North Oaks Golf Club: A Summer Oasis for the Goralski Family

Posted by North Oaks Golf Club on Nov 14, 2018 12:24:35 PM

If you happened to see two young boys hitting golf balls at the driving range or practicing at the putting green this summer at North Oaks Golf Club, chances are it was 12-year-old Christian Goralski and his 10-year-old brother Ryan. "It's just kind of fun to bike up there," Ryan says. "We don't live far from the course. And it's easier than waiting for my parents to get home."

How much time did they spend at the course? The boys played in the junior league on Wednesdays, received lessons on Fridays, hit the course a couple times with their parents or friends on the weekends, and biked to the course to practice other nights of the week, too.

It may seem like a lot, but for two boys who have been golfing since they were toddlers, it's a whole lot of fun. The Goralski family is one of many that take full advantage of our golf membership for every member of the family. Here's their story.

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Topics: Membership

Farm to Fairway: How Social Golf Club Events Strengthen Membership

Posted by North Oaks Golf Club on Sep 27, 2018 2:34:52 PM

It was a crisp evening in early September. About 40 North Oaks Golf Club members made their way to the middle of the fairway, where they enjoyed an elegant meal and libations under starlight.

Each year, the club hosts a one-of-a-kind dining experience known as Farm to Fairway, and it's quickly become a favorite among members.

"It couldn't have been a nicer night," says Ted Risdall, a North Oaks Golf Club member. 

"It's one of those perfect package evenings," says Toni Rhan, another North Oaks member, and Farm to Fairway attendee. "It's a date night with my husband, away from our two small children."

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Fun Golf Programs to Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer

Posted by North Oaks Golf Club on May 9, 2018 10:54:24 AM

We all remember summer break from school when we were growing up. The excitement of long, lazy days ahead with nothing on the schedule. Well, that excitement typically turned to boredom after about one day of nothing to do. But, the anticipation and joy grew when we made plans to head to the golf course. It was, and is, an opportunity to get better at something you love while enjoying the weather and time with friends. What better way to spend summer break?

"In today’s society, I find that kids are physically attached to their iPhones, iPads, video games, and the television," says Nick Sage, first assistant golf professional at North Oaks Golf Club.

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Topics: Golf, Membership

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