When looking for the perfect venue to plan your next corporate event, look no further than Plymouth Country Club! You have probably attended a bridal shower, holiday party or maybe even a golf tournament here at PCC...but when your boss asks "where should we host the annual meeting", we want you to know exactly where to turn to. With so many corporate event locations in Plymouth, why choose PCC?
When it comes to being a 'Potter-head', you are never too young to start! In the case of this little wizard, before she is even born! A super special baby shower was recently hosted at PCC and I was thrilled to get the go-ahead to share it all with you. Before I even begin, however, I have to give a great big THANK YOU to Abigail Shea Photography for the amazing photos. There was no way I could have captured the essence of this event without you!
Valentine's Day sneaks up so quickly after the holidays it seems. December 26th you turn around in a Target and see the heart shaped boxes of chocolate lining the shelves! If you are like most people, you put off getting the card and sweets until the last minute and then scramble to find what will seem the least "last-minute" gift you can find. Here are some suggestions for the golf lover in your life!
We all need something to look forward to during the Winter in New England, and for us, that is GOLF! As soon as the last drops of snow melt, you can be sure of our members hitting the links!
There is no reason, however, to let your golf muscles wane during our deep freeze. Keeping up with some simple exercises can keep you in top golfing form and prepare you for Spring!
Daina Wasserstrom wrote a fantastic blog post entitled 3 Ways Yoga Can Improve Your Golf Game. A fantastic read, Daina explains the similarities between yoga and golf. Both practices require focus and concentration. Practicing yoga can increase your flexibility, core strength and balance.
So many couples become deer in headlights once the engagement euphoria wears off. Realizing that you now have to plan what is most likely the biggest event of your life can be absolutely overwhelming. Weddings are just a complicated party, really...with more family dynamics and pressure thrown in for good measure. I'm KIDDING! Well, sort of.
The end of another year is looming and folks start to think about setting New Years' Resolutions. This year, why not make yourself some GOLF resolutions? Below are my top 10 suggestions for a great golf resolution...but let me know what YOURS is!
"Best Wishes!" she said to me. I remember it like it was yesterday. I was walking in a local mall with my mother and we ran into a long time family friend. My mother updated her on the news that I was recently engaged, and whilst oggling at the ring, she exclaimed "Best Wishes!". I had never heard this before and when our brief encounter ended, my mother explained to me that she was correct in saying that as opposed to "Congratulations".
As today is Thanksgiving, I felt it only proper to give thanks for one thing we all love here at Plymouth Country Club: GOLF! Before you roll your eyes and click to the next post...hear me out. Golf is legendary. Staring in the Scottish Highlands, golf has grown into a gentleman's (or gentlewomen's) sport. This post is to remind us of three reasons we should be thankful for this great sport.
The Holiday Season is here already. It seems you blink in August, and before you know it, the stores are filled with cinnamon scents and twinkling lights! This time of year means celebrating! We celebrate the year that has passed, we celebrate the joys and the sorrows and anticipate the new year we have before us. If you have been tasked with planning any kind of Holiday Celebration this year, read on as I will outline some great tips on how to make your life a lot easier!
As the temperatures drop here in Plymouth, so do the number of players on our beautiful course. Colder weather doesn't mean the end of your golf game for the year! A few changes to your habits from 'in-season' golfing can make all the difference in how your game goes in the chilly months.