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2005McCall Golf Course Advisory Meeting December 14, 2005 Call to order at 5:30 Attendees: Bruce Grundy Bob Giles Roger Snodgrass Hank McCauley Judy Van Komen Allan Morrison Jerry Palmerton Discussion on the need for another member at large and it will be submitted to staff to post for this vacancy on the Advisory Board. As well as the possibility of revising the mission statement for the Advisory Board to allow for designated substitutes to vote in the absence of the appointed member. New Business: Discussion of rates for the 06 season. Motion made to accept the rate structure proposed by staff and motion 2nd. Voted on and motion carried with 4 yes and 1 no. Old Business: None Staff reports: Jerry- Continuing to clear greens and noticed several greens with traffic across them that were not roped off. Going to focus on clearing those greens first due to the compaction of the traffic causing ice to form in those areas. Will try to rope those greens off. Having very good success with the process of clearing and answered the question of no snow and the lack of insulation that the snow provides. Answered with the fact that the greens covers provide the same insulation as a snow cover and that was their original design function. Used in areas of the country where no snow cover was present and the desiccation caused by cold winds caused death to the plant. Allan- Talked about the carpeting of the clubhouse with funds awarded by LOT. Asked for input on using those funds and focusing on specific areas of the clubhouse and include painting with the re -carpet. Came up with the plan from discussion to use a decorator from Krahns to provide input on colors and such. Meeting adjourned at 6:45 McCall Golf Advisory Meeting June 8, 2005 Roll Call at 5:30pm Attendees: Allan Morrison Jerry Palmerton Bob Giles Roger Snodgrass Hank McCauley Dan McKim Max Williamson Staff Reports 1. Allan Morrison a. Railing is completed. Will get painted when rain stops. b. Contractor has finished repairs to the bathrooms on Aspen. c. Best Ball — 140 teams registered to play. d. Pro Shop is fully staffed. e. Restaurant will be fully staffed by next week. 2. Jerry Palmerton a. Crew is in the process of re -seeding a few greens. Greens #4, 8, and 15 on the original 18 will be temporary for the Best Ball tournament this weekend. b. Pump station has been serviced. One pump burned out last fall --- will be fixed next week. All of the probes and fault lights will be re -installed by an electrician to make it possible to regulate the level of the pond. c. LOT dollars were approved for 2005. i. $20,000 for labor (2 or 3 more people) ii. $23,500 for equipment. iii. In addition, City Council gave the Golf Course $65,000 which had been held in reserve until past loan was paid off. Loan was paid off last fall. iv. Jerry will be submitting a budget amendment and then will purchase the equipment. Looking at equipment that is only 3 years old with longer useful life left for purchasing. v. LOT 2005 $23,500 + Existing Budget $28,000 + Loan Reserve $65,000 = $116,500 total available to buy/lease equipment. vi. Jerry said this will give us enough equipment by the end of July to meet our needs. vii. Tee box #'s 7 & 9 were sodded this week. Probably start playing them in one month — early July. viii. Season crew is currently 10 and will grow to 12 by the end of June. Old Business: Minutes from May'05 were reviewed and accepted. New Business: 1. LOT Recommendation for 2006 a. Labor proposal — $13,600. See Roger Snodgrass' handout. b. Additional requests to be made by Allan and Jerry to LOT. i. $20,000 for new carpet for clubhouse. ii. $5,000 for painting and lighting in clubhouse. c. Requests for 2006 due June 24th. d. Also thinking the Benefit Tournament held in the fall could help. Meeting Adjoumed at 7:OOpm. Next Meeting: 5:30pm on Wednesday, July 13 at the McCall Golf