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$29 Golf, Burger & Beer Wednesdays!

Come join us every Wednesday in October for golf, beer and a burger. Let Richard grill you either a chicken sandwich, hot dog or hamburger, plus a domestic beer of your choice all for only $29 including your round of golf with a cart. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.

Trump says Puerto Rico relief effort ‘under really great control,’ dedicates golf trophy to victims

President Donald Trump on Sunday dedicated the Presidents Cup golf trophy to the Americans who survived hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, while saying the relief effort is “under really great control.”

“On behalf of all of the people of Texas and all of the people of — if you look today and see what’s happening, how horrible it is. But we have it under really great control, Trump said. “Puerto Rico and the people of Florida who have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes. I want to just remember them and we’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much, that we love.”

Trump, the honorary chairman of the event, became the first sitting president to attend the matches on the final day.

Before arriving at Liberty National Golf Club, a private club built on a former landfill, in Jersey City, New Jersey, Trump dismissed “politically motivated ingrates” who have questioned his administration’s commitment to the devastation of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

“We have done a great job with the almost impossible situation in Puerto Rico,” Trump said Sunday on Twitter. “Outside of the Fake News or politically motivated ingrates … people are now starting to recognize the amazing work that has been done by FEMA and our great Military. All buildings now inspected … for safety.

“Thank you to the Governor of P.R. and to all of those who are working so closely with our First Responders. Fantastic job!”

PUERTO RICAN CEO: LOCAL GOVERNMENT ‘COMPLETELY INEPT’

The tweets came after San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz on Friday criticized the president’s effort to get supplies, electricity and other relief to the U.S. island.

Cruz also suggested residents were “dying” as a result of the slow response.

“Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help,” Trump responded Saturday on Twitter. “They want everything to be done for them when it should be a community effort. 10,000 Federal workers now on Island doing a fantastic job.”

He also tweeted: “Results of recovery efforts will speak much louder than complaints by San Juan Mayor. Doing everything we can to help great people of PR!”

The president spent much of the weekend at his New Jersey golf club and then attended the international golf competition near New York City.

He stuck around to give the gold trophy to U.S. Captain Steve Stricker and an American team that won by the most lopsided margin in 17 years.

The president said the players are “a tremendous group of folks” and called them “great champions.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

President Donald Trump presented the Presidents Cup golf trophy to the winning American team on Sunday — and dedicated it to the Americans who have survived hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico.

“On behalf of all of the people of Texas and all of the people of — if you look today and see what’s happening, how horrible it is. But we have it under really great control,” Trump said. “Puerto Rico and the people of Florida who have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes. I want to just remember them and we’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much, that we love.”

Trump, the honorary chairman of the event, became the first sitting president to attend the matches on the final day.

Before arriving at Liberty National Golf Club, a private club built on a former landfill, in Jersey City, New Jersey, Trump dismissed “politically motivated ingrates” who have questioned his administration’s commitment to the devastation of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

“We have done a great job with the almost impossible situation in Puerto Rico,” Trump said Sunday on Twitter. “Outside of the Fake News or politically motivated ingrates … people are now starting to recognize the amazing work that has been done by FEMA and our great Military. All buildings now inspected … for safety.

“Thank you to the Governor of P.R. and to all of those who are working so closely with our First Responders. Fantastic job!”

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/10/01/trump-says-puerto-rico-relief-effort-under-really-great-control-dedicates-golf-trophy-to-victims.html

Photo of Golfers Playing in Front of Oregon Wildfires Goes Viral

Photograph by Kristi McCluer

A photo of people golfing at the Beacon Rock Golf Course in North Bonneville, Washington while wildfires rage across the Columbia River in Oregon has gone viral. According to The Oregonian, amateur photographer Kristi McCluer of Vancouver, Washington snapped the viral image and originally shared it on Facebook and it quickly spread shortly thereafter, appearing on reddit and in a now viral tweet by David Simon.

