Fire, Hail, Wind Rain All Came down from the Heavens Week=Over 8″ in 14 days 6″ in 7 Days & 4.5″ In 3 Days! Play Ball! 

Matthew 18:19 Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven.

Mr. President as a mere Director I’d like to suggest a redo Summer Stress Event at Lake ToddHo~ especially after all is boys in Cbus went through “beat week”! 

We are open today with 3 outings and regular play. Cart Path Only Players Club and Riding on Foxfire. Showcase PK Sammy on our slightly used new Eclipse. 

Scuba D hookin’ Sump Pump back up so cash register can ring again! ​​

Look Mom​​ Tree No Tree! Picture loaded outta sync but tree gone. 

My Boy Coach Former work mate! Now he just plays golf out here and takes the summers off! What a genius! 

Thursday’s or Friday’s Staff meeting. I don’t know I can’t remember but we have them. Yes Virginia there is a staff meeting daily!  Matty Ice with my $100 Tilley Hat. That’s an offshore fishin’ hat. He was late cause he forgot his hat. Jacob brought his hat and was sleeping already. Great job guys! #16 Players in the Deluge! She held her own! I don’t know what day that was Tuesday Wednesday. But it’s over and it will never rain again for 40 days and 40 nights. That’s in the second book of the Pentateuch. Right Sam? Sammy is my seminary student. He is going on be brighter and better serving the Lord! 

Started Range tractor for Vinny! Me and Morlan. ​

Verticutt Solid Tine Topdress Too! Thank you for everyone’s help. 

Pilot Mountain Sunrise

I was able to capture this beautiful sunrise on our trip back to Ohio on Monday as we climbed up the oldest mountain chain in North America. The view is from Virginia overlooking the Piedmont of North Carolina!

Just South of Mt. Airy and Mayberry if you ever saw the show this is still the place to go! The snow is on the other side up in Beckley.












Why I Choose Hope! And 3 for 36 on a Beautiful Fall Day!

Two more months of this weather will be fantastic! Enjoy!
Oct 25, 2014
Choose Hope
by Rick Warren

“Yet hope returns when I remember this one thing: The Lord’s unfailing love and mercy still continue, fresh as the morning, as sure as the sunrise. The Lord is all I have, and so in him I put my hope.” (Lamentations 3:21-24 GNT)

Pain is a natural part of life. You can’t escape it. Broken relationships, missed opportunities, and rough seasons of life will always be with us. When they do come, you can either become bitter or hopeful.

The choice is yours.

Jeremiah faced the same choice. When his world came apart after Jerusalem was sacked in 586 B.C., the prophet wrote the book of Lamentations to share his honest frustrations with God. But he didn’t settle in his bitterness and stay there.

In Lamentations 3:21-24, after sharing his bitter feelings, he wrote, “Yet hope returns when I remember this one thing: The Lord’s unfailing love and mercy still continue, fresh as the morning, as sure as the sunrise. The Lord is all I have, and so in him I put my hope” (GNT).

In the midst of a terrible situation, Jeremiah changed his perspective. It’s healthy and good for us to be honest with God about our feelings, but you have to eventually change your perspective. As long as our minds are on our pain, we won’t solve anything.

Instead, like Jeremiah, we need to recognize God’s great love for us. Jeremiah changed his perspective and recognized the enduring mercies of God. No matter what the problem, no matter how much anger you’ve spewed at God, he still loves you. It’s a constant you can depend upon — no matter what.

The longer you focus on what depresses you, the longer your depression will last. Bitterness keeps you caught in your own pain. In Lamentations 3, Jeremiah gives you a simple cure for bitterness: change how you think.

In the midst of a depressing tirade, Jeremiah says, “Yet hope returns …”

How can you have hope even in your darkest days? You remember, “The Lord’s unfailing love and mercy still continue.”

You can count on that! His mercies are as fresh as the morning and as sure as the sunrise. He is all you need. And, no matter what, “in him I put my hope.”

You’ll never know that God is all you need until he’s all you have.

Are you there yet? There’s no better place to be.

Talk About It

What makes hope a choice when we’re going through troubles?




Luis & Jake mowing greens & collars! We were able to mow all 39 greens today, along with the tees, collars, and approaches! Two of the three! Jose mowed greens on Players Club!