Member News

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February 2020 Tee Talk

  • Ended 2019 in the black with net income of $9,073 through economizing efforts, sponsorships, increased walk-ons, tournaments and volunteer assistance.
  • Meet Jacobsen, the Club’s new rough mower, purchased for $18,500. The old rough mower was sold for $2,000. Easement payment from an Evergy transmission grid upgrade was welcome relief as the rough mower replacement was “must have” not “nice to have.”
  • Progress toward opening residential building lot sales. 

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January 2020 Tee Talk

  • David Young will manage on a part-time basis the clubhouse and course maintenance to meet the Club’s needs from December through February.
  • The open greenskeeper position will be posted beginning Jan. 1 on free sites for job-postings, the Club’s Facebook and caneygolf.com. Member referrals are welcome.
  • Cutting donuts—not always a good thing. Vandals damage club property, restitution in progress.
  • Efforts continue to make residential lot sales a reality. 

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  • Check the Member News page for course closing dates.
  • Players looking for lost ball must let faster players play through.
  • No outside beverages allowed for non-members.
  • Fishing in ponds restricted to members and their guests.
  • Call 620-879-2055 to reserve/rent a cart. After hours call 620-331-9233.
  • Observe 90 degree rule.
  • Use cart paths where possible.

Special election

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AUTHORIZATION APPROVED IN SPECIAL ELECTION JULY 17, 2019 TO SELL UNDEVELOPED ACREAGE

  

Authorization approved

By a 26-to-5 vote at the July 19 board meeting, members authorized pursuing sales of the club’s undeveloped acreage as 3-acre residential building lots for $19,500 each. 

Next steps include:

· Established a Residential Building Lots Sales & Homeowners Association Development Committee to research and present a concept to the board for HOA covenant and review building lot layouts. Michael Freisberg, Kerry Gorby, Tim Bryan and Frank LaForge are members, with an opening for another general member.

· Established a Strategic Planning Committee to work on a long-range financial spending plan. Initial members are Andy Allen and David Young, with openings for one board and two general members. An initial member survey indicated paying off debt is a top priority,

· Lot location, placement and number will be roughly plotted and mapped after the acreage has been hayed/brush hogged. Surveys will not be conducted until a purchase contract is submitted.

· Members interested in purchasing a lot should contact Criss Davis or Tim Bryan. They can participate in a walkabout to rough measure lot lines. Members will have 30 days after the land is plotted to put in a sales contract. 

For additional information on next steps, meeting discussion, initial road access plans and clarifications, refer to the board meeting minutes posted on the clubhouse bulletin board and on the caneygolf.com/membernews website.

Board meeting minutes archives

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2020-0108-CGCboard minutes (pdf)

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2019-1211-CGCboard minutes (pdf)

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2019-1016-board minutes (pdf)

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2019-0911-board minutes (pdf)

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2019-0814-board minutes (pdf)

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2019-0719-BallotElectionSellResidentialLots (pdf)

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2019-0717-Special Election Board Minutes (pdf)

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2019-0625-NoticeElectionSellResidentialLots (pdf)

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2019-0515-board minutes (pdf)

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2019-0313-board meeting minutes (pdf)

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2019-0213-board meeting minutes (pdf)

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Two/eleven Snack Bar staffing plans

Summer snack bar staffing will combine paid and volunteer personnel. I


f you are willing to work an occasional weekday, please sign up on the calendar posted on the bulletin board. 


Sheri Thompson will work alternating weekends. The search continues for someone 18 or older to staff the alternating weekends. 


Junior staffers who are not allowed to sell beer will include Sami Thompson, Talynn Thornton and Ally Miller. Members can retrieve beer from the cooler and pay for purchases by leaving money in the Snack Bar.

Clubhouse Rental

Clubhouse rental rate for members: $100 includes $50 refundable deposit. Non-member rental rate is $200 and includes $100 refundable deposit. Download, complete and mail Member Clubhouse Rental Agreement or Non-Member Clubhouse Rental Agreement to reserve a date. Amenities include 6-foot conference tables and folding chairs. ​  

Applications and forms downloads

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ClubhouseRental-MemberForm (pdf)

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ClubhouseRental-NonMemberForm (pdf)

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2019-0625-NoticeElectionSellResidential (pdf)

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2019-0719-BallotElectionSellResidentialLots (pdf)

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Tee Talk past issues

2020-Feb-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2020-Jan-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-Nov-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-Oct-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-Sept-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-Aug-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-July-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-June-TeeTalk (pdf)

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2019-April-TeeTalk (pdf)

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