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GAC Minutes 1996 06/11GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES June 11, 1996 Attending: Rick VanNoy Max Williamson Jeff Goodman (not present) Bill McMurray (not present) Jeannie Campbell Phil Gillman Minutes: 1) Irrigation Status: Mike informed the committee that the project was going slow due to the weather. As of today #18 & #17 were completed. #8 should be done by the weekend, weather permitting. Turf Sprinkler is hoping to have 9 holes completed by the Amateur. Final completion will be around the 1= or 2r~ week in September. 2) Additional items: Max requested that the committee, Mike and Carl play golf together one day a week all season. The rest of the committee thought that was great and so did Mike and Cad. The day was set for Thursday at 9:00 am (9 holes). Jeannie mentioned that we should get some signs made for the 9 holes the irrigation crew is working on. Sorry Hole Closed, Temporary Tees, etc. New Business: 1) Golf Package Carl presented a golf package that he and the manager from Super 8 had discussed. (Attached) Jeannie mentioned that this sort of package had to be available to all local accomidators. There was some discussion on what to offer to the local accomidators. ~' Max made a motion to recommend to city council that for the hours from 1:30 to 4:00 Monday through Sunday dudng the summer, June, July & August and the months of September and October to offer a discount for golf to ail local accomidators at $20 weekdays and $25 weekends. To allow them to have a golf package available. Phil seconded the motion and it carded unanimously, except for Rick's apposal to summer weekends. Old Business: 1) Media day tournament: Jeannie said that the media wasn't interested because they already have so many dates lined up to do summer events. Staff Report: Mike mentioned getting course yardage's marked at sprinkler heads. Committee thought that was great. Carl and Phil thought it might speed up play. Carl had nothing else to add. Mary said that catedng the city auction was a big loss and won't do it again. Lona Bell didn't want to sell her house to the Crandels unless she got full pdce. The beverage cart was great and thanked Mike · if Course AdVisory Boar ,. ._..~{~i ~ ~m=MC~aG~arling, Manager, McCall Super 8 L°dge ~~ n>~be~ , 1997 McCall super 8 Lodge opened its doors a - On February 21, · nd locals alike. quality economy lodgxng to travelers a gan offering . - - .... in- over 2000 guests already. d the Qreat pleasure oz nou~ ~ . We ~a~? ha __- : ...... 4-*er -uests, we collaborated w~th. Brunda~e To petter s~v~_~u- ---~ -a~ka-e that proved particularly popular Mountain, o£$er~ng a s p w - - · We advertised for ourselves and Brundage for about a on weekends, sman. We sold month in the ThUrsday ~C sect~_~f~e~d~k~t:~~ forged a over 50 passes outing the remalnxn~ w~ ~ mutually beneficial relationship with B='undage. We look forward to initiating this arrangement again in late fall. It is our chief desire to establish a sJ.milar agreement with the McCall Golf Course. We'd like to offer our guests a golf package based on double occupancy. Reservation~ would be required. This would necessitate a small price break on the part of both businesses. have urchased 52 weeks of advertising from the Idaho Statesman We P · · . " e in the Thursday REC section. We w~ll be Featur of the Week" 8 times throughout the year (see attached example). AS partners, Super 8 Lodge would like to include McCall Golf Course in at least 2 of these features free of charge. We'~d like to announce the golf both your place and ours. package and describe the amenities for One of these features will specifically target the September/October golfers and what a fantastic time of year it is to stay and play in in September and October should McCall. Promoting golf packages prove to be mutually beneficial to both businesses and a real plus for the patron· As I discussed with Golf Pro, Carl Hoss, we will encourage tee times of between 1 and 4 pm because we understand how busy the golf course is earlier and later in the day. And we will make the reservation at the time of room-booking whenever po:ssible. It is fully our intention to enhance what you are doing by encouraging Boise Valley golfers and others to travel north (and south) and experience the beauty and uniqueness of the McCall Golf Course and the Super 8 Lodge. Here is a breakdown of costs. All numbers are negotiable· Iam available to discuss them further with ~ou at your convenience. Super $ Golf Package (based on double occupancy) Green Fees $40. weekday 48. weekend Cart Rentals 18. Room Charge 59. ~ Total weekday cost would be $117. and weekend cost would be $125. Tnl~ properly is independenlly owned and op~e4ed pursuant to a I~anc.~ise agreement with SUPER 8 MOTELS, INC