Welcome Pam Katruska - New Golfview Manager! Wednesday, May 31, 2023

to Golfview's New Manager!  

Pam got started with Golfview a few weeks ago and has been intensely training on Golfview's processes.

Pamela Katruska, LCAM, has managed all aspects of the day-to-day operations of both Condominium and HOA’s for over 20 years.  

She is well versed in covenant enforcement and has a well-adapted understanding of Florida Statutes and governing documents.  

Pamela is result-driven and highly detail-oriented who is dedicated to maintaining effective and productive working relations with all board members, homeowners and vendors.

Please stop by when you are in the area and say "Hi" to Pam Katruska!  

Golf Ball - Window Fund - explanation & update Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Hello Golfers – and Non-Golfers…..

Did you know??

Golfview hosts a “Window Fund”.  The intent of this fund is to limit the financial exposure to those playing on the course and living in the community. 

As we all know, know matter what your game looks like, accidents do happen…

For a measly $10.00, you can get in on this “insurance-type” of plan.

The way it works….   The Pro Shop collects $10 from everyone that wants to participate – golfer or resident.  When an ‘accident’ occurs, funds are removed from the collections to pay for the damaged window repairs….  ONLY IF – you are in the pool of funds collected.

So – this is a living document, and when funds are low – we notify the community the Window Fund is open again for deposits/enrollment.

So – consider this your notice – yes, the Window Fund is low, and deposits are being accepted in the Pro Shop – Monday thru Friday 8am to noon….   Until closed for the season.

GOLF COURSE BRIDGE FIXED!! WAHOO!! Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Heartfelt thanks to the wonderful, amazing volunteers (and the various helpful Supervisors who added their 2 cents) who have rebuilt the bridge on the golf course!  Kudos and special thanks goes to:  Ken Jarolin, Dennis Cannizzaro, Victor Roa, John Carley, Bob Delaney, James Burger, and Dan Naundorff

2023 Golf Reciprocals Tuesday, May 9, 2023
Animals in Golfview Thursday, February 2, 2023


For those that are unaware:

Only Golfview OWNERS are permitted to have ONE pet (no taller than 18”) in the community.  Renters/Tenants, Visitors, Guests, Family members – are NOT permitted to bring animals into Golfview.

If an animal is presented as a SERVICE ANIMAL – it must be registered at the Management Office during Office hours – with appropriate responses for the need – to gain permission to be in the Golfview community.  Registration also requires Lee County license and current vaccination records.

Animals NOT registered are subject to immediate removal.

(a)   The service animal must be under the control of its handler and must have a harness, leash, or other tether, unless either the handler is unable because of a disability to use a harness, leash, or other tether, or the use of those would interfere with the service animal's safe, effective performance of work....  

ALL animals MUST be leashed at all times in the community.  Owners MUST pick up after their animals.

Ten signs that a “service dog” is actually a fake

  1.  They're Being Carried or Pushed in a Cart
  2.  -  Not on a Leash
  3.  -  Pulling on the Leash
  4.  -  Barking or Whining
  5.  -  Sniffing Everything
  6.  -  Have Indoor “Accidents” 
  7.  -  Steal Food
  8.  -  Look Nervous
  9.  -  Seek Attention
  10.  -  Aggressive

It is now a misdemeanor to represent an untrained dog as a service animal & can incur fines of up to $500 per incident.

New Office Hours Friday, January 13, 2023




Please be sure to visit the Management office within the following scheduled hours:


Mon / Wed / Fri

9:00 am -- 1:00 pm


Tues / Thurs

1:00 pm -- 4:00pm


Thank you for your cooperation!


REMINDERS Friday, December 16, 2022
Disposing of chemicals - including paint Thursday, December 15, 2022
It's not fair for our maintenance man to have to empty the hazardous materials and paint out of the dumpster.  He does not have the time to empty and refill the dumpster.  

PLEASE, PLEASE...   read the article.

Also, do not permit your repair persons to use the dumpster for construction materials.  If you MUST use it yourself for that, please be sure that all material is cut up so that it does not prevent the dumpster from being used.  We have had multiple instances where a large item prevented the container from being filled completely.

If you have large boxes - PLEASE break them down!  Be considerate - and neat.

Do NOT leave paint!


Disposal Information <-- link to website here