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Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club provides members with ample opportunities to participate in sport activities. If your passion is golf, equestrian, tennis, swimming or fitness it’s easy to stay informed through the Golden Ocala blog.

Thanksgiving at Golden Ocala

Thanksgiving at Golden Ocala

12 October 20   |   Food   |  

It feels like a lifetime since we started 2020, so it’s especially hard to believe that the holiday season is here! Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and appreciation, and despite confronting challenges too numerous to count, Golden Ocala has a lot to celebrate — starting with you, our loyal members and trusted friends. That’s . . .

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Golf Course Now Open

Golf Course Now Open

17 September 20   |   Golf   |  

The time has finally arrived — the Golden Ocala golf course is officially back open after 4.5 months of renovations! We’re talking mature grass, improved greens, never-before-seen additions and plenty of revamped play for all levels. Thanks to our members’ patience, this comprehensive project stands as a positive move during an otherwise dark pandemic. We’ve . . .

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Welcome Chef Brown to WEC Ocala

Welcome Chef Brown to WEC Ocala

10 September 20   |   Dining   |  

There’s no denying that World Equestrian Center Ocala becomes more impressive every day. And most recently, we took a giant leap toward its debut by welcoming Executive Chef Ryker Brown to the ever-growing team. An award-winning, West-Coast-renowned and Forbes-rated culinarian, he will set the food and beverage standards for the U.S.’s largest equestrian complex, specifically . . .

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Golden Ocala Tennis Updates

Golden Ocala Tennis Updates

04 September 20   |   Tennis   |  

Golden Ocala’s kids tennis camp may have come to an end, but after-school programs have barely begun! There are four group levels that run two to three days per week, each taking members from the basics to shots and movement. The Fall 2020 Junior Tennis Academy runs for 15 weeks — all the way through . . .

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