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Public Works Department Completes Tern Grille

Phase one of the renovations to the Ocean Pines Golf Club has been completed. It included work to The Tern Grille, men and women’s bathrooms, men’s locker rooms and the patio.

The 47-year-old building dates back to 1970, when construction on Ocean Pines Golf Club, originally named Seabright and later Ocean Pines Golf & Country Club, began. Now it’s out with the old and in with the new tile, carpet, sinks, countertops and paint. 

“The renovations to the locker rooms and bathrooms have given the downstairs of the clubhouse a rejuvenated and fresh look,” PGA Director of Golf John Malinowski said. “The golfers have responded well to the changes and are looking forward to the completion of the new construction and floor plan upstairs this summer.”

Located next to the Ocean Pines Golf Shop, the newly renovated and expanded Tern Grille restaurant is serving a new dining experience. The pub-like restaurant is now featuring an extended bar, an expanded dining area, more flat-screen televisions, a new menu and live entertainment.

“We can now accommodate larger groups of golfers and non-golfers at The Tern Grille,” Venue Director Brian Townsend said. “We have more than tripled our dining capacity.”

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Ocean Pines to Hold Job Fair for All Restaurant Positions

 
April 21, 2017
 
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The Ocean Pines Association will hold a restaurant job fair from 10 am – 1 pm on Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 at Mumford’s Landing in Ocean Pines.
 
Seasonal and year-round positions are available at the community’s three restaurants – The Cove at Mumford’s, Ocean Pines Golf Club’s Tern Grille and the Ocean Pines Beach Club, located at 49th St. in Ocean City. 
 
Individuals interested in serving as waitstaff, cooks, servers, bartenders, bussers and hostesses are encouraged to attend.
 
All three facilities have recently undergone renovations. The association’s flagship restaurant, The Cove at Mumford’s, is currently open; the Ocean Pines Beach Club and Tern Grille will reopen within the next few weeks. 
 
Questions about the job fair should be directed to Mumford’s Landing in Ocean Pines at 410-641-7501.
 
 
 

Ocean Pines Golf Members' Council to Offer Junior Golf Scholarships

March 23, 2017
 
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The membership of Ocean Pines Golf Club and the Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council are once again accepting applications for their junior golf scholarships.
 
Up to three scholarships of $500-$1500 each will be awarded to current high school seniors in support of their college plans for the 2017-2018 school year. Students who are from the Ocean Pines area, including Berlin and Worcester County, are encouraged to see the guidance counselors at their respective schools for an application. Applications are also available online at OceanPinesGolf.org and OceanPines.org.

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Ocean Pines Golf Club Receives PGA Grant

February 7, 2017
 
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Ocean Pines Golf Club was recently selected to receive a $2,500 grant from the Middle Atlantic Professional Golfers’ Association Foundation.
The grant was awarded by the Professional Golfers’ Association Middle Atlantic Joint Player Development and Junior Golf Committees so that Ocean Pines can continue to grow the game of golf and introduce it to new players.
 

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Ocean Pines Golf Club Debuts New Golf Carts

January 20, 2017 

 
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New golf carts are now in use at Ocean Pines Golf Club. A fleet of 76 Yamaha QuieTech carts was delivered the week of Jan. 9.
 
The new fuel-efficient, gas-powered carts feature USB charging ports and sound almost as quiet as electric, according to Yamaha.
 
“The feedback we’ve gotten from golfers – both Ocean Pines residents and nonresidents – has been entirely positive. The carts are quiet, smooth and so much better than the old ones,” said Ocean Pines PGA Director of Golf John Malinowski.
 
The old cart fleet, which was purchased by Ocean Pines in July 2008, was returned to Yamaha as part of a trade-in agreement.