Cape Fear National set to open
Monday, November 23, 2009
LELAND, N.C. – Cape Fear National at Brunswick Forest, a daily-fee course designed by Tim Cate, is scheduled to open Nov. 28 in this coastal town near Wilmington.
Cate moved more than 1.5 million cubic yards of dirt in constructing the course. The layout stretches to 7,217 yards and greens average 8,500 square feet.
Green fees range from $50 for Brunswick Forest residents to $75 for nonresidents. Those fees include carts.
Cape Fear National is managed by KemperSports and is part of the Brunswick Isles Golf Trail, a collection of courses that totals 450 golf holes and stretches from Leland down to North Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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AVENTURA, Fla. – The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club has entered into new partnerships to bolster the fitness, training and rehabilitation services for the club’s members and resort guests.
Pete Bommarito, president of Bommarito Performance Systems, will oversee all of the fitness programs at the resort’s Willow Stream Spa. Bommarito has a lengthy client list of professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball and several other sports.
The partnership also includes Dr. Matthew Cooper, a certified chiropractic sports physician at Florida Rehabilitation Clinic who specializes in rehabilitation techniques.
“For over five years, Pete and I have successfully worked together to transform bodies and the lives of elite and professional athletes,” Cooper said in a release issued by the resort. “Our performance program gives us specific information regarding each individual’s makeup, which in turn allows us to enhance weight loss and improve health much faster than most.”
In addition, the 3,650-square-foot Willow Stream Spa has undergone $150,000 in renovations, including the installation of new fitness equipment. By January the spa plans to install an Advanced Motion Measurement 3-D Golf System.
The Fairmont Turnberry Isle, a 300-acre property, has 392 rooms, two golf courses and chef Michael Mina’s Bourbon Steak restaurant.
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SUPERSTITION MOUNTAIN, Ariz. – Superstition Mountain Golf & Country Club, which has two courses built by Nicklaus Design, plans to open one course each day to the public. The courses previously were open only to Superstition Mountain members and their guests.
Green fees on The Prospector and Lost Gold courses range from $90 to $110 for Arizona residents, and $120 to $180 for nonresidents. Golf memberships also are available starting at $15,000.
The club, which is managed by OB Sports, formerly hosted both LPGA and Champions Tour events.
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