Course Club House. Attachment # 1 McCall Golf Course Advisory Committee's local option tax request for funding application dated June 8, 2005. The 27 hole McCall Golf Course continues to be one of the main drawing facilities for families visiting and retiring in the McCall area. The condition of the Golf Course is improving daily and with the help of 2005 Local Option Tax Funds for additional to hire additional labor and buy much needed equipment, this trend should continue through the season. This will only enhance the McCall Golf Courses ability to bring in more visitors, thus helping grow the entire economy of McCall. Jerry Palmerton, Course Superintendent, has budgeted for 13 seasonal maintenance workers, which is 2 less than the 5 per nine hole minimum it takes to maintain a golf course in good shape and far less than the 18 which is normal for the standard 18 hole golf course. This should give Jerry the ability to,coritmue the programs he has started this year and help insure the playability of the Golf Course as a whole and especially the greens. This request is based on two seasonal maintenance personnel working.160 hours each for the months of June, July, August and September. This would equate to 1280 hours.at a loaded labor rate of $10.63 (current Salary Schedule Grade 2 minimum plus 3%) or $13,606.40. We have rounded down the request to $13,600. Thank you for your consideration, The McCall Golf Course Advisory Committee McCall Golf Advisory Meeting May llth, 2005 See Printed Agenda. Roll Call at 5:30pm Attendees: Allan Morrison Bob Giles Roger Snodgrass Hank McCauley Jerry Palmerton Staff Reports 1. Allan Morrison a. Railing around the clubhouse will be completed and painted, within our budget, by the end of May. 2. Jerry Palmerton a. Seeded all damaged putting greens --- 1, 2, 4-17 on Aspen & Birch. b. Covers are being used to protect some greens while they recover. c. Seeded 1, 4, and 6 on Cedar Course. There is a temp green on #6. d. In about 10 days, a light top dressing will be done to help develop healthy grass. Light top dressing will be done frequently. e. Small sod projects, back of green #5. Using nursery sod to help out. f. Walk mowers are being used where newly germinated seed needs protecting. We have 2 working walk mowers. g. Irrigation has been tested, pumps are up and running. Jerry is working on setting up the software based upon weather station data so that it will optimize the irrigation system. The pump technician will be reviewing all of our pumps in the next week. h. Staffing - Four seasonals on currently and another one will be hired tomorrow. Mechanic is staying on with golf course. Rest of staff is doing really well. Probably will be able to get to12 seasonals with the LOT funding for labor. Old Business: Minutes from April '05 were accepted. New Business: 1. LOT Report from Roger Snodgrass a. Recommendation to City Council for equipment is $23,500. Jerry has recommendation for leasing equipment. Committee agreed this was a priority. b. LOT committee also agreed to 3 laborers at a cost of $20,000. Again, this needs to be approved by the City Council. c. City Council will decide on May 26t. d. Submission for next year's LOT begins June 2"d, 2005 e. Committee recommends we put equipment lease as 1st priority for the LOT. f. Committee recommends that 3 laborers at $21,000 plus equipment lease at $25,000 for FY 2006 LOT. Bob will present Labor proposal to LOT committee. Jerry & Allan will present Equipment proposal. Meeting is currently scheduled for June 2', 6pm at the American Legion Hall. 2. Replacement of inactive committee members a. Still have 2 vacancies. Golf Advisory Committee will ask the City to advertise to fill these 2 positions. These are voluntary positions on committee known as "members at large." Meeting Adjourned at 7:1Opm. Next Meeting: 5:30pm on Wednesday, June 8 at the McCall Golf Course Club House. McCall Golf Advisory