Golf Advisory Committee
The Golf Advisory Committee was established in June 1978 to provide guidance and operational assistance to the Parks and Recreation Department and Parks and Recreation Commission in the provision of golf course matters. As such, it provides a vehicle for community input and assists in the mobilization of area resources to help meet the golfing interests and needs of the community.
The Advisory Committee performs a variety of guidance and support functions. The scope of such involvement will include, but not be limited to the following:
- Provide direction and assistance toward the achievement of program results.
- Contribute fundraising assistance to develop and sustain program operations.
- Assist in the promulgation and interpretation of golf course programs and services to the community.
- Serve as a channel for community feedback and input towards the improvement of the course and concession operations.
The Advisory Committee is established by and responsible to the Parks and Recreation Commission. The Committee is responsible for working in concert with professional staff to facilitate the provision of quality services and serve as an available resource to the Parks and Recreation Commission for advice and counsel.
The Committee has no formal authority per se to dictate, authorize, or utilize City resources, personnel, or facilities. The Parks and Recreation Director shall assign professional staff to act as a liaison between the Parks and Recreation Department and the Advisory Committee.
The Committee shall be composed of seven (voting) responsible individuals who represent three (3) At-Large Members, one (1) Representative of the Men’s Club, one (1) Representative of the Women’s Club, one (1) Representative of the Executive Women’s Club, and one (1) Representative of Los Paisaños.
Length of Term
Appointments are made by the Parks and Recreation Commission upon completion of the recruitment/interview process. Members serve two-year terms as designated at appointment. Appointments expire in December.
The Advisory Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month. Special meetings are held as necessary. Advisory Committee meetings shall comply with the Brown Act.
The time commitment is approximately 24 - 35 hours per year for meetings and related activities
Financial Disclosure Requirement
None - Committee acts in an advisory capacity only.
Parks and Recreation Department (805) 897-1913
Players' Improvement Fund Subcommittee