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May 27th - June 2nd
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Monday 11:30am-6:00pm CLOSED 10:00am-6:00pm 11:00am-6:00pm CLOSED CLOSED
Tuesday 11:30am-9:00pm 5:30-9:00pm 3:00-8:00pm 3:00-7:00pm 7:30am-7:00pm 9:30am-8:00pm
Wednesday 11:30am-9:00pm 5:30-9:00pm 3:00-8:00pm 3:00-7:00pm 7:30am-7:00pm 9:30am-8:00pm
Thursday 11:30am-9:00pm 5:30-9:00pm 3:00-8:00pm 3:00-7:00pm 7:30am-7:00pm 9:30am-8:00pm
Friday 11:30am-9:00pm 5:30-9:00pm 11:00am-8:00pm 12:00-7:00pm 7:00am-7:00pm 8:30am-8:00pm
Saturday 11:30am-9:00pm 5:30-9:00pm 11:00am-8:00pm 12:00-7:00pm 7:00am-7:00pm 8:30am-8:00pm
Sunday 11:30am-7:00pm CLOSED 12:00-8:00pm 12:00-7:00pm 7:00am-7:00pm 8:30am-7:00pm

C L U B   N E W S

R E S E R V A T I O N S   R E C O M M E N D E D

We strongly recommend dining reservations in order to provide you with the best experience possible. No matter the time or size of your group, please call for reservation: (616)842-4200

S L C C   D E L I N Q U E N T   A C C O U N T   P O L I C Y
Effective May 1, 2024

Dear Members,

Your Board of Governors and the Finance Committee have been reviewing various policies and processes in order to identify areas in which we can improve efficiency, and better govern our club. One of these areas pertains to our delinquent accounts policy.

The vast majority of our members pay their monthly invoice on time every month. We are grateful and fortunate to have these members, who “think like owners” and are diligent in their payments. Unfortunately, there are always a few members who do not pay on time, some going 90+ days past due. Currently, we assess a small “finance charge” on past due accounts, but this is a minimal amount and creates a lot of extra work for our accounting staff. The delinquent accounts total can be substantial at certain times. Obviously, the club could use those funds for operational needs instead of borrowing from our line of credit during slow periods.

As SLCC embarks on a new season, a revised delinquent account policy has been approved by the Board of Governors and will begin as of May 1st as outlined below. Should you have any questions about the revised policy, please do not hesitate to contact the general manager, Kevin Green or the club’s controller, Drew Nooney.

Payments are late if the business office has not received account payment on or before the 25th of each month. Should you release payment from your banking institution, SLCC web portal or send a check in the mail, please consider allowing 7-10 days prior to the 25th of the month (does not include weekends and holidays) in order to be received on time.
Past Due (Delinquent) – what does it mean to be considered “past due?”
  • January 1 – 31 | charges are accumulated over the month
  • February 1 | on the morning of February 1, all of January charges are closed out; statements are printed and mailed out and notice emailed that statements are now ready. Members have until February 25th to pay statement balance from January.
  • March 1 | on the morning of March 1, all of February charges and payments are closed out, statements are printed and mailed out and notice emailed that statements are now ready. If the January statement balance payment was not received in the business office on/before February 25th – January charges are now “past due.”
First Billing Cycle Past Due – a delinquent notice will be emailed
  • The account balance is now considered “past due” and a $50 late fee is added to balance.
Second Billing Cycle Past Due – a second delinquent notice will be emailed
  • A $100 late fee is added to balance.
Third Billing Cycle Past Due – a third delinquent notice will be emailed and club privileges are immediately suspended until full statement balance payment is received
  • A $200 late fee is added to balance.
  • Each additional month thereafter that the account remains past due, a $200 late fee will be added until the entire accrued statement balance is paid in full.
  • Member will be required to sign an authorization form and set up an auto transfer payment via credit card or financial institution paying each subsequent monthly account balance in full for the remaining time during which the Member continues to be a member of the Club.

Should The Account Balance Ever Become Past Due Again
Going forward, should the member account ever reach suspended status again (3 successive billing cycles past due), immediate termination of the membership will occur, and the Member shall be expelled absent alternative arrangements previously made due to extenuating circumstances.
Responsibility for full payment of the account balance will still be the responsibility of the expelled member. Provided the account balance has been paid in full, the expelled Member may appeal to the Board of Governors for reinstatement consideration in accordance with the Bylaws.

