The Anniston Star Ala Al Muskewitz Column Cane Creek Close To 2009: 31cane Creek

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May 31–Cane Creek Golf Course is one step closer to having a head professional.
City of Anniston parks and recreation director Steven Folks told The Star late last week the first wave of interviews for the job, vacant since November, will be held Thursday. None are from Calhoun County, Folks said, but all of them have “extensive backgrounds” and all have been PGA professionals “for quite some time.” The job has been open since Marc Spaulding resigned in November to pursue other business ventures. Since then, the day-to-day operation of the George Cobb-designed course has been maintained by the staff in place. “I think this is a position that is so important (to the community) it should be all inclusive,” Folks said. “What I like is everybody will bring something to the table that will be good for the town and community.” “The Hill is going to be included,” Folks said. “This person coming in is going to be responsible for all golf, not just Cane Creek.” –KING CLASSIC UPDATE: Entries for the 31st Sunny King Charity Classic have been open since May 15 and while the field is more than halfway full, it didn’t take one traditional team long to get its entry in.
Once again, the team of Mike Braxton and Jim Young was the first to get its entry in.

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