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Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend

May 25, 2018

May 26, 2018

May 27, 2018

May 28, 2018 Memorial Day!

We appreciate our military! To show our appreciation, we are offering discounted golf for those who have served, active or retired.

Enjoy half the price of our Weekend Special and a domestic beer for only $17.50!

We cordially invite active and retired military personnel to take advantage of our Memorial Day Golf Special on Monday, May 28, 2018. Thank you for your service!

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How unusual, costly is it for Masters champ Patrick Reed to go without equipment sponsor?

While a short miss on the final green denied him a share of the clubhouse lead, Rory McIlroy had plenty of reason to smile after opening the BMW PGA Championship with a 5-under 67.

McIlroy won the European Tour’s flagship event in memorable fashion in 2014, erasing a seven-shot deficit on the final day. But the West Course at Wentworth has otherwise been a house of horrors for the Ulsterman, as he missed the cut in his three other appearances since 2012 and has played the course in a combined 10 over in his eight career appearances.

This marks his first return to the event since 2015, and he’s now one shot off the early pace after a round that at times offered glimpses of his commanding form from recent years.


Full-field scores from the BMW PGA Championship


“I think I did everything pretty well,” McIlroy said. “I drove the ball much better, put the ball in play off the tee a lot more than I’ve done the last couple weeks, so that’s been really good. I thought I gave myself a lot of chances, and I took most of them.”

McIlroy started slowly, and a bogey on No. 9 after a poor approach from the middle of the fairway meant he made the turn in just 1 under. But he got that dropped shot back on the next hole, then added birdies on Nos. 14 and 16 to climb up the leaderboard. He appeared poised to add at least one more tally, but was unable to birdie either of the two closing par-5s at Wentworth including a miss from inside 4 feet on No. 18.

“A little frustrated that I couldn’t get a birdie or two out of the last couple holes, but overall a really good start,” he said.

Making his first start since a missed cut at The Players Championship, McIlroy sits two shots behind Lucas Bjerregaard with hopes for “more of the same” from his game over the weekend on a course that has often had his number.

“If I can hit the ball like I did today over the next three days,” McIlroy said, “I think I’ll be right there.”



Bring Your Own League Wednesdays





$20, includes a beer. 


$20 per 8 week session  ·  Includes Golf Shirt

2 person teams

Scramble Match Play 1 point for a win ½ point for a tie.

Points are kept track individually

We will pair you up if you don’t have a playing partner. League champion will be crowned after 8 week sessions. 

April 25 – June 13, June 20 – August 8, August 15 – October 10


Top 2 point getters will receive merchandise credit in our Golf Shop. Winner $50 merch gift card.

Twosome gift certificate for golf  and 2nd place $25 merchandise gift card. Ties will be broken by a 3 hole short game playoff.


Party on June 13th – August 8th – October 10th…everyone who comes to party will receive 20% off merchandise that night.

At Hollywood Beach Golf, we believe golf teaches social, mental, and physical skills! We want to help each Junior grow their skills by offering an affordable Junior Memberships!

In addition to the affordable golf rates, we are going to hold monthly Junior Events for 3, 6 and 9 holes. In addition to this, we will also have parent/child events!

$25 for Junior Golf Families · Ages 8-15

$10 Monday – Friday with a paying adult.

After 4:00, they are free with a paying adult.

$10 on Saturday and Sunday  after Noon.

$25 Before noon.


The adults can play for $25 Monday – Friday and $15 after 4:00

Saturday and Sunday $35 until noon then $30 then $15 after 4:00

*Juniors must be accompanied by an adult when they come to the club.

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Lunch & Golf for a Twosome

$40 per player


Lunch & Golf for a Foursome

$35 per player

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Once you sign up and receive this reward, you will receive an email confirmation. Your reward dollars expire 7 days after the date on that email.

*You can only use your $15 in one visit.

Happy Hour

From 4-7pm. Indulge in half priced drinks from $2!

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The Trump International course in Aberdeenshire

The Trump International course in Aberdeenshire

Image copyright PA

Image caption The Trump International course in Aberdeenshire was mired in controversy for years

Losses at Donald Trump’s Scottish golf courses have doubled to £19m for 2016.

In annual accounts filed with Companies House, the Menie Estate development in Aberdeenshire lost £1.4m, while Turnberry in Ayrshire lost £17.6m.

US President Trump handed control of the courses to his sons Donald Junior and Eric shortly before he took office, but he retains a financial interest.

His company said the losses at Turnberry were in part due to its six-month closure for renovation work.

In addition to the Turnberry shutdown, the company also noted in its report that it took an £8m loss due to fluctuations in the value of the pound last year.

Expressing confidence

The company reported that revenue at the two courses fell 21% to £9m in 2016 from £11.4m a year earlier.

Amanda Miller, a spokeswoman for the Trump Organisation, declined to comment about the results, which showed a doubling of losses from the previous year.

In the financial report, Eric Trump included a letter expressing confidence that the resorts would attract plenty of golfers.

Trump Turnberry

Trump Turnberry

Image caption The company blamed losses at Turnberry on an extended period of renovation

He said Turnberry had received “excellent reviews” from its guests, and that the reopening of the resort was ushering in an “exciting new era” for the company.

However, Trump’s developments have faced setbacks since the firm ventured into Scotland 12 years ago.

Some residents living near its planned second resort on the North Sea claimed to have been the victim of “bullying tactics” to make way for more development.

Scottish mother

The company also lost a court fight to stop an offshore wind farm near the resort.

They also drew objections from environmental regulators over building plans and face doubts over a bid to host the Scottish Open.

However, other locals have praised the course for bringing in tourists and boosting the local economy.

Donald Trump, who was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States of America in January, has a strong connection with Scotland.

His mother, Mary MacLeod, was born on the Isle of Lewis in 1912, to Malcolm MacLeod, a fisherman, and his wife, also called Mary.

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