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GAC Minutes 1994 10/05GOLF COURSE ADVISOR COMMITTEE MEETING OC . 5 ; 1994 Attending: Ted Frank Brown Rick VanNoy Judy Barkley Charles Denham Carl Hoss Alan Atwood Mary Clemmer Homer Davies Jim Townley Harvey Bergstrom Call to order and roll call: Ted Whiteman called the meeting to order at 7:10 P.M. Jeff Goodman was absent while all other committee members were present. Minutes: Rick VanNoy moved That the Minutes from the meeting on September 14, 1994 be approved as written. Judy Barkley second. Motion Carried. Old Business: 1. Irrigation Engineer R.F.P. Supt. Denham reported that he had published the R.F. P. as it was presented by Chairman Whiteman. It was advertised in the Idaho Statesman and the Star News. In addition, Denham sent form to two reputable out of state firms. 2. New 9 Update Supt. Denham reported the outcome of a meeting with Pete O'neil, Larry Teufel, Robert Graves, Dave Peugh, and himself. At the meeting it was agreed that additional irrigation is needed to complete the project. Larry Teufel agreed to install 9 more heads in various locations. Also, he agreed to seed areas where germination wasn't adequate next spring. 3. Fast Play Policy Carl Hoss reported that the policy seems to work during the morning hours, then the afternoon players become more difficult to marshal. He suggests that this is caused by the higher handicap, and "First Time" players playing at this. time. Comments from the committee were centered around improved marshalling and studying the 5-some policy. Some committee members feel that the 5-somes are causing some slowplay. Carl contends that we can increase the rounds played in a season by having 5-somes. Committee suggests that the 5-some issue be looked at more closely. 4. Treasure Valley Women's Amateur The association presented Carl with dates they would like to hold the tournament in 1995. They are June 26, 27, & 28. Supt. Denham informed them of the time of year he does a deep -tine aerification treatment on the greens. This occurs the day after the 2-man bestball in Mid -June. This time frame is not flexible. Chairman Whiteman brought to the committee's attention that the minutes referred to the first two weeks of June as being the time frame for the tournament. Mr. Denham did not object to June 12, 13, & 14 as the dates for the tourney. Mr. Hoss informed the committee of a tournament he was approached with. It's called the Legends Dinner and features sports stars to benefit charity. There were some scheduling questions so the subject will be moved to next agenda. 5. Budget Update Supt. Denham reported that the budget items presented to the council were adopted. Jim Townly, Homer Davies, and Harvey Bergstrom were in attendance to present a list of questions that were listed in a letter to the editor in the Star News. The committee agreed to "hear them out" and try to answer the questions if possible. The questions will be discussed at the December meeting. With no Further business the meeting adjourned at 9:25 P.M. Respect ly .witted, X (I. i d Whiteman, Chairman