Formerly private golf course now open to public; Jerrel Grow named GM.
Sunset Whitney Country Club, Rocklin, Calif., was recently sold to Charley Gibson, who made the purchase in partnership with one other businessman, unnamed, reports Rocklin’s The Placer Herald. The property was bank-owned when purchased by Gibson.
The club opened under new management, June 15. The new General Manager is Jerrel Grow who said the course would no longer be private and would be open seven days a week for public play.
“We’re one hundred percent open to the public now,” Grow said. “We’re honoring the country club membership straight through June, until July first.” Grow said members could then purchase a pass to play if they should choose to do so.
Gibson also owns Morgan Creek Golf Course in Roseville, and Wild Horse in Davis.