The History of the Oak Hill Golf Club

Contract is Awarded

Also on March 8, 1966, at the regular monthly meeting of the Board, Greens Committee Chairman Paul Rickenback reported that the Greens Committee recommended that the contract for the construction of the second nine holes be granted to William F. Gordon and Son, feeling that in the long run it would be in the best interest of the Club to have all 18 holes designed and built by the same contractor.   The Board unanimously passed this recommendation and hoped that work would start on the second nine as soon as the funding was secured and weather permitted.

 

On June 7, 1966 Dave McGhee resigned to accept the Head Greens Keeper position at a suburban Philadelphia golf course. Dave Curren replaced him.

 

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