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New Hires at Golden Ocala

New Hires at Golden Ocala

31 August 18   |   Home Page   |  

Two Skill Sets — One Goal Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club is pleased to introduce you to new staff members. Both with a unique skill set, they are working toward a common goal — to make our community the ultimate luxury destination for living, working and playing. Nick Sudol is sure to have you . . .

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Membership Referral Benefits at Golden Ocala

Membership Referral Benefits at Golden Ocala

24 August 18   |   Clubhouse   |  

  Limited-Time Trial Membership We’d like to think Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club speaks for itself, especially in terms of championship golf and tennis, a world-class equestrian center, luxury living, and magnificent amenities. But as with anything, there is a decision-making process that is directly associated with membership. So, as the final quarter of . . .

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Coping with Back-to-School Stress

Coping with Back-to-School Stress

17 August 18   |   Uncategorized   |  

Say Yes to Reducing Stress Returning to a school-day routine can be enough to prompt anyone to recall high levels of stress and anxiety. But here at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, we are deeming these burdens unnecessary and providing our members with real-time coping mechanisms that will last throughout the semester and beyond. . . .

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Preparing Plants for Major Weather Events

Preparing Plants for Major Weather Events

10 August 18   |   Living   |  

Combatting Hurricanes with Horticulture Let’s face it, hurricanes and horticulture do not mix. But at Golden Ocala Golf & Equestrian Club, we’re doing our best to prepare our plants for any major weather events that may come. Bob Hollis and his crew start with pruning and fertilization, and while the bulk of their work comes . . .

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