golf fundamentals with cape fear national head pro, adam clark

February 15, 2015

We caught up with Cape Fear National’s head professional, Adam Clark, to talk about some of the fundamental elements of the game of golf and advice he offers to beginner players. GRIP “Grip is one of the most important aspects to playing golf, and there are three different ways to hold a club,” says Clark. “First is the 10-finger grip, then you have the Vardon Grip (also known as the… [Read More…]

cooking demo with chef randall

February 13, 2015

Cape Fear National’s Chef Randall Potter stepped outside of the kitchen last week to host a cooking exhibition at Brunswick Forest’s Community Commons. The program, which was presented to a Brunswick Forest residents, included a full demonstration as well as a tasting.           STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION Potter took the guests through the steps to prepare a meal of seared wahoo, risotto, and sautéed vegetables. “Wahoo doesn’t have… [Read More…]


february happenings at brunswick forest

February 10, 2015

In case you missed it…here are the February Happenings at Brunswick Forest! Stay current on all of the social activities, fitness classes, club meetings, community announcements and much more with this month’s newsletter! To make sure you don’t miss a beat…sign up for the Brunswick Forest e-newsletter here!… [Read More…]

local area historical attractions commemorate 150th anniversary of the civil war

February 8, 2015

The area around Brunswick Forest is rich with history, with Wilmington and Brunswick County playing an important role in the Civil War. This month, area historical sites and museums are hosting special events to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. BRUNSWICK TOWN/FORT ANDERSON Located in Winnabow, just a few miles from Brunswick Forest, Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson features both the historical foundations of a colonial settlement… [Read More…]


park and ride lot opens at brunswick forest

February 6, 2015

Brunswick Forest is going green(er!) A “Park and Ride” lot opened in front of the Lowe’s Foods grocery store in The Villages at Brunswick Forest last month. The new lot joins two other lots which opened in Leland, one at the Food Lion on Mt. Misery Road and one at the new Leland Town Hall. The lot is designed for commuters who wish to carpool in to Wilmington and features… [Read More…]