Posted by: therealestatehomeguide | January 3, 2011

Good Morning and Happy New Year!

We ended 2010 with snow closing the course for 6 days and began 2011 with 60 degree temperatures. What a change in one week. Once the snow melted everyone was ready to get out of the house and we had a busy weekend with the following results.

Friday’s Member Game winners were Roy Haddock, Chris Parker, Chuck Otterstedt, and Ricky Williamson @ +7. Second place went to Betty Zvarich, Ken Fail, Ken Beam, Brian McMillan with team total of -1. Closest to the pin on #4 Chuck Otterstedt, #7 Ken Beam, #12 Paul Dummitt, #15 Ed Himebauch. Skins were won by Steve Conley #1 & 11, Brian McMillan #2, Ricky Connors #3, Chuck Ottersted # 4, Chris Parker #9, Paul Dummitt #12,13 & 18.

Saturday we had 56 players in our New Year’s Day 2-Person game. It was a 6-6-6 format. Holes 1-6 were a captain’s choice, holes 7-12 were best ball, and 13-18 were Texas scramble. There was a seperate payout for each format and 4 different flights.

A Flight: Chuck Otterstedt & Howard Edmiston won the Scramble format. Jonathan Hockaday & Jimmy Martin tied Robin Perkins & PJ Gay in the Best Ball portion. Perkins & Gay also won the Texas Scramble.

B Flight: Terry Jones & Flash Gordon tied Mark & Woddy Dexter in the scramble. Gary Rosser & David Foushee tied Mark & Woody in the Best Ball portion. Gary & David tied Jon Blossom & Jonathan Whitfield in the Texas Scramble.

C Flight: Brian McCarthy & Rich Bago tied Brian Temple & Jay Kim in the scramble. Temple & Kim won the Best Ball and the Texas Scramble formats.

Couples Flight: Ed & Linda Pethan won the scramble. Dan & Frankie Roberts tied Jim & Carolyn Rickman in the Best Ball. Joe & Mary Brunais won the Texas Scramble.

Skins were won by Boyd-Himebauch #1, Dummitt-Galvin #9. Parker-Fail #10, Perkins-Gay #16. Congratulations to Ed Himebauch who holed out from 95 yards on #1 for an eagle.

Sunday’s member game results: 1st Mark Dexter +6, T-2 Howard Edmiston & Chuck Otterstedt +5, 4th Ken Beam E, Mike Hoadley -1.
Skins: Ricky Connors #4 & 8, Howard Edmiston #7 & 12, Betty Zvarich #9, Mark Dexter #14, Paul Dummitt #18.

Sunday’s Couples event: 1st Joe & Theresa Boyd 33, Jim & Carolyn Rickman tied Mark & Janice Dexter with a 34.

We would like to remind all members that family range memberships are $35 per month and individuals can pay $25 a month for unlimited use of the driving range. Members that do not participate in the monthly range plan must pay $3 per bucket in the pro shop and show their receipt to the cart staff to receive a bucket of balls.

Our staff is in the final stages of preparing the members’ event calendar for 2011. At your request, the Club Championship has been moved up to June and the Member-Guest will remain in October.

Keep it in the short grass,

Pro Shop

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | December 21, 2010


Over 120 children were treated to a visit by Santa and Mrs. Claus at Patriot Hall in the Life Long Learning Center at Anderson Creek Club this weekend. Santa parked his sleigh on the golf course and drove to the party in a sporty red golf cart provided by the golf pro shop. Santa had his picture taken with each child and made special notes as to what each one wanted for Christmas.

The Property Owners Association at Anderson Creek hosted the event and the club restaurant provided a breakfast buffet for the kids and adults. Each child received a special gift from Santa and a photo to remember the occasion.

Anderson Creek Club is a 1700 acre master planned development located just north of Spring Lake, featuring a Davis Love III signature golf course, clubhouse, full amenity package and beautiful custom homes, condominiums, villas and carriage homes from the $130’s to the $900’s. For more information, visit their website: or contact Anderson Creek Realty, exclusive agents, (910) 814-2633.

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | November 22, 2010


David Levinson, Developer, cuts the ribbon to open the new facility. Pictured left to right are, Wonder Years owner, Betty Hunnicutt, Representative Jimmy Love, NC House, John Thomas, President of the Spring Lake Chamber of Commerce, David Levinson and Spring Lake Mayor Ethel Clark.

