Saturdays by 11:00 AM to be available for pickup from 5:00 to 7:00 PM that evening. Pull up to the front of the Clubhouse and follow directions from ANCC team members. The registration pages can be found by clicking the links below:
Saturday, 16 May Saturday, 23 May Saturday, 30 May
ANCC Fairfax will be offering Fried Chicken to go meals on Thursday, 14 May. To place your order starting Monday, 11 May at 10:00 AM, click here. $33 (feeds 2), add Lynchburg Lemonade for $38 (makes 4 drinks) Southern Style Fried Chicken Dinner ‘To Go’ A short rib dinner for 2 will be available for curbside pick up on Thursday, 7 May. To register Monday, 4 May at 10:00 AM, click here. Short Rib for 2 Thursday Curbside Dinners in May Check-in weekly for new ‘to go’ menus. Orders may be picked up between 5:00 and 7:00 PM. Pull up to the front entrance of the Cluhouse and follow directions from ANCC team members.
A bbq rib dinner for 2 will be available for curb side pick up on Thursday, 21 May. To register Monday, 18 May at 10:00 AM, click here. BBQ Rib Dinner A meatloaf dinner will be available for curbside pick up on Thursday, 28 May. To register Monday, 25 May at 10:00 AM, click here. Meatloaf for 2
Chesapeake Crab Cake Dinner Every Friday Night in May
The Crab Cake Dinner for 2 at Fairfax to go menu and registration pages can be found by clicking the links below:
Friday, 8 May Friday, 15 May Friday, 22 May Friday, 29 May
ANCC VIRTUAL AUTHOR SERIES
Announcing the 42 nd event in our ‘Author Series’ …and the first online via Zoom! Wednesday, 6 May at 6:30 PM with Andrew Och, “The First Ladies Man.” Registrations open Wednesday, 29 April to the first 100 members to register. No cost to participate, click here.
AQUATICS Follow @swimoutlet on Instagram to find discounts on gear and to follow along live with their Daily Dryland Workouts for Swimmers! Click here for weekly shows hosted by USA Olympians and professional athletes for a mix of special guests, prizes and fast paced dryland workouts on CG Sports Network! Stay tuned for Aquatics updates!
JUNIOR ACTIVITIES ART ‘TO GO’
Purchase age-appropriate collections of art supplies and materials – everything your child needs to be creative at home while using their imagination! Watch for updates!
Golf Exercises During Quarantine
Assistant Golf Pro Ben Nolan takes you through a few exercises you can do at home to help strengthen your core and improve your performance on the golf course. Please click here to load the video in another window.
Putting Practice at Home While sheltering in place, Nancy Harvey, LPGA Director of Player Development demonstrates how to challenge yourself with at home putting practice. Place three (3) tees all inside the diameter of a golf hole (4.25”). The challenge is to only knock down the middle tee. Try this drill from different length putts. See how good you are. Please click here to load the video in another window.
A Joke, a Quote and a Hint by Fairfax Head Golf Professional Tyler Tucker, PGA
Joke: What’s the best way to see a bad golf shot? Look up
I found this quote by one of golf ’s all-time greatest particularly fitting in these times: “The most important shot in golf is the next one.” Ben Hogan
Tempo is a critical part of any consistent golf swing and something we can more easily control in our golf games than some things. The best golf swing in the world will be ruined with bad tempo and the worst golf swing in the world will be better with good tempo. For me, the golf swing takes a 3 count in my head: 1-2-3…1-2-3. It takes the 1-2 to get to the top and the -3 is down and through. Find your personal tempo and I guarantee your golf game will be better for it. For more information about this click here to see some of Nick Faldo’s thoughts on tempo.
