Resort Girl Clubhouse Holiday Cheers

December 18, 2015

Being a social member of a resort club is a great way for Resort Girls to celebrate the holiday season. A clubhouse full of songs, laughter, sparkling decorations and lots of food… that is one way this RG loves to ring in the holiday season.

If you are single, like this Resort Girl, it’s even better. Clubs provide a great setting to meet new friends and join other RGs in an inviting, warm and secure environment. So far this season, I have attended two parties at my new clubhouse with lots of fun and festivities at both. My two BFF RGs have joined me at these holiday celebrations and laughter, lots of eating and good cheer was enjoyed.

In addition, our pro shop had a great 30% end-of-year holiday sale – I got two club logo golf shirts with a gift certificate that was given to me. Tennis and Golf pro shop sales are a good way for members to use up all those club gift points earned by making such things as a hole-in-one on the course or winning the club championships. They are also the perfect opportunity for a fellow club member to find the perfect gift, such as a logo shirt or golf/tennis accessory, to put under the tree.


If you are not a member of a club, Resort Girls can also go to dine at a semi-private club for some clubhouse holiday cheer.


Early in the month, I was staying at the Inn at Harbour Town and dined several times at the beautiful new Links Clubhouse next door. Located on the historic Harbour Town golf course, this clubhouse was decorated in spectacular fashion. This impressive tree was stunning against the swirling marble staircase.


And then there are the sparkling and festive decorations around resort entrances. I am not very good at putting up lights, but there’s no need for me to do the work, as they have wrapped the palm trees at my neighborhood entrance – steps away – with white lights. I can see them from my window and enjoy them just as if they were in my yard.

Resort living and clubhouse happenings are a great way for Resort Girls (and Resort Guys) to enjoy the holiday. The social gatherings are a warm, causal and inviting way to celebrate the season.

This weekend, I will be wrapping up my clubhouse parties with one last breathtaking resort holiday cocktail party. Hmmm..I wonder what I will wear? The party atmosphere lends to the fun, as you don’t have to wear the traditional dress. Nancy from Lilly at Belk’s in Shelter Cove, Hilton Head, S.C. says this palm print dress is the one to wear this year to holiday resort parties.


Cheers! Enjoy your holiday celebrations Resort Girls, and share some of your best pictures by using #ResortGirl on Instagram.

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