The first year of operations of the new Fredrick Peak Golf Club has come to an end. The course closed for the season yesterday and there will be no winter golfing allowed. About fifty people showed up Sunday for burgers served by staff and members of the golf board.
There were over 7,600 total rounds of golf played in the first season with 4,100 played by non members of the club. The course will end the first year with a $44,000 profit.
Superintendent Tad Buechle reported that they will top dress the greens and then blow out the irrigation system. In the spring they will start with areating the course and some planting in some areas. It is hoped to begin golf a little earlier in the spring that this year started the first of May.
The golf board would like to thank everyone who helped make this first season very successful.