Central Station – November 2007


Orlando, FL – Guests looking to wind down after challenging themselves on the championship links at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge flock to the Spa at Bay Hill, a luxurious full-service spa currently celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
In recognition of its 10-year anniversary, the Spa at Bay Hill introduced Essensa, a new organic and eco-friendly skin care line, into both its body treatment services and retail offerings. Guests can choose from a variety of body wraps, which feature the Essensa products, such as the Organic Skin Smoothie Body Wrap, the Vitaslim Body Wrap or the ever-popular PMS Rescue Body Wrap. As one of the few places in Central Florida to offer the product line, Bay Hill once again establishes itself as a leader in the industry by utilizing this new product line as a means to better health and well-being.Beyond the Spa, Bay Hill offers guests a variety of amenities, including four dining locations, a salon and fitness center, a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, 27 holes of golf, the Arnold Palmer Golf Academy and more.
For reservations or membership information, call (88) 422-9445 or (407) 876-2429.

Three In One Day

New Smyrna Beach, FL-They say things come in threes. At Sugar Mill Country Club, New Smyrna Beach they certainly do! Three Members, (l-r) Norm Walker, John Chavers and Harlan Medford all had aces on Sugar Mill’s Blue Course today. (Hole in Ones were hit on Par 3 holes, Blue #2 and Blue #4).
They only made it look easy…


JUPITER, Fla. – Toll Brothers announces that it recently broke ground on the health and fitness center, the first of two state-of-the-art clubhouses, at Jupiter Country Club.
The new community, which is situated just west of Florida’s Turnpike on Indiantown Road in northern Palm Beach County, already has a playable and beautiful Greg Norman Signature Golf Course that opened in November.
Designed by Douglas Root Architects, Inc. in Boca Raton, the health and fitness center will carry out an architectural theme consistent with the Tuscan look planned throughout Jupiter Country Club.
According to Root, whose company has designed more than 150 other club facilities within Florida (including Toll Brothers’ Mizner Country Club), this facility was designed to create an architectural feel that is “Old World Tuscan” dating back to the 1400s and 1500s.
To visit the Jupiter Country Club sales center, from Interstate 95 take Exit 87B (FL-706 toward Okeechobee) west to West Indiantown Road. Continue past the Florida’s Turnpike entrance, enter the left lane and make the first U-turn. The entrance to Jupiter Country Club is on the right. From Florida’s Turnpike, take Exit 116 (FL-706 toward Jupiter/Okeechobee). Turn right onto West Indiantown Road, enter the left lane and make the first U-turn. The entrance to Jupiter Country Club is on the right.
For further information, call 561-743-7900 or visit JupiterCountryClub. com.

CHAMP Spikes Expands Pink on the Links Program for 2008

Marlborough, MA–CHAMP spikes has announced plans to increase their “Pink on the Links™” Mother’s Day promotion to include participation from the Champions, European, European Ladies and Duramed Futures Tours. Following the widely acclaimed inaugural program that saw players on the PGA and LPGA Tours sporting the highly visible pink and white version of the CHAMP Scorpion Stinger ™ spikes, CHAMP Spikes once again seeks to significantly enhance breast cancer awareness and raise money towards finding a cure.
Last year the company made a donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) for every player that wore CHAMP’s pink and white spikes at the 2007 PGA Tour event, THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida and at the 2007 LPGA Michelob Ultra Open at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia. The winner of the LPGA Tour event at Kingsmill had the commemorative spikes in her shoes for all three rounds. Program enhancements for 2008 aim to increase involvement from players on all tours, as CHAMP eagerly anticipates making a larger donation based on increased player involvement.