Headland Country Club is in it's 52nd year of providing a friendly golfing experience for it's members and guests. Whether your driving for show, putting for dough, playing in the sand or just relaxing by the pool, Headland Country Club is here to serve you. If you wish to join our club, just contact our pro shop for details.
The pool will not be ready this weekend of April 18th-19th as the paint is still drying. This is beyond
our control. The water ph tested fine and is clearing up. We will be cleaning up around
the pool this Monday. I will send another email on Monday April 20th to keep you updated. If all goes
well, we should open one day next week.
We do have plans for a Grand Opening for the pool on May 3rd. We will have hamburgers and hot dogs and hope you can attend.
Cox Pools repaired the leak on April 3, installed the salt water system on 7th and put 25 bags of salt into pool. We started putting chemicals in on the 8th.
Painting was going well, but 2 periods of a lot of rain put the painting behind. They said they should be finished by Sunday. We can't finish the water treatment until they finish to keep from walking on wet paint. We will start Monday vacuuming pool and getting the ph back to normal. Cox is returning Monday to check out 2 return jets that are not functioning. Our hope and intent is to have the pool ready by Friday the 18th. Maybe the weather system Monday will be light. We hope you can understand the delays as we have been trying since January 30th, but things went weather crazy and Cox was getting backlogged every time.
Todd Weeks shot 62-61=123 to win the HCC One Man Scramble by a comfortable 5 stroke margin. Don McGriff show 66-62=128 for 2nd place in the Championship A Flight just edging Jonathan Smith who shot 65-64=129.
Joe Masters shot 70-64=134 to capture 1st place in the Championship B flight with a 6 stroke margin over Scott Lowe who finished 2nd with a 72-68=140 and by regression over Walter Gay who shot the same 140.
The yellow ribbon on the #9 flag at Headland Country Club symbolizes the feelings of our club for Jerry Hardy. Jerry is the pinnacle of the soul of HCC and all of us are happy to see Jerry return home this past Friday. Our prayers for Jerry and his family will still be ongoing as will our thoughts for his battle with leukemia. We can't wait to see Jerry tee off on #1, but we know he still has recovery, hip surgery and doctor's approval to go through. God bless you Jerry for all you have done and will do for us.
The Headland High School Golf Team placed third at the State Sectionals at Azalea City Golf Course in Mobile on April 29th. UMS-Wright won the Sectional by 9 shots over 2nd place St. James with Andalusia placing fourth. All four teams qualified for the Sub-State tournament to be held at Timber Creek in Daphne, AL on Tuesday, May 7th. HHS Team members are Zach Buchanan (led the team with a 79); Payton Deshazo, Ryan Parish, Hunter Cochran, and Cameron Kennedy.
Headland, April 18, 2013: The Headland High School Golf team won a Wiregrass Athletic Conference (WAC) area golf match with a team total 326 on April 18th at the Headland Country Club. Rehobeth placed second with a team total of 351 and Slocomb was third with a team total of 362. Also participating were teams from Geneva County High School (WAC), Houston Academy and Providence Christian Academy. In all, 31 golfers participated.