AB 672 – What Can You Do?
Assembly Bill 672, appropriately dubbed the ‘Public Golf Endangerment Act’ by the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) proposes to convert municipally owned golf courses to affordable housing, and would appropriate $50 million to incentivize local governments to do so.
It is not hyperbole to suggest that AB 672 is the most serious threat to public golf in the state’s history, and the ability of the golf industry to defeat the proposal is likely to hinge on how successful we are in organizing and motivating large numbers of golfers to voice their opposition to the bill.
We urge you to review our resources that:
• Discuss the key points of AB 672
• Provide strategies to make it convenient for your golfers to voice their opposition
• Answer questions about the bill
One stop shop
Visit the SCGA AB 672 Landing Page here which includes AB 672 bulletins, form letters, link to “find your legislator,” and more.
Oppose AB 672
Complete the AB 672 Opposition Petition (post at Pro Shop counter or table near 1st tee) here. (Return completed petitions to CGCOA at email@example.com or FAX to (916) 485-6374.)
Get your golfers involved
Forward the AB 672 suggested golfer email template here.
Make your voice heard
Submit Your Opposition to Legislators Online in 4 Steps:
1. Identify your legislator here
2. Enter your home address
3. Click on your legislator’s name
4. Submit your opposition through “Contact” link