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Paradise Valley Golf Course

Paradise Valley Golf Course

Paradise Valley Golf Course

3950 Paradise Valley Dr.

3950 Paradise Valley Dr., Fairfield, California 94534, US

http://www.fairfieldgolf.com

jcrow@kempersportsc.om

FACILITY AMENITIES:
Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets, Short Game Practice Area, Lighting for Night Use, Grass Putting Green, Covered Areas

ADDITIONAL AMENITIES:
Miniature Golf Course (If yes, indicate number of holes below), Food & Beverage, Ball Flight Monitor

TYPE OF RANGE TARGETS:
Accurate Yardage Measurements on Tees to Targets, Short Game Practice Area, Lighting for Night Use, Grass Putting Green, Covered Areas

INSTRUCTION PROVIDED:
Yes (Please answer questions 7a-7h below)

NUMBER OF PGA PROFESSIONALS INSTRUCTORS:
4

NUMBER OF LPGA PROFESSIONALS INSTRUCTORS:
1

CLUBFITTING SERVICES PROVIDED:
Yes (If yes, indicate annual gross equipment sales in 8a below)

TOTAL NUMBER OF VISITS TO RANGE PER YEAR:
95,000

NUMBER OF RANGE BALLS DISPENSED ON RANGE PER YEAR:
3,500,000

Please indicate how many range balls you have in inventory:
20,000

Please indicate how often you buy new range balls:
3 times a year

RANGE PROMOTION:
Save $35 with the purchase of a $100 range key – value is $135 in range balls

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING:
1) Community outreach: Instructors coordinate with the local schools to provide an introduction to golf. Instructors visit the schools and take equipment for students to experience golf. For younger students, the instructors take SNAG Golf (plastic clubs, velcro tennis balls that stick to targets, etc.).
2) Free after-school golf camps and clinics
3) Open house at the range: an event for families to come out and visit the facility and receive free use of equipment, free range balls, participate in putting games, lawn games (corn hole), play 9-holes for free, lesson package give-aways, drawings for free memberships to Junior Club, complimentary BBQ.
4) Prior to Covid we had a Day on the Green event where over 100 physically and mentally challenged youth were brought to the golf course via bus and they experienced an afternoon of golf: full swing, putting and short game.