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Client Comments


KEB, Inc.
Golf Courses and Communities

November 30, 1998

Lee Singletary was retained by KEB, Inc. both as our golf consultant for Sage Meadows Golf Club in Jonesboro, Arkansas and as our golf course architect in North Port, Florida for Bobcat Trail Golf Club. Lee’s consultation on Sage Meadows was exceptional as he helped us with studies, financing and organization. Furthermore, his design work at Bobcat Trail exceeded all our expectations and the golf course is receiving outstanding reviews. Lee did an outstanding job for us in keeping contractor costs in line with budgets. We look forward to working with Lee again very soon. Please feel free to call me about Lee at your convenience.

Kent Arnold
President & CEO

December 5, 1998

We utilized Lee at both our projects, Sage Meadows Golf Club in Jonesboro, Arkansas as a consultant and at Bobcat Trail Golf and Country Club as our golf course architect, an eighteen hole golf course and development in North Port, Florida. Lee’s involvement at Sage Meadows was extremely helpful to me as we structured financing, negotiated equipment and hired personnel. At Bobcat Trail, Lee took a flat piece of Florida landscape and gave it movement and flow the likes of which they had not seen in that area. His playing skills and ability to work with someone like Bob Tway provided an opportunity for a unique design. Lee is destined to become an outstanding golf course architect. The Marriott Hotel Golf Management Company toured Bobcat Trail just before it opened this fall and asked us “Who designed your course, Fazio”? Need I say more about Lee Singletary’s talents. Please feel free to call me about Lee at your convenience.

Bob Troutt
Vice President

December 14, 1998

I worked with Lee exclusively on Bobcat Trail in North Port, Florida. As the engineer and project manager for Bobcat, Lee’s involvement and interaction with me was essential. He did an outstanding job in working with our engineers and subcontractors and created a great course. His construction drawings were detailed and he worked with our golf course contractor thru the typical “tough” situations you always face in a project like this and did an outstanding job for KEB, Inc. Give me a call if I can answer any further questions you may have about Lee Singletary.

Bill Murray
Vice President

P.O. Box 5052 • Jonesboro, AR 72401 • 870-932-4681 - P.O. Box 7098 • Northport, FL 34287 • 941-423-0826


Herzog Development Corporation
9696 Skillman Street • Suite #210 • Dallas, TX 75243 • 214 - 348 - 1300

July 23, 1999

To Whom It May Concern :

We began working with Lee Singletary on a project here in Dallas that became known as Woodbridge in the spring of 1996. Lee took us thru the entire process of golf facility development including feasibility study analysis, budgets, operating pro-formas, design, development and maturation. Lee was retained as our project management consultant and as the golf course architect. While the site was a challenge from an engineering and environmental standpoint, he has produced one of the best golf courses in the area.

Lee was responsible for working with not only the golf course contractor and all related golf course construction aspects, but also coordinated the clubhouse planning with the building architect and the maintenance building program. He negotiated the acquisition of our maintenance equipment and golf carts as well as the FF&E for the clubhouse and other facilities. He provided project construction management consultation for the buildings once we began them.

The golf course has been highly praised and Herzog Development Corporation and our investors are extremely pleased with the job Lee did designing Woodbridge. Please give me a call if you have any questions about Lee and his involvement with Woodbridge Golf Club.

Don Herzog


2515 McKinney Ave. • Lock box 10 • Dallas, TX 75201 • (214) 855-5150

January 15, 1999

To Whom It May Concern :

My client, Bob Tway, recently completed design consultation on a project in Florida with Lee Singletary of Singletary Golf Services. Bob was extremely pleased with the finished product and enjoyed his working relationship with Lee.

Lee also has a working relationship with another client of ours, Corey Pavin, on a project in planning here in the Dallas / Ft. Worth area.

I have known Lee since the middle 80’s as he directed one of the best one day pro-ams in the golf industry. Many of my clients participated in Lee’s events and repeatedly reported that he ran one of the most enjoyable events they had played in. As I personally played in several of those events, I can speak highly of Lee’s administrative skills in this and other aspects of his business.

Please do not hesitate to give me a call if you have any questions concerning Lee Singletary and his involvement with Cornerstone Sports.

Roscoe O. Hambric Jr.


The Anthony Group
The Orchard Development at Pecan Plantation
9500 ORCHARD DRIVE • GRANBURY, TX 76049 • (817) 279-7056

April 5, 1995

We acquired what was to become The Nutcracker Golf Club with the need to redesign the existing nine and add a second nine. Lee Singletary did an excellent job for us in that regard. We have been very pleased with his ability to take our pecan orchard and present a well designed layout that will compliment the modestly remodeled first nine holes. Lee has been most cooperative and imaginative in seeing that we get the most we can for the bucks we have to spend. Please call if you have any questions concerning our relationship with Lee.

James E. Anthony
President & C.E.O.

