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NCGA.ORG | FALL 2018 77 C O U R S E D I R E C T O R Y T he NCGA is excited to have partnered with Corica Park to deliver a valuable new member benefit. NCGA Members will receive preferred rates averaging $10-$25 off regular golf rates every day of the week all year. To receive the special rates, simply identify yourself as an NCGA Member when booking or look for the NCGA Rate online on the Corica Park website. Proof of NCGA membership card or GHIN # is required by registering once per year when you check-in at the golf shop for play. George Kelley of Greenway Golf, which op- erates the facility, said he "couldn't be happier about the new relationship, and looks forward to welcoming NCGA members to Corica Park." The Australian sandbelt-style course, which was re-designed by architect Rees Jones, with the close collaboration of Greenway Golf's Marc Logan and Kelley, has received rave reviews since its June 22 re-opening. You can read more and see photos of the new South Course by visiting CoricaPark.com. NEW South Course at Corica Park to Offer NCGA Members Preferred Rates Every Day! W hen the 2019 NCGA Golf Bluebook edition comes out next January, you'll probably notice a difference – the NCGA Course Directory won't be inside. Why not, you ask? Well, not only is it reflective of the NCGA's continued efforts to going green, but more importantly it is in recognition that the NCGA Online Directory is far superior in bringing our members the most up-to-date and far more extensive information about the courses in our region than an annually printed directory could ever do. What can you expect from the online Directory (ncga.org/course-directory)? Members can easily search a course by location or name, within as much as a 50-mile radius. Courses are categorized – Public, Resort, Semi-Private or Private. Other bonuses include detailed, easily visible maps with local landmarks, directions from wherever you are, course reviews, photos, green fees, yardage/slope/rating information for every set of tees, up-to-date staff and course record listings, as well as links to the course websites. And the online Directory has been optimized for great user experience whether you access it on your phone, tablet or laptop. Be sure to check out the online Directory the next time you visit the NCGA website. We think you'll like what you see! You think you might still want a printed version? We'll have you covered. On the homepage of the online Directory, there'll be a link to a printable PDF. How to Use the Online Directory It's simple to search for golf courses. You can do it either by location or facility type. Just type in a zip code or city name and click on 'location', or type in a course name and click on 'name'. You can even narrow your search by type of course (Public, Resort, Semi-Private or Private). Each course listing is up-to-date with directions, phone numbers, course rating and slope info and links to the website. NCGA Course Directory Going Digital-Only

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