Happy 2019. New rule changes covered under the "Competition" tab.
With condolences to his family, the Men's Club notes the passing of long time member Ernie Pupo. Ernie was a fixture in our club at tournaments and the weekday "skins" game. He will be missed and long remembered for his golf skills and competitive spirit.
The Liberty Lake Athletic Club would like to invite the members of The Liberty Lake/Meadow Wood - Men’s Club to come check out our new state-of-art golf simulator, which boasts 98 golf courses. You can work on your game at the virtual driving range, play 18 at Pebble Beach with your buddies, or participate in our Winter Golf League. It’s fun, close, warm and affordable! Hourly simulator use rates are $40 but if you mention that you’re a Liberty Lake/Meadow Wood Men’s Club member you will receive a 25% discount. Christmas is coming up, give your golfing friends and family the gift of golf with simulator Gift Card.
Only $30 per hour for LL/MW Men's Club Members!
Gift Cards Available
Private Lessons with PGA Professional Tim Parsons are also available! $60 for 1 lesson, $200 for a package of 4 lessons or $500 for a package of 12 lessons. Email email@example.com to schedule a lesson.
To make a tee-time please call The Liberty Lake Athletic Club @ 509-891-2582
We welcome our newest board members who will begin their terms next spring.
New secretary: Stan Brazington
New board member: Tom Freeland
and our returning board members:
Vice President: Randy Allen
Treasurer: Gary Hann
Tournament Chairman: Paul Halttunen
Sydney Moore, one of two Memorial Scholarship winners is shown with (left to right) LLGC Pro Kit DeAndre, high school coach Rob Collins and LLMWMC President Tim Nersinger. Sydney is an exceptional scholar and athlete at East Valley High School. She received a $1,000 cash scholarship thanks to the donations of our club members. She is currently attending North Idaho College and plans to move on to dental school. Congratulations Sydney! We wish you much success.
Newly crowned Men's Club Champion Gordon Dallas, pictured with President Tim Nersinger.