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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Creighton Farms to Host 2013 Senior PGA Professional National Championship

Northern Virginia’s scenic Creighton Farms in Aldie, Va., will return as host of the 2013 Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship presented by Mercedes-Benz, Oct. 10-13. River Creek Club in Leesburg, Va., will also return as the co-host of first and second round play. The 264-player field will be composed of senior PGA Professionals representing the 41 PGA Sections, and will compete for a total purse of $285,000 on both courses over the first two rounds of play.
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Creighton Farms, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, will again host the final 36 holes of competition. Southworth Development, with headquarters in Newton, Mass., is now in its third year of title sponsorship.

“The PGA of America has been blessed to have a committed title sponsor and outstanding host venues in Northern Virginia to present this national championship for an accomplished field of senior PGA Professionals,” said PGA of America President Ted Bishop. “The Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship continues a popular tradition for our member professionals. Last year’s finale ranked among the best clutch shots anywhere in golf. We anticipate another great Championship this fall.”

Last year at Creighton Farms, Jim Woodward of Oklahoma City, Okla., secured a one-stroke victory by hitting a career approach shot on the par-5 18th hole to within tap-in range for an eagle.

Creighton Farms, a par-72, 7,410-yard layout that opened in 2008, was one of two private courses in the world to achieve recognition by Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, and Travel Leisure Golf in the same season. In 2009, Golfweek selected Creighton Farms among its “Best New Private Golf Courses.” Creighton Farms reflects the Nicklaus trademark of a challenging design, focusing on course management strategy and precision rather than power.

“We are delighted that River Creek and ClubCorp will again join Southworth Development and Creighton Farms in hosting the Southworth Senior PGA Professional National Championship,” said David Southworth, president and CEO of Southworth Development. “These two exceptional courses will provide players with many distinct challenges as they compete for this prestigious title. I’m sure it’s going to be an enjoyable and memorable week for everyone.”

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Golf development in the U.S. has been a risky business as of late. But some have found great success. Golf Inc. magazine profiled the ten most admired golf developments in the last 15 years with Creighton Farms, Bandon Dunes and Streamsong Resort leading the list.

Some are destination courses, like the world-renowned links at Bandon Dunes. Some are celebrity-designed courses at exclusive clubs, like the ones you'll find at Martis Camp in California's High Sierras or at Creighton Farms in Virginia's hunt country. Notwithstanding the differences, these 10 golf properties have set themselves apart by offering something that their customers simply can't live without.

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Meredith Bay announced today the unveiling of three new model units in the Bluegill Lodge, the first of four luxury condominium buildings Southworth has planned for its award-winning Lake Winnipesaukee community. The Bluegill Lodge features 23 luxurious condominium units on four floors ranging from 1,400 to more than 2,000 square feet.

The Lodges at Meredith Bay offer all of the luxuries of lakeside living, while situated on a picturesque hillside with stunning, panoramic views of Lake Winnipesaukee. One of the most unique features of The Lodges at Meredith Bay is the heated underground parking garage with direct elevator access into every unit. Owners also enjoy the convenience of The Lodges’ Fitness Studio and outdoor Grilling Pavilion along with access to Meredith Bay’s private beach club and marina.

The two- and three-bedroom single-floor units feature open concept kitchen, dining and living areas, fireplaces and hardwood floors. Standard features include oversized decks, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, custom fixtures, and dedicated underground parking space and storage area. Lodge owners will also have access to Meredith Bay’s marina and private beach club with sandy beach, lakefront swimming pool, beach volleyball, restaurant and more. Lodges condominium units start in the mid-$400,000s and are accepting reservations now with units slated for delivery next month.

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Dawson Frock from Renaissance just north of Boston started the rotation, bringing his affinity for classic, fresh local ingredients with him. As the Abaco Club’s first guest chef, he dazzled members’ palettes with his Blackened Grouper, Maple Glazed Chicken Breast and Bahamian Conch Chowder.

Next to visit was Chef Reid Badger from Creighton Farms outside of Washington DC. Known for making everything from scratch, Chef Reid crafted a number of sumptuous dishes while in Abaco, including Lemon Grass and Lime Ice Cream, Mango Cake made with mangoes and a hint of ginger, and Home-Made Bread with olive and basil ciabatta.