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Cranford Golf Club Seeks New Members

Club Celebrates its Silver Anniversary Season

The Cranford Golf Club (CGC), which was formed in November 1989, is planning to begin its 25th season as a "Golf Club Without Real Estate" on March 22, 2014.

The club was formed to offer competitive golf events and, through its membership affiliation with the Metropolitan Golf Association (MGA), provide members with a USGA handicap and educate golfers on the Rules of Golf. The MGA issues updated handicaps twice per month from April 1 through October 31. The MGA also offers certain sponsored tournament competitions and rules seminars.

During each season the CGC offers a variety of tournaments on weekend dates (primarily Saturdays, every two weeks) from March until late-October at golf courses throughout New Jersey and including certain courses located in Pennsylvania and New York.

Tournaments featured on the "CGC Tour" each season are the Club Championship Tournament competed at match play, by flights, a Member-Member match play tournament and a 36-hole Member-Member stroke play event. The club also offers a Winter Tour and a Fall Tour to provide competitive golf throughout the calendar year, weather permitting.

As part of its Silver Anniversary season-long celebration, the Cranford Golf Club is now offering a special New Member rate of $75 for the 2014 season until April 30 (a $25 savings).

Please visit the CGC’s website at www.cranfordgolfclub.com to view the club’s 2014 Tournament Schedule and various statistical data related to the 2013 season and historical data since the club’s beginning.

For additional information please contact Cliff Simon at csimon26@verizon.net or at

(908) 276-6935.


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