I am an obsessed golfer who wants to use my obsession to help members of the community who have been inflicted with an acquired brain injury and their families. This is a cause close to my heart with both of my parents having suffered strokes in past years and my daughter Ashleigh suffers from cerebral palsy. In my working life I have seen the effect of physical assault upon members of our community and witnessed the long lasting effects this has on these individuals. Please help the other hikers and I support these worthy members of our community in dealing with life with acquired brain injury. Your support no matter how large or small will help to make a difference .. Thank you for your support.
MY GOAL IS TO PLAY 100 HOLES
riginally built in 1952 as a regulation length 9 hole par 36 layout, Center City Golf Course was the first golf course in San Diego county. The course was redesigned in the early 90‘s by Ludwig Keehn into an 18 hole short course and became known as "Goat Hill" to locals. It is loved for its ocean views, fresh breeze, authentic atmosphere, and raw golf feel. Quite simply, you will have a hard time finding a more challenging short course with as many unique holes anywhere in the country. In the 80's, thanks to the foresight of the Lacey family, Goat Hill became protected as "Public Land." It cannot be developed without the consent of a vote of the public. Goat Hill thrived under the watchful eye of Lud until he passed away in 2004. Since that time, Goat Hill has struggled under mismanagement and the combined efforts of developers and politicians that would love nothing more than to see this beautiful landscape paved for the sake of revenue. In 2014, at one of Oceanside's most historic Town Hall meetings (view here), the local community and the golfing public made national headlines as they united to stop redevelopment one more time in an effort to keep and restore Goat Hill as "the people's park of Oceanside." As of July 1st 2014 a new management team lead by local residents John Ashworth, David Emerick, and Geoff Cunningham together with a a dedicated staff and volunteer corps of tradesmen and citizens are in the process of renovating and revitalizing Goat Hill Park into a place for recreation and socializing.