Must See Golf Movies Haven’t seen all the great golf movies? Check out these if you haven’t done so yet: THE LEGEND OF BAGGER VANCE - During the Great Depression, Georgia socialite Adele Invergordon (Charlize Theron) announces a publicity-garnering high-stakes match at her struggling family golf course, featuring the greatest golfers of the era. Once-promising local golfer Rannulph Junuh (Matt Damon), whose career and life were derailed by World War I, is brought in to play alongside the stars, but his game is weak - until the enigmatic Bagger Vance (Will Smith) offers to coach him back into the great golfer he once was. Click here to play the trailer. HAPPY GILMORE - All Happy Gilmore (Adam Sandler) has ever wanted is to be a professional hockey player. But he soon discovers he may actually have a talent for playing an entirely different sport: golf. When his grandmother (Frances Bay) learns she is about to lose her home, Happy joins a golf tournament to try and win enough money to buy it for her. With his powerful driving skills and foulmouthed attitude, Happy becomes an unlikely golf hero - much to the chagrin of the well-mannered golf professionals. Click here to play the trailer. BOBBY JONES: STROKE OF GENUIS - This biographical drama is based on the true story of revered golfer Bobby Jones (Jim Caviezel). Rising quickly from amateur to legend, Jones becomes renowned for his intense persona and wins an extraordinary number of tournaments. When it appears that Jones is having problems balancing his golfing career with the rest of his life, he consults his devoted wife, Mary (Claire Forlani), and must make the difficult decision of staying in the game or retiring. Click here to play the trailer.
TIN CUP - Roy McAvoy (Kevin Costner) was a golf pro with a bright future, but his rebellious nature and bad attitude cost him everything. Now working as a golf instructor, he falls for his newest pupil, Dr. Molly Griswold (Rene Russo), a psychiatrist who happens to be the girlfriend of PGA Tour star and Roy’s rival, David Simms (Don Johnson). After he is humiliated by Simms at a celebrity golf tournament, McAvoy decides to make a run for the PGA Tour, as well as Molly’s heart. Click here to play the trailer. FOLLOW THE SUN - Texan Ben Hogan (Glenn Ford) works as a golf caddy to stay close to the game he loves. However, his beautiful and supportive wife, Valerie (Anne Baxter), urges him to pursue his long-held dream of becoming a professional golfer. Through diligence and tenacity, Hogan reaches the top ranks of pro golfing -- only to be horribly mangled in a car accident. But thanks to the love and support of his fans, Hogan ultimately recovers and happily resumes his legendary career. TOMMY’S HONOUR - Tom and Tommy Morris, father and son pioneers of professional golf, rely on skill, business acumen and working class street smarts to make Tommy one of the world’s first sports superstars and founder of the modern game of golf. Click here to see the trailer. THE FOUNDERS - In 1950, thirteen women golfers battled prejudice and preconception to create the Ladies Professional Golf Association. Blending archival footage with new interviews, this documentary charts their journey. Click here for the trailer.
CADDYSHACK - Danny Noonan (Michael O’Keefe), a teen down on his luck, works as a caddy at the snob infested Bushwood Country Club to raise money for his college education. To gain votes for a college scholarship reserved for caddies, Noonan volunteers to caddy for a prominent and influential club member (Ted Knight). Meanwhile, Danny struggles to prepare for the high pressure Caddy Day golf tournament while absorbing New Age advice from wealthy golf guru, Ty Webb (Chevy Chase). Click here for the trailer. SEVE THE MOVIE – Despite being blocked at almost every turn in pursuit of the sport he loved, Seve Ballesteros fought against adversity to become the most spectacular and charismatic golfer to ever play the game. Click here to see the trailer. A GENTLEMEN’S GAME - Mason Gamble stars as Timmy, a 13-year old boy with the prospect of becoming an amazing young golfer. With the help of his father, Timmy begins learning the game by caddying for some of the town’s best players, as well as a few average Joes along the way. Taken under the wing of a former golf professional (Gary Sinise), Timmy undergoes a crash course in both life and golf. Click here to see the trailer. SEVEN DAYS IN UTOPIA - Luke Chisholm (Lucas Black) is a young golfer who’s about to take a swing at the big time. Luke, however, has a big blowup that makes national news, drives away his father/coach, and seemingly scuttles his once-promising career. While driving along a Texas backroad, Luke crashes through the fence of eccentric rancher Johnny Crawford (Robert Duvall). Johnny makes Luke an irresistible offer: spend a week with him in the tiny town of Utopia and see if Luke can change his life. Click here for the trailer.
THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED - Blue-collar Francis Ouimet (Shia LaBeouf ) fights class prejudice while mastering golf, a game guarded by the upper crust. Employed as a caddy at the exclusive Brookline Country Club, Francis fine-tunes his skills during off hours. His father, Arthur (Elias Koteas), disapproves, but a few admirers help Francis enter the 1913 U.S. Open. The underdog competes against British star Harry Vardon (StephenDillane) and finds common ground with his boyhood idol. The film is based on a true story. Click here to play the trailer.
