LPN Weekly - 10/23/2016

November Happenings at The Links

Beginning November 8, The Links Restaurant will feature some daily specials Tuesday thru Sunday, with something for everyone throughout the week. 


Tuesdays are family night at the Links. Spend some quality family time eating dinner on Tuesday evenings. Starting at 5 p.m., kids under 10 eat FREE from the kids' menu. This is limited to four free kids' meals per family.


Wednesdays are men's night. Two Ping Pong tables are setup in the banquet room by 4 p.m., and pick-up matches are held throughout the evening. In addition to Ping Pong, a mini-golf course will be available. Bring your own putter and golf ball, and keep those putting skills sharp during the offseason. On Wednesday, November 9, FREE appetizers will be served from 5 to 7 p.m., with varying appetizer and drink specials to follow each week. Come out for some friendly competition while enjoying food and drinks at the Links.


Leave the husband and kids at home and spend Thursday evenings with your girlfriends at the Links. Come out and socialize while enjoying food and drinks. To kickoff the first women's night on Thursday, November 10, FREE appetizers will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Varying appetizer and drink specials will be offered each Thursday after that.


Make plans for Fridays at the Links with a special prime rib dinner. This delicious meal, delivered to your table, will include a dinner salad, prime rib, baked potato and a vegetable. The price is $22.95. Call the restaurant at 641-755-2100 for reservations.


Come watch college football at the Links Restaurant on Saturdays, when $0.50 wings and $5 domestic pitchers are featured. Bring your family and friends for game day and enjoy cold drinks and great food, while cheering your favorite team to victory.


The popular Sunday breakfast buffet will continue every Sunday, and now is available from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Items on the buffet vary weekly, and include such things as scrambled eggs, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, rolls and Danishes. The cost, with drink included, is $9.95.

"Like" Us on Facebook

We know you "like" us, otherwise you wouldn't be reading this in the first place. But have you "Liked" us on Facebook? If not, now is a great time to do so. That way you'll be "in the know" about what's happening at the resort throughout the winter months, plus as we gear up for the 2017 golf season. 

Now also is a good time to check your Facebook news feed and notification settings. Just because you "Liked" the LPN page doesn't mean Facebook will publish our posts in your news feed. If you haven't already, browse over to the LPN Facebook page now and "Like" us. Then check your default news feed and notification settings. As in the example here, we suggest choosing to see our posts first in your news feed, and to be notified of all our posts. Thanks for "liking" us, both in person and on Facebook!

Iditarod XV is November 6

The 15th annual Iditarod is Sunday, November 6. This is a four-person, best-shot tournament that involves playing 12 holes on a redesigned LPN course. For instance, the fourth hole will be a 449-yard par 5. Players will tee off from left of the #5 green and play to the #4 green, checking for traffic on the road before hitting across it to the green. The fifth hole is a 631-yard par 6, making it the #1 handicap hole on the Iditarod course. Players begin at the #10 white tees and play to the #17 green. Entry fees are $10 per person for LPN members and $25 for non-members. There will be a shotgun start at 11 a.m. Enter by calling the pro shop at 641-755-2024.

October 31 Last Day to Post Scores Made in Iowa this Season

A reminder from the Iowa Golf Association (IGA) the active season for posting golf scores made on Iowa courses ends Monday, October 31. The IGA has established Iowa’s active season as April 1 through October 31. Golfers who want to keep their handicap up-to-date should post scores for all rounds during the active season. Iowa rounds played November 1 through March 1 cannot be entered into the handicap system. However, if you play golf in another state that is active year-round, or has a longer active season, those scores can be posted. Find a list of active seasons by state here.

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