The Monroe, N.Y., facility features an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course that opened for play in 1999, and the club is marking the milestone with special commemorative logos. The club has also outfitted 76 of its golf cars with the “Shark Experience.”
The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge in Monroe, N.Y. is commemorating the 20th anniversary season of its 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course with a special 20thanniversary logo.
The club, which is now managed by Troon Golf, has also outfitted 76 of its golf cars with the “Shark Experience” (http://clubandresortbusiness.com/2017/11/club-car-teams-greg-norman-company-verizon-gpsi-create-shark-experience/), which includes high-definition touch screen displays and built-in speakers with Bluetooth connectivity. Golfers at Mansion Ridge can now use the Shark Experience to enjoy more than 50 channels of streaming music, live sports, highlights, news and entertainment, in addition to Greg Norman golf tips, dynamic yardage information and more.
“We are proud to celebrate our 20th year here at Mansion Ridge,” said General Manager Patrick Wynn. “As a beautiful Jack Nicklaus Signature Design, we continue to strive for excellence every day. The golf course, guest service, and food and beverage options continue to be top notch to give our guests the ‘Member for a Day’ experience.”
In advance of the anniversary, the Golf Club at Mansion Ridge recently completed an extensive bunker-renovation project focused on enhancing playability and aesthetics while easing maintenance requirements. The four-week project was overseen by Rob Capecelatro, Mansion Ridge’s Director of Agronomy.
The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge is situated in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, in the highlands of the Hudson Valley. The club sits on a historic 220-acre estate with landmarks predating the American Revolution.
Other amenities include an 18th-century stone clubhouse that features dining options at Migel’s Tavern and is also used for weddings, receptions and large-scale affairs.
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