MacCurrach Golf Construction Co, Inc. E-mails and Jpegs/Pictures Below:
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Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 4:28 PM
Subject: RE: Palm Coast Golf Course, a.k.a. Palm Harbor Golf Course
Thank you for your e-mail.
I can tell you that it is very exciting for us to see such excitement within the community for this project. I watched
the city council meeting in which our contract was approved live on the internet, and very much enjoyed the rousing round
of applause by the “friends of golf” at the end. I presume you are from that same group.
We have just started work at Palm
Harbor. We will be constructing the golf course, another contractor
is scheduled to install the cart paths, and yet another to plant the grass. We are not designing the golf course.
George Clifton, of Clifton, Ezell, & Clifton Design Group
is providing the design. They are out of Deland and have done most, if not all of the work at the Villages. We
will not have anything to do with the clubhouse.
We will get the project up on
the website within a few days. Thanks for the pics, we will use some of them to get going. Once some project pictures
are available, we will get them up too. – Since there is such local interest, we will probably key another project pictures
page for this project.
On a safety note, please pass
the word that although the temptation is there, it’s necessary that passerby’s stay off the construction site,
and observe the improvements from the property edges. I’m sure you can all appreciate the need for safety.
As far as Matanzas Woods, I had
looked at that course last year, but have not heard anything lately about it.
When we are all done, we can certainly
hoist a toast together to the restored course.
feel free to contact me with any questions.
Golf Construction, Inc.
3501 Faye Rd.
Jacksonville, FL 32226
Updates from MacCurrach Golf: December 2008.
Thank you MacCurrach Golf.
Projects Under Construction
Palm Harbor Golf Course, Palm Coast, FL
Crews from MGC have begun the renovation that will bring the old Palm Harbor Golf Course back to life. With tremendous
community support, the City of Palm Coast has hire George Clifton of Clifton, Ezell, and Clifton along with MacCurrach golf
to bring back one of Palm Coast's first golf courses. Palm Harbor has sat fallow for about four years. Andy Alcorn leads the
MGC crew, Frank Arsenault will lead the irrigaiton crew. Work is scheduled to be completed in the spring.