Sun City Golf News
On May 5 your board members met.
Schedule was revised and a New member was appointed.
Dick Gluch will be the tournament Chair with John Marslender Co-Chair
The Rorick Corner
Many of us would like to see overseeding returned to the Palm Valley golf course. If you are one of those please send Mitzi Mills an email at MitziM@SunCityLV .Com, voicing your concerns. She and Iare attempting to get it added to the Fiscal 2021 Budget which means if approved funds could be available to do so this fall. But we need to get it into the budget. Due to the loss of revenue we have experienced, we as a community may have to forego some requests next year. But as stated above,if we don't get it into the budget for consideration, it won't happen.
Some suggested bullet points to suggest to Mitzi are the following: Improved property values for those living on the Palm Valley Golf Course Improved playability
Improved Marketing for our Community and Golf
Highland Falls was recently voted the best public course in the valley
Lets make it our charter to make Palm Valley ranked the second best course in the valley What a statement if we had both one and two
This will drive rounds played, and revenue for both Golf and Food and Beverage
It will attract more Sapphire members- currently we are at a competitive disadvantage against Angel Park as many current Sapphire members have told me they will be leaving if Palm Valley does not return to excellent condition. Angel Park has two courses to offer and in the winter months many feel that we only have one course to offer.
Please get these to Mitzi by end of day May 6, 2020 if possible. We want her to have some support she can bring in.
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