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On February 22 Coharie hosted it’s annual Father/Daughter Dinner and Dance. Dinner was prepared by Chef Emily and served at 6:30. Approximately 70 members and guests along with their siblings were in attendance. At 7:30 musical entertainment was provided by Brian Evans as participants danced the night away.


The course is still wet and we are still in store for some cold weather but my staff and I have begun preparations for theupcoming golf season. Pre-emergent weed control will be going out course wide to help keep us clean and weed free this year. I will also be applying to greens to prevent the goose grass problems of the past. Also, I will be starting afungicide and fertilization program for the greens.My staff and I also have a few other projects in the works. First, we have dug up the bushes at the clubhouse entrance,and will be planting new greenery soon. A special thank you to Mrs. Nancy Heath for her help with this. Next, we are working to create a few designs for new tee markers. I will present them at the upcoming CMGA meeting to vote on. Another thank you to Mark Harrell and Jonathan Williams for their help with this one. Finally, we have begun the initial work for drainage on holes 2 and 8. This project will, however, take time and planning to produce a remedy to fix theproblems. I hope everyone is looking forward to warmer weather and a new golfing season. My staff and I will do all we can tocreate an excellent golf course with beautiful surroundings that all of us at Coharie can be proud of.Thank you, Kevin McCamy, GCS


For the second year Coharie hosted Cotillion 2019. It is designed to assist young people in “Learning proper behavior and create a lifetime of success & confidence in any social situation.” This year the event was conducted by Tracee Meyers and Nancy Heath.


The annual Mother/Son Dinner & Dance will be held on March 1. Dinner will be from 6:30 til 7:30 and danc-ing from 7:30 til 10:00. The cost is $40 for Mother/Son and $10 for each additional child. The cost for guest Mother/Sons is $60 and $10 for each additional child. Call to make reservations.


The NEW 2019 PRO V1 and PRO V1X have arrived. Come check out the new improved Titleist golf balls.

Srixon Golf Balls
• Buy 1 Dozen Soft Feel for $20 and get another dozen of Q Star for only $10 more
• Buy 1 Dozen Q Star for $24.99 or 2 dozen for $29.99
• Buy 1 Dozen Q Star Tour for $29.99 and get another dozen of Q Star for $10 more

All in stock Callaway and Bridgestone gloves will be $7.99 each while supplies last. Stop by early to get best selection of sizes. Mens and ladies available.

We now have Logo Golf hats in stock. Stop by and check out the selection.

We have logo headcovers for driver, fairway woods, hybrids, and putters. See Richard if you are interested in getting any.

Members can get special order items at cost plus 10%. Ask Richard to get you a quote for your special items.

We will be getting new items in monthly. Stop by and see what is new


The CMGA will have the first Kickoff Tournament on April 13. The format of the tournament is: Each team will have four players paired by Richard. You will play 18 holes with your ball (not Superball) from the tees that your handicap is established. Each team will count one gross and one net score that cannot be the same ball. At the end of play you will draw a player from the Masters Tournament that made the cut. Your team score will be the gross score, net score, and pro’s score added together. Prized will be gift certificates in the Pro Shop. The cost is $75. Breakfast is available from 8:00-9:00am and is included in your entry fee.


March 21at at 7:00pm Coharie will host a Ladies’ Night Calligraphy and Chalk Art Basics

  • $20 per member $40 per guest for kit
  • Kit includes: workbook, Shaffer calligraphy pen, 2 Tombow brush pens, small chalkboard, chalkpen. If you have your own pens fee will be $10 for members and $20 for guests.
  • Please reserve your spot ASAP so we can get kits ordered.
  • Call or email Tina or Richard reservations.


Clinic Launches on March 14th!

RDUTennis is proud to team up with Coharie CC again over the fall to offer youth clinics on Thurdays.

This clinic is designed for children with very little to no tennis experience. Featuring: the understand-ing of ground-strokes, volleys, score keeping, and etiquette.

RDUTennis operates at nearly 40 locations throughout central Florida, North Carolina, and Washington D.C.

This is a 8 week session launching on March 14. The fee is $80 per member and $100 per guest.

You can register or get more information by clicking here.


On March 29 Coharie will host another Guest Chef Night. These have been very popular in the past. This month the guest chef is Chef Cliff Vogelsberg from US Foods. The menu includes:

  • Hydroponic Greens with Toasted Cashews, Slow RoastedTomatoes, Goat Cheese, Ginger-Mandarin Vinaigrette
  • Grilled New York Strip with Cabernet-Goat Cheese Butter
  • Bacon-Potato Gateau, Grilled Asparagus
  • Grand Marnier Chiffon Cake with Shaved White Chocolate
  • Drunken Raspberry Coulis

Cost is $50 per member and $65 per Guest. Call or email Tina or Richard for reservations. Limited seating


The annual High School Spring Fling will be help on March 30 from 7:30pm-11:00 pm. Details to follow.The Middle School Spring Fling Dance will be held on April 12 from 7:30pm - 11:00pm. The cost for Middle School Dance is $10 for members and $20 for guests.


