We have five outstanding committees at Shadow Hills Country
Club. They are the House/Social Committee, Finance Committee,
Greens Committee, Membership Committee, Golf Committee.
We appreciate our committees and all the work that they do
to enhance ourclub.
Dave Shelton, Chair
Consult with the General Manager on a periodic basis, or as
needed, on maintenance plans for the Clubhouse, pro shop and
the timely preparation of an annual calendar of proposed
golf and social events to be presented to the Board for
social events and holiday parties for club members and their
the Clubhouse for holidays.
the condition of the facilities and recommend actions to
Larry Welch, Chair
The finance committee meets once a month prior to the monthly
Board Meeting. The duties and activities of the finance committee
each monthly financial statement and provide a summary for
the Board on all financial matters pertaining to the Club.
the accounting and auditing services required by the Club
and recommend them to the Board.
the timely preparation and review of an annual budget for
presentation to the Board at its regular December meeting.
Bill Kottas, Chair
The Greens Committee has the responsibility and the privilege
of maintaining and nurturing the golf course property. Given
the long-term nature of this process and the basic knowledge
needed to be effective, members are requested to make more than
an annual commitment to the committee. A well-aligned committee
would represent a variation in handicap, gender and age. Committee
members should be well respected within the club and approachable.
They must be able to act on behalf of the entire membership.
The Committee meets once a month during March through October
and during the winter as necessary.
issues the green committee addresses through regular meetings
with the General Manager and Golf Course Superintendent are
long-range plans for the golf course including identifying
components that need improvement.
and monitor seasonal and monthly maintenance plans and procedure.
changes to the golf course, particularly those that affect
the course playability.
suggestions and resolve complaints from Club members regarding
the playing condition of the course.
of Club memberís course expectations with the available resources
for the maintenance program.
Jeff Curran, Chair
The Membership Committee meets once a month.
- The Membership
Committee gives guidance in gaining new members and maintaining
appropriate membership levels.
are focused on member satisfaction and member retention.
Jim Creech, Chair
consultation on the operation of the Pro Shop, especially
with respect to: Services provided for members, enforcement
of rules on the golf course, playing fees and charges for
guests, and considerations affecting speed of play.
guidelines and rules governing the keeping and use of private
power golf carts and recommend needed changes to the Board.
and if needed suggest changes to the golf course rules to
golf handicap procedures and records used to establish handicaps
for members of the Club.
and discuss member input regarding all aspects of club-sponsored
tournaments, and consult with tournament chairpersons and/or
the Board regarding any changes proposed by the Committee.