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Friday, February 23, 2024

Opening date announced for new PGA Tour Superstore

The opening date has been announced for the new PGA Tour Superstore.

Martin Dellebovi of the Benchmark Group on Monday night informed the Lady Lake Commission that the new PGA Tour Superstore will be opening in April at the former Earth Fare location at Lady Lake Commons on U.S. Hwy. 27/441.

PGA Tour Superstore is operated by Golf & Tennis Pro Shop, Inc., a subsidiary of AMB Group, LLC, headquartered in Roswell, Ga. As the PGA Tour’s exclusive off-course/off-airport retail partner in North America, PGA Tour Superstore provides customers with access to the same technology and expertise as card-carrying PGA Tour pros. All stores are staffed with teaching professionals and have multiple state-of-the-art swing simulators, practice hitting bays, and large putting greens. There is also an in-house club making and repair facility. Along with equipment and accessories, PGA Tour Superstore has a wide  selection of men’s, women’s and juniors’ apparel and footwear for golf and tennis.

The nearest PGA Tour Superstore is in Orlando.

Earth Fare closed in 2021 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Benchmark Group is responsible for bringing a wealth of retail and restaurants to Lady Lake, including Best Buy, Sam’s Club, Longhorn Steakhouse and Texas Roadhouse.

Shocked to see bumper sticker at Lake Sumter Landing

A Haciendas of Mission Hills resident writes that he was shocked to see a bumper sticker at Lake Sumter Landing.

Don’t take poker away from residents who need it most

A Village of Calumet Grove resident, in a Letter to the Editor, is pleading with officials in The Villages to restore the poker games that mean so much to residents.

Complaints about golf courses probably coming from snowbirds

A Village of Country Club Hills resident suspects that the complaints about golf courses in The Villages are probably coming from snowbirds. Read his Letter to the Editor.

Walkers have a right to enjoy paths without being endangered

A Village of Osceola Hills resident contends that walkers have a right to enjoy multi-modal paths without being endangered by golf carts.

We need to take the power away from the trolls

A resident of the Allandale Villas believes officials need to take the power away from the trolls when it comes to deed compliance and harmony in neighborhoods. Read his Letter to the Editor.