Nov. 21, 2022
Pine Oaks Golf Course sees increase in total revenues
In a recent presentation to the City’s Park and Recreation Advisory Board, Golf Manager Bryan Bentley provided an update on current projects, maintenance goals and revenues for Pine Oaks Golf Course.
Operated through Johnson City’s Parks and Recreation Department, Pine Oaks Golf Course has seen steady growth in recent years with the number of rounds played and total revenues increasing annually.
“Bryan Bentley and his staff have made significant advancements at the golf course since he joined us as the manager and golf professional in 2019,” said Assistant City Manager Charlie Stahl. “Bryan has worked closely with the Golf Advisory Board and has been instrumental in developing relationships within the golfing community to increase the quality and variety of offerings at Pine Oaks.”
In 2022, Pine Oaks Golf Course saw a 4 percent increase of the number of rounds of golf played. Total revenues, which include green fees, cart fees, memberships, club repair, tournament fees, handicap fees, gift certificates, cart storage, lesson fees, range fees and merchandise sales saw a 9 percent increase for a total of $742,962. When looking at total revenues for Fiscal Year 2023, Pine Oaks has brought in $310,622, an increase of $3,974 over Fiscal Year 2022.
Bentley noted in his presentation the golf course hosted 29 events in 2022. Recent maintenance completed includes greens aerification, over-seeding of fairways and tees with ryegrass, and fall fertilization programs. The winter months will see employees continue with bunker reconstructions, drainage work and tree work