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Letter from the President

Justin Karl, Club President

We’ve arrived upon the time of year where many of us put up the golf clubs for the season, but we can certainly be thankful for the beautiful fall weather we have had this year. It is incredibly rare to see golf being played well into November—and some of it in 60- and 70-degree weather.

As I write this, it does seem though that the colder weather is settling in for the season, and the golf courses will soon be closed and allowed to rest until spring. Although golf season may be coming to an end, there is no shortage of things to do at Egypt Valley through the end of the year. We have a Fall Wine Dinner on November 19, our Annual Lighting of the Tree on November 22, Thanksgiving Brunch on November 24, the Holiday Open House on December 2, and of course, Santa’s Gingerbread House Brunch on December 11 and 18, as well as the New Year’s Eve Celebration.
When reflecting upon the season, we do need to be thankful for the support of all of the members over the last year. We have accomplished a lot in the way of capital projects and member events, and are set up for long term success because of the commitment from our members. We head into the 2023 season with 539 playing members, just under our cap of 550 that we held at for most of 2022 and 2021. It is typical for our membership to dip slightly at the end of the season, and then rebuild in the spring.

We are continuing with other projects into 2023 that will be impactful for the Club, including the new Valley Patio project and a range renovation, among others. Our goal is to use the survey results to continually refine our operations and focus on the areas of the Club that members believe are most impactful.
Finally, we are thankful for all of the committee members who donate their time and talent to Egypt Valley. Our committees provide valuable feedback and guidance for the board and management of the Club. We are starting to fill out rosters for 2023 committees and are always looking for more representation. If you are interested in volunteering, please see Kyle or a board member for more information. 
Thank you all for another great year at Egypt Valley, and Happy Thanksgiving!