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GAC Minutes 1995 11/08t' ~J GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES FOR NOVEMBER 8, 1995 GOLF CLUBHOUSE ATTENDING: Rick VanNoy, Jeff Goodman, Jeane Campbell, Carl Hoss Vice-Chairman VanNoy called the meeting to order at 7:00 P.M. Ted Whiteman and Phil Gilman were absent while all other members were present. Whiteman had a previously scheduled meeting. Chairman Jeff Goodman moved that the minutes of the October 11, 1995, meeting be~approved as presented. Jeane Campbell seconded and the motion carried. '~ NEW BUSINESS: 1. Contract Review - The contract and salary agreement of the golf pro, Carl Hoss, was discussed. Professional Hoss's salary has not been increased the past four (4) years and with the addition of the new nine hole course next year, it is the committee's position that an increase of $4,500 per year be added to his present salary, of $34,500. Jeff.Goodman made the motion to recommend that Carl Hoss's salary be increased $4,500 for the coming 1996 season. Jeane Campbell seconded and the motion carried. 2. Clubhouse Upgrade - Jim Galloway presented his plans and ideas for the upgrade and addition of air conditioning to the present Clubhouse heating system. After discussion, Mr. Galloway will submit next week, proposal for the following work: A. Addition of two (2) 5 ton heat pumps to make the heating more efficient while adding air conditioning to the system. B. Extend the present duct work to provide an efficiently balanced system. C. Convert the two (2) grills over the kitchen hood to "make-up" air systems. Note: Additional electrical work will be needed, so a proposal will be sought for that portion of the work. OLD BUSINESS: 1. Golf Course Construction - Discussion of the construction impact of the water system across the golf course is of real concern to the Committee. These areas have been video taped. Also concern about settlement of some trenching across the course, leads the Committee to suggest that partial payment be withheld until satisfactory completion of the these areas. 2. Position Vacancy - The new superintendent position was discussed and updated. No action has been taken so far. The Committee members would like to thank Craig Collins for his work in the absence of a superintendent. With no further business, the meeting adjourned at 9:50 P.M. GOLF 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 Carl M. Hoss PGA Head Professional McCall Golf Course COURSE MONIES TO CITY OF McCALL: Gr. Fees Tourney Passes Surchar~,e Tr. Fees Locker Total City Monies and rounds played were not tracked by the Pro Shop. City unable to provide information. 230,466 N/A 98,410 N/A 11,892 880 341,648 217,407 N/A 94,295 N/A I 1,385 880 323,967 238,468 8,320 120,290 5,785 12,106 1,260 386,229 228,647 8,255 107,135 N/A 10,444 1,659 356,140 ROUNDS PLAYED: 18 Holes 9 Holes Passes Tourney Total Days Open 1991 City unable to provide information. 175 1992 12,191 3,650 16,280 3,944 36,065 205 ! 993 11,513 3,239 13,910 3,698 32,360 172 1994 10,335 3,401 14,405 3,878 32,0 i 9 186 1995 9,758 2,562 10,933 4,178 27,431 165 AVERAGES GENERATED PER # DAYS OPEN: Golf Season # Days S/Day Rounds/Day SI#Rounds 1991 5/10- 10/31 1992 4/10- 10/31 1993 5/13- 10/31 1994 4/29- 10/31 1995 5/20- 10/31 175 lnform~ion notavailable. 205 $1,666 175 $ 9.47 172 $1,883 188 $10.01 186 $2,076 172' $12.06 165 $2,158 166'* $12.98 COMMENTS: * 1994: Forest Fire began 8/3/94 and had a devistating effect on balance of 1994 golf season. 1995: Meadow Creek Golf & Field Club of New Meadows was closed to public play in 1992-1994 and reopened to public play for the 1995 golf season. Lew Golde, their head golf professional, repol~s 10,000 1995 rounds verses 1,000 1994 rounds, an increase of 9,000 rounds played. This affected not unly our number orr#roads played, but season pass sales, and decreases in McCall Men's and Women's Golf Associations' membership numbers. Carl M. Hoss November 7, 1995 GOLF COURSE MONIES TO THE CITY OF McCALL as of October 31,1995 1995 vs. 1994 1995 1994 Gr. Fees Tourney Passes Surcharge Tr. Fees Locker 228,647* 8,255 107,135 N/A 10,444 1,659 238,468 8,320 120,290 5,785 12,106 1,260 Total 356,140 386,229 (9,821) (65) (13,155) (5,785) (1,662) 399 (30,089) ROUNDS PLAYED: 18 Holes 1995 9,758 1994 10,335 9Holes Passes Tourney Total 2,562 10,933 4,178 27,431 3,401 14,405 3,878 32,019 1995 1994 (577) (839) (3,472) 300 (4,588) Opening Day # Days Open # Rain Days % Rain Days May 20th 165 26 16% April 29th 186 28 16% Note: Recap of Rounds Played from April 29 thru May 19, 1994: 18 Holes 9 Holes Passes Tourney Total 321 118 1,180 0 1,619 COMMENTS: -- *As of 10/6/95 9-hole green fees were charged for all 18 hole rounds due to constraction of golf course for water lines. Potential golf course revenue was affected as follows: 161 WD rounds ~ $ l 1.00 vs. $19.00 = $1,288.00; 250 WE rounds ~ $13.00 vs. $23.00 = $2,500.00 for a total of $3,788.00 during the remainder of October 1995. Our nearest competition, Meadow Creek Golf & Field Club of New Meadows, was closed to public play in 1994 and reopened to public play as of 1995. Lew Golde, their head golf professional, reports 10,000 1995 rounds versus 1,000 1994 rounds.