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Moon Golf Club Thanks Golfers For A Record Year in 2020

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Usually, things are relaxed and relatively quiet at Moon Golf Club by mid-December.

However, on Friday December 11 — DECEMBER 11 — we had a sold-out day, 150 golfers in all, soaking up some winter sun.

Hey, 2020, right?

And believe me: We’re not complaining. This has been both the busiest and most successful year in Moon Golf Club’s history. It’s all right there in the numbers from our 2020 in review, but it’s also something you can feel around here. We’re buzzing, and we genuinely can’t thank you all enough for making us a regular stop when you want to swing the sticks.

Recently, we took home “Best Golf Course” honors in the Trib’s 2020 Best of the Best Awards, a meaningful, tangible recognition for us here to let us know we’re on the right path. As much as we’re proud of what we’ve done over the past year (and beyond) we’re even more excited by what’s to come.

We’re constantly making improvements to the course, to the 19th Hole (wings and beer, anybody?), and to the way we do things from top to bottom. Beyond providing a fun golf experience for all ages and skills, we want to engage our customers across social media, email, and even YouTube now. We want to stay connected, and we appreciate everyone who takes the time out of their day to do so.

Right now, you can check us out on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, giving you multiple points of contact to stay up to date on everything we’re doing. From sales announcements to course pictures to one-club-challenge videos and everything in between, we’re excited to have you onboard and part of the Moon Golf Club mission.

Thank you, truly, for keeping us busy in mid-December. You are the reason we’re able to do what we do. And hey, we’re open year-round, so if the weather holds up, we’re happy to have ya. You can always check and book tee times right on our website.

See you soon.

Josh DeNinno, GM, Moon Golf Club

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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