LGA Event #16
July 27th

July 28th

FLMG Friday
9-Hole Event #8 
July 29th

Riverbend Bears Invitational 
August 1st

Jr. Golf & Tennis Camp
August 2nd – 5th 

LGA Event #17
August 3rd

FLMG Friday
9-Hole Event #9
August 5th

Amateur Tournament

August 6th – 7th

LGA Event #18 
August 10th

August 11th

FLMG Saturday
Event #8
August 13th

9 & Dine
August 14th

Brisben Center
Homeless Shelter
Golf Tournament

August 15th

LGA Event #19

August 17th

FLMG Friday
9-Hole Event #10

August 19th

Men’s & Ladies President’s Cup

August 20th – 21st

Course Closed 
Greens Aeration

August 22nd – 26th

LGA Event #20
August 31st

FLMG Saturday
Event #9

September 3rd

9 & Dine
September 3rd

LGA Event #21
September 7th

FLMG Friday
9-Hole Event #11

September 9th

Australian Embassy Golf Outing

September 10th

Leashes of Valor
Golf Outing  

September 12th

LGA Event #22
September 14th

FLMG Sweet 16 Playoff
September 17th

Riverbend HS
District Tournament 

September 19th

LGA Event #23

September 21st


September 24th

LOW Church Outing
September 26th

LGA Event #24
September 28th

Important Links

Click here to view the 2022 Fawn Lake Cup Standings

Click here to view the 2022
 Sweet 16 Standings

Click here to view the 2022 Practice Facility Plan

Click here to view the 2022 Merchandise Plan
Jr. Golf & Tennis Program 

Click Here to book a
tee time or  
Click Here for instructions 

Committee Blog

FLCC Turfcare Blog

Click the link to email the Ladies Golf Association 
[email protected]

Have a question? Click the link to email your
R & H Committee
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Have a good suggestion?  Click the link to email your Golf Committee [email protected]


Tuesday – Sunday
Hours 7:30am – 6:30pm
Tee Times Start at 8am
Range Closes at 8pm

Monday –
click here to review the Monday Play Policy and check website Calendar for Private Event Course Closure Information 

Men's & Women's Summer Golf Clinics

Anyone interested in getting better at the great game of golf can join our professionals on Thursday mornings for Adult Golf Clinics! 
Sports/Golf Members: $20 per clinic/$100 for all 6 Tennis/Social Members: $25 per clinic/$125 for all 6
Non-Member Guest: $30 per clinic. 
Clinic Times: 9am – 10am 

Short Game:
July 28th – Putting: Grip, Aim & Setup 
August 4th – Chipping & Pitching: Stance & Ball Position  
August 11th – Bunker Shots: Stance & Attack Angle 

Full Swing:
August 18th – Irons: Grip, Aim. Setup & Ball Position
August 25th – Fairway Woods & Driver: Stance, Ball Position & Swing Plane 
September 1st – On Course: Etiquette, Pace of Play & Rules 
 Click here to sign up now!  

FLMG Friday 9-Hole Event #8 July 29th

Time: Tee times starting at 5pm
Format: Modified Stableford (Net) – Scoring: Par (1), Birdie (2), Eagle or better (3)
Handicap: 90%
Entry Fee: $15
Based on players & issued in Pro Shop Credits
Pro Shop Credits issued for CTP on all Par 3's.  Optional Gross & Net Skins available and can be collected Saturday
Deadline to Register: Thursday, July 28th by noon

Jr. Golf & Tennis Summer Camp

Join us for our final 2022 Summer Kids Golf & Tennis Camp  August 2nd – August 5th.  The program is available for kids ages 7 to 14.  9am – 11am Tennis Camp, followed by an hour lunch break at the club and Golf Camp to finish the day from 12pm – 2pm.  Member pricing is $299 per child and non-member pricing $349 per child, per 4 day session and space is limited!  Contact the Golf Shop today with questions or click here to download the sign up form.

FLMG Friday 9-Hole Event #9 August 5th

Time: Tee times starting at 5pm
Format: Two-man team – PICK YOUR OWN TEAM – One best ball (Net) Plus.  If both balls are net birdie or better, both balls count
Handicap: 90%
Entry Fee: $15
Based on players & issued in Pro Shop Credits
Pro Shop Credits issued for CTP on all Par 3's.  Optional Gross & Net Skins available and can be collected Saturday
Deadline to Register: Thursday, August 4th by noon

9 & Dine Sunday, August 14th

Join us for our fifth 9 & Dine Couples Golf Event of the year on Sunday, August 14th!  Sign up today at the Golf Shop for a 5pm, four person scramble (shotgun start) and dinner in the Harbor Club after play.  Click here to view the menu and click here to sign up! 