M Y   C L U B,   M Y   R O L E
Important Reminder: Dress Code and Cell Phone Policy

Dear Spring Lake Country Club Members,

As we enjoy the upcoming summer season at our esteemed club, it is essential to revisit our Dress Code and Cell Phone Policy to ensure a pleasant and respectful environment for all members and guests.

Our Dress Code reflects our commitment to tradition, modesty, and the comfort of fellow members. Whether in the Clubhouse, on the golf course, or attending private parties and business meetings, we ask that all attire be tasteful and tailored. Gentlemen are encouraged to wear tailored slacks, Bermuda shorts, and collared shirts, while ladies are welcome in classic and modest outfits. Children are also expected to follow these guidelines, ensuring a cohesive and respectful atmosphere for all.

On the golf course and practice facilities, appropriate golf attire is mandatory. This includes Bermuda shorts for men and women with a minimum 15-inch outseam, collared shirts for men, and neatly-tailored outfits for women. Please refrain from wearing items such as jeans or fitness center attire to maintain the decorum of our golfing experience.

Additionally, we kindly request that all hats and caps be worn with the bill forward, and that golf shoes with metal spikes are not permitted to preserve the integrity of our course.

Regarding cell phone usage, we understand their necessity in modern life but ask for discretion and etiquette. Cell phones should be set to vibrate mode only, and if a call must be taken, please excuse yourself from dining areas and the Golf Shop. Speakerphone mode is prohibited to maintain a peaceful environment for all members and guests.

Please take a moment to review these policies with your guests and children to ensure everyone's compliance. As a community, it is our collective responsibility to uphold these standards and respect the traditions of Spring Lake Country Club.

Attached for your reference is a copy of our complete Dress Code and Cell Phone Policy HERE. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to club management.

Thank you for your attention to this matter and your commitment to preserving the excellence of Spring Lake Country Club.

Warm Regards,
Kevin Green, CCM
General Manager
Spring Lake Country Club

March My Club, My Role: PACE OF PLAY




Friday, May 24th
4:30pm Cocktails & Final Donation Contributions
5:30pm Competition Tees Off
8:00pm Social Hour, Dining Available with Reservation

All levels of membership encouraged to follow along! 


Saturday, May 25th

Sunday, May 26th

Monday, May 27th (Memorial Day)


Corresponding Kid's Pool Party from 6:00-9:30pm

Friday, June 7th
$45 per person

Kick start your summer by joining us for a party featuring yard games & live music on the practice range. Enjoy an All-American cookout with summer favorites - Menu Coming Soon

Bring your favorite yard games!

If you would like to sit at the Social Table to meet new members, please indicate so when making your reservation.

*The Patio Party Menu and Bunker Bar & Grille will be the only available dining this evening; No Nines Menu on 6/7

Sign up: (616)842-4200 or email [email protected]


Sunday, June 16th
$40 per person

Celebrate the Dads in your life on the Patio with a Summer Cookout - Menu Coming Soon

Sign up: (616)842-4200 or email [email protected]



Wednesday, August 7th
Venge Vineyards & Croix Estate with Winemaker, Kirk Venge

Friday, September 20th
Macauley Vineyard Wine Dinner with Macauley Watson

Y O U T H   A C T I V I T I E S

Don't Forget to Register for Summer Activities!

Read more about Swim Lessons, Swim Team, Summer Camp and Junior Golf HERE

in Conjunction with The Kickoff To Summer Patio Party

Friday, June 7th
$15 per child

The kids will enjoy their own summer party at the pool, including swim, inflatable boat races, pool games, yard games, and a buffet on the cafe deck!

Space is limited, advanced reservation required: (616)842-4200 or email [email protected] 
A T H L E T I C S  +  W E L L N E S S



The last Thursday of each month: May 30th, June 27th, July 25th

All levels and requests welcome
75 minute class, providing an extended Savasana
Class starts promptly at 8:30am downstairs in the Youth Activities Center (YAC)
         Please arrive early to set-up and get comfortable
Bring your own mat and any props like: blocks, straps, blanket, etc.
Classes are limited to the first 25, sign up to reserve your place


Wednesday, May 22nd
Beginners: 5:00-6:00pm
Intermediate: 6:00-7:00pm
Location: Racquet Courts

SLCC is excited to introduce you to our new Pickleball Coordinator: 

Ben Gutierrez
4.5+ Skill Rating

Ben is an experienced higher level player with several tournaments and medals at 4.0. He and his brother are going to be playing at 4.5 in a few weeks in the Earth Day Open in Grand Rapids. He looks forward to growing in the game at this level and bringing his experiences back to the students. He also currently plays recreational Pickleball at a 4.5 - 5.0 level.
"My favorite thing about teaching is watching the excitement from people when they learn new things and grow in their game."
Ben is currently in the process of receiving his PCI instruction certification.


