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GAC Minutes 12/11GOLF COURSE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES December 11th, 2002 Attending: Todd McKenna Bob Giles Dad McKim Lynn Edwards-Swanson Dan Pillard Roger Snodgrass Marc Rhoades Minutes: It was moved and seconded, passed unanimously to approve the minutes of the November 13th meeting as written. Public Requests or Comments: None Staff Report: Dan Pillard reported several applications were considered for the golf professional position. The requirements were to be an Idaho Resident, the ability to manage the food and beverage operation and to work with a combined golf/restaurant contract and to provide financing for the buy-out of the previous contractor. New Business: Committee discussed several options for the 2003 season rate structure. Included in those options were a new resident rate, lower season pass rates, a discounted pass rate if purchased before April 1st, and an incentive to promote group discounts. (See the Attachment for the proposed rate structure). Old Business: Submitted By: Todd McKenna, Chairman 2003 RATE PROPOSAL · Operate under regular 2002 greens fee rate schedule and locker fee for 2003 season. · Raise trail fee to $200 from $195. · Lower regular, college, and junior season passes to 2001 rates. · Eliminate discount pass. · Add a resident rate* for individuals whom have their residency in Valley or Adams County (Players must show driver's license or state issued ID.) This rate will decrease the regular rates by $2 per nine holes. · Add resident season pass. · Add discount for purchases of regular and resident season passes if purchased prior to April 1, 2003. · Add regular greens fee rates for juniors. * The objective of the introduction of a resident rate has many facets. A resident rate will create loyalty and a sense of ownership with the residents of Valley and Adams Counties. A resident rate creates a unique marketing opportunity to McCall G.C. versus other golf courses in our area. The city will have a dual avenue for future rate adjustment as we move more into a destination resort community. More golf courses will b~ coming on-line in the near future and a resident rate will add to competitiveness for the local market share. GREENS FEE 9 hole M-TH 18 hole M-TH 18 hole after 2pm M-TH Twilight after 6pm SU-TH Junior 9 hole M-TH Junior 18 hole M-TH 9 hole F-SU / Holidays 18 hole F-SU / Holidays 18 hole after 2pm F-SU / Holidays Junior 9 hole F-SU / Holidays Junior 18 hole F-SU / Holidays REG. RATE ($) RESIDENT RATE ($) 16.00 14.00 28.00 24.00 20.00 16.00 11.00 9.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 18.00 32.00 28.00 26.00 22.00 14.00 20.00 SEASON PASSES Regular - If purchased before prior to 4/1/03 College ~tudent (Age 19 to 25) Junior (Age 18 & Under) $450.00 425.00 425.00 400.00 165.00 150.00 80.00 PERSONAL CARTS (Trail Fees) Seasonal 18 Hole 9 Hole $200.00 14.00 8.00 Locker rental (season) $30.00 DISCOUNTS Recommend the City Council allow the Professional be given authority to discount green fees for large groups wanting to book outings at the McCall Golf Course under the following restrictions: Groups of 12 to 24 people: Up to 10% discount Groups of 25 and over: Up to 15% discount An additional 5% discount may be added to any of these groups scheduling meal with the outing. Allow the Professional to promote play during the shoulder seasons by offering a discount of the greens fees up to 50%. o Shoulder season would be considered: Start of season through June 15th September 15th through end of season