2022 Men's & Ladies President's Cup
Saturday, August 20th & Sunday, August 21st

Full Golf, Jr. Executive and Sports Members, please join us this year for our 2022 Men’s & Ladies President’s Cup.  The cost is $50 per player to include lunch on August 20th & prize money.
Format: Four Ball Match Play – (Gross for Men & Net for Ladies)
Men: The Men’s Division MUST shoot a one best ball qualifying score from the Tournament Tees (Gross). The qualifying window is
July 26th – August 18th and to qualify each team MUST register in the Golf Shop and have the qualifying score turned in and attested by another individual or pair. The 8 lowest qualifying scores will be seeded 1-8 in a bracket and compete Four Ball Match Play from the Tournament Tees on August 20th & 21st. If you win you move on! 
*2021 Champions will be exempt into Match Play but must play a qualifying round for seeding purposes.
Ladies: The Ladies Division WILL NOT have a qualifier to determine seedings 1-8. The first 8 teams to sign up will be seeded in a bracket based on total team handicap index. Ladies will compete Four Ball Match Play from the Gold Tees (Net) at 80% handicap stroking off the low handicap in the group. Max handicap of 40 for each player before 80% adjustment. Ladies will be seeded 1-8 in a bracket and compete Four-Ball Match Play on August 20th & 21st. If you win you move on!  Matches that extend past 18 holes will be played sudden death with no strokes given.

Men's Member-Member Results

While the temperatures were extreme over the weekend, we had some diehard golfers ready for some competition in our 2022 Men's Member-Member Golf Tournament!  Thank you to the 46 teams who participated and those who came out to watch the shootout and cheer on their friends, family & neighbors!
Closest to the Pin Winners Day 1:
#4 – John Wanat, #8 – John Wanat, #12 – Steve Pendry & #15 – Bruce Wilmer
Closest to the Pin Winners Day 2:
#4 – Rex Edwards, #8 – Mike Hroncich, #12 – John Wanat & #15 – Phil Senkus
Flight 1 Winners:
1st – Steve Pendry & Andrew Sites (-16)
2nd – Jaison Perdue & Steve Lovelace (-13)
3rd – Richard Cropp & Mike Matthews (-4)
Flight 2 Winners:
1st – Bruce Wilmer & John Allison (-15)
2nd – Zach DeLellis & Will Wexler (-15)
3rd – Barry Duehring & Alan Mendleson (-12)
Flight 3 Winners:
1st – Tom Gilmore & Eric Raust (-12)
2nd – Mike Edwards & Mike DiSimone (-10)
3rd – David Dye & Mark Iden (-8)
Flight 4 Winners:
1st – Michael St. Ours & Keith Armstrong (-9)
2nd – Ben Keddie & Matt Stover (-7)
3rd – Rex Edwards & Kent Wilson (-5)
Flight 5 Winners:
1st – John Wanat & Robert Gauvin (-17)
2nd – Drew Senkus & Phil Senkus (-6)
3rd – John Tedesco & Kevin Plourde (-4)
Flight 6 Winners:
1st – Ron Bishop & Jim Avery (-14)
2nd – Conrad LaBossiere & Russ Miles (-9)
3rd – Paul Lee & Alex Ahmadi  (-7)
Flight 7 Winners:
1st – Allen Payne & Dom LaPore (-21)
2nd – Les Bullock & Jason Frenz (-17)
Flight 8 Winners:
1st – Smoky Greene & Steve Robertson (-14)
2nd – Jim Bost & Jim Vance (-10)

Congratulations to our 2022 Men's Member-Member Champions: Mike St. Ours (pictured left) & Keith Armstrong (pictured right).

White Post on the Golf Course

Recently there has been a lot of chatter about what the white topped posts mean…

You should not leave the path before you pass the first white topped post and you should return to the path before you pass the second white topped post.

In a situation where your ball lies well beyond the first post, you should stay on the path until you reach a point abeam your ball and then turn 90 degrees to get to your ball (hence the term 90 Degree Rule).  If, from that point, you hit a shot to the green, you should go back to the path at a 90 degree angle.  I see people exit the path at the first post and then drive 50 yards down the fairway to get to their ball.  Then they drive another 50 yards to the second post before going back to the path.   The posts aren't meant to identify the exact location where you have to enter and exit.  They are simply "goal posts" you should try to stay between.  
Riding beyond the second post in the fairway and then turning back towards the tee to exit at the post is not part of the "rule".  Yes, at times the posts are really protecting the fescue more than the zoysia.  However, there are a lot of times where the reverse is true.  Earlier this week we had enough rain to create a number of wet areas, but not so much to require keeping carts on the path.  The posts, if followed, keep those wet areas from getting damaged.  From now until next spring the course will tend to be wetter and the zoysia will be dormant.  We need the posts to help us protect the course and that includes the zoysia as well as the fescue.

Thank you for being part of Fawn Lake Country Club
Drew Falvey, Head Golf Professional
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