Advisory Board Information
The Greenwood Hills Member Advisory Board consists of members that volunteer to meet on a monthly basis and help work with the ownership and management of GHCC to set policy and weigh in on matters that affect the membership of GHCC.
Below are your 2017 GHCC Member Advisory Board and their contact information.
John Knoll, President
Most recent Advisory Board Meeting Minutes
Greenwood Hills Advisory Board Meeting Minutes
Present: John Knoll, Sharon Hardy, Katreen Abendroth, Scott Sann
Meeting called to order at 5:00pm
From the Greens Committee on course conditions: the course is doing well despite all the rain. The bunkers are edged, weed eating completed this week, hole #1 cart path by green fixed today, and next is cart path string trimming. Dick Kirschner reviewed hole #9 and will consult with fellow engineers on possible fixes and solutions. Feedback from the membership requested as to why the addition of adding the Silver Tee Boxes was brought up – the main reasons were to spread out tee wear and create more even total course yardages between tee box colors (about 400 yards difference between each color).
Member Guest update: only 4 teams signed up so far. The goal was to have a full field of 24 teams. Staff to continue to push registration, as deadline is coming up.
Was brought to the board that some members would like to see more effort and awareness by staff to have people sit in Knickers Lounge vs. Mulligans for a different atmosphere. As brought up from this past winter’s discussion, staff are to ask on the phone for reservations at Knickers as well as Mulligans. Scott and Dean to work with the staff at retraining.
Annual Membership Meeting
Scheduled for October 2nd. Discussion between board members as to how to format the meeting to provide a good structure; to be discussed at next meeting.
Currently waiting on a few pieces yet to arrive to install, then will have a soft opening. If a trainer wants to run a program or class, they need to be a Social Member at a minimum. If a member wishes to bring in their own personal trainer, the guest/trainer will have the same limitations as golfers, that of 5 visits per year.
Indoor simulator is on hold, as the focus is on completing the fitness center first. Briefly discussed the pickle ball courts; however, no action for the foreseeable future is scheduled. In Mulligans, staff have begun using table tents during mass order times, which helps when added/coupled with a dedicated food runner. So far, this has helped alleviate some of the waiting time and provided quicker service.
The advisory board wishes to dedicate and allocate Capital Improvement funds towards the Chardonnay Deck, instead of towards a pickle ball court or other miscellaneous projects. The advisory board felt that, due to recent events, more effort should be placed on completing the Chardonnay Deck, a “patio” area dedicated to Sarah Quirt-Sann and others who have left us too soon. There have been some soft commitments from groups and employers to assist and/or donate labor and materials. Rough mock-ups and pricing was discussed, but a future meeting between John Knoll, Scott Sann, and Jim Wanserski will be set to further discuss.
May & June 2017 rounds are down 26% vs. May & June 2016.
Meeting adjourned at 6:15pm.
Minutes submitted by John Knoll