It's hard to believe that the last Masters tournament was just a little over four months ago (thanks, COVID.) But this year, The Masters begins on April 5. That puts the event back on its normal annual schedule--in sync with the blooming of the beautiful azaleas at Augusta National. Are you as excited about the tournament as we are? Fun times are ahead, so let’s get in the spirit of the game. Here are three ways to do just that.
Does the name Kristin Grebel sound familiar? It might if you lived at Harbor Club back in 2017. Back then (and for almost a year), Kristin successfully handled many creative and administrative tasks for us. Today we're pleased to welcome her back to the Harbor Club team. She's now in charge of membership sales, and we think you'll find she's a perfect fit for the position. We recently sat down with Kristin to get to know a little more about her, what she loves most about Harbor Club, and more....
Top o' the mornin' to ya! Here at Harbor Club, we're gearing up for a safe, fun St. Patrick's Day. The green-themed holiday is on March 17, and it's loaded with fun lore and traditions. Here are some of the more interesting ones, along with answers to frequently asked questions and fun facts around the holiday.
It's hard to believe that the last Masters tournament was just a few short months ago in November. (Thanks, COVID-19.) But here we are, well into 2021, and thankfully, The Masters is scheduled for April -- its usual spring playdate. But when exactly is The Masters golf tournament being played? Is it allowing spectators? Are 2020 Masters tickets good for 2021 entry? And where's a great place to play golf during Masters Week? We've answered these frequently asked questions and more for you.