Based on the boisterous barks and number of chewed tennis balls, the newest Colleton River Club amenity, the Dog Park, has been a rousing success. In fact, the park has quickly become “the place to be” as a social gathering spot for members and their four-legged friends. The park offers a mix of sun and shade to both relax and provide ample room to stretch your legs without the encumbrance of leashes. For new and long-time members who love dogs, the park offers a chance to meet and greet fellow members with common interests while discovering the intricacies and personalities of different breeds of dogs.
In fact, we talked to Mr. Tom Eagan and his dog, Bosco, members since 2017, who raved, “We try to use the park every morning and join as many as twenty other friends at 4:00 each afternoon.” Mr. Eagan went on to say, “While frequenting the park, we have met several new friends,” and though Bosco is only part Rhodesian Ridgeback, he has been comfortable with all the breeds he meets. As the news spreads and the landscape matures, we expect the Dog Park to only get better.
While the park is open from dawn to dusk seven days a week, our teams will be conducting normal weekly maintenance on Tuesday mornings before 10:00 a.m. Out of courtesy to fellow members and our staff, please repair your own holes with divot mix provided in the wine barrel immediately to the right of the entrance gate. Thank you for regularly visiting the park and your efforts to make it the best it can be.
Mike O’Regan has been named Director of Racquet Sports and Bocce
Ball at Colleton River Club. He has been instrumental in building Colleton
River Club’s Tennis Program over the last eight years as a contractor
along with his business partner, Gavin Cox…Read More
Trying to improve your tennis game? Here’s a tip! When you feel that you have put away a shot at the net, have a target in mind before you hit your volley or overhead. Instead of going for the line, choose a target that buys you some wiggle room (especially if you’re tight or you mishit the shot). Aim more for large areas like the service line, or go for your opposing net player’s feet. Focus, target, and execute. Good luck!
Colleton River Club’s Dye Course was featured in an episode of ABC’s The Bachelorette. The episode showcased Colleton River Club as the location for a special “one-on-one date” with the newest Bachelorette, Rachel Lindsay. This episode of The Bachelorette, currently celebrating its 13th season, aired on Monday, June 26th, 2017, at 8/9c, on ABC.
Rachel Lindsay, a fan favorite on Nick Viall’s season of ABC’s hit romance reality series The Bachelor, is continuing her journey to find Mr. Right and assume the rose-giving duties as “The Bachelorette.”
On ABC’s hit primetime reality series The Bachelorette, one lucky woman is offered the chance to find true love. A single and eligible Bachelorette embarks on a romantic journey, getting to know a number of men, gradually narrowing the field as she continues her search for her soul mate. At the end of this romantic voyage, if she has found the one, will there be a proposal — and will she say yes? Hosted by Chris Harrison, The Bachelorette is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television.