Gladwell Orthodontics Invisalign Review

Gladwell Orthodontics is a name that is synonymous with Wake Forest, North Carolina. For years, Dr. Jason Gladwell has worked very hard to build his practice in the northern part of Wake County. Whether you go to Wake Forest High School football games or drive down Highway 98 in the morning, you have likely seen the GO logo for Gladwell Orthodontics.

Dr. Jason Gladwell is one of the only Super Elite Invisalign providers in the entire state of North Carolina. This means he has worked with thousands of patients with the “invisible aligners” method of straightening teeth. In 2017 and beyond, there is a strong likelihood that many dentists and orthodontists in Wake County and throughout the Triangle are going to attempt to push Invisalign as a treatment alternative to braces. Unfortunately, these dentists and orthodontists simply don’t have the experience of Dr. Gladwell and his staff.

When going into Dr. Gladwell’s very modern office, you will find there is a Charity Coffee Shop, a video arcade and the opportunity to use their wifi. This is all before you actually get into the true office. The staff is extremely friendly and Dr. Gladwell takes the time and effort to allow you to understand your options from metal braces to Invisalign.

While Dr. Gladwell is North Carolina’s Invisalign expert, he does understand that not all patients will want the clear aligners. If you are seeking metal braces or clear braces, there are options available. If you have any specific recommendations, Dr. Gladwell is always willing to take your thoughts into consideration.

Another great thing about Gladwell Orthodontics is the location. The office is located very close to The Factory in Wake Forest. This means your children will have the opportunity to go ice skating, to a party or simply shop around for some trinkets or toys.

If you are looking for specific shoppes or stores in the factory, do not hesitate to reach out to us as we have a thorough understanding of the options available in The Factory. We will likely write some reviews and articles explaining what shoppes and boutiques are open on a daily basis in The Factory.

Hasentree Member Guest Tournament Review

The last Hasentree Classic Member-Guest tournament on bentgrass greens has concluded. Any future tournaments at Hasentree will be with the new Championship Bermuda greens that will be reconstructed over the summer. The 2017 Hasentree Classic was a success and anyone that has the opportunity to play in a Hasentree tournament in the future should do so.

It is hard to deny that Hasentree is one of the best private country clubs in all of North Carolina. With brand new greens coming in later this year many have debated if the course will get a CGA Tournament in 2018 or beyond. Only time will tell.

The 2017 Hasentree Classic Member-Guest started with a practice round on Thursday followed by a closest to the pin chipping contest and a putting contest. Members and guests were also encouraged to pick out their TaylorMade gift from the TaylorMade tent.

Friday morning included three (3) nine hole matches within 10 different flights. Even though there were 60 teams on the course, the pace of play was not horrendous. As to be expected with any tournament, pace of play was not fast, but it was not at a standstill for the entire day.

Saturday was the finale of the Hasentree Classic with two (2) nine hole matches and the four hole playoff to determine the Grand Champion. The entire event ended around 5:00 pm.

The Champions Dinner started around 7:00 pm. If you are the type of golfer that likes major events that conclude in a very fancy dinner, the Hasentree Classic is the right tournament for you. It is important to note that the food and beverage was included in the cost of the tournament ($900).

All Calcutta bets were separate from the cost of the tournament. As is policy with almost every single country club in America, the pro staff and employees of the course did not encourage any type of betting amongst the participants.

Once again, if you are looking to enjoy a great member guest tournament in Wake Forest, North Carolina, this is the one to partake in. Note that it is not easy to get into this tournament as the members have to get on a waiting list if they are not chosen for the event.