holiday hacks from our very own interior designer, lynn crawford

December 1, 2018

Decorating for the holidays can be a bit overwhelming for many of us and when our busy schedules don’t allow for much prep time or time to shop for decorations, helpful holiday decorating tips can be a great tool. Luckily, we have our very own interior designer here at Brunswick Forest, Lynn Crawford, that has been gracious enough to share her holiday hacks so we can get inspired this holiday… [Read More…]

pro tips from cape fear national — how to properly repair a ball mark

December 26, 2017

If you’re headed out on the course, one of the most important things of golf course etiquette you could know is how to properly repair a ball mark.  A properly repaired ball mark only takes 3-5 days to heal whereas a improperly repaired ball mark can take 3-5 weeks to heal.  Watch as Cape Fear National, Superintendent, Paul Hughes, walks you through an approved technique of how to repair a… [Read More…]

a holiday spread chef scott would approve

December 20, 2017

Dress your table, break out the fine china and polish the silver — it’s time for a Holiday Spread like never before.  This one might even make Chef Scott a little jealous!!  Tune in as we unveil a holiday feast to bring everyone to the table. There’s no time like the holidays to prepare an indulgent feast.  Follow this Brunswick Forest-approved menu and you will be sure to WOW your… [Read More…]

have a holly jolly holiday with these holiday season pro tips

December 7, 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…  Well, it’s supposed to be anyway, but the spirit of the season can easily get lost in the holiday hustle.  Use these Brunswick Forest recommended pro tips to put the holly jolly back in your holiday! Pack your holiday decorations and supplies effectively.  A lot can be accomplished in the simple way you pack-up and store your holiday wares.  It may be… [Read More…]

analyzing the golf swing with head pro, adam clark

November 9, 2017

We dive into the golf swing with our Cape Fear National Head Pro, Adam Clark.  Adam believes in the KISS Theory- Keep It Simple Silly! First, start by taking a deep breath to get centered and focused.  Next, line up your feet to the golf ball – you are looking for your feet and the golf ball to be parallel to each other.  Take a quick practice swing.  If you… [Read More…]