The Rocklin, Calif., club, purchased in April by the United Auburn Indian Community, has bought new golf cars and course maintenance equipment. It plans to engage a private design firm to help “give the club a fresh feel while maintaining a refined golf atmosphere.”
Whitney Oaks Golf Club in Rocklin, Calif., has added to its golf course and grounds maintenance inventory with the purchase of 78 golf cars, two new mowers, an aerator and a bunker rake tractor—and more upgrades are on the way, reports Rocklin & Roseland Today.
“Our upgraded equipment will provide the reliability that our loyal customers deserve and expect from Whitney Oaks,” said David Keyser, Chairman of the United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC), which purchased the club in April. “The UAIC is committed to providing unparalleled service to our valued patrons.”
In addition to the maintenance equipment upgrades, which the new ownership says will help make its grounds operations more energy- and cost-efficient, the UAIC also plans to engage a private design firm for some minor remodeling. The goal will be to give the club a fresh feel while maintaining a refined golf atmosphere, reports Rocklin & Roseland Today.
The new purchases included 78 2012 E-Z-GO RXV golf cars, a Toro Triflex 14-blade reel greensmower, a Toro Groundsmaster 4500D Rough Mower, a Toro SandPro bunker rake, and a Toro ProCore Aerator.