Windstar Weekly 11/18/19




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Bring your family and guests!

Sign up this week in the Wellness Center or at the Front Desk
Thursday, November 21st Dinner Menu
Italian Buffet Night

Antipasti Salad
Caesar Salad
Tomato Mozzarella Salad
Chicken Parmesan 
Shrimp Scampi Action Station
Sauteed Mussels Station
Vegetable Ratatouille 
Meat Lasagna 
Mini Cannolis 
Ice Cream Bar

 Starting this Thursday, November 21st Windstar will be serving buffet dinner only on Thursdays. A la Carte dinner will be served on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Click here to see the A la Carte menu.

Member Name Badges are Now Available!
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Badges are $12.95 plus tax and can be ordered by emailing Please include how you would like your name to appear, first name and last name, also include your member number. The cost of your badge will be charged to your Windstar account. The badges will be ordered in batches and can take up to two weeks to be delivered. 
 Leftovers and Cocktails
11am to 4pm

Leftovers Buffet with unlimited Salad, Soup,
Deli Sandwiches, Turkey Sandwiches, Green Bean Casserole,
and Hot Turkey "All in One"
Includes Apple, Pumpkin and Pecan Pies
$15 per person
Happy Hour Cocktails 3pm - 6pm

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Dining Schedule

in the Sunset Bar and Veranda from 11am to 2:30pm.

Unlimited Soup, Chili, Salads and Sandwiches | $11

in the Bayview Dining Room, Sunset Bar and Veranda

in the Bayview Dining Room, Sunset Bar and Veranda


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Last week we received .7 inches of rain.

We experienced our first “cold front” (lows in mid to upper 50’s) and (highs low to mid 70’s).

We are trimming the mangroves left of the driving range

The greens are stimping 10.75

Please remember to repair ball marks, fill divots, and abide by the green and red traffic poles.

Enjoy your golf course.

Thank you,
Chuck Eberle
Golf Course Superintendent
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Golf-Ball-PNG-Image.pngDriving Range Hours
Tuesday – Sunday 7:15am until dusk
Monday 7:15am – 3:45pm

Verticut every Wednesday
First Tee closed 2:00 – 3:30
Putting Green closed 1:45 – 1:15

As many of you may already be aware, the USGA and the other five governing bodies of handicapping around the world have convened to establish a World Handicapping System. Beginning January 1, 2020, the same handicapping policies, practices and procedures will be followed by all golfers worldwide. The new system has resulted in multiple changes to the current USGA handicapping system. All changes will take effect on January 1, 2020. The new system details may be found at , clicking on the “playing” tab and “world handicap system” at the bottom of the drop down list.

Subsequently, the USGA is calling upon all Handicap committees and PGA professionals nationwide to help educate their members on the new practices to be adopted on January 1, 2020. We will also be emailing helpful videos over the next several weeks that will assist with the understanding of these changes, this weeks is in the link below.
World Handicap System: Maximum Hole Score

Explanation of major changes – World Handicap System
Coming January 1, 2020 to your golf course!

Do you tinker with your swing? Are you never quite satisfied with it? Are you someone who likes to take the tips and tricks you hear about on the Golf Channel and apply them to your swing? If you answered yes to any of those questions you are making it really difficult to play with a swing you can trust. While it’s normal to want to improve your technique, you’ve got to know that you have a swing that you can trust each time you head out to play. This level of trust is only possible when you learn how to love the swing you have today so you can confidently play with it despite any imperfections. Throughout the year, there’s a time to train your swing and a time to trust it. Make sure that you are providing yourself some room for growth when you want to work on your mechanics. And before hitting the course, make sure you are committed to playing confidently with the swing you have for the day. Straddling the fence between training and trusting will not help you achieve the results you desire.

You can now sign up for the Hole in One pool and Shipwreck Challenge online. 

Sign Up for Hole in One pool

Sign Up for Shipwreck Challenge

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Morning Session
Be in Club parking lot by 9:00 A.M.
Return departs the island by 1:00 P.M.

Afternoon Session
Be in Club parking lot by 11:30 A.M.
Return departs the island by 
3:00 P.M.

If you would like to make a reservation you may still use the 239-774-6392 number or you may make an online reservation, Book Online HereThis information and the link to book online is on the Keewaydin Shuttle page on the website under Club Living. 

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Painted Bunting

PastedGraphic-1.jpgPerhaps the "showiest" of all North American songbirds, Painted Buntings are regular winter residents of Southwest Florida. Birders often report seeing them at nearby Sugden Park as well as at the Naples Botanical Garden. In the past couple of years there have been several sightings at feeders on Lighthouse Lane. You'll have little difficulty identifying the males like the one pictured above; the females' and juveniles' pale green and yellow green feathers offer perfect camouflage in the dense bushes, thickets, and hedges where they hang out. The bunting's song has been described as a loud, clear chant: "pew-eata, pew-eata, I eaty you too." Males can often be seen singing on an exposed perch. Until Federal law prohibited it, Painted Buntings were often kept as caged birds much like today's canaries. Their diet consists of seeds, insects. and caterpillars. They will frequent backyard feeders when offered a good songbird mix of seeds, including black oil sunflower seeds. During breeding season, Painted Buntings are usually observed alone or in pairs; at other times of the year, they can be seen foraging with a variety of other birds like Indigo Buntings and Cardinals.

Download the Windstar App 
Click on the type of phone and you will be redirected to the appropriate store to download your free Windstar App. Use your log in and password from the website and you will be logged in until you log out. You can make a tee time, dinner reservation, see the calendar of events and look up people in the directory all from the convenience of your phone.  
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