Meeting April 20`h, 2005 See Printed Agenda. Roger Snodgrass has a copy of committee charter Roll Call at 5:30pm Attendees: Allan Morrison Bob Giles Roger Snodgrass Judy Van Komen Jerry Palmerton Staff Reports I. Allan Morrison a. General Manager Contract — an addendum will be added that adds a 6-mo trial period. This will be presented to the City Council May 12`h, 2005. b. Tournament Interest — Interest in the 2-man Best Ball is very high. 2. Jerry Palmerton a. Jerry talked about the importance of building relationships with members of the Women's Club and Men's club. He is interested in working with members to help improve the golf course. Jerry will be available to discuss how the course maintenance will be done so that we will all understand what the plan is. Old Business: Nothing New Business: 1. Review of the Marketing Plan a. Allan put together a marketing plan handout for 2005. The budget shows $5,000 for marketing. (See handout from Allan) b. Roger asked if a $5,000 marketing plan is adequate. Allan said more money could be spent if we had access to professional advertising help. c. The committee reviewed Allan's proposal and agreed with his recommendations. 2. Status of 2005 Fees a. A proposal for 2005 rates will be published in the local paper and needs to be approved by the City Council. This is notification for the Public Hearing May 12`h b. Committee agreed with proposal presented on 4/20/05. See Allan's handout. 3. LOT Funding Requests a. Roger put forth a proposal to spend $20,000 on labor so we could increase the golf course maintenance crew size. b. Committee agreed that this proposal would be carried forward. c. Committee also agreed that Jerry and Allan should put forth other proposals, such as an equipment upgrade for a rough mower. d. Committee agreed labor increase would be ls` priority submitted. 2"a priority would be equipment. 5/2/2005 File: Golf Advisory Mtg April 05 4. Replacement of inactive committee members a. Charter says we will have 3 members at large. Roger Snodgrass and Mark Rhoades have been attending historically. Roger will continue. Roger will check to see if Mark still wants to participate. Committee will then advertise to fill the 1 or 2 open positions. 5. Election of Officers a. Roger nominated Bob Giles as Committee Chair and Judy Van Komen as Vice Chair. A vote was taken and unanimously agreed. 6. Meeting Adjourned at 7pm. Next Meeting: 5:30pm on May l lth at the McCall Golf Course Club House. 5/2/2005 File: Golf Advisory Mtg April 05 proposed rate 9 HOLE RATES: 2004 2005 change Junior $10.00 $12.00 20% Weekend/Holiday $25.00 $28.00 12% Weekday $18.00 $20.00 11% 10 round Weekend/Holiday coupon book - 9 holes $224.00 NEW 10 round Weekday coupon book - 9 holes $160.00 NEW Sunday After 5 pm $10.00 $10.00 0% Add 9 $10.00 $12.00 20% 18 HOLE RATES: Junior $20.00 $22.00 10% Weekend/Holiday $35.00 $38.00 9% Weekday $29.00 $32.00 10% 10 round Weekend/Holiday coupon book - 18 holes $304.00 NEW 10 round Weekday coupon book - 18 holes $256.00 NEW SPECIAL RATES: Weekend After 2 pm - 18 holes $30.00 $32.00 7% Twilight Weekend After 6 pm - 9 holes $26.00 $20.00 -23% League Play with Discount $12.00 $15.00 25% Weekday After 2 pm - 18 holes $25.00 $26.00 4% Twilight Weekday After 6 pm - 9 holes $20.00 $18.00 -10% PASSES: Season -- Unlimited Play Discount Pass (1/2 Off green fees) 1/2 Season Pass -- Unlimited Play Monday - Thursday -- Unlimited Play College Student Under 25 Junior (18 and Under) $525.00 $275.00 $400.00 $190.00 $75.00 $580.00 10% $199.00 NEW $275.00 0% $425.00 6% $195.00 3% $75.00 0% OTHER RATES: Trail fee -- season $225.00 $250.00 11 % Trail fee -- day $25.00 $20.00 -20% Locker rental -- season $35.00 $25.00 -29% Locker rental -- weekly $10.00 NEW Tournament (city) $10.00 $10.00 0% 2005 Proposed Rate Schedule 5/2/2005 _MARKETING PLAN 2005 Co -Op Ads with Chamber $500 McCall Activity Guide $800 Golf South Idaho $1100 Rack