Carl Black's GMC should be your preferred Tow Vehicle!
AWSC's Premier sponsor making tournament time a great time!
Highlights from the JGMAO - 2015
World Disabled Waterski Tournament. AWSC member Bill Furbish competing for a title in California! Placed second in Slalom, way to go Bill!
2014 Medal Winners and Award recipiants of the AWSC State Championships Below are some great memories!
Our members range in age from 2 to over 65. Enjoy slalom, trick or jump skiing. You don't have to own a boat to be a member. Get to know our members and get all you can out of this wonderful sport!
Any USA Waterski member may participate in our Wednesday night slalom. Skiing begins at 5:00 pm on Lake Acworth. $5 per set. See club calendar for start and finish dates. This is a no-motor lake. The AWSC is provided a special permit by The City of Acworth to operate one boat during this time.
3 Reasons to Join AWSC...
Congratulations Susan Lee McAfrey, the AWSC's newest member!
Scott Sundberg has been sighted! Flying the skied of the AWSC. Only been 4 years! (Rare sighting June 2015)
Before and after
Be sure to check out the Water Ski State Championship being held again this year at Divorce Lake in Valley, Alabama. See www.georgiawaterskifederation.org for details. This year will be a dual state challenge against the skiers from Alabama as well. You can imagine the bragging rights up for grabs!
Another great program this year announced by the EVP of the Southern Region is the introduction of State Ski Teams. Each state will form a ski team that will represent at the Regional Tournament. They Southern Region Tournament is held at Lymanland USA, Tuscaloosa, AL.
The cool part about the Georgia State Ski Team is you do not have to have a qualifying ski average to compete at the Regional Tournament! If your team wins, you are qualified to ski Water Ski Nationals as well to represent Georgia and the Southern Region. If you are interested in being on the team, email James. I will have Matt Page, Team Captain get in touch with you!
On May 14th, 2016 The Club donated time and materials to replace the dock located at Cauble Park on Lake Acworth. the City of Acworth has been a long standing supporter of the AWSC and allows our club to promote our sport through organized Tournaments and a 'Wednesday Slalom League' on the lake. To do this requires special permission from the City. We are very appreciative of this support and gladly work to keep such facilities in place for all park visitors to enjoy!
I wasted no time getting to know Susan. After all, it isn't everyday a gal as cool as this motor's by in her own Sweet Nautique 200!
She is a friend of Bill Furbish, and already knows several club members. She attended the 2016 banquet and our most recent work party to complete her membership requirements. Happy Skiing Susan!
P.S. Don't let me forget to give you a highly sought after club shirt and stickers!
If your Slalom Skiing with us, this is what your missing!
Andy's new suit for 2016! Honored I was offered the first set behind this gorgeous Nautique 200. Even ran a 35 off!
#1: Private boat launch and dock: as a member of AWSC, you will have private launch capabilities on Lake Allatoona right next to the slalom course. You'll also have access to our private dock. It's a great place to suit up and gear up for your day of skiing or leisure. If you have kids, it's a perfect place to spend the day. Why fight the crowds at public launches when you can use a private launch for a very low price.
#2: Maintained ski course and jump: you'll have unlimited access to a competition-grade maintained slalom course and jump. It's a great place to improve your skiing.
#3: The AWSC members like to have fun: you'll meet people with the same interests as you and be included in many social events throughout the season.