Saturday, November 7, 2009
SF Public Golf Alliance: Important "Save Sharp Park" Update
Dear San Francisco Public Golf Alliance Members,
We have cleared another hazard. San Francisco Recreation & Park Department on Friday published its Report on Sharp Park recommending that Sharp Park Golf Course be saved as an 18 hole facility. See the attached links for news coverage (SF Chronicle; KGO-ABC 7)
Your advocacy and support are making a difference! But the game is not over. We are on the third hole of a long round with this effort to Save Sharp Park.
The all-volunteer SF Public Golf Alliance has built support from a growing regional and national coalition of golfers, environmentalists, labor unions, community activists, working families, professional superintendents and golfers and political leaders to preserve affordable, eco-friendly golf.
The opponents are still growling. They will not rest and neither can we. Follow us on Facebook and tell your friends to sign up at sfpublicgolf.com. We will keep you up to date on developments as they happen and need your continued support and dedication to public golf.
Now head out to your favorite course and play 18!
San Francisco Public Golf Alliance, an All-Volunteer Coalition of Golf Supporters
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P.S. Listen to the debate on Sharp Park on Monday at 10 a.m. on KQED's Forum. Call in and voice your support for public golf.