The Eagle Creek Fire continues to rage and now covers almost 35,600 acres and is 11% contained. A 15-year-old Vancouver boy is suspected of starting the blaze by playing with fireworks along the Eagle Creek Trail in the Columbia River Gorge. [source]

Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/2017/09/photo-of-golfers-playing-in-front-of-oregon-wildfires-goes-viral/

Afternoon golf and drinks in our Golf Shop Bar & Grill

Come see us today and play golf for our twilight rate of only $20 and $2 Bud and Bud Light. Want to try out our simulator? It’s a great night to do that. If you don’t have time for golf come see us for a drink and say hi! Rudy’s former bartender and everyone’s favorite Bebe will be serving drinks in our Golf Shop Bar & Grill this evening while Richard grills out some great burgers and chicken. If you do come out a portion of your round is going to former Rudy’s server Sherry Rivera’s Go Fund Me page as she has suffered a medical emergency and we are helping her. Click here to learn more. See you on the links.

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YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED!

Click here to help Sherry. Many of you remember Sherry when she worked in Rudy’s. Please help spread the word.

We need your help! Sherry Rivera is in the hospital after a pulmonary embolism on Wednesday, September 19, 2017. She is making daily positive changes in her recovery, however the road to complete recovery will be long and tough. This Puertorican beauty is fun, VERY caring of the well being of others, and a professional. Sherry is an Consultant for Family Central conducting the FCCPC for Early Childhood professionals and also works at Disalvos part time. Not being able to work also means NO INCOME! It’s our turn to look out for her in her greatest time of need. She has hospital bills that need to be in addition to her normal bills. Please donate what you can! Every little bit counts!! We thank you and appreciate anything you can give!

FedExCup: $10 million bonus keeps mega-rich golfers focused

(CNN)When you’ve banked just shy of $50 million in career earnings, what’s left to play for? How about another $10 million as a bonus for winning the PGA Tour’s end-of-season FedExCup points tally?

That’s the prospect facing world No.1 Dustin Johnson after he beat Jordan Spieth in a playoff at the first FedExCup event Sunday to take his season earnings to $8.4 million.
The 33-year-old Johnson leads the rankings with three events left in US golf’s big-money run-in.
    Stay top, and Johnson will trouser a cool $10 million — with $1 million deferred to his retirement account — to add to any additional prize money. The winner’s cheque at the Tour Championship is $1.575 million. Finish second in the FedExCup, and the bonus drops to $3 million.
    But Johnson, who missed the Masters with a freak injury on the eve of the event, won’t have it all his own way. Open champion and 2015 winner Spieth lies second, with US PGA winner Justin Thomas third.

    ‘Go nuts’

    Johnson, whose sole major so far came at the 2016 US Open, is not known for flamboyant celebrations — he described his victory first-pump Sunday as “weak” — but he told reporters at Glen Oaks: “Maybe if I win the FedExCup or something, I’ll go nuts.”
    The FedExCup series, which began in 2007, is designed to keep alive interest in the PGA Tour right up to the Tour Championship finale in Atlanta.
    Being crowned the best golfer over the season is a goal in itself, but with those sorts of bonuses knocking about, it’s not hard for the game’s elite to stay focused.
    The 125-man field from last week’s Northern Trust tournament was whittled down to 100 for the Dell Technologies Championship in Boston with the top 70 reaching the BMW Championship in Chicago.
    The best 30 will contest the Tour Championship where points are reset to give the 30th-placed player an academic chance of still winning the title.
    For the past seven years, the winner of the Tour Championship has also won the FedExCup, stretching back to 2009 when Tiger Woods won the overall standings despite Phil Mickelson’s triumph in the final event.
    Billy Horschel reportedly gifted his caddie $1 million after his win in 2014, while McIlroy’s caddie — now ex-caddie – J.P. Fitzgerald was delighted with his 10% share of his boss’s winnings.
    “I think his words were, ‘A tsunami just hit my bank account, so thank you very much,'” McIlroy told reporters at a subsequent event in China.
    “So the total was $1.05 million. I think he was quite happy.”
    Woods won the inaugural FedExCup in 2007 and added a second title two years later.
    The Tour Championship takes place at East Lake Golf Club, Atlanta from Sept. 21-24.

    Read more: http://www.cnn.com/2017/08/30/sport/dustin-johnson-fed-ex-cup-pga-tour/index.html

    There’s a copy of the NES classic “Golf” inside every Nintendo Switch, apparently

    Anyone who plays video games and grew up at a certain point in time likely remembers many of the Nintendo classics of the mid-to-late 1980s. Although Nintendo wasn’t the only video game company in town, it managed to mainstream the concept of the home video game console in a big way on the strength of a library of simple and straightforward, yet hugely playable games. And from the sounds of things, one of those games―the 1984 sports game Golf― is apparently still lurking around in the depths of the Nintendo Switch.

