1001 LaFayette Drive, Farmington, PA
Come and join us for a weekend at one of Western PA Best Resorts. Nemacolin Woodlands Resort.
September 6-8, 2013.
We will be staying the Links Townhome accommodations for 2 nights.
One round of golf on Mystic Rock
One round on the Links.
Tax & gratuity/service fee includes
15% discount to each guest on merchandise purchases in Nemacolin Retail Shoppes including the Spa, and shooting, ( excluding Casino).
Friday- Check in and welcome reception,(cash bar )
The option to add a round of golf on Friday- $65.00 Mystic Rock, $35.00 Links
Open house dinner at Susan’s & neighboring Townhome.
No meals are included.
We are staying in the townhomes they consist of 1- King bed, 1- Queen bed and a pull out sleeper.
2 full bathrooms and 1 power room, Kitchen, Living.
I have stayed in them before and I think they work well, It will depend on you as to how many you want to put in a townhouse up to 5.
A shuttle will pick you up and take you to the course, they will hold your golf bag and deliver them to the next course in the morning.
Nemacolin has done away with the four caddy and have installed GPS systems in the carts.
One person per townhome- $[masked] ( not a very sharing person)
Two people in a townhome - $400.00 per person
Three people in town home- $310.00 per person
Four people in townhome $260.00 per person
Five people in townhome $230.00 per person
I will need a $50.00 deposit by March 10th to hold this reservation. $100.00 by May 10th,
$150.00 by June 20th. and balance by July 20th.
Here are the rules as to who can go. You don’t have to be member of ASGA, or even Meet-up. But you do have to be SINGLE..NO EXCEPTIONS. This is a mixed single group.
I will be inviting other groups on and off of Meet up.
I will be working on room buddies if you are not bringing anyone.
You can put it on a Credit Card or PayPal. contact me for details
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: If we don't hit the numbers I will refund all deposit.
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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