Noel Reis lives on a quiet cul de sac in the estates section of the Woodlands Country Club where homes back up to one of the two 18-hole golf courses in the community.
The Tamarac Chamber of Commerce is making it easy for residents who own businesses large or small business to now become members by having several events right here in our own community.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron The Woodlands Country Club will be serving Easter Brunch on Sunday April 5, and reservations are now being taken. The Country Club, now owned by ClubLink, is now open for all residents to dine said Alessandro Dicembrino, Front of the House Supervisor. Easter Brunch will be served from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. and […]
Passover commemorates the emancipation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt, and the Passover Seder meaning order or arrangement is a Jewish ritual feast marking the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover.
The Woodlands Country Club was created in 1968 when developer and Tamarac builder Ken Behring wanted to build a golf community resembling Palm Springs, Calif. He purchased more than 5,000 acres and built homes surrounded by fairways, beautiful wooded areas, and winding streams.
Many new communities in Tamarac will be getting an updated look this year with new entry signs, including the Woodlands, if the board votes to move forward with the proposed signage from the city.
ShareTweetShareBy: Steve Buck In response to the editorial that appeared on this website on October 1, 2013, I would like to say that criticizing the company that has revitalized the Woodlands and stopped the country club from closing its doors back in 2011 is extremely irresponsible. For those who think we would never have closed, […]
Resident Doug Frens as well as myself have had numerous emails and discussions with Mike Funk, Manager of ClubLink who oversees groundskeeping for the golf course and other areas. We have explained to him, in particular, that the area by the canal on White Oak Lane is Clublink’s responsibility to mow the grass, pull the weeds and trim the border of shrubs as needed.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron As if we don’t have enough wildlife to contend with here in the Woodlands. Now we have aggressive raccoons. When I think about raccoons, I think about those furry little guys that get into our garbage and typically run away when they see a human. Not so, according to Section […]
Interview with ClubLink Corp Vice President John Finlayson.