Leaders Recognized at NGCOA’s Mid-Atlantic Annual Meeting

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National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA)’s Mid-Atlantic Chapter recently held its annual meeting, where the chapter presented its annual awards, at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Md.

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Mike Cumberpatch was honored as Mid-Atlantic Golf Leader. Cumberpatch, of Annapolis Md., serves as the executive director of both the Middle Atlantic Golf Association and the Washington Metropolitan Golf Association. He also has volunteered for the USGA for over 25 years.

 

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Cedar Point Country Club (Photo: NGCOA Mid-Atlantic)

 

Cedar Point Country Club in Suffolk, Va., was recognized as NGCOA’s 2019 Private Golf Club Leader. Cedar Point was on the brink of bankruptcy when a group of members banded together to form “Friends of Cedar Point Country Club” and raise the capital necessary. Since then, the new ownership group has focused on streamlining operational efficiencies and making modest capital improvements to the facility.

 

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Little Bennett Golf Course is one of nine courses managed by Montgomery County Golf. (Photo: NGCOA Mid-Atlantic)

 

Montgomery County Golf (MCG), in Rockville, Md., won the 2019 NGCOA Mid-Atlantic Public Golf Leader. MCG’s staff manages nine public golf courses — Falls Road, Hampshire Greens, Laytonsville, Little Bennett, Needwood, Northwest, Poolesville, Rattlewood and Sligo Creek — boasting long, tough courses and short, fun course. MGC has courses featuring rolling hills and parkland-style courses.

 

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Swan Point Yacht & Country Club (Photo: NGCOA Mid-Atlantic)

NGCOA Mid-Atlantic’s newest award is the Sustainability Award, recognizing the ability to incorporate sustainability and environmental stewardship into operating practices. Swan Point Yacht & Country Club is the 2019 honoree, in recognition of its focus on environmental stewardship, while co-existing with nature and wildlife. Swan Point is in Issue, Md., in southern Maryland and adjacent to the Potomac River and Cuckold Creek.

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