WILMINGTON COUNTRY CLUB
CONNECT WITH US
While small adjustments will continue to be made, our updated website is 99% ready to go! One of the MOST IMPORTANT adjustments we have made is a new menu page called CONNECT. Here you will be able to connect with staff, social media, other members through the directory, etc. In addition, if you have mistakenly unsubscribed from our email list, you will be able to add yourself back on ASAP. Or, if you have an additional email address you would like to add you can do that as well. Email is our top form of communication, espcially now, so stay informed, stay updated...and spend some time checking out the new site.
CONNECT WITH US
To start usng the app, follow the following three steps:
1. From your phone or tablet, download the ForeTees ClubCentral app from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.
2. Once downloaded, open the app to generate a one time login by clicking on “email me my credentials”.
3. Enter the one time login into the app, and you are all set!
If you have questions regarding your emails, the mobile app, or social media, please contact: Meghan Spero firstname.lastname@example.org
WELCOME TO THE CLUB Melinda Blumetti, Co n troller
It is with great pleasure that we welcome Melinda Blumetti to Wilmington County Club. Mindy joined the Accounting team on April 1, 2020 as our Controller. Mindy is a CPA and graduated with her MBA from the University Of Maryland and comes to us with over 15 years of accounting experience. Throughout her career Mindy has worked in various Accounting positions and has been responsible for managing all aspects of the accounting function. Her most recent position was at Ocean Casino Resort where she was the Hotel Controller. Prior to that she was the Operations Controller at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Mindy brings a great deal of experience and expertise to Wilmington Country Club and we are thrilled to have her join our team!
FROM THE KITCHEN
EVENING TAKE OUT
Have you tried our evening take-out service yet? If you haven’t, you are missing out on fantastic entrees and specials. Our daily email is sent out at 4:00pm each afternoon with the take-out menu and specialty entree of the evening. Ordering of take-out is best accomplished by calling 302-655-6171 ext. 1427. As a reminder, beer and wine are also available for take-out purchase.
CLICK HERE FOR TAKE-OUT WINE MENU
CLICK HERE FOR TAKE-OUT MENU
WCC GROCERY ORDERING
WCC is now offering your favorite grocery staples for take- out! Groceries are based upon availability and can be picked up Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 2:00 – 7:00pm. All orders must be placed by 2:00pm the day prior to pick up. When you arrive at the Club to pick up your order, please call 302-655-6171 ext. 1427 to have your order brought to your car.
WCC groceries include veggies, fruits, cheese, milk, breads, chicken, beef and fish.
CLICK HERE FOR GROCERY ORDERING
FROM THE GOLF SHOP
COURSE ROTATION Even with everything going on around us, there is still some great golf happening at the club. Bryan Keen’s youngest son Matthew made his first ever hole-in-one last TWuesday night on #7 South. Matthew knocked in his tee ball from 175 yards for the memorable first ace... Speaking of ‘firsts’, Bob Brady made his first ever eagle on #6 South from 129 yards. Terrific shots!
Our current golf course rotation:
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Monday - North Course Open Tuesday - South Course Open Wednesday - North Course Open Thursday - South Course Open Friday - North Course Open Saturday - South & North Course Open Sunday - South & North Course Open
IMPORTANT NOTES •
We are still utilizing tee times on the Foretees app. Please make a tee time to play. There is no need to check-in. Simply report to the first tee on time. All play is carry your own bag, or utilize your own trolley. A member may caddie for another member if they are immediate family. The practice range has eight spots available for warming up. Players wishing to practice only may walk to the back of the range if the front is full. Please do not utilize the empty spaces. The practice range closes at 5 p.m. on Sunday nights for clean pick. All out-of-state travelers must self-quarantine 14 days before using the club. *New* A person with a valid and up-to-date handicap placard issued by the Delaware DMV, may use a golf cart or push cart. Those individuals should email email@example.com in advance and must provide evidence that the handicap placard is up-to-date and registered in their name.
WALKING- NOT GOLFING Non-golfing walkers Walkers (not golfing) will continue to be permitted on the course not used for golf. For example, the South Course is available to walk on Monday, North Course on Tuesday, etc. On weekends when both courses are in use, and during times when chemical applications are being made, non-golfing walkers may use the service road. To access the service road, park in the employee lot and enter through grounds. Alternatively, park and enter via the upper parking lot. Please be mindful of golfers for safety while walking. ONLINE GOLF SHOP In light of the reality many of us are facing with increased time at home, we are proud to offer an online Golf Shop at this time. This new service will allow you to purchase items from the shop, and see items available for special order. Password for the website is ‘tradition1901’. Items may be picked up in the same manner as take out food. Pick up times for Golf Shop items are 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. When you arrive at the Club to pick up your order, please call 302-655-6171 ext. 1427 to have your order brought to your car.
You will need a password to enter the online store: tradition1901
CLICK FOR ON-LINE GOLF SHOP
Due to the pandemic and the need to reduce our staffing size, we have pushed off the major aeration of the North Course tees and fairways this spring. However, to have the greens get through the hot, humid summer weather, there is a need to open up surfaces for thatch management and air exchange. The tine size will be small and minimally invasive, disturbing about 1%of the total green surface. Conversely, a conventional aeration will disturb approximately 10%, if not more, of the putting surface. The clay courts have been reconditioned and Assistant Racquets Professional ScottMcNamara is helping to roll the lines in advance of play returning in the near future. We have planted arborvitae between courts two through seven, and will plant additional shrubbery between the grass courts and two remaining clay courts as the tennis project comes to a close. We are in the throws of time when necessary plant protection materials must be applied to ward off pests that would cause harm to our playing surfaces. We thank you for working with us as the need arises to restrict non-golf waking on either golf course. Have a great week and stay well!
