For over 60 years, the Calimesa Country Club has been a pivotal and popular hub for the community. Calimesa Country Club owner Charles Rollins is entertaining new ideas for the future of the golf course.
Rollins indicated in a phone interview late last week, that there would be major changes in the near future.
Due to ongoing maintenance issues at the golf course, CCC has closed the back nine holes and only nine holes remain open.
Rumors about a new hotel and restaurants at the facility were confirmed by phone.
“We are trying to develop a future that’s sustainable,” said Rollins. “One that works for both the community and us.”
The golfing future is in the hands of Rollins and he is seeking public input.
There will be a public forum meeting on Saturday, Sept. 23 in the Mesa Room (banquet room) at the facility located at 1300 South Third St. in Calimesa. Beginning at 10 a.m., the public is invited to participate in an open discussion regarding the future of Calimesa Country Club.
“There are people that have been there longer than I have and I want their input,” he said.
Rollins said he is interested in hearing from the public and intends to host additional monthly meetings through November.