Card and Distribution $2000 Total $4400 Budget $5000 Balance $600 GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES January 12th, 2005 Attending: Hank McCauley Roger Snodgrass Marc Rhoades Minutes: Judy Van Komen Bob Giles Allan Morrison Lindley Kirkpatrick Bill Robertson Dan Pillard It was moved and seconded, passed unanimously to approve the minutes of the December 8th, 2004 meeting as written. Staff Reports: Allan Morrison reported: all tournaments will be grandfathered into next season during the same respective weekends and there will be minor increases within the restaurant operation, such as the price of cigarettes and small ticket items. Dan Pillard reported: over 35 cuttings were sharpened. Staff will submit a requisition for the purchase of two rough mowers for a total of $28,000, incurring a budgeted lease payment of $6,816 annually. New Business: Dan Pillard provided a copy of the rate structure used to prepare the city budget along with an analysis of revenues, season passes (see attachment) the committee discussed the increased rates and the consensus was: • Lower rounds were due to fall -out from 2002 service, increased competition with more courses and course conditioning with emphasis on greens quality. • Dan Pillard emphasized greens quality should be a priority for the 2005 season and over the last eight years the infrastructure improvements should start to pay-off; the project schedule will be less off thus allowing a mare efficient use of the crew for course maintenance with improvements in place. • Dan Pillard mentioned that due to the ice damage, an increase in greens aerification along with a topdressing program will help manage the layered structure of the under lying soil. Marc Rhoades mentioned that scheduling and informing the public will help lessen disappointment while the greens are aerated. • After reviewing the rate structure the committee would like to utilize the discount pass that was successful during the 2002 season. Criteria involved; discounting rounds all of the time or from Monday -Thursday, or on weekends after 1pm as to not discount prime tee -times that might be filled at full price. Dan Pillard mentioned that the discount pass in 2002 was a Monday -Thursday and calculations were based on that. • Committee decided on recommending the discount pass is utilized at all times. It was moved and seconded to recommend to the City Council the proposed rate structure (see attachment). Old Business: Dan Pillard presented a copy of the GCAC Mission Statement, committee decided to table the review of the mission statement until the March GCAC Meeting. Adjournment GCAC Recommended Rates* 9 HOLE RATES: 2004 2005* Junior $10.00 $12.00 Weekend/Holiday* $25.00 $28.00 Weekday $18.00 $20.00 Family Night - Sunday After 5 pm** $10.00 $15.00 Additional 9 $12.00 18 HOLE RATES: Junior $20.00 $22.00 Weekend/Holiday* $35.00 $38.00 Weekday $29.00 $32.00 SPECIAL RATES: Unlimited Weekend After 2 pm $30.00 $32.00 Twilight Weekend After 5 pm $26.00 $28.00 League Play with Discount $12.00 $15.00 Unlimited Weekday After 2pm $25.00 $26.00 Twilight Weekday After 5pm $20.00 $22.00 PASSES: SEASON $525.00 $580.00 DISCOUNT PASS (1/2 off Green Fees), $199.00 MONDAY - THURSDAY $400.00 $450.00 COLLEGE STUDENT UNDER 25 $190.00 $195.00 JUNIOR (18 AND UNDER) $75.00 $75.00 OTHER RATES: Trail fee --season $225.00 $250.00 Trail fee --day $25.00 $25.00 Locker rental --season $35.00 $38.00 City of McCall Preliminary Budgeted Rates 9 HOLE RATES: 2004 2005 Junior $10.00 $12.00 Weekend/Holiday* $25.00 $28.00 Weekday $18.00 $20.00 Family Night - Sunday After 6 pm** $10.00 $15.00 18 HOLE RATES: Junior $20.00 $22.00 Weekend/Holiday* $35.00 $38.00 Weekday $29.00 $32.00 SPECIAL RATES: Unlimited Weekend After 2 pm $30.00 $32.00 Twilight Weekend After 5 pm $26.00 $28.00 League Play with Discount $12.00 $15.00 Unlimited Weekday After 2pm $25.00 $26.00 Twilight Weekday After 5pm $20.00 $22.00 PASSES: SEASON $525.00 $600.00 MONDAY - THURSDAY $400.00 $450.00 COLLEGE STUDENT UNDER 25 $190.00 $195.00 JUNIOR (18 AND UNDER) $75.00 $80.00 OTHER RATES: Trail fee --season $225.00 $300.00 Trail fee --day $25.00 $30.00 Locker rental --season $35.00 $38.00 MEMO: From: Dan Pi!lard, CGCS, CA Director of Golf Operations To: GCAC Members, Management Committee Members and Staff Members RE: 2005 McCALL GOLF COURSE RATES Attached are: • Historical Revenue • Historical Rounds • Season Pass Analysis • Rates Analysis • 2004 Rounds • 2004 Rates Notes: a majority of the 18-hole rounds were lumped together to include discounts, weekends and weekdays. Given that, I created a formula to calculate an estimate of revenue by averaging the rates then applying a multiplier. Many rounds were discounted, ADD 9 is discounted 9-half rounds at $10. In the season pass analysis, the discount pass option is $199, with 1/2 off green fees, using the same volumes received in 2002 when the $99 pass was offered. Season Pass Analysis has 4 scenario's 1. Leaving everything the same as last year 2. Slight increase 3. Full Increase 4. Full increase with a discount pass option and 1/2 off green fees Rate Analysis has increases are across the board Please email or bring opinions/ideas to the next GCAC Meeting on 1/12/05, 5:30 PM at the GC Clubhouse. The rate structure has to be set by Thursday, January 20th in order to meet the deadline for the January 27th City Council Meeting. Note: a public hearing process may be required as well as a new green fee resolution. All information is compiled from information received from the pro shop computer system, not from the city or city auditors McCall Golf Course Historical Revenue Year Gr Fees Tourney Passes Tr.Fees Locker Total 1992 230,466 98,410 11,892 880 341,648 1993 217,407 94,295 11,385 880 323,967 1994 244,253 8,320 120,290 12,106 1,260 386,229 1995 228,647 8,255 107,135 10,444 1,660 356,141 1996 254,145 8,190 103,205 12,208 1,660 379,408 1997 276,849 8,300 107,545 14,290 1,660 408,644 1998 297,233 14,670 109,700 15,014 1,950 438,567 1999 338,165 15,020 114,765 13,693 2,070 483,713 2000 323,395 15,290 138,435 14,086 1,950 493,156 2001 365,944 22,100 142,250 16,311 2,610 549,215 2002 363,051 29,060 126,411 15,015 1,590 535,127 2003 286,113 24,302 106,055 16,160 1,290 433,920 2004 331,181 25,687 133,975 18,475 1,190 510,508 Averages 288,988 16,290 115,577 13,929 1,588 433,865 McCall Golf Course Historical Rounds Year 18 holes 9 holes twilight pass tourney total 1992 12,191 3,650 16,280 3,944 36,065 1993 11,513 3,239 13,910 3,698 32,360 1994 10,335 3,401 14,405 3,878 32,019 1995 9,758 2,562 10,933 4,178 27,431 1996 9,671 4,465 11,817 3,986 29,939 1997 8,652 4,214 10,409 3,090 26,365 1998 8,460 3,760 1,978 11,190 3,888 29,276 1999 9,556 6,215 533 12,198 3,972 32,474 2000 9,156 4,863 2,482 13,824 4,090 34,415 2001 9,755 4,290 2,864 12,694 4,177 33,780 2002 8,876 4,798 2,718 8,086 2,906 27,384 2003 7,782 5,399 70 7,256 2,576 23,083 2004 7,689 4,898 111 6,986 2,724 22,408 Averages: 9,492 4,289 1,537 11,538 3,624 29,769 Golf Course Season Pass Analysis 1999-2004 Total Pass Sales FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 Est 2005-1 Est 2005-2 Est 2005-3 Est 2005-4 Regular 243 277 260 171 233 210 210 210 210 171 1/2 regular 5/1-7/1 2 2 2 2 1/2 regular 8/2-11/1 25 25 25 25 M-Th 21 24 23 19 19 19 19 MDSD 90 98 94 53 College 22 46 24 24 9 22 22 22 22 22 1/2 College 8/1-11/1 1 1 1 1 Junior 7 12 15 17 69 59 59 59 59 59 $99 Discount 266 266 Total 383 457 416 531 311 338 338 338 338 518 Total Pass Revenue Regular S97,200 $114,955 $117,000 $85,500 $100,340 $110,250 $110,250 $118,860 $126,000 $102,600 1/2 regular 5/1-7/1 $550 $550 $566 $600 1/2 regular 8/2-11/1 $6,875 $6,875 $7,075 $7,500 M-Th $6,300 $7,200 $7,820 $7,600 $7,600 $8,075 $8,550 MDSD $6,750 $7,350 $7,990 $4,770 College $3,410 $7,130 $4,128 $4,200 $1,575 $4,180 $4,180 $4,290 $4,290 $4,290 