Grand Opening for the first LIFE LONG LEARNING CENTER in a gated community, ANDERSON CREEK CLUB. This unique facility appears to be the first of its kind in the nation.

Typically found in a college or university setting, the concept for an on-site facility for the community originated with David Levinson, developer of Anderson Creek Club, who believes that people today have a heightened desire to ensure that not only their children receive a sound foundation for learning and schoolwork but also to expand their own knowledge and experiences beyond their formal education. Residential developments and communities must provide facilities to meet their needs. While Anderson Creek Club may be the first to do so, he believes that other developments in the Fayetteville area will soon do the same, which will be beneficial for everyone.

The new building is divided into three wings housing the development and administration offices, Wonder Years and Patriot Hall.

Wonder Years, operated by Betty Hunnicutt of Fayetteville, NC, is an early care and education program for children from 6 weeks to school age, including pre-school, pre-K and before/after school care for grades K – 5. Summer camps for school aged children and early childhood programs will be provided in a safe, healthy, nurturing environment, while meeting the needs of the children and their families. Wonder Years brings a well-established program that includes:

● Video monitored classrooms
● Safe nurturing environment
● Award winning development programs
● Superior sanitation rating
● Hot meals, including breakfast
● Infant feeding program
● Pre-school and Pre-K curriculums
● Well trained, experienced staff

Patriot Hall is a multi-purpose facility providing a setting for lectures, seminars, continuing education, workshops, book club, guest speakers, educational programs and resources. In addition to the normal activities found in a traditional community center, such as exercise classes, it will also be available for Scouting meetings, banquets, weddings and private parties supported with a full service commercial kitchen.

Anderson Creek Club is a 1700 acre master planned development located just north of Spring Lake, featuring a Davis Love III signature golf course, clubhouse, full amenity package and beautiful homes and condominiums from the $130’s to the $900’s. For more information, visit their website: or contact Anderson Creek Realty, exclusive agents, (910) 814-2633.

The Life Long Learning Center & Patriot Hall


Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | May 15, 2010

Coming Soon… Wonder Years at Anderson Creek Club

Coming Soon… Wonder Years at Anderson Creek Club

Wonder YearsWe are thrilled to announce that construction has started for the LIFELONG LEARNING CENTER at Anderson Creek Club. The building is located inside the entrance of Anderson Creek Club, just past the pool and recreation complex. One of the primary purposes of this new facility will be to house WONDER YEARS at ANDERSON CREEK CLUB – an early care and education program for children from 6 weeks to school age. Construction if off to a rapid start and we are working towards a Fall 2010 opening date. The center will offer early care and education for children from 6 weeks to school age; including preschool, pre-K, and before/after school care for K-5. Summer camps for school aged children will also be offered. Hourly care will be on a space-available basis. Our hours will be 5:45am to 6pm. Once licensing is achieved, Wonder Years will apply for both the NACCRRA military subsidy and More-at-Four programs. We anticipate full enrollment, however, priority will be given on a first come, first served basis to Anderson Creek Club residents until July 1, 2010.

The mission of WONDER YEARS at ANDERSON CREEK CLUB is to provide the highest quality early childhood program in a safe, healthy, nurturing environment while meeting the needs of our children and their families and helping children develop a positive self-image, a respect for others, a love of school and the skills necessary to succeed now and in the future. Wonder Years brings a well-established program that includes:

  • Video Monitored Classrooms
  • Safe, Nurturing Environment
  • Superior Sanitation Rating
  • Award-Winning Developmental Programs
  • Pre-school and Pre-K Curriculums 
  • Well Trained, Experienced Staff
  •  Hot Meals, including breakfast
  •  Infant Feeding Program

An INFORMATION SESSION for parents and prospective employees will be held on Saturday, May 22nd at the ACC Clubhouse from 9am to 12noon. The Administrator/Owner, Betty Hunnicutt, and the Director, Cheri Stubbs, will be available to take applications and answer any questions you may have. Please feel free to stop by anytime from 9am to noon. Children are welcome to attend!

