With a fleet of 38 new motorized golf carts in operation, Kimball Golf Club (KGC) opened the season with a strong showing of golfers observing the “have fun playing golf at a distance” during the Covid-19 guidelines defined by the governor.
KGC is a member-owned golf club open for public play at very affordable rates:
Weekday 9 holes with cart – $18; Weekend 9 holes with cart – $22.
Weekday 18 holes with cart – $30; Weekend 18 holes with cart –
Seniors (60+) 18 holes with cart –
$23 Monday-Friday before noon; 18 holes walking – $20.
KGC is operated by a Board of Directors and Officers elected by the members.
Dave Johnson, President; Donna Heairet, Vice President.
Al Mackereth, Treasurer; Duane Finger, Secretary.
Larry Hartel, Pat Brandt, Bob Vossen, and Scott Kunkel.
Newly elected director
Jack Hinz replaced Leo Wirth who has served as a KGC Director for many years.
KGC staff managing the golf club
Sara Stelton, Manager.
Dave Deem, Golf course Super-
Clubhouse staff: Sandi Mackereth, Shelby Seth, Trinity Erickson, and Jake Anderson.
Grounds crew: Chuck Kuechle, Jeff Hilsgen, and James Robinson.
Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots, but you have to play the ball where it lies.” – Bobby Jones (1902-1971), World Golf Hall of Fame.