ADVISORY BOARD HIGHLIGHTS
June 15, 2017
• DBGCC was thanked for their support of the Save the Delta Charity Golf Tournament, especially Mark, Jenelle, and Jon.
• The wet area by the #16 teeing ground is on the list of things to be attended to.
• It was suggested that the cart path areas on No. 5 and 6 that have raised have a red stripe to alert people before they hit them with their golf carts.
• Concern was raised about smokers outside the designated smoking area.
• With the expected high temperatures in the 100’s next week, there will be a lot of sprinklers and soaker hoses running. The turf is healthy so the course should be okay.
• There is a tree by No. 12 teeing ground that is leaning so that it almost blocks the foot traffic walk path. It will be removed on Monday.
• Now that the Main Gate is completed, there are plans to redo the irrigation on No. 4 and plant grass. Cobble will be used in the point area.
• There are 72 people signed up for the prime rib dinner, 90 for the July Jumble, Beatles dinner is sold out but there is space available for the concert, 30 people are signed up for the Family Feud it would be desirable to double that number. There have been a couple of weddings held at the club.
• July 4th is Member Appreciation Day. There will be a DJ. Hamburgers, hot dogs, and complimentary beverages will be available from 12 noon – 3 P.M.
• There are new items added to the menu that is coming out soon.
• Stockton has a small cannon that indicates the start of a shotgun. Jon will investigate.
• Oakdale has tee marker plaques donated by outside companies as sponsors.
• The seats on the golf carts are being repaired with new vinyl the same as what is currently on the carts.
• Monster pin day is Saturday. This is a fun day. Players will be notified that it is not a postable round as some pin placements are not legal.
• The 2nd Sunset Golf is July 20. Information will be posted tomorrow.
• The food at the recent Men’s Tournament was excellent.
• There are several new curbs in place. The No. 15 teeing ground by the restrooms is in need of curbs.
• The sloping area on the practice green that allows balls to run onto the cart path will be checked to see if the rough can be modified to alleviate the problem.
• The recent PXG demo day was a success.
• Some golf cart batteries are being replaced. Batteries usually last around 5 years.
• A lot of people are on the trail membership plan. It is hoped that many will become members.
• The club will be providing the Main Gate with a guest list for every event.