Monthly Archives October 2012

LPGA Pros Fight to Eradicate Breast Cancer, Join Them By Shopping for the Cause

There are few of us who have not been touched directly or indirectly by cancer .In September we supported Prostate Cancer Awareness month with a post about the importance of prostate cancer screenings, and this month we mark Breast Cancer Awareness month with a look at what the golf industry is doing in support of that cause. We welcome your ideas for Bowling Green’s future participation in either of these two causes. Read on to learn more about a few of the golf industry’s breast cancer initiatives. One of the most important methods of fundraising for the breast cancer cause
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Local Knowledge: How to Play the Bowling Green Golf Club Back Nine Like the Members Do

  In August Bowling Green Golf Club shared a blog post with the ins and outs of playing the front nine of the Bowling Green golf course which you can read here. This month, we are sharing local knowledge tips on how to play holes 10, 11, 12, and 13. These intricacies of a golf course are usually only revealed when a golfer plays the course on a regular basis. Since this Local Knowledge may not be obvious to the first time visitor we are sharing some tips to make your first round at Bowling Green an enjoyable one. With
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A Prostate Cancer Screening and Early Detection Could Save Your Life

This week we have a special guest post about prostate cancer from Dr. Gregg Zimmerman, of Morris Urology, division of Garden State Urology and medical director of robotic surgery at Saint Clare’s Health System. Dr. Zimmerman is special to us because he, through early detection, diagnosed and treated our very own Joe Riggs. We hope you find the information he shares below helpful to you and yours. When my patient Joe Riggs asked me to write a blog to help educate his Bowling Green guests about how early detection of prostate cancer saves lives, I knew the request came from
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Bowling Green 2012 season thrives despite industry trends…

Bowling Green Golf Club Thriving Despite Industry Trends Semi private golf club poised for growth Oak Ridge, N.J.— Oct. 9, 2012—At a time when golf courses are closing nationwide, Bowling Green Golf Club in Morris County is finishing its 45th-anniversary season with an increased customer base and greater demand for tee times. Through September, the semi private course increased its rounds by 24.6 percent in 2012 as compared to 2009, and increased its revenue by 18 percent despite downward pressure in pricing. The Riggs family, Bowling Green’s proprietors, credit their success to looking at the golf industry through fresh eyes
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Live Music at the Grill Room this Fall

Two performers this weekend liven up the scene at the Grill Room. Mickey Freeman,  jazz singer, makes her first appearance with bass & keyboards this Friday, Oct. 5th and also Friday, Oct. 19th. Check out the press on her new CD release at the http://www.dailyrecord.com. Meanwhile, Mark Coulter appears Saturday, Oct. 6th & 20th  singing rock n’ roll classics and chatting with the audience. See a sample here. Easy listening guitaristScott Kelly appears Saturday Oct. 13th and the always popular Flying Obersons appear Oct. 27th in a finale to the entertainment season. Live music returns again in January 2013. Join
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