    According to multiple reports, it’s been discovered that the data for the NES classic is actually inside each and every new Nintendo Switch console, although it’s not at all clear how to actually access and play it or if it will ever be possible. It’s no secret that Nintendo’s latest console contains an emulator; Kotaku reported on the existence of one in the Switch’s files, under the codename “Flog,” back in July.

    Even though past Nintendo systems have included built-in emulators―to facilitate playing retro games purchased from the company’s online Virtual Console store, for example―it’s nonetheless notable that Golf is apparently already loaded into the Switch.

    It’s unclear if and when it’ll actually be opened up for people to play, but there’s reportedly been at least one major tweak from the original NES version. Namely, mined data suggests the Switch version can be played with motion controls, rather than strictly with the system’s JoyCon controllers.

    Again, unfortunately for anyone who fell in love with Golf when it was first released, the game can’t actually be played yet on the Switch. But if Nintendo eventually decides to roll out this new re-release, especially if it involved swinging a motion controller like a club, it could be a very fun time.

    H/T Ars Technica

    Read more: https://www.dailydot.com/parsec/nintendo-switch-nes-golf/

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    10 Days Left Unlimited Golf For Only $49 Per Year!

    Last Chance Offer:

    The 35th Anniversary membership offer is coming to a close very soon. We are extending what we will call our “last chance offer”. This offer will come to a close on Sunday, October 1, 2017, at the end of the business day, so if any of you have friends who have not joined yet, please ask them to contact us at the golf shop (954-922-8755) immediately so that we can get them in on this once in a lifetime offer before it expires. Only 11 days left before the offer ends. When this offer is gone we will never extend it to the public again. Please don’t miss your chance to secure your 3-year golf membership for only $49.00 per year (plus $10.00 per year admin. fee).

    We would ask that you call the golf course to make a tee-time. During the beginning of our new relationship with each of you we would ask that you please show a valid ID when checking in at the golf shop along with your membership card; this will only be necessary until we get to know each of you on a more personal level.  Thanks for your patience and understanding with us on this.

    Golf Outings and Leagues:

    If any of you have any Golf Leagues, Corporate Golf Outings, Fundraiser Golf Outings or any other type of golf event we would love to have the opportunity to host the event for you.  We will commit to doing everything possible to make the event something that you would be proud to be a part of.  Since you have committed to be a part of our family we will commit to making this event the talk of your company, group or organization.

    If there is ever anything that we can do for you please do not hesitate to let us know how we can serve you.  It is our goal to provide you with outstanding customer service.

    See you on the tee,

    Ownership and Staff,

    Josh McCumber

    Police pursue speedy 79-year-old onto golf course

    A high speed chase in New York started on the freeway and ended up on the fairway.

    State police report that on Tuesday afternoon a trooper clocked a 2010 Toyota Corolla doing 93 mph on Interstate 81 near the town of Kirkwood and tried to pull it over.

    The 79-year-old driver, identified as Freddie P. Maliwacki Sr., ignored the lights and sirens of the patrol car and led it on a pursuit that continued onto local roads. Then off them.

    A Broome County Sheriff’s deputy in the next town alerted to the situation via radio laid a spike strip in the road in in front of the Corolla and flattened its tires.

    The car didn’t stop, though. It pulled onto the Golden Oak Golf Course and drove around tearing up the grass until it finally got stuck in the rough.

    Police arrested Maliwacki and charged him with reckless endangerment and criminal mischief. He is currently being held in Broome County jail without bail.

    According to a post on the golf course’s Facebook page, no one was hurt in the incident, but six greens were damaged. Repairs were completed in time to open the following afternoon.

    “We are resilient! We can be knocked down, but we get up stronger every time!,” the post proclaimed.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/auto/2017/08/31/police-pursue-speedy-79-year-old-onto-golf-course.html

    Golf Shop Bar & Grill

    Come join us in the Golf Shop Bar & Grill for a cold drink and burger after your round or just to hang out with us and watch some football!

    Quick Menu

    Domestic Beers $3

    Import Beers $4

    Grey Goose $7

    Tito’s $6

    Absolut $5

    Jack Daniels $5

    Hamburger $5

    Cheeseburger $6

    Hot Dog $5