2017 Capital Project Recap

IMG 0031 1 article imageFull Gallery BelowTen percent of every green fee on each of the City of Long Beach golf courses goes into a Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Fund to allow continual reinvestment into our municipal golf courses, which are a true asset of the City. In 2017, just a little under $1,100,000 was deposited into the CIP Fund, with $438,000 of that being used for the annual payments on the Bond that was created to fund the rebuilding of Skylinks GC in 2004. Attached are some pictures from some of the projects completed in 2017.

Items currently planned for 2018 include:

El Dorado

  • Repairs to roofs in the Restaurant, Clubhouse and Maintenance Building
  • Repairs to damaged cart paths
  • Health Department-mandated replacement of the roll-up doors outside the on-course snack bar
  • Continued removal of dead, dying or otherwise dangerous trees and as-needed planting of new trees to enhance the architectural integrity of certain holes

 

Rec Park 18

  • Rebuilding of the 8th and 15th tee boxes
    Patching and repainting of the Clubhouse trim
    Continued removal of dead, dying or otherwise dangerous trees and as-needed planting of new trees to enhance the architectural integrity of certain holes

 

Rec Park 9-hole

  • Enlargement of the 12t green and possibly the 8th green
  • New carpeting and/or tile throughout the Golf Shop, Clubhouse and Café and

 

Skylinks

  • Rebuilding the 7th and 11th tee boxes
  • Rebuilding the practice bunker
  • Create a cart turn out by the 18th green and shoe cleaning area by the Cart Return Area
  • Turn the existing planter outside the Banquet room into a patio/bar area

 

Heartwell

  • Enlargement of the 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th greens to their original size
  • Sealing of two large and potentially unstable windows in the east side of the golf shop
  • Electrical repairs in the Kitchen and a new cooler for keg beer
  • Continued removal of dead, dying or otherwise dangerous trees and as-needed planting of new trees to enhance the architectural integrity of certain holes

 

2017 Project Photo Gallery