Regards, Jon Urbanski Director of Golf Courses & Grounds
TENNIS PROJECT It was another great week at the tennis project. With the framing of the new lobby complete, work is underway to make the structure weather tight. Roofers have been on site and early this week, exterior windows/doors will be installed. Rough-in work to the new bathrooms as well as installation of ducting for the HVAC system has also begun. A couple of small adjustments have been made to the internal layout of the space. It is amazing how much easier this is to accomplish once there is a full-size model to work with. Walking through the project, you can really get a sense of how significant an improvement this will be to our overall Racquets facility. Exciting!
FROM THE FITNESS CENTER
Resources for Your Remote Workout The staff at the fitness center applaud your efforts to remain active during the COVID-19 restrictions. There are several ways to keep on top of your fitness until we can safely reopen the fitness center. Here is a Top10 list of apps offering workouts from home by PC Magazine: Many apps have special deals right now in anticipation of more people laying low at home and avoiding social spaces. With these apps, you can follow along with any kind of class, such as yoga, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), treadmill running, or stationary cycling. You can watch a prerecorded video, join a live class solo, or pick a class with other attendees who are live and next to the instructor in the room. If you prefer very little interaction with other human beings, you can certainly choose apps and workouts that coach you through a routine using audio only. When using a mobile app for workouts, consider hooking it up to Apple Airplay or Google Chromecast so that you can send the feed to a larger screen. It makes it a little easier to work out in your living room or bedroom. Below are 10 fitness apps, listed alphabetically, that you can use at home to keep your activity up while maintaining social distance: 8fit Workouts & Meal Planner Android, iOS Free; $79.99 per year; $59.99 per half-year; $24.99 per month for meal plans and more workouts 8fit is a good app for workouts on demand if you also want to add a diet program to your fitness plan. This app creates a personalized exercise and diet program for you based on the results you want to see. It’s for people who like a lot of guidance, suggestions, reminders, and instructions. Blogilates iOS, Web Free; $0.99 for someworkout videos and $0.99 per month for workout calendar We adore Cassey Ho and her Blogilates workouts, which sculpt your body into shape. She’s peppy, upbeat, happy, and fun. If that’s what you like in a video workout, then this is the app for you. Each video has a descriptive name so you know what you’re in for and a preview showing the time commitment. Plenty of her butt-kicking sessions are shorter than 15 minutes. Fitbit Coach Android, iOS, Web, Windows Free; $9.99 per month or $79.99 per year for Premium Regardless of whether you own a Fitbit tracker, you can use the Fitbit Coach app (formerly called Fitstar) for video workouts that you can do nearly anywhere. he catalog of workouts is large, and you’re bound to find content that’s right for you.
FitOn Android, iOS, Web Free; $19.99 per month or $119.99 per year FitOn is another great app for at-home fitness classes on an app, especially if you want to commit to a long-term goal. Forte Free; $39 per month or $288 per year Watch a live gym class and participate from home, a remote gym, or anywhere you like to work out with Forte. With this web app, you watch as a fitness instructor teaches a live class, and it’s your job to follow along from home. The instructor and other participants cannot see or hear you, leaving you to sweat, grunt, or take water breaks without anyone knowing. The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout Android, iOS Free If you’re just starting to get into shape, the Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App is ideal. It gives you a circuit training workout that you can do anywhere without any special equipment and you get to choose an intensity that fits your experience and fitness level. So, no worries if you’re just starting out. Keelo Android, iOS $12.99 per month, $30.99 per quarter, or $93.99 per year Keelo is a great app for working out at home if you’re into Crossfit but can’t get to the gym at the moment. It’s full of HIIT exercises, and you can do them while wearing a heart rate monitor to judge your intensity. It’s best to use Keelo when you have a little bit of equipment handy. You choose a workout to follow and can customize it by swapping out moves for different options based on your ability level or available equipment. Nike Training Club Android, iOS Free; $14.99 per month or $119.99 per year for Premium Do you love longer workouts? Then try Nike Training Club. Sign up for this app, enter some information about yourself, and get workout recommendations based on your profile. Nike goes the dis- tance with routines that are 30, 45, or even 60 minutes long. All the work- outs are videos of a trainer doing the moves, with a voice-over giving tips and announcing the time. Openfit Android, iOS, Web $14.99 per month, $39.99 per quarter, or $99.99 per year (prices may vary by platform) Wish you were at a class? Openfit is the exercise app to use at home when you really want a live, in-person experience. Openfit has fitness classes in a variety of styles— barre, circuit training, kickboxing, pilates, strength training, running, stretching, yoga—that you attend in real-time via a video feed. You can see and hear the instructor, and the instructor can see you and give you feedback about your form. Shred iOS Free; $12.99 per month or $99.99 per year for Unlimited You’ll need some basic gym equipment to get shredded at home with the Shred app. The workouts in this app are based on your goals. Do you want to bulk up your muscles? Maybe you’d rather blend a little cardio into your routine. Whatever the case, Shred designs not just a workout for you, but a complete program.Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16
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