Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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August 29, 2012

FUNd Tournament upgrades facilities

(Continued)

CROSSVILLE —

2012 FUNd Project list

Developed by Golf and FUNd Tournament Committees. Financed with FUNd Tournament Contributions

Continuation of Bermuda grass project (sand and seed) — Completed

Cart path repair — 450 linear feet (paving and cold mix) — Completed

Men’s locker room renovation — Completed

Replace commode in women’s locker room — Completed

Refurbish restrooms on golf course (#5 and #15)

Install privacy fence around dumpster area behind 19th hole

LTVPOA sound system contribution — Completed

Construct a canopy over 19th hole patio (15 x 20) — Completed

Replace driving range mats

Tourney donations - 4th of July, Exchange Club, Salvation Army — Completed

Construct a new 5,000 sq. ft. putting green

Tree/shrubs planting (flowering species scheduled fall of 2012)

Relocate Lake Tansi golf course sign to corner of Dunbar and Cravens Dr. — Completed

The cost to implement these projects will be approximately $25,000.

If you would like to contribute toward these and or future projects, fill out a contribution form, located in the Pro Shop, and be part of improving Tansi’s golf course, 

Golf Committee members are  Sheridan Miszklevitz, Bill Matherly, Danny Plumlee, Sheila Davenport, Todd Mathews, Matt Phipps, Gary Barrett and Frank Thierry.

FUNd Tournament Committee members are Frank Thierry, Matt Phipps, Joyce Ferry, Sheridan Miszklevitz and Chuck Sullins.

nities to run specials. 

Revenue is up $43,000 YTD through June over last year. (Matt Phipps)

Matt has started evaluating hole handicap ratings for the course using a process developed by the USGA. He will need the leagues to provide him with members’ scorecards. This will be a long process, but with the input from our members will ensure accurate information that will result in the appropriate handicap assignments.

Rocky Top 10 Theater has filmed and produced a commercial of Lake Tansi Golf Course. Matt did the voice over, and the commercial is shown prior to each headline movie. This is just another program Matt has put in place to give us more exposure, thus resulting in more play. More play, more

revenue.

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