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Even though the final touches are being put on our Course Guide/Yardage Book, there is still time for you to share your input.
One of our members made a hole-in-one on October 28.
Alex Tatum, a freshman at Northeast Community College, made his first hole-in-one on #6 193 yards using his 4 Hybrid.
Witnessed by Emma Wilson.
All month long, we’ll be hiding pink balls on the course.
When you find one, bring it to the Pro Shop and get 20% off any regular priced merchandise!
Book your next tee time today!
With Christmas just around the corner, start thinking about gifts now!
Kirkwood National is the perfect place to pick up items every golfer is looking for!
A new straw hat is sure to please most any golfer on Christmas morning, and junior golfers want to look just like mom and dad,
so pick them up a couple of golf shirts to go with the golf balls they will be getting for Christmas!
Jamie Bacon was raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Happenstance brought her to Cordova, Tennessee where she found herself with time on her hands. Her love of cooking, instilled by her Grandmother fueled her fire to become better. Jamie attended L’ecole Culinary School. The skills she learned led her to Eastport Maine to purchase an Antebellum home and turn it into an Inn. Jamie created a meals on wheels for the community as well as a place to have Weddings, parties, social gatherings all surrounded by the foods she prepared and as word spread of her culinary knowledge, large catering jobs became available to her.
Life was great.
Then Covid hit.
Jamie sold the Inn and moved South. Landing in Holly Springs she bought a home in the Historical District and found an amazing job but has still been doing a bit of catering. Word travels in a small town and reached the ears of Jennifer Barkley and Steven Ash who offered her an Executive Chef position.
Jamie is honored and humbled to take on the task for the Overlook Bar & Grill at Kirkwood National.