This is the May 2020 issue of Sterling Farms Golfer Digital Magazine. It is the first issue for 2020. Produced in flip book form, just like a traditional magazine, this ezine introduces you to a few Sterling Farms Golfers, as well as meanders about showing people, places, things ‘through the lens’, and even videos! All of this is viewable on desktops, tablets, and smart phones too! Click to view, and have fun!
Latest Sterling Farms golf action.
Sterling Farms Golf Course, and all that is a part of the property, gets a lot of use. By my estimation (and I wholly admit this is purely hogwash), the driving range golf balls are hit at least 7,954,064,223,105 times a year.... That's a heck of a lotta wear and tear, even for a range ball! Well, thank heavens the leadership at Sterling Farms reinvests the money it earns right back into the facilities we all love, and even with their best efforts, we want more, more, more! Read More
True to form, Lou Ursone's Curtain Call company is presenting Shakespeare on The Green this July! Read More
The area's best players battled it out for Publinx glory at Sterling on May 24th. Read More
Springtime at Sterling, is always a stunner, especially just outside the Pro Shop, where Gilberto, Gus, and course superintendent Mike Golden's team work extra hard to buff things out for all to see. With all of the masks, rules, and safety precautions, what a pleasure to behold, and a tad cheerier too! Read More
We Americans are a reslilient people (especially Sterling Farms Golfers!). "In an attempt to take Baltimore, the British attacked Fort McHenry, which protected the harbor. Bombs were soon bursting in air, rockets were glaring, and all in all it was a moment of great historical interest. During the bombardment, a young lawyer named Francis Off Key [sic] wrote 'The Star-Spangled Banner', and when, by the dawn's early light, the British heard it sung, they fled in terror." − Richard Armour. Let us all unite, and bid farewell to COVID-19. Read More
Torrid tales from the Farm
Our tennis camp is for players ages 5-17 who play with red, orange, green and yellow balls and are looking to improve and also have a great time. Players will be divided into groups based on their age and ability. Training includes fundamentals of tennis, stroke and movement development, singles and doubles strategy, on-court games and prizes. The focus is on developing a love for the game as well as establishing a strong athletic foundation. Read More
It truly TAKES A VILLAGE to support community theatre! And our village is vibrant and strong because of the amazing arts community that we have. On February 27, 2020, we're hoping to see more than 1,500 friends and fans contribute a minimum of $10.00, to make this the most successful Giving Day event we've ever had. The organization that has the greatest number of individual contributors, will win a $20,000 bonus! Read More
Looking for the scoop on tennis at Sterling Farms? They have robust program. Here is a little about their leader, Camilo Sabogal. Read More
It's all about the people.
Bob is a Glenbrook native who spent 35+ years at Unilever before moving up to Sterling Farms as the clean-up hitter of the marshalls. A wobbily 2019 has left the once 13.* index scoring too much for comfort these days, but he’s a good egg, and will bring it around. Meanwhile, always know his bark is louder than his bite! (or, so I hope it is.... More on that later!) Read More