1/2 College 8/1-11/1 $95 $95 $97 $97 Junior $1,050 $1,800 $2,400 $2,890 $4,140 $4,425 $4,425 $4,720 $4,720 $4,720 $99 Discount $26,334 52934 $, $99 Disct Inc! Rounds $29,007 $31,88989 Totals $114,710 $138,435 $139,338 $152,701 $106,055 $133,976 $133,975 $143,683 $151,757 $196,433 Total Pass Cost Regular $400 $415 $450 $500 $450 $525 $525 $566 $600 $600 1/2 regular 5/1-7/1 $275 $275 $283 $300 $300 1/2 regular 8/2-11/1 $275 $275 $283 $300 $300 M-Th $300 $300 $340 $400 $400 $425 $450 MDSD $75 $75 $85 $90 College $155 $155 $172 $175 $175 $190 $190 $195 $195 $195 Junior $150 $150 $160 $170 $60 $75 $75 $80 $80 $80 $99 Discount $99 $199 $99 Discount Inc! Rounds 50 percent 50 percent Golf course Rate Analysis 2O04-2OO5 9HOLE RATES: 2004 Quantity 2004Tmta| 2086est Quantity 2005Tmta| Junior $10.00 489 $4063 $1200 489 $5888 VVeekend/Hu|iday° $25.00 181 $4''283 $28�0O 1U� �5`UG8 Weekday �18OO � � $20.00 ' Average Weekend +Weekday $21.50 high rate + low mbo/2x.98o1o7o7441= factor xqty 3859 $81.321 $24.00 3.859 %90776 Family Night ' Sunday After Gpno $10�OO $150O ' Add $10.00 280 $2.888 G12�0O 289 Q3.468 1OHOLE RATES: Junior $20.00 244 $4,855 $22.00 244 $5`368 yyee�e8d/HoUday° $35.00 452 $15.201 $38.00 452 $17'176 Weekday yyeek --' �2Q .00 $32.00 Average Weekend +Weekday $32.00 high rate +low mte12x.y5omyosnzo= factor xqty 6887 $211.548 $35.00 6.887 $231'378 SPECIAL RATES: Unlimited Weekend After 2poo $30.00 64 $1 OD3 ` $3200 64 $2046 Twilight Weekend /�er5|no $26.00 38 `980 $28�UU 38 $1'OG4 LeoquePlay m/ithDiscount ¢12.00 DU `QOO $1S�OO 80 $1'2OO Un|innitedVVeokdoy/Uter2pm G25.00 34 -850 $2O�OO 34 "884 Twilight VVeekdoyAfter 5pm $20.00 73 $460 $22�OU 73 � $1,606 PASSES: Season $525.00 210 $110250 $GOUOU 171 $102800 1/2��e000nPass G275.00 27 $7''425 $3OO�OO ' Monday -Thursday $400.00 19 $7600 $45O�OU (�u|laqeStudent Under 25 $190.00 22 $4'18O ' �l85�OO 22 �42QO l/2(�nl|eqeStudent Pass � $05OO 1 $85 � ' Junior (18and under) $75.00 59 $4425 ' �000O 5S �472U Discount (1/2of[[�nae8Feeo\ ' � �1Qg�OO 2GO ' �52.S34 Discount Pass Rounds $71.55 2.761 $31.889 OTHER RATES: Trail fee -season $225.00 80 $1775O ' �2750O 8O �2�OOU Trail fee -day � $2500 32 -- �725 � D3000 52 ^ �9GD Locker rent | rental --season �350O 34 $1 180 � 38O� �1U�OU -- ~""" �1'2Q2 Tournament (city) � $1O�O0 2724 . -- `^~'~~' G25'887 � U '"�" 2734 �'' 24 �2724O ��ennber1O 8 $105 ' Totals $510.508 $613,837 20.2%|nc,*ooe ` 2004 Rounds 9 HOLE RATES: Quantity Junior 489 Weekend/Holiday 181 Weekday Average Weekend + Weekday 3,859 Family Night - Sunday After 6 pm Add 9 289 18 HOLE RATES: Junior 244 Weekend/Holiday 452 Weekday Average Weekend + Weekday 6,887 SPECIAL RATES: Unlimited Weekend After 2 pm 64 Twilight Weekend After 5 pm 38 League Play with Discount 80 Unlimited Weekday After 2pm 34 Twilight Weekday After 5pm 73 PASSES: Season 6,573 1/2 Season Pass Monday -Thursday 354 College Student Under 25 1/2 College Student Pass Junior (18 and under) 59 Discount (1/2 off Green Fees) Discount Pass Rounds OTHER RATES: Trail fee --season Trail fee --day Locker rental --season Tournament (city) 2,724 Member 18 8 Totals 22,408 * $510,508/$22,408 = $22.78/Round 9 HOLE RATES: 2004 2004 Total Junior $10.00 489 $4,863.00 Weekend/Holiday* $25.00 181 $4,262.50 Weekday $18.00 Average Weekend + Weekday $21.50 high rate + low rate/2 x .98013767441 = factor xgty 3859 $81,320.55 Family Night - Sunday After 6 pm** $10.00 Add 9 $10.00 289 $2,888.00 18 HOLE RATES: Junior $20.00 244 $4,854.72 Weekend/Holiday* $35.00 452 $15,200.50 Weekday $29.00 Average Weekend + Weekday $32.00 high rate + low rate/2 x .9598965625 = factor xgty 6887 $211,545.85 SPECIAL RATES: Unlimited Weekend After 2 pm $30.00 64 $1,883.00 Twilight Weekend After 5 pm $26.00 38 $988.00 League Play with Discount $12.00 80 $960.00 Unlimited Weekday After 2pm $25.00 34 $850.00 Twilight Weekday After 5pm $20.00 73 $1,460.00 PASSES: SEASON $525.00 210 $110,250.00 1/2 SEASON PASS $275.00 