Open Memorial weekend to Labor Day, the Terradyne swimming pool is always a hit with the family! This area completely opens up to a stunning view of the golf course by way of a veranda for those who may enjoy lounging instead of laps. Pool hours are generally Sunday - Friday, 12:00 - 8:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am - 8:00pm (weather permitting, of course!) until school starts in mid August, then weekends only through Labor Day.
Connected to the West by our fully stocked pool house and snack bar, everybody can enjoy the shade or grab a quick bite. The entire Hereford House food and bar menu is also served poolside.
Private swimming lessons are available, as is the opportunity to make new friends on the Terradyne Swim Team! The pool is a great place to cool off and get away, all the while knowing you’re under the alert eye of our fully trained lifeguard staff.
The summer at Terradyne is filled with our ever popular weekly social events including Friday Fun Night (for 7 to 12 year olds only), Adult Swim, Dive-in Movie Night, and Swim Camps. Holidays make a huge splash with our annual Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day Parties!
See the Pool Calendar under Events tab!
5:30 - 6:30 pm For session information, please contact the Golf Shop, 733-5851.
Please contact the Golf Shop for details and get signed up early! 733-5851.
AIM SMALL, MISS SMALL
Quite often when I am playing with members I see them make a good swing with good contact and miss the fairway by twenty yards. Confused, they will look at me and ask what happened. When I ask what they were aiming at, it is amazing how often they reply, “The fairway”. While it seems like a good concept, aiming into a 35 yard wide fairway is not nearly as precise as we need to be. There seems to be an intimidation that settles in on a golfer when I tell them to aim at a branch/sign/etc. in the distance. “I can’t hit that exact line, I’m not good enough”. We don’t have to hit that exact line, but if we can aim at a small target and miss that by a little bit, you will be in much better shape that just aiming at a huge fairway and missing that. Hence the term “Aim small, miss small”.
Assistant Golf Professional