The Golfer’s Getaway posted in August sold quickly. Another Bent Tree home that would be great for golfers hit the market last week. 433 Crippled Oak Trail has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, and is situated on a level lot along Hole 17 of the golf course. The asking price is $172,500. Click here to link to the listing information.
Last Saturday, a Great Blue Heron was fishing in Lake Tamarack and then flew to a high perch in a big pine tree. Click the photo thumbnails below to scroll through larger images:
The president of the Bent Tree Men’s Golf Association has a Letter to the Editor in this week’s Pickens County Progress regarding the group’s annual “NFL” golf tournament. In the past, each four person team represented a National Football League team and officially licensed NFL items were purchased for the participants. This year, many members were reluctant to participate in anything that was related to, or supported, the NFL. So, the tournament is now the “Not For Long” tournament and the team owners can name their teams after anything except NFL teams. To read the letter, see the current edition of the newspaper. The following is a quote from the Letter to the Editor: “Yes, thank God, they have the right to take a knee but we the fans also have a right to boycott their actions, privileged lifestyles and the game they play.”
This billboard conveys a lot of information about Bent Tree at a glance. Click here to link to the company’s website.
The Bent Tree Lake & Wildlife 2018 Calendar is now available for $15. All photos were taken in Bent Tree and there are amenity coupons with a total value of $60 included. The calendars are available at the Golf Pro Shop, the Tennis Center, and at the monthly Lake & Wildlife meetings. They will also be available at the Mail Center this Friday (October 13) from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Board of Directors approved the calendar, as a fundraiser for the Lake & Wildlife Committee, at the August BOD meeting.
Today is the new General Manager’s first official day on the job at Bent Tree. He spoke briefly at yesterday’s annual meeting, and the title of today’s post (see above) is a quote from his comments to the members in attendance. That is a really good quote.
1167 Tamarack Drive hit the market last week. Click here to link to the listing information for the 2 bedroom, 2 bath cabin. The asking price is $159,500.
Be sure to read the entire bulletin. There is an important message from the Water Department at the bottom. Hopefully Nate will be kinder to Bent Tree than Irma was, but better safe than sorry. Click here for information on how to sign up to receive the Bullets.