From: rdzugan@buycastings.com
Date: Mon Feb 03 2003 - 23:44:08 EET

2003 3D NASUG Golf Outing
Saturday March 22 11am start
Scramble format, $75 per person
Contact Bob Dzugan at rdzugan@buyCASTINGS.com 937-259-1341
Players of all level encouraged to attend,
Payment and final reservations due March14, 2003

Prize donations are also being accepted, Have your company recognized at the
users group!

The Ultimate Challenge on Florida's Emerald Coast .Your golfing experience
at Bluewater Bay Golf Resort can be most accurately described as variety at
its best. Bay. Marsh. Lake. Magnolia. Four courses designed by
world-renowned golf architects Tom Fazio and Jerry Pate, each with a unique
layout to take advantage of the terrain and natural surroundings. Play along
the shoreline of Choctawhatchee Bay and then move through southern woodlands
followed by a journey through a pristine wetland area. Your senses will come
alive in this true golfer's paradise.
The reviews are in ... Bluewater Bay Golf & Tennis Resort has been
recognized by virtually every major golf magazine for our superior
        * "Northwest Florida's Top-Rated Golf" -- Golfweek
        * "A Must Play" -- Golf Magazine
        * "Four Stars" -- Golf Digest's Places To Play 2000
Marsh Course
The Marsh Course was the third nine holes built at Bluewater Bay. The
course designed by Tom Fazio and opened in October 1986. The overall course
is a little more forgiving than the Bay and Lake Courses. The fairways are
wider, the greens are a little larger and not as bunkered in front
Lake Course
The Lake Course is the original back nine to the original 18 holes. It was
also designed by Tom Fazio with Jerry Pate working as a consultant. This
nine offers some of the same characteristics as the Bay Course but longer.
The holes 3 thru 7 as challenging stretch as a player could find anywhere.

Contact Bob Dzugan at rdzugan@buyCASTINGS.com
<mailto:rdzugan@buyCASTINGS.com> 937-259-1341

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