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Appendix A: Resources and Links
Functions Core and Optional
Development of the facility space program should reflect the mix of golf support activities
and food service that should be made available to the full range of military personnel, their
dependents, and authorized civilians. Consideration should be given to the current and
projected user population to be served by the proposed Golf Clubhouse, as well as specific
population categories with potentially varying recreation and dining needs (such as eligible
civilians, military personnel, their dependents, and retirees). The size and arrangement of
spaces within the facility and the siting of the building should support and optimize the
operation of the Clubhouse's activities.
The primary activities of the Golf Clubhouse can be summarized as:
Golf shop and administration for providing control of the golf course and retail
support to the course users;
Dining and food service for patrons using the golf course, coming for dining
purposes, or attending special functions.
Within these categories, the spaces that make up the facility can be described as "core" and
"optional". Core spaces are essential components of any Air Force Golf Clubhouse, regardless of
size or location. Optional spaces may be appropriate given the situation at a particular installation,
including whether the location is CONUS or OCONUS. Table 1 lists these core and optional spaces.
See Table 1-1 next page.
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