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Happy Hour, Dinner Specials, Trivia Night and More Coming to Clubhouse Bar and Grille

IMG 9752There’s a lot going on at the Clubhouse Bar and Grille this month, including happy hour discounts, trivia night, a new dinner menu, and exclusive Super Bowl specials.
The Clubhouse Bar and Grille, based inside the new Ocean Pines Golf Club building on 100 Clubhouse Drive, is now open Thursday through Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. After March 11, the Yacht Club will reopen and the Clubhouse will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From Feb. 4 through March 11, the Clubhouse will offer happy hour specials from 3-6 p.m. Specials include $3 rail drinks, $4 wines, $5 crushes and discounted draft and bottled beers.
Also starting on Feb. 4 and continuing each Thursday through March 11, the Clubhouse will host the popular trivia night event, from 6-8 p.m. Gather a team, enjoy food and drink specials, and compete to win prizes. Guests must make a reservation prior to taking part in trivia night by calling 410-641-7222.

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Clubhouse Bar and Grille to Offer Dinner for Limited Time

IMG 9417The Ocean Pines Yacht Club will remain closed until March 12, while the Clubhouse Bar and Grille will offer dinner service starting in February, the Association announced this week.
Ocean Pines Director of Finance and Operational Logistics Steve Phillips said the move would save Ocean Pines about $25,000, mostly in labor costs. February is traditionally a month associated with losses at the restaurant.
Ralph DeAngelus, cofounder of the Matt Ortt Companies that runs Ocean Pines’ food and beverage operations, said the Clubhouse Bar and Grille will reopen next Thursday through Sunday, with winter hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Starting on Feb. 4, hours will be extended to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., with the restaurant open Thursday through Sunday and happy hour and dinner specials beginning. A new menu will be announced in February.
"The kitchen there doesn't have the availability to put together an entire [dinner] menu, but it can do the existing menu that's there and an additional five dinner-entree menu, each week,” DeAngelus said.
He said the Clubhouse will also house Thursday trivia nights, normally held at the Yacht Club, starting on Feb. 4.

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High School Golf Scholarship Applications Available

graduation reducedApplications for 2021 college scholarships awarded by members of the Ocean Pines Golf Club are now available through guidance offices at Stephen Decatur High School and Worcester Preparatory School.
Additionally, students from other local high schools who feel they may qualify can request information and an application from Scholarship Chairman Bob Long at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Long said the Ocean Pines Golf Members’ Council has awarded more than $22,000 to 21 local seniors during the last four years. Students receiving these awards have shown an interest in the game of golf and are judged on the totality of their record. Participation in competitive golf is not a requirement.
This year, the golf members of Ocean Pines — including members of the golf club, the Ocean Pines Ladies’ Golf Association and the Ocean Pines Men’s Golf Association — raised more than $12,000 for the scholarship fund, and matched last year’s record amount despite having to forgo the annual Ocean Pines Taylor-Bank Scramble and other fundraising events because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ocean Pines Men's and Women's Golf Groups Raise Money for AGH

OPLGA and OPMGA maskedThe Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association (OPLGA) and The Ocean Pines Men’s Golf Association held their Annual Pink Lady Golf Tournament at the Ocean Pines Golf Club in October to raise money to help provide mammogram screenings through the Eunice Q. Sorin Women’s Diagnostics Center at Atlantic General Hospital. The associations combined raised $2,310 this year, bringing their contributions over seven years to more than $10,500 raised for the center.

Pictured, from left to right, are Ginger Burke, Ocean Pines Pink Lady Committee Chair; Dot Waters, Pink Lady Co-Chair; Susan Morris, Ocean Pines Ladies Golf Association Chair; Michael Franklin, hospital President; Don McMullen, Ocean Pines Men’s Golf Association President; Toni Keiser, hospital Vice President; Brooke Williams, Director of Imaging.

OP Golf Club Announces Promotion, New Hire

Justin HartshorneOcean Pines this week announced the promotion of Justin Hartshorne to golf superintendent, and the hiring of Kurt Joseph as assistant golf superintendent.
Hartshorne and his wife, Justine, are both originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The couple have two young children: a 2-year-old son, Aiden, and an 8-month-old daughter, Paisley. They also have a "big Burmese mountain dog,” Hartshorne said.
Hartshorne graduated from Penn State University with a bachelor’s degree in turf grass science. His Maryland certifications include a pesticide applicator’s license and a fertilizer applicator’s license, and he recently completed Links “level two” irrigation software training.
"I've also been doing golf maintenance for 18 years now, so I have a lot of experience there as well," he said.
Hartshorne and his wife moved to the area about four years ago, and he initially worked at the Cripple Creek Golf and Country Club in Dagsboro, Delaware. Last September, he was hired as the assistant superintendent at the Ocean Pines Golf Club.
As the new superintendent, Hartshorne will help oversee the entire golf operation. His duties include managing the staff and budget, supervising chemical and fertilizer applications, and maintaining the irrigation system.

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