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HBA Golf Tournament

(Published on - 4/25/2018 7:40:18 PM)

MAY THE 4TH 

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Florida is a great place for outside activites.  One my favorites is golf.  There are many great golf courses here in Flagler County and what better way to take advantage of our surroundings.   You can play on a varity of courses ranging from oceanside to inland marshes.  

 

The Flagler Home Builders Association is hosting a golf tournament 

May 4th, 2018
Halifax Plantation
12p Registration, 1p Shotgun Start
$500 for a Team of 4

Includes: Golf, Boxed Lunch, Awards Dinner, Door Prizes and lots of FUN!

click here for more info  

 

This is a great opportunity to meet some of the local contractors, builders, and business professionals.

 

Looking to build your dream home on a golf course.  Check out this listing in the Conservatory.

 

 

 

Chris Finnicum, Realtor

330.361.0665

386-506-8008

ChrisFinnicum@RealtyExecutives.com

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Country Living in Flagler County!

(Published on - 4/12/2018 2:05:02 PM)

Country Living At It's Finest! 

 

 

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**PRICED BELOW APPRAISAL** BRING YOUR BOAT, RV, MOTORCYCLES,

EQUIPMENT TRAILERS...NO STORAGE FEES HERE, PLENTY OF ROOM!

Home boasts an open, split floor plan that encompasses five spacious bedrooms,

three baths, a large kitchen with plenty of cabinetry & stainless-steel appliances.

The expansive living room, with custom-built entertainment center,

flanked by doors which open to a large rear screened in deck (620sqft).

The master bedroom, complete with ensuite, his & her walk-in closets,

& a private entrance to the deck ensures for a quiet space to relax.

Spend your down time enjoying the Florida sunshine in the screened in pool area. Addition/Renovation in 2014 includes a hard-wired security system,

roof, new septic, & A/C. Barn/Workshop is equipped with electric & the property

is zoned equestrian. Bring your toys! Centrally located, minutes from I95 & US1.

Home and acreage (1.25) fully fenced with two electric gates/circular drive.

 

MOTIVATED, BRING OFFERS!

 

CALL/TEXT Chris Finnicum TODAY @ 330.361.0665 or Email:  ChrisFinnicum@RealtyExecutives.com 

 

 


Groundbreaking Ceremony for Palm Coast Community Center

(Published on - 2/7/2017 7:42:57 PM)

 

 

 

Palm Coast - The City of Palm Coast will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the Palm Coast Community Center Renovation and Expansion Project at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14, and the public is invited to attend.

 

Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland and the Palm Coast City Council will host the ceremony outside at the Community Center, 305 Palm Coast Pkwy. NE (corner of Palm Coast Parkway and Club House Drive). Mayor Holland and others will speak, and light refreshments will be served.

 

Construction will soon begin on the project, which will provide more program space, meeting rooms and parking. The Community Center has been a wonderful amenity in Palm Coast since it was built in the mid-1970s, and the City is looking forward to updating the center and adding more recreational space for its growing community.

 

 

 

Much of the current structure will be torn down to make way for a 21,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that will be three times the size of the current Community Center. It will have three large meeting/party rooms, an attractive lobby, two kitchens and administrative offices for the Parks & Recreation Department. Outside will be a new playground and basketball court, a trailhead with restrooms and added parking. The new center will be built to LEED standards for environmental sustainability and resource efficiency. The design also preserves the property's treasured, historic oak trees. Construction and move-in are expected to take a little over a year.

 

The construction manager for the project is Ajax Building Corporation. The public can see renderings, site and floor plans, and follow the construction progress at www.palmcoastgov.com/communitycenter.

 

The Community Center is now closed for construction, and the Parks & Recreation Department has moved temporarily to offices at Frieda Zamba Swimming Pool, 339 Parkview Drive, Palm Coast. The many programs and meetings normally housed at the Community Center are being relocated during the project. The phone number will remain the same: 386-986-2323.

 

For more information, contact Cindi Lane, Communications & Marketing Manager, at clane@palmcoastgov.com and 386-986-3708.


Cypress Knoll to reopen with new owners, new name

(Published on - 8/3/2016 3:47:27 PM)

Cypress Knoll Golf Club, closed since mid-June because of financial difficulties, will reopen Sept. 10 under new ownership and with a new name. 

Now called Cypress Knoll Golf and Country Club, the 26-year-old course designed by Gary Player has been purchased by club member Doug Brown and his wife, Janice Reid, the couple said Friday. 

The couple, who live in a home adjoining the course, said they are buying the club from the Golf Group of Palm Coast, its owner for the past five years. 

Brown, who said his family has owned property in Cypress Knoll for more than 40 years, said he is the owner of the largest independent newspaper service in New Jersey. A former college golfer who played matches at the famed Baltusrol golf club in Springfield, NJ (site of this week’s PGA Championship), Brown and Reid have big plans for Cypress. 

Renovation of the course (the nines will be reversed) is underway, headed by golf course superintendent Eric Gerlach; and the annual Jacqueline A. Browne golf tournament sponsored by the Flagler County NAACP, will be held there Aug. 13, before the official reopening. There will also be members-only play, on a limited basis, prior to Sept. 10. 

Cypress memberships were being honored until the end of the year at Pine Lakes, which had been part of the Golf Group until its sale to Doreen Holl and Chris McLaren. With the announcement of the Cypress reopening, member privileges for Pine Lakes will be revoked effective Aug. 1. 

Brown and Reid have scheduled a Cypress members’ meeting for Aug. 10 at the clubhouse to discuss plans for the course; they also said that longtime PGA pro Eric Gonzales will be back teaching golf and running the weekly Nine and Dine scrambles. 

On Sept.11, a folk music concert by Spook Hanby and a wine tasting will be held at the club. (Hanby performed with famed folk singer Pete Seeger more than 50 times and is in the middle of a world tour, “Remembering Pete Seeger.” His current album, “Pete, Woody and Me,” is one of the top folk albums in the U.S.)

 

 

Brown, Reid, and an associate, Keith Kirsch, said they want to make Cypress a “golf destination” and hope to offer several amenities, including a fitness center. The fitness facility would be built in the old Cypress clubhouse building, Brown said, along with a card room. He also plans to offer wine tastings that will pair regional wines against those from other states and countries. As for food service, he added, negotiations are underway for a restaurant lease. 

Brown and his wife, a former employee of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, say they are well aware of the financial problems that have rippled through the golf industry in recent years. 

An article in Sunday’s New York Times reported that according to the National Golf Foundation, the number of people who had played at least one round of golf dropped to 24.1 million in 2015 from a high of 30 million in 2000, the year that Tiger Woods won three majors. TV ratings, club memberships, equipment sales and course construction are also down. 

Flagler County, promoted as a golf mecca for years, has suffered its share of golf problems. Matanzas Woods closed and other area courses also have had financial problems. Several changed hands, including Grand Haven and Grand Reserve; Ocean Palm closed years ago, but has reopened. Matanzas, Cypress, Pine Lakes and Palm Harbor at one point had been jointly owned; Palm Harbor is now a City of Palm Coast-owned municipal facility and Matanzas will most likely remain closed. 

Brown and Reid have not yet announced membership rates or daily fees, but did say that Dave Bosnyak, who owns Golf USA in Palm Coast, will head the golf shop operation. 

On behalf of all Flagler golfer, lots of luck.

 

Original article provided by Daytona Beach News-Journal.


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