3500 MAPLE AVENUE • SUITE 200 • DALLAS, TEXAS 75219 • (214) 526-9801

April 7, 1992

As developer of White Bluff on Lake Whitney, we retained Lee to design an 18 hole championship course for the project. Comments from many people in the golf industry are consistent - “a great layout”. Lee was enthusiastic and not  afraid to put in the hours that it took to produce an impressive finished product. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone wishing to construct a first class course.

R. Mike Ward


The Texas Golf Association
Organized in 1906
Suite 2B Sunday House Square • 1000 Westlake High Drive
Austin, Texas 78746 • (512) 328-GOLF

March 30, 1992

As President of the Texas Golf Association, I have had the opportunity to play most of the best courses in Texas. Briarwood Golf Club was completely redesigned by Lee Singletary in 1985. In my opinion he did a masterful job with a very low budget. He changed every hole on the old course which made it one of the best tests in the East Texas area. Lee is extremely knowledgeable in all phases of the game as he is a very fine player himself. He has a creative mind and tremendous organizational ability. Please feel free to give me a call if you would like to discuss his work on the Briarwood project further.

A. J. Triggs, Jr.
Past President (1988-1992)



SOUTHWEST DIVISION • 1122 W. McDERMOTT DR. • ALLEN, TEXAS 75002 • (214) 390 - 1190

October 26, 1993

It has been my pleasure to work with Lee Singletary over the past several months. Lee was retained by our company to prepare a complete market study including a comprehensive operating pro-forma for a high end, daily fee golf course called Twin Creeks which our company is subsequently constructing in the North Dallas marketplace. Lee’s insight and contributions were critical as we planned how to position our course and real estate development in this competitive environment. Over my eight years with the Arvida Company, I have been involved with several golf courses and various marketing studies. The effort produced by Lee Singletary was by far the best I have ever been associated with in terms of overall quality, timeliness, thoroughness and usable recommendations. I would highly recommend Lee Singletary for your next golf-related development or operation.

Sean G. Randall
Vice President / Project GM



$ Edward D. Jones & Co.
Member New York Stock Exchange, Inc. and Securities Investor Protection Corporation

Wilbur F. Yates
Investment Representative

March 15, 1992

As a member of the Board of Directors of Roy H. Laird Country Club, I had the opportunity to work with Lee and his company as the management entity for our club. Lee’s abilities were felt immediately with his solicitation of key personnel and his leadership in reversing the erosion of service, atmosphere, membership morale and course conditioning for our club. Our food and beverage operation returned to a level worthy of the “country club” label and at the end of Lee’s contract term our club enjoyed a relative financial stability and accountability from which we will benefit for a long time. Lee’s people skills and team player attitude benefited the club in many areas. In addition to my relationship with Lee in regard to Roy H. Laird Country Club, I served as President and C.E.O. of two local banks here in Kilgore and maintained an excellent business banking relationship with Lee over several years. I would highly recommend Lee to anyone who is considering undertaking a golf related development or management project. His knowledge and scope of the industry is unique and outstanding. Please feel free to give me a call if I can answer any further question you may have concerning Mr. Singletary.

Wilbur F. Yates
Past President
Roy H. Laird Country Club - 1989

901 Gilmer Rd. • P.O. Box 3484 • Longview, TX 75604 • (800) 441 - 5472


The Salina Country Club
Telephone (913) 827-0388 Post Office Box 2056
SALINA, KANSAS 67402-2056

July 31, 1992

As General Manager of Salina Country Club for over twelve years I have been involved with four (4) other golf course architects. Lee Singletary has been “the best of the bunch” and the club intends to continue to use his services. Lee has worked on several phases of a master plan he devised for us and all projects have gone well and have been produced at the costs that Lee estimated. I think you will find him a very capable designer with one great advantage over many other architects because of his playing ability. I believe his playing skills allow him to see things that an average course architect just does not quite comprehend. Please feel free to call me about Lee at your convenience.

Max A. Holthaus
General Manager


Steve Ball
Golf Professional
PGA Member



1600 E. Danforth
Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 341-5350


December 22, 1992

Lee listened to our desires and did not try to force his ideas upon us. Having dealt with five (5) other architects, this was an exceptional and refreshing attribute. Lee’s ideas are innovative without being out of character with the rest of our course. He is extremely detailed and organized and his construction drawings and presentations make it very easy for everyone to understand. Please feel free to call me if I can answer any questions about Mr. Singletary or his qualifications.

Steve Ball

General Manger/Head Professional


dm dal-mac barnes co.
100 N. Central Expwy., Suite 222, Richardson, TX 75080-5300
                         (972) 238-9000 • FAX (972)238-8925

October 20, 1993

I have worked with Lee Singletary on several golf oriented developments including real estate related projects. Lee has an intelligent approach to both golf and golf related developments. He has a systematic and intellectual method of doing golf course design and in analyzing the feasibility of various golf course proposals. I would highly recommend him as one who is easy to work with and whose association would result in a high quality end product.

Arthur Z. Barnes

Chairman of the Board




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