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Marsh Landing Golf Course
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Marsh Landing Golf Shop Staff
Golf Shop: (904) 285-6459
PGA Director of Golf
Head Golf Professional
Assistant Golf Professional
Director of Golf, Robin Kohlhaas
Rob Kohlhaas grew up in Hershey, Pennsylvania where he began his golf career at Hershey Country Club. After moving to California, Rob was the Head Professional at the Rancho Bernardo Inn Golf Resort & Spa. Rob has also lent his expertise at such places like Indian Well Country Club in Palm Springs, California, Redhawk Golf Club in Temecula, California, and Gainey Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona, Bardmoor Golf & Tennis Club, and The Bayou Club in Largo, Florida.
He has been a PGA member since 1985 and has served on numerous industry boards and committees. Rob has won numerous Merchandiser of the Year awards and competed in a number of PGA Tour and Mini-Tour events over his career. He was also presented as Player of the Year in Southern California.
Rob attended Clarion State University, Pennsylvania studying business and graduated from Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania studying Agronomy. Rob’s wife Jeannette is a fifteen-year member of the LPGA Tour and their son, Kristofer, is a sophomore in college.
Head of Golf Professional, Blair Gibson
Blair began his golf career at Medford Village Country Club in 1981 before leaving for the warm climate and family in Florida. In South Florida, he advanced from Golf Assistant at Raintree Golf Resort in Pembroke Pines to Head Professional at Hillcrest Golf & Country Club in Hollywood, Florida. He pursued experience at The Club at Emerald Hills, The Country Club of Coral Springs and Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Club. For more than 25 years he has instructed junior, beginners and Tour quality players.
As a player, Blair won many junior, college, and professional Mini Tour events. As a PGA Professional, he was the “Player of the Year” in the Southern Chapter twice as well as “Apprentice of the Year.” He has also served as the Tournament Secretary of the Southern Chapter PGA Board. Blair also played in Doral and Honde on the PGA Tour in 1994 and 1995.
Range balls are available for all golfing members and their playing guests. Practice Range hours coincide with the Golf Shop Hours. Please practice from designated areas only to assist in the perpetuation of a quality tee area.
Tee Time Reservation
Tee times are available 7 days in advance and may be reserved Tuesday through Sunday. If possible, please advise the Golf Shop of all members and guests in your foursome at time of reservation. If you must cancel a tee time, kindly notify the Golf Shop as soon as possible.
All members and their guests are encouraged to utilize the Bag Drop upon their arrival at the Club. The Bag Drop is manned during the hours the course is open.
Spikeless Alternative Golf Shoes
Marsh Landing requires spikeless alternative golf shoes at all times. Please advise your guests to arrive at least 30 minutes prior to tee time to allow time for our Special Services Attendant to facilitate the change.
Registration and Starters
To ensure the accuracy of your charges, please register in the Golf Shop in person each time you play golf at Marsh Landing. Upon registration and prior to your starting time, check in with the Play Coordinator who is positioned at the Driving Range.
Bag Storage includes the daily cleaning, in-out service and storage of your golf clubs.
Proper attire must be worn on the golf course, driving range, and putting greens.
The Dress Code is as follows
Men: Shirts with collars and sleeves must be worn and tucked in at all times. Slacks or golf shorts must be worn. No tank tops, t-shirts, sweat pants, blue jeans, athletic shorts, or short shorts permitted. No “over the calf” socks shall be worn with shorts.
Women: Dresses, skirts, golf shorts, and blouses must be worn.
No halter-tops, tank tops, t-shirts, bathing suits, sweat pants, blue jeans, athletic shorts, or short shorts are permitted.
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Some events allow individuals to compete from multiple tees in the same event. This may be permitted in certain events under the USGA guidelines. In most club events a Gross Division and Senior Division will be available. In events where this is not available, players have the option to play from a different set of tees. The adjustment is the slope adjustment minus 2 strokes (course rating adjustment) for players participating from the White tees and slope adjustment plus 2 strokes (course rating adjustment) for players participating from the Gold tees.