F I TNESS
Online Physical Therapy We are now offering telehealth physical therapy appointments! We are all doing our part to #stayhome, so let us help you to #stayhealthy during this time. Our physical therapists will perform their evaluation via video chat and provide appropriate home exercise interventions tailored to your needs. In follow-up visits, the PT will carefully watch to ensure you are performing your interventions correctly and then progress you as able toward your goals. We are continuing to offer “in home” physical therapy visits at a discounted rate! For more information, please email email@example.com
Online Personal Training Click Here
ANCC Fitness Youtube Channel
For easy access to our streaming classes, visit our ANCC Fitness YouTube Channel! Click on the image below, or search for “ANCC Fitness Channel” on YouTube. Classes are typically posted a few hours after they stream live to the ANCC Fitness Facebook Group.
Click here for ANCC Fitness on Facebook Click here for ANCC Fitness on Youtube
Streaming Class Schedule Updates
Mondays at 10:00 AM (1 hour) We’ ll warm-up, go through a series of familiar asanas, then cool down and stretch. This class will be accessible to beginners. No equipment will be required, but you’ ll be able to use your mat, blocks, and strap if you have them. Gentle Vinyasa Flow
Toning & Abs PLUS!
Fridays at 10:00 AM (1 hour) Beginning with a warm-up, we’ ll then explore a number of poses, taking time to find the balance between effort and ease rather than building a flow. The second half of class will comprise three or four restorative poses, ending with relaxation. Gentle/Restorative Yoga Blend Thursdays at 5:30 PM (1 hour) A full-body workout with whatever you have! We’ ll work all major muscle groups with options for dumbbells (or other weights), tubing, and (in some cases) body weight. Thursday’s class will adapt Tuesday’s, to include segments of modified High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
Toning & Abs
Tuesdays at 5:30 PM (1 hour) A full-body workout with whatever you have! We’ ll work all major muscle groups with options for dumbbells (or other weights), tubing, and (in some cases) body weight. Forever Fit Wednesdays at 11:00 AM (30 minutes) To help you stay active and healthy, this class focuses on balance, flexibility, and light strengthening. Options will be offered for varying ability levels. No equipment required other than a towel and a dining room chair or similar.
Saturdays at 10:00 AM (1 hour) We begin with a warm-up, then about 15 minutes of vinyasa flow to build heat. Next is a 15-minute segment of strength training that uses yoga poses as a foundation, followed by stretching, cooldown, and relaxation.
Cardio & Core
Thursdays at 10:00 AM (Approx. 45 min.) Clear some floorspace and get ready to move! If you can march in place and count to eight, you can follow along with this aerobic workout. We’ll get our heart rates up, then cool down and drop to the floor for some ab work.
Overview of Tennis Play and Instruction
Overview of Instructional Services 1. Each pro will be assigned their own teaching cart of balls and will periodically spray down balls with disinfectant. 2. Pros must wash or sanitize hands before and after each lesson and wipe down bench areas and gate entrances. 3. Only pros will be allowed to touch teaching cart balls. Ball pickups will be conducted by the pros. Those members wishing to work on their serves must bring their own balls to be used and removed after the lesson. 4. Lesson groups will be restricted to a maximum of four students. 5. Pros will strictly monitor spacing between students at all times. Member lesson-takers are reminded to: 1. Call the pro shop for lesson court assignment and make every effort to go directly from car to their assigned lesson court. 2. Wash/sanitize hands before and after each lesson. 3. Never touch a teaching car ball or stray ball from another court with their hands. 4. Be conscious of spacing between themselves and other participants and remain apart during breaks and ball pickups. 5. Leave the court and facility promptly after each lesson and strictly avoid all extracurricular, social activity or other congregation before and after their lesson.