REGISTRATION: Please complete the registration form and send it to Betty Hunnicutt with your registration fee of $50 ($100 for non-ACC residents).

Wonder Years Announcement Flyer

Wonder Years CHILDCARE Application

Wonder Years EMPLOYMENT Application

For more information:
Wonder Years at Anderson Creek Club
c/o Betty Hunnicutt – 351 Wagoner Drive, Suite 155, Fayetteville NC 283030
Phone 910-624-6563 or Fax 910-814-2892 or Email

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | April 6, 2010

ACC – Summer Sports for Children

We are pleased to offer GOLF, TENNIS, SOCCER, AND SWIMMING for ages 3-16 at Anderson Creek Club this summer. 

See below for schedules, prices, and registration instructions.

Golf Camp

Week of June 14 – June 17

Ages 8-17

From 9-11am

$50 per student

Call the ACC Pro Shop at 910-814-2115 to register

For more information, email


Tennis Camp

Week of June 21 – June 24 (Friday is rain make-up day)

8:30-9:30am for Ages 4-6 $40
9:30-12:30pm for Ages 7-12 $100

Register at and contact Brian Rosenthal at

Camp for ages 7-12 will include nearly 3 hrs of instruction per day. Your child will have at least a 30 min cool down & water break around 11am to break up the camp. Parents must pack a cold water jug, tennis racquet, and recommend a healthy snack which can be placed in a cooler.  10% off if you register before 5/1/10.


British Soccer Camp

Week of June 28 – July 2

First Kicks (ages 3-4) from 9am-10am or 5:30pm-6:30pm for $66

Mini-soccer (ages 4-6) from 10:30am-12pm or 7pm-8:30pm for $86

Half Day (ages 6-16) from 9am-12pm or 5:30pm-8:30pm for $107

Online registration:|1|13618&~

 Click here for a printable PDF registration form.

*Please note that this camp is only open to ACC Residents.  If you would like to bring a guest, please contact the POA office for instructions*

For assistance, please contact Carol Horvath at 800-878-2167 x239 between 8:30am to 5pm (CST).

British Soccer Camps provide players of all ages and abilities with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international experts. Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices, small-sided games, coached scrimmages, and a daily tournament. Equally important, the Challenger coaching staff provides your child with lessons in respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. Camp programs include a free ball and shirt and a free British Soccer jersey for on line registrations 45 days prior to camp!

YMCA Swimming Lessons

Click here for schedule and levels.

Register at the YMCA in Fayetteville.  ACC registration date to be announced.  Registration form to follow. Group lessons are $50 for 8 classes.  Private lessons are $100 for 5 classes.  For more information, contact Tami Carpenter at the Fayetteville YMCA at 910-323-0800 or

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | December 15, 2009

ACC 3rd Annual 5k/10k Fun Run and 1 mile Fun Walk

Saturday, February 6, 2010 at 9am at Anderson Creek Club

Please join us for the 3rd Annual Anderson Creek Club 5K/10K/1 Mile Fun Walk with proceeds benefiting the Overhills High School Athletic Department. The registration fee is $20 and  includes a long sleeve t-shirt. Additional t-shirts will be available for $12.  The Scouts will be hosting a pancake breakfast after the run – details to follow.

3rd Annual ACC 5k 10k-1 PDF

Start times

6:45 am – 8:30 am- Packet Pickup
9:00 am – 10K
9:30 am – 5K
9:45 am – 1 Mile Family Fun Walk
10:15 am – Awards

Awards for 5K & 10K

Overall male and female.
Age groups for male and female:
10 & under, 11-13, 14-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64,& 65-69

For more information:

To register:

Property Owners Association

Anderson Creek Club
125 Whispering Pines Drive
Spring Lake , NC 28390
Office: 910-814-2633

Gate: 910-814-2376

Security: 910-286-6791
Fax: 910-814-2892

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | August 14, 2009

Fayetteville is number one in rising home values again!

