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Mount Vintage Golf Club Named To South Carolina Top 30 List

Mount Vintage Golf Club has joined an elite club. In April, the semi-private North Augusta course was named to the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel's 2016-2017 "Top 30 Courses You Can Play List," the only CSRA course to make the list. Read more news on our website.

The North Augusta 27-hole course checked in at No. 22, topping such stalwarts Palmetto Dunes in Hilton Head Island (three courses); The Heritage, Prestwick Country Club and Pine Lakes Country Club in the Myrtle Beach area and Cougar Point at Kiawah Island Resort.

By Michael Smith msmith@aikenstandard.com, Jun 9, 2017

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Mount Vintage Recognized by Ideal Living Magazine for 2017

Best Wellness Facilities

Most communities have basic exercise equipment in their clubhouses, but these communities feature more than just expansive fitness facilities with the latest running and weight-training machines. They also offer complete wellness programs and fitness classes designed to improve every resident's overall lifestyle.

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Partnerships Possible for Army Cyber and Augusta Facility

The U.S. Army Cyber Command broke ground last year on its new Fort Gordon facilities, bringing its headquarters to Augusta from Fort Belvoir, Va. After a tour of the fort and a visit to cyber and other electronic warfare facilities, Congressman Rick Allen said the trip was educational and called Gordon's cyber efforts vital to national security.

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Augusta University Announces School of Computer and Cyber Sciences

In light of the $60 million investment the state is making in the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, Augusta University is "upping our game" in cyber and computer sciences programs by creating a new school, President Brooks Keel announced Thursday morning. AU will create the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, making it the university's 10th separate college or school, and will have a national search to find a dean, Keel said.

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Augusta’s Downtown Rediscovered by Developers, Investors

This should give you an idea of the demand for downtown Augusta property. When word spread that the Family Y of Greater Augusta was merely thinking about putting its Downtown Y building at 945 Broad St. up for sale, three interested buyers approached the Y unsolicited. At that time, the Y didn't even have a real-estate agent.

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Augusta’s Cyber Industry has Billion Dollar a Year Potential, says CSRA Alliance Consultant

A former executive with the National Cyber Research Park said the Augusta region has the potential to turn its cyber assets into a $1 billion-a-year industry. G.B. Cazes, former vice president for the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City, La., the anchor facility for the 3,000-acre national research campus, said the Augusta area is "well on its way" to being an international center of cyber education, operations and research and development. The part-time consultant for the CSRA Alliance for Fort Gordon was one of several people to brief the Georgia Department of Economic Development on the progress of the "Fort Gordon Cyber District" during the department's board of directors meeting Wednesday in Augusta.

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Cyber Center Expected To Have Significant Economic Impact On Augusta Metro Area

Experts expect Augusta’s Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center to help kindle several business and economic opportunities in the Augusta metro area. Just last month, a former executive with the National Cyber Research Park told an Augusta audience that the region’s burgeoning cyber assets could blossom into a $1-billion-a-year industry. “I think this seven-county region is going to look quite different 20 years from now in terms of the types of jobs it has,” said G.B. Cazes. He is former vice president for the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City, La., which anchors the research park. Cazes compared Augusta’s cyber relationship with Fort Gordon to Huntsville, Ala.’s connection with the Army’s Redstone Arsenal. Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park, he said, has had an economic impact on that community of “over $1 billion.”

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Mount Vintage Golf Club: A Palmetto State Pearl (North Augusta, SC)

Story by Mike May, Freelance Golf Writer based in Wellington, FL and a Member Golf Writers Association of America

If you are seeking a Southern golf experience that is complemented by rolling hills, loblolly pines and blooming dogwoods, then you should consider attending The Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club each April. If you are seeking a hands-on Southern golf experience as a player that is complemented by rolling hills, loblolly pines, and blooming dogwoods, then set your sights on playing the Mount Vintage Golf Club in nearby North Augusta, South Carolina – which is a 20-minute drive from Augusta National. In many respects, the Mount Vintage Golf Club has many of the shared physical and geographic characteristics of its more famous ‘neighbor,’ but Mount Vintage is available, accessible, and affordable for outside golfers. It’s worth repeating what Golf Magazine wrote about Mount Vintage: “Nothing matches playing Augusta National……but if you’re looking for a course with a similar look, try Mount Vintage Golf Club.”

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Central Savannah River Area – On the Move

HOA Community & Area News And Information | 2017 - Volume 1

We live in exciting times and beautiful surroundings and the picture just keeps getting better. Recently, Southern Living Magazine listed Augusta as number three in a fifteen city survey of “best place to retire” in the United States. Also, in an October 2016 article, Kiplinger personal finance magazine placed Augusta as number five in its "twelve great places to retire for good health". Let’s consider three interesting developments in sports entertainment, healthcare, and business growth.

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Mount Vintage Residents ‘Restoring The Tradition’

By John Boyette Sports Editor for the Augusta Chronicle

As Bob Meyer looks around Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club, he is amazed at the transformation made in just a few months.

"The volunteers, not only golf members but residents, do everything from power washing to replacing rotting wood and repainting," Meyer said. "It just goes on and on. The dedication is pretty incredible."

Since the homeowners' association purchased the course in August, a number of improvements have been made to the facilities. The homeowners' association is leasing the course to Golf Gem MV, comprised of golf members and residents, and it is operating the course and overseeing day-to-day operations.

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Phone: 1.844.428.8330
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North Augusta, SC 29860
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Phone: 1.844.428.8330
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