Overview of Outdoor Play Members must: 1. Head straight to their cars to their assigned court. Members are encouraged to call the Tennis Pro Shop for court assignment. A strict 10 or less person rule remains in effect for the Tennis Pro Shop at all times. 2. Wash hands before and after play. 3. Do not spend time socializing and chatting during change-overs between games. Immediately move to your position on the court and resume play, or take a short rest while adhering to the six foot social distancing rule. 4. Bring enough marked/distinct balls so each player on court only touches their set of balls (except for members of the same immediate family). 5. Promptly leave the premises following play. Indoor Tennis will remain closed and visitor/guest play is suspended until further notice. The Tennis Committee has published the following safety policies and rules governing outdoor tennis play and instruction at ANCC:
One of the most important shots to master is the serve given that it starts and sets the tone for every point. To develop a consistent serve it is essential that one also has mastered a consistently placed service toss. Yet, the service toss is one of the least practiced skills. To follow Neil Bennett as he gives some tips on how to work on the toss in safety of your own home, click here. Pro Neil Bennett - Service Toss Tips and Practice
Pro Greg Paukstis offers some great advice on how to stay in shape while improving your footwork even without access to a tennis court. Click here to watch the video. Pro Greg Paukstis - Home Conditioning and Footwork Drills
ANCC Skills Challenge Competition
Click here to watch the video of Pro Neil Bennett’s demonstration. Send us an email with your name, the number of reps you accomplished, and a video clip showing you accomplishing your continuous reps. The top adult and junior submissions will each win a free tennis racquet! Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Games and Activities See below for some simple ways you can keep your brain active and relieve stress while isolating at home:
Crossword puzzles are a great way to pass the time while improving your memory and vocabulary! Click here for online crossword puzzles. A new puzzle appears everytime you refresh the page. Crossword Puzzles Sudoku puzzles keep your brain active, as well as improve your patience and concentration. Click here for online sudoku puzzles. A new puzzle appears everytime you refresh the page Sudoku Gardening is a great way to enjoy this season’s weather. It promotes healthy eating, as well as relieves stress and strengthens your immune system. Click here for 100 tips, ideas and projects every gardener should know. Gardening Book clubs are a great way to meet new people, better your writing skills, and learn new things. Click here for an article listing a few virtual bookclubs you can join, as well as tips on how to start your own! Book Clubs
Card games boost memory and motor skills, as well as improve patience and concentration. Click here for a website full of classic card and board games. Card Games
Did You Know? ANCC FOUNDATION The fenced cemetery plot you pass when transiting from the White #4 green to the White #5 tee at Arlington represents only a small portion of the plot set aside by the Fraser family for the internment of its members. The family also made provisions for a chapel immediately adjacent to the cemetery plot. To learn more, click here.
Word of Mouth Referral is the best way to bring new Members to the Club! Recruit a new Resident Member & receive a $300 credit that you can spend throughout the Club. Does not include new Members who join under the Newly Commissioned, No Initiation Fee category. The $300 credit may be applied to everything except Dues, Capital Infusion, Initiation Fees & the Employee Appreciation Fund. Member must be the Primary Sponsor to receive the $300 credit. The credit may not be applied retroactively. BE AN ANCC AMBASSADOR SONS & DAUGHTERS PROGRAM Have your children grown up within the Army Navy Country Club family, but have outgrown the age in which they may enjoy the facilities through your Membership? Children of current Members may be eligible for their own Membership at a discounted Initiation Fee if they meet eligibility criteria. Click here for more information. TRIAL MEMBERSHIP This program offers the opportunity for people to enjoy the ANCC lifestyle for a preview of 6 consecutive months with no upfront Initiation Fee and access to all of the Club’s facilities and activities. This is only open to NEWMembers. One and a half of Resident Monthly Dues $200 per month of Dues applied to participant’s account if he/she joins ANCC at the end of his/her Trial Membership as a Resident Member Initiation Fee locekd in at a rate when participant starts the program Full Dining, Tennis, Fitness and Swim Priveleges, Golf Priveleges (May golf anytime except before 11:00 AM on Saturday mornings) $50.00/Month Food & Beverage minimum.
Welcome New Members 25 February through 16 April 2020 Resident Mr. George J. Bagnall V. Ms. Nancy L. Barnett CPT David R. Bean II, USARNG Mr. Jonathan M. Day 1st Lt Alexander S. Dials, USAF Col David T. Earnest, USAFR, Ret. CPT Richard Z. Freed, USAR Mr. James W. Gardner Maj. J. Chase Johnson, USMCR LT Jarred W. Johnson, USNR CPT Christopher T. Leighton, USA Ms. Elizabeth Locke MAJ Jonathan Lowe, USAR Capt Shawna L. Sinnott, USMC LT Andrew H. Tennyson, USNR Capt Gregory J. Thorton, USMCR Social Mr. Mark P. Wetjen Absent Maj. Joshua A. Cherkinsky, USAFR Mr. David C. Frank 1st LT Luke S. Frerichs, USA 2LT Conrad A. La Joie, USA 2nd Lt Guy T. Kellogg, USMC LT Tyler P. Gullisken, USN Mr. Larry Scott Heckenberg Mr. Michael J. Huppe
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