Beginning May 21st
Beginning May 29th
Beginning May 25th
G O L F  +  G R O U N D S

G O L F   N E W S
From Josh Lathwell
May 20, 2024


  • Golfing at Spring Lake Country Club HERE
  • Handicap Score Posting Reminder - Handicap & Cap Patrol Update HERE
    • 2024 Handicap & Cap Patrol Policy HERE
    • Cap Patrol Introduction HERE



G R O U N D S   R E P O R T
From Drew Paxton
May 20, 2024

It’s hard to believe Memorial Day is this coming weekend. The crew has done a fantastic job cleaning up the bunkers and the greens have healed up nicely. The golf course is in great shape heading in to the holiday weekend. We were actually dry enough for the first time to need to break out the hoses to do some hand watering this past weekend.

The contractor helping us with the pond bank work on 6 and 12 will be here starting Monday afternoon. We will start on hole 12 first, then finish on hole 6. While they are working, we will move the tees forward in the fairway to avoid any potential of their crew getting hit by a ball. We will also be getting the cart path on hole 1 redone in the next week or two.

The other project getting started this week is the new landscape bed to the South of the main entrance. We will shape it, and start getting the plant material installed to really give the entrance a fresh look.
As always please replace your divots and fix your ball marks.

Drew Paxton
Golf Course Superintendent

H A N D I C A P   M E E T I N G S

USGA Handicapping & Cap Patrol Introduction

Wednesday, May 29th  |  6:00-7:00pm


S L C C   S P O T L I G H T

Use this page to learn about the newest members of Spring Lake Country Club, and also get to know existing members as we highlight various families and individuals!

Have someone in mind who should be highlight here? Email a nomination to [email protected]

S T A F F   S H O W C A S E

A dedicated place to share the outstanding achievements of our talented team, as well as a place for us to introduce you to new additions. 


P E O P L E ' S   C H O I C E   V O T E

We're honored to be nominated for the Grand Haven Tribune's annual People's Choice Awards again under Best Golf Course.

Better yet, our Executive Sous Chef, Jared Stookey, is also nominated for Best Chef. We are so incredibly proud of his recognition, and we know you are too!

We would love to have your support in both categories, acknowledging the excellent Team at SLCC. Voting is open daily until Wednesday, February 21st. You can click HERE to vote Jared Best Chef under Food & Drink, and SLCC Best Golf Course under Arts, Entertainment & Recreation.

J A N U A R Y   2 0 2 4

Ray Davis Promoted to Director of Instruction

We're excited to announce a new role at SLCC. As we enter into this new and exciting golf season, I am thrilled to announce a change in the Golf Department. 

Ray Davis has been a PGA assistant professional with Spring Lake Country Club for the past 19 seasons.  Over the past 18 months, we have been working together on an exciting new role for Spring Lake Country Club.  Ray will be taking on the new role as our Director of Instruction. 

Over the past several years, SLCC has seen an increased demand for this role within our department.  Ray brings a wealth of expertise and passion for instruction and club fitting.  Under his guidance, we are excited to introduce engaging clinics and individual/group personalized lessons, while continuing to elevate the golf experience for our members.

In addition to this, be on the lookout for more detailed information about Operation 36 Programming for new golfers (adults and juniors), PGA Junior League, along with many other exciting learning opportunities.

Winter is one of the best times to work on your golf game inside with our Trackman indoor bays.  Winter lesson series for Juniors, Ladies and Men are available.

You will find more information on pricing and how to sign up for lessons with Ray here.

Brandon, Blake and myself will also continue to provide lessons, teach Junior Golf, assist in clinics, and provide club fittings.

We are excited about the current direction of our golf program and can’t wait to share it with you.

Warm Regards,
Josh Lathwell
PGA Head Golf Professional


J A N U A R Y   2 0 2 4

Ashley Porter Recognized Among West Michigan's Best

Ashley Porter was nominated at the West Michigan Food & Beverage Awards for her extraordinary work as Clubhouse Manager.

The WMFAB Awards seeks to recognize the most talented businesses and individuals in West Michigan's Food & Beverage community. Their efforts aim to highlight superior experiences for locals and tourists alike.

Although Ashley did not win her category, we are incredibly proud of her nomination; she is a tremendous representation of Spring Lake Country Club and her recognition is well deserved.