Our Annual Easter Egg Hunt and 2nd Annual Glow in the Dark Egg will be held on Friday, April 19th. Pre-K to 1st grade Hunt will begin at 5:30. Dinner and activities will take place afterwards. Glow Hunt, open for 2nd grade to middle school, will begin at sunset. More details to come. Call or email Tine or Richard to make reservations.


Sun ‘n’ Fun at the Coharie pool isn’t too far away! If your son or daughter is interested in being a lifeguard this summer, you can print an application from the link on the website. Just go to (or google Coharie Country Club) and click on Tennis/Pool at the top of the page. You will see the link for the lifeguard application in the Pool section. Applications must be filled out and turned in to the club office or lounge by Monday, April 15, so that we may then schedule interviews. We are notifying potential lifeguards now so they can make arrangements to get all certifications completed on time. You don't have to have completed certifications to apply. Lifeguards’ scheduled hours will be based on years of experience at the CCC pool as well as the lifeguards’ availability.

IMPORTANT! Please let me know if you turn in an application (text or email me) so that no one's application gets lost in the shuffle. (That happened once before.) That way I'll know if I have everyone's application.

Lifeguard and CPR/AED certifications must be completed by Monday, May 20; lifeguards cannot be scheduled to work until all certifications have been completed and turned in. I have already sent out a lot of information to CCC members about how to get certified to be a lifeguard. Contact Katie Brown at Sampson Community College (592-8081) or Jonathan Allen with Sampson County Parks and Recreation (299-4900) for some of the possibilities.

The pool will open for weekends beginning on Saturday, May 25. If you have any pool-related questions, please call or text me (Susan Sautter aka Ms. Susan) at 385-8770. You can also email me at

Ms. Susan, pool manager


Carlton Vinson and Brandi Dockery will be offering shag lessons on Sundays beginning February 10 and continuing every Sunday. Beginners lessons are at 5:30 and intermediate at 6:15. It is followed by open dancing from 7:00-9:30. Cost of lessons for members is $10 and open dancing is free. Guests pay is $15 which includes lessons and the open dance.

Shag Night


We have changed the rental contract to only allow pool parties on Monday and Wednesday night from 6-8 PM. The rental fees for members will be $150 for the first 2 hours and non-members rate will be $250 for the first 2 hours. Each additional hour will be $50 for members and $75 for non-members. Every party will have at least 2 lifeguards on duty and the lifeguards will be paid by the person renting the pool at a fee of $15 per hour per lifeguard. The lifeguards will be paid in cash or by check at the end of the party.


For those that pay their monthly house account with a credit card Starting Jan 1, 2019 the club will start charging a 4% credit card processing fee to cover our cost to process credit cards. If you have any questions about this please speak with Richard.


Are you looking for items that you can not find locally. We have a solution for you. We are offer to our members the opportunity to purchase items they may need from US Foods. They offer hundreds of items that you may want or need. Items like Seafood or maybe Prime rib. If you are interested in getting any items then please contact Richard and he will be glad to go over how this works. We order every Monday for a Tuesday delivery and Thursday for a Friday delivery. Let us see if we can get what you need. This offer is only for our members. Membership has some perks.

If you are interested in using this service please email Richard Kimble at and he will call you back to discuss your order


Please use our mats to hit range balls. This time of year we ask that everyone hit range balls from the mats only. The maintenance will remove the mats only sign when we open the grass area. Thanks for your help with this matter. Also we have purchased more range balls to get us through the winter. During the spring we will be getting more new range balls. Range balls will be distributed over the counter from now on. So see any pro shop staff to get your range balls.


If you are not receiving our email updates from the new server (there have been several to go out at this point), please check your SPAM or JUNK mail folder and mark COHARIE COUNTRY CLUB as a “SAFE SENDER”. This will ensure that your emails from Coharie get sent to your appropriate inbox.

If you have received no emails from the new server, please contact Heather Port at directly, or at 910-592-6745.


Click here to view the 2019 Tournament Schedule at Coharie Country Club.

We invite you to read the agronomist report about Coharie from Bill Anderson, CGCS Agronomist of the Carolina's Golf Association. Click here to read report.

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March 1 - Mother/Son. Dinner 6:30-7:30, dance 7:30-10
March 14 - RDUTennis Launches
March 21 - Ladies Night: Beginning Calligraphy/Chalk Art 7pm
March 21 - Southeaster Seniors @ 10am
March 14 - Guest Chef Cliff
March 30 - High School Spring Fling @ 7:30pm
April 6 - Relay for Life Schindler Tournament @ 8:30am
April 12 - Middle School Spring Fling @ 7:30pm
April 13 - CMGA Masters Kickoff Tournament
April 19 - Children’s Easter Parties @ 5:30 pm
April 25 - Sampson Regional Hospital Tournament
April 27 - Sandhill Bombers @ 9am
May - Twilight League Begins, sign up with Richard


Clubhouse: 592-6745

Pro Shop: 592-2951

Pool: 592-2384

Club Fax: 592-4455

Richard Kimble, General Manager

Tina Craig , Bookkeeper

Kevin McCamy, Superintendant

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Coharie Country Club - 101 Coharie Lane - Clinton, NC 28328 - Office 910.592.6745 - Pro Shop 910.592.2951 - Pool 910.592.2384