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A STAFF REPORT from Zillow .com

Attention, Fayetteville homeowners: If you missed the news this past week, get ready to smile: The city’s housing market ranks No. 1 in the nation — again — for appreciating values in the second quarter, according to The news spread like wildfire in the media — from Business Week and Forbes magazines to ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Zillow is a real estate Web site, which analyzes home values based on its own formula. According to Zillow, Fayetteville’s median home value jumped 13.4 percent since the second quarter of 2008. That’s well above the other markets in the top five for growth. They all showed appreciation of 4.2 percent to 4.8 percent. Nationally, home values fell 12.1 percent over the past year, Zillow reports. The median value in the U.S. is $186,500, the site says. In Fayetteville, the median value was $120,600, according to the company. Nearly 12 percent of sales in June were foreclosed properties, and 16.2 percent of single-family mortgages had negative equity. By comparison, 22 percent of U.S. sales were foreclosures, and 23 percent of U.S. mortgages had negative equity, Zillow reports. The best-performing ZIP code in Cumberland County was 28306, with 28.4 percent appreciation year-over-year to a median value of $137,600 in June. Also, properties in 28312 appreciated 22.7 percent to a median June value of $130,100. Two ZIP codes that include Haymount, the downtown area and several wealthier neighborhoods showed significant growth, too – 28301’s median value was $96,700, up 17.7 percent, and 28305’s median value was $162,300, up 11.8 percent. Rounding out the top five U.S. markets for home appreciation were: Oklahoma City, Okla.; Binghamton, N.Y.; Burlington, N.C.; and Gainesville, Ga. The worst-performing markets were in California and Las Vegas, where values plunged 31 percent to 40 percent over the past year. The median home value in Las Vegas was $140,500 in the second quarter, with 67 percent of June sales being foreclosures, according to Zillow. The company says its value estimates include all single-family homes and condominiums regardless if they sold during a particular period. It uses data from public sources for 161 metropolitan statistical areas.

A reason to celebrate: The Fayetteville housing market is tops in the nation for home appreciation.

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | July 1, 2009

ACC July 4th Activities


Click here to download our flyer

Trail Run – 8AM

1 Mile Family Fun Run & Walk
Pool parking Lot

Parade – 10AM

Starts at the Clubhouse

Decorate your bike, scooter, stroller, golf cart, dog, etc.

Prizes for best decorations!

Route is around The Inner Circle and return to the Clubhouse


11:30 – 2:00 at the Pavilion
Burger and Hot Dogs will be provided.
Please bring a side dish to share.

Cookie Contest
Bring a batch of cookies to enter!

Plus Kids Activities and Entertainment!

Volunteers Needed!

Contact ACC POA at 814-2633 or

Please RSVP and Pay $5 before Wednesday, July 1st

Contact: – 910-814-2633

$5 per Family – Cash or Checks payable to ACC POA

Your RSVP should include your name and number of family members attending

Bring your payments to the clubhouse POA office or drop it off in the POA box at the bottom of the stairs

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | April 12, 2009

An Introduction to Anderson Creek Club

Anderson Creek Club Developer and Resident David Levinson gives a audio/visual tour of the community.

Posted by: andersoncreekclubnc | March 30, 2009

Anderson Creek Golf Club E-News for Monday, March 30, 2009

Dave Hunt & Walt Williams won the Members 9-Hole Game this past Saturday with a 8-under par 64 and a 4 shot victory. The teams of Marv Houghton & Ken Beam and Ricky White & Larry Jones both shot 68 to tie for 2nd. Three teams shot 70 to also finish in the money – those teams were Ric Thompson & Roy Haddock, Joe Boyd & Brian McMillan and Jon Hockaday & John Johnson. The team of Ken Beam, Brian McMillan, Ricky White & Nathan Phillips won the regular members game with Roy Haddock, Marv Houghton, Dave Hunt and Paul Dummitt all winning a $35 skin.

Upcoming Member Activites – Saturday, April 4th will be a regular members game and April 11th will be a beat the Pro event. Sign up sheets are in the pro shop for all mermbers events.

New Ping and Callaway equipment has arrived for the spring and we remind you that all members recieve a 15% discount on all golf equipment purchases.

All winter clothing is currently marked down – some as much as 45% off!!!!

We remind you that our Thursday night dinners are still rolling along and we encourage you to call for reservations.

We want to thank those of you that have signed up for the adopt a hole program and the work already done – Thanks!!

Those of you interested in golf lessons, please call the pro shop at 814-2115- x.240.

Thanks for being members at Anderson Creek and we look forward to continuing to serve you.


Jon Hockaday

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