Buying a new set of golf clubs is all part of being a golfer. Yes, it can be an expensive process. Especially between getting fitted for the clubs and buying a set of irons which can run you anywhere between $300 and $1200 dollars.
You like playing golf, you like watching golf, you PROBABLY like reading about golf too. There are a TON of golf blogs out there on the world wide web. But I'm here to help you sift through them all and find the best ones to follow.
You feel that? It's FREEZING outside.
Unfortunately that means winter is right around the corner. So how is an avid golfer like yourself expected to survive 3 or 4 months without golf? Well you don't have to.
Here are our 5 ways to survive a golf-less winter.
As I gaze out the window and see the sprinklers cast streams of droplets in the air, I realize that I am lucky to work in such a beautiful spot. When I first arrived at Plymouth Country Club, I couldn't help but notice how breezy it is here. I soon realized it's because we are on top of the world out here.
The era of Pinterest is in full swing when it comes to planning an event. From centerpieces and favors to clotheslines filled with baby socks, the amount of "stuff" people bring in for a party just keeps growing.
Well...you've been put in charge of organizing a golf outing. Even though everybody is guaranteed to have a great time regardless (who doesn't love golf?), you're still feeling a LITTLE bit of pressure putting this thing together.
Well fear not, my golfing friend! I'm here to offer up some help that will walk you through this sometimes stressful process.
To get started, just ask yourself these 5 questions.
On a sunny and crisp day in April, we were lucky enough to have Ladybug Photography do a photo shoot at Plymouth Country Club, and the results are truly beautiful!
Our sincere thanks to Caitlin and Luke Sullivan for re-enacting their PCC wedding for us! Caitlin's glow was enhanced by makeup and hair by Erin MacKenzie.
Isn't it funny that these days the term "unplug" refers to turning off our wireLESS devices? By definition, to unplug means to disconnect. What is trending for weddings and events now is unplugging in order to CONNECT.
According to Mobilestatistics.com, the average person spends 23 days a year staring at their phone screen. The better part of a month...lost looking down at a screen.