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    Holiday Ales

    Last updated 11 months ago

    The Holidays are more happy when you mix in a little ale along the way! We got to sample a few Holiday beers over Thanksgiving. You should be able to pick these up at your local liquor store on your way to a holiday gathering. So, grab a six-pack, read this blog, and enjoy some HOLIDAY CHEER!

    Old Jubilation Winter Ale
    Avery Brewing Company - Boulder, Colorado

    "HO HO WHOA" reads the bottle, in regards to it's 8.3% ABV. This English Old Ale has a mahogany hue, hints of hazelnuts, mocha and toffee. No spies just a perfect blend of five specialty malts.

    Limited Release - White Christmas 
    Samuel Adams - Boston, Mass

    This is a beer anyone will be able to enjoy with a smooth beautiful taste. Has hints of cinnamon, nutmeg and orange peel. 5.8% ABV.

    Bell's Christmas Ale
    Bell's Brewery Inc - Kalamazoo, Michigan

    This Christmas Ale contains no spices. Uses all locally grown Michigan malts with a blend of hops from Michigan an the Pacific Northwest. It has a smooth even taste that will complement any holiday menu, not overshadow them. 5.5% ABV

    Celebration Ale
    Sierra Nevada - Chico, California 

    This very 'hoppy' IPA is made with the first fall harvest of hops. It has an intense citrus and pine aroma. Featuring Cascade, Centennial and Chinook hops. Your really have to like 'hoppy' beers to enjoy this bold flavor. 6.8% ABV

    Shiner Holiday Cheer
    Spoetzl Brewery - Shinner, Texa
    Texas is known for a lot of things, but beer is usually not at the top of the list. So we had to walk to the far corner of the liquor store to find the Shiner Holiday Cheer. Definitely the most 'interesting' taste of all the beers listed here. You will certainly pass it around the room and say, "Try this!". Why? Peaches!  It has hints of Texas peaches and pecans. A certain try this December. 5.4% ABV


    How to Make Your Golf Lessons More Productive

    Last updated 12 months ago

    Improve your time on the golf course by taking advantage of your golf lessons. If you put effort into making the most of every lesson, you will quickly notice improvements in your game. Keep reading some tips to help you optimize your lessons:

    Get There Early
    Instead of arriving right on time for your lesson, try to get to the course a little early. This way, you have plenty of time to warm up and really get in the zone before you start to work with your instructor. You want to be loose and warm and ready to swing instead of tight and unable to play at your best.

    Don’t Tell the Instructor what He or She Already Knows
    It is not helpful to you or the instructor if you start your lesson by dissecting what is wrong with your swing. Instead, take a few swings and let the instructor examine the issues for his or herself. You should, however, talk about issues that you notice during your time on the course. If you focus the conversation on what happens to the ball after you swing, the instructor has a better chance of getting to the root of the problem and offering constructive criticism to help you improve it.

    Listen to What the Instructor Says
    One of the most important elements of successful golf lessons is your ability to listen. If you stop talking and genuinely soak in everything that the instructor is saying, you will be more likely to pick up some useful tips and expand your own knowledge and technique for the sport.

    Come to Chevy Chase Country Club to take golf lessons that actually help you improve your game. Our championship 18-hole course has everything you need to become the best player you can be. For more information on our course or golf lessons in Wheeling, visit our website or call (847) 465-2304.

    Breakfast With Santa

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Chevy Chase Country Club and the Wheeling Park District present Breakfast with Santa in the Historic Grand Ballroom. Enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet while carolers entertain you and your family.

    All children meet, and have a photo taken with Santa. Holiday games get everyone into the spirit of the season. Make this joyous event a part of your family's holiday tradition.

    Only $30 per person - Children 4 and younger $10
    Register by December 6 by calling the Community Recreation Center at 847-465-3333.

    Reasons Why Beginning Golfers Should Take Lessons

    Last updated 1 year ago

    Like any other sport, golf is a game that requires plenty of practice. If you want to become the best golfer that you can be, you should take lessons to improve your practice sessions. Keep reading to learn more:

    Spending time one-on-one with an instructor is a great way to learn the foundations of the sport and find out what you are doing wrong. With gentle constructive criticism, you can easily overcome your shortfalls and get better at the game. Working with an instructor helps you grasp the best understanding of the game and of your skills so that you can immerse yourself in golf.

    At Chevy Chase Country Club, golf is our business. We offer a stunning 18-hole course and lessons with qualified instructors to help you fall in love with the sport. For more information on our lessons or tee times, check out our website or call (847) 465-2304.

    Thanksgiving Feast

    Last updated 1 year ago

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    The Wheeling Park District, Village of Wheeling and Chevy Chase Country Club hosted its annual Thanksgiving Feast today.

    Thank you to all those that came out and enjoyed a wonderful meal. Donations were also accepted to assist local food banks for the upcoming holiday season.

    Have a great Holiday Season!

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