Neither rain, flooding, wind, fallen trees or damaged
structures can keep us from providing an enjoyable golf
experience for you at FCC. Wow, what a summer of extreme
weather! Things have now calmed down a bit and we can
expect good summer weather for the duration which is
good because we have a full calendar of events
August 7th is the Pete Peterson Men's Senior Tournament.
This tournament is open to men over 50 and is an 18 hole
individual stroke play event flighted by handicap. A
prime rib dinner is served after play and is included in
the entry fee of only $40.00. A golf cap is also
included in the fee.
August 12th is the Men's Club Championship.
August 14th is the Purple Pride Golf Scramble. This
event is a 9 hole fundraising event with all proceeds
benefiting the Purple Pride Fund, a designated fund of
Falls Education Foundation supporting extra-curricular
activities at School District #361.
August 27th is the FCC Ladies Fun Day. This event is an
18 hole scramble and is open to all women and offers
complimentary green fee and cart fee to encourage
participation. A pot luck dinner follows play and there
are always great desserts!
September 6th is our final major event of the year the
Frostbite Falls Scramble. This is one of our most
popular events and is a four person scramble with net
and gross divisions. Team handicap must be at least 40
with only one player under 6. Four drive requirement
from each player is the great equalizer in this one!
FCC is continuing to offer complimentary golf for
couples on Sundays at 4:00 for the month of August.
Our goal is to encourage more couples to getaway for an
afternoon at the golf course and also to develop a
database of couples that we can use next year in an
attempt to get something more organized going.
Our fall membership drive will begin soon. A
$125.00 fall membership allows an individual to play
unlimited golf for the remainder of the year AND deduct
the $125.00 fee from their 2015 membership. Check with
the pro shop staff for further details.
In closing, it's often said a person on their death bed
never wishes they would have worked more but rather that
they would have taken more time to have fun and enjoy
their life with family and friends. The new trend will
be for people to say they wish they would have not spent
so much time on their smart phones or iPads and instead
actually done something with their family and friends.
Golf presents the perfect opportunity for this. Slow
down, take a little time and enjoy the greatest game of
them all right here at FCC!