Thomson Perrett Golf Course Architects

The linked PDF File in this post is a brochure for Thomson Perrett Golf Course Architects. Thomson Perrett is the golf course design team assigned to the Greens Beach Golf Club Development. This brochure is worth a read as it gives a greater understanding of what this company has produced in the past, and also what quality Thomson Perrett can offer to the Greens Beach Golf Club for the proposed development. Thomson Perrett Golf Course Architects Brochure- TP-Brochure A4 low res...

Members Questions – Development

Hello to all members, To try and satisfy some doubts, concerns or maybe any misunderstandings regarding the proposed development I have prepared the following and hope that it will assist with answering some of your questions: Q. Who will own the new golf course? A. The members of the GBGC as they do now Q. Will the new clubhouse and its catering area be run by the GBGC? A. The clubhouse and associated facilities will be owned and run by the golf club unless the Committee choose to let the kitchen area out to outside caterers for example Q. Will I still be able to play my golf as I have been accustomed? A. You certainly will. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday will have tee times reserved for our members for the usual comps. The big advantage of an 18 hole layout is that you can start on either the 1st or the 10th tee. Please keep in mind the Greens Beach Golf Club is a private club and will remain so! Q. How big will the proposed sewerage treatment plant be, and where will it be located? A. The wastewater plant is only to service the new development and will have a footprint of approx. 10 metres by 20 metres so will be relatively small. The plant will be above ground and will be protected from view by tree plantings etc. Final location of the plant will be negotiated by Taswater and the Golf Club during the detailed design phase. Eventual ownership and responsibility for all aspects of running the plant will be handed to Taswater. Details of...