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weather, outdoor dining is a pleasant option. Lunch and dinner are served Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Breakfast is offered on Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. until 10:45 a.m. Fairways hosts Sunday brunch from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Breakfast sandwiches, Bloody Marys and daily specials are particular favorites. Hobbs Hole Golf Course remains the crowning jewel and


sentimental favorite of Billy Cooke’s many projects. “Our course was designed ahead of its time for this region, and we work hard to keep it that way,” he said. At 84, Mr. Cooke is far from retired, he’s an active presence


at Hobbs Hole and Essex Concrete, where he is CEO. He still comes to his office nearly every day, where he is surrounded by photos, awards and memorabilia from his storied career and family life. His oldest son, Keith Cooke, is president of Essex Concrete. A natural-born businessman and entrepreneur, Billy Cooke


also delights in his many real estate ventures. In addition to Mr. Cooke’s business enterprises, he served for 16 years on the Essex County Board of Supervisors, three years on the Bank of Lancaster Advisory Board and has spearheaded multiple community service projects. The Cookes extend their thanks to the many loyal golfers


whose support has helped make Hobbs Hole Golf Course a success. The family invites local residents and visitors to come play a round, enjoy a delicious meal, sit by the fireplace and relax at 1267 Hobbs Hole Drive in Tappahannock. For more information, call (804)443-4500. Visit the website at www. hobbshole.com or email theproshop@hobbshole.com. H


PGA Professional Troy Thorne and Maintenance Superintendent Gary LaFleur with Mr. Hobbs


The House & Home Magazine


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