27 $7,425.00 MONDAY-TIR RSDAY $400.00 19 $7,600.00 COLLEGE STUDENT UNDER 25 $190.00 22 $4,180.00 1/2 COLLEGE STUDENT PASS $95.00 1 $95.00 JUNIOR (18 AND UNDER) $75.00 59 $4,425.00 OTHER RATES: Trail fee --season $225.00 80 $17,750.00 Trail fee --day $25.00 32 $725.00 Locker rental -season $35.00 34 $1,190.00 Tournament (city) $10.00 2,724 $25,687.32 Member 18 8 $105.00 Total 2004 $510,508.44 Revised 11/13/96 as approved by City Council MISSION STATEMENT GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE PURPOSE: The Golf Course Advisory Committee is established to advise and make recommendations to the McCall City Council on matters pertaining to the operation and maintenance of the McCall Municipal Golf Course. DUTIES: THE COMMITTEE SHALL: 1. At least annually, review the fee schedule for golf activities and make recommendations to the City Council for each year's fees not later than January 10 of each year; 2. At least an annual review of the golf course marketing plan, prepared by the Golf Course Pro; for the subsequent year and make a recommendation on that plan to the City Council; 3. At least annually, review the Golf Course Rules and Regulations and make recommendations to the City Council should changes be necessary in the rules; 4. Review and make proposals for the development of physical facilities, major course alterations, and other permanent improvements to the Golf Course; 5. Shall review prior to Council consideration, the Golf Course Superintendent's annual budget request and annual work plan and make recommendations to the City Council for changes, additions or deletions; 6. Review the Golf Pro contract provisions and such other policy advisory tasks as may be deemed appropriate by the City Manager and City Council. STAFF: The Golf Course Superintendent shall serve as the staff to this committee. He will prepare committee minutes and have those minutes signed and entered in the City Council agenda in a timely fashion. Only following City Council action, will the City Manager authorize execution of committee recommendations. Staff shall assume responsibility for notifications and reminders of meetings and assisting the committee by undertaking research providing information and corresponding as necessary to develop the best possible recommendation for the City Council. MEETINGS TIMES/PLACES ETC.: The Committee shall meet not less than once a month, in a regular fashion on a specified day, time and place. Such day, time and place shall be recorded on the City calendar and otherwise published. CONDUCT OF MEETINGS: All meetings shall be open to the public and meetings shall not be held in any place to which the public is denied access. OFFICERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS: The Committee shall elect among themselves in March of each year, a Chairman and Vice Chairman. TERMS OF OFFICE: 7. The Committee shall consist of six (6) members. Appointments to the Committee shall be made by the Mayor with the concurrence and approval of the City Council and removed in the same manner. 2. MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEE, TERMS OF OFFICE The Golf Course Advisory Committee shall consist of six (6) members as follows: a. Two members representing the men's and women's Golf Associations respectively. Each Association shall select, elect or appoint an individual for nomination and convey that name in writing to the Mayor for submittal to City Council. Each Association will define the term for which their representative is to be appointed to the Committee. b. Three members at large: That these members be residents but not be limited to the City Limits of McCall; Requirements be year around residency and one of the following; Season or Life Time Pass Holder and or have an established I.G.A. Handicap at the McCall Golf Course. c. One designated representative from Spring Mountain Ranch by agreement with the City of McCall.