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COURSE UPDATE 4/15/15:

The past few days have been fantastic, and we are positive you're all itching to tee it up. We have a target opening day of next Friday 4/24/15 with tee times starting at 8:00am! As the next few days go by Todd will be on the course evaluating the conditions. He will have the final decision on number of holes that open, and if there is a possibility of temporary greens. He is very optimistic in regards to the current conditions, but as many of you know the soil here can be quite soggy to start the year, so foot traffic in certain areas may create a problem if we don't protect it.

Dustin and Ryan will be in the Pro Shop from 8am-3pm through this Friday 4/17. They will enjoy one more weekend off this weekend 4/18-4/19 so the Pro Shop will be closed. It will re-open 4/20 and will remain open for the rest of the season!

The Pub and Grill may open a couple days early with a limited menu. We will update all of you as soon as we have that information.

It has been a rough and long winter, but we've finally made it! Please help spread the word by sharing this with your friends. We look forward to seeing you soon for some fabulous fairways, food, and friends.
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Tip Tuesday: Aiming Point

This week we look into the daunting task of a breaking putt. The average golfer tends to see the break in a green, but struggles to follow the line or aim point of the putt. If you’re standing over a 20 footer that breaks 3 feet I suggest you shy away from staring at the cup, but rather you look to the point you need to hit it in order for the break of the green to guide the ball into the cup. If your focus in solely on the cup your tendency will be to move your arms along that path which will typically result in you missing the putt on the ‘low’ side. This can be difficult for an inexperienced golfer at first, but the key to gaining confidence is repetition. Eventually, you’ll find yourself draining more putts, or leaving yourself tap ins.

Ryan Mondor
Teaching Professional
Cape Neddick CC
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Happy Monday!

Soon enough friends.
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York, Maine Golf Course near Ogunquit

Enjoy Fabulous Fairways, Food & Friends at Cape Neddick Country Club

Cape Neddick Country Club is an 18 hole semi-private golf course located just south of Ogunquit in Cape Neddick, Maine. Tee times are available to the public up to seven days in advance whenever space is available. We boast a newly renovated outdoor driving range and putting practice golf facility, open to the public.

We also offer private and public golfing lessons for any ability level. After your round, stop in our redesigned pub and grille and have an ice cold drink and a sandwich! Golf clubs, apparel and accessories are available right down the hall in our Pro Shop. Cape Neddick Country Club is located just 45 minutes south of Portland, Maine, 20 minutes north of Portsmouth, New Hampshire and just over an hour north of Boston.

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