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Highland Park’s Honored Member-2017

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JOHN BAKER (center, with Club President Jack Weinerth, right and Club Pro Bob Steiner, left) is Highland Park’s 2017 Member of the Year.  John was selected based on his countless hours of volunteer work and dedication to Highland Park Golf Course and Clubhouse.   Course Superintendent Tom Lynch states that John has been an asset to him and his staff over the years for his hard work and accomplishments on the course.  John was recognized for his accomplishments on Sunday, June 11th just prior to the start of the Pro-Member tournament.  Congratulations John and Thank You for your time and dedication to Highland Park.

Highland Park’s 2017 NEW Membership Discounts

For new members, Highland Park is offering first year discounts of $350 to $600. Those discounts are available through May 31, 2017. Also in 2017, any existing single membership that converts to a family membership will receive a $250 discount. 

Are you an Out-of-State Resident who only spends several summer months in the Central New York area? A Non-Resident membership for single and family applicants is now being offered at Highland Park. Rate details for Non-Resident applicants are noted on the General Membership application.

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Are you age 35 or Younger? Highland now has special Membership rates for single and family memberships for players under age 35. Call us at any time regarding questions you might have regarding membership.

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Play more golf at a convenient location that offers outstanding conditions on a challenging course.
Involve family and friends in a sport they can appreciate for a lifetime.
Enjoy the camaraderie of a friendly and active membership that loves golf as much as you do.
Benefit from the attention a professional staff will pay to your game.
Accomplish all the above and more in 2017 at Highland Park Golf Course.

Highland’s History Restored

 

“Out of the Ashes”
If it’s one thing that’s sadly missed as a result of the 2007 Clubhouse fire, it’s the plaques that hung from the walls that detailed many of Highland’s events and milestones. As a reminder of what once was, two of those plaques (restored by member Mark Cahill) now hang in the Clubhouse.