USGA Rules govern our events. Artificial Yardage devices are permitted in all golf events.
Junior Golf Program
Marsh Landing is committed to providing an unparalleled Junior Golf Program. With this in mind, we offer the following programs:
The dates for our Junior Golf Instruction Program differ on an annual basis.
Juniors ages 5-9 play on Saturdays from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. and
Juniors ages 10-15 play on Sundays from 1 p.m.– 2 p.m.
Each Clinic will be limited to the first 7 students registered.
Summer Golf Camp:
One week camp runs from 8 a.m. till 1:30 pm. Camp includes snack and lunch each day, 20 hours of instruction with a student to teacher ratio of 4 to 1. Each day will consist of driving range instruction, on-course play, rules of golf and course etiquette.
Junior Golf Camp
One week camp runs from 8 a.m. to 1:30 pm. Includes snack and lunch each day, and over 20 hours of instruction with a student to teacher ratio of 4 to 1. Each day will consist of range work, on-course play, rules of golf and course etiquette.
Junior Golf Access
Marsh Landing wants your children to be exposed to golf, but at the appropriate age. Your child’s safety is of great concern to us. To help ensure a safe environment for all, the following policies are in effect.
Juniors are classified into one of three levels:
Proficient Juniors - Juniors whose skill level allows them to play in accordance with the rules and etiquette of the game, from regular tees, scoring approximately 50 or less for 9 holes and maintaining the pace of play under all conditions. Proficient juniors may play at any time if accompanied by an adult and at off-peak times when unaccompanied.
Non-Proficient Juniors - Junior whose skill level allows them to play in accordance with the rules and etiquette of the game, but whose skill level is not that of the proficient juniors. Non-Proficient juniors are encouraged to play at off-peak times from regular tees and should be accompanied by an adult.
Beginning Juniors - Juniors new to the game are classified as beginners and are encouraged to play at off-peak times accompanied by an adult. Beginning juniors are encouraged to tee off from the junior tees to aid their development and increase their enjoyment of the game.
• Children must be 5 years of age or older to be permitted on the golf course, putting green, and driving range.
• Children ages 5-9 must be accompanied and supervised on the golf course, putting green, and driving range at all times.
Junior Tees - Junior Tees are located on all holes at Marsh Landing. These Junior Tees are positioned 40-165 yards from each green, providing a viable option for beginning golfers to enjoy the golf course at an appropriate length. A separate Junior Scorecard is available in the golf shop.
Men’s Golf Association
The Men’s Golf Association (MGA) is directed with organizing and overseeing quality competitive golf events for gentlemen. The MGA sponsors a full calendar of events each year. MGA Members also enjoy discounts for tournament entries. The year culminates with the MGA Player of the Year Award, Tournament of Champions tournament, and Christmas Party.
Men’s Senior Golf
All senior golfers aged 50 and over are invited to participate each Tuesday and Thursday morning throughout the year. Competition will be played from the White tees. Indicate your desire to play by calling the Golf Shop prior to the day of play.
Wednesday Night Scramble
All men with established handicaps are invited to participate each Wednesday night during Daylight Savings Time (March 18 - October 21) for a 9-Hole Captain’s Choice Scramble. The top 10-point winners will compete in a Shootout on November 7th at 2pm for the year-end cash payout. Indicate your desire to play by 5 p.m. for a 5:30 pm Shotgun.
Women’s Golf Association
18-hole league September through May
The WGA plays 18 holes each Tuesday morning beginning at 8 a.m. and welcomes all golfing ladies to join their association. Maximum 18-hole handicap index of 40.4. The WGA publishes an annual schedule of events.
Women’s 9-Hole Golf Association (9 hole league Sept through May)
The 9-holers group plays each Wednesday morning beginning at 9:00 am. Camaraderie and enjoyment of each woman’s endeavor enhances this group’s round at Marsh Landing.