Fundraising to make critical repairs to the cart paths

We are launching a fundraising drive to make critical repairs to the paths in time for the 2024 season.

What are we looking to complete

To date, over $5 million has been invested in the golf course, and over $7 million invested in the clubhouse rebuild. Our club has overcome a brutal pandemic, major supply chain issues, and a severe lack of insurance funds. However, we still have more work to do. We are rolling out this program, and with your help, we can make critical repairs to the cart paths. At the Annual Board of Directors meeting on August 25, 2023, an announcement was made; A private donor would match 100% of all donations made to pave the most at-riskcart paths and accessibility roads..

Critical areas in need of repair

During this summer of heavy rains, many of the cart paths washed-out. The condition of the cart paths has resulted in costly maintenance, and a significant loss of income, while preventing those who are unable to walk from playing the course.

We Need Your Help

Shareholders & club permit holders

We are asking that each of us contribute $500 a year, for the next 3 years, specifically for the cart path project. If each of us contributes a total of $1,500, combining it with the matching donors’ funds, we will have the funds necessary to complete this critically important project.

We respectfully request that donations be made by October 31, 2023, so we can get this project rolling and completed prior to next season.

We can do this together

For those contributing $1,500 (or more) by October 31, 2023, you will be given 4 cart passes for 18 holes and 2 guest passes for a greens fee credit at our course.

Please be generous, as this project is critical to the long-term viability of our golf course!

With Sincere Gratitude,

Tim Malaney, TGC Shareholder & Permit Holder
Doug Ross, TGC Shareholder & Permit Holder
Tracy Smith, TGC Shareholder, Permit Holder, and Board Member
Scott Hearburg, TGC Shareholder, Permit Holder, and Board Member
Jay Shattuck, TGC Shareholder, Permit Holder, and Board Member
George Mackey, TGC Golf Pro
Mike Stitt, TGC Course Superintendent