Daisy

Bossier City, LA

#65 Sep 20, 2008
SS Mom wrote:
We do not live in Sage Meadows, but love the area and have been thinking of moving to Sage Meadows. My question, if you are a member of Sage Meadows, do you still pay a green fee? If you live at Sage and have your own cart, do you pay an annual trail fee and no green fee?
You still have to pay a green fee no matter what.

Since: Sep 08

Little Elm, TX

#66 Sep 20, 2008
Warning wrote:
The country club is set to shut down at the end of this year..... Bob has ran out of money. I wouldn't be buying in that area right now.
Why do you think Bob built at RidgePointe instead of Sage?
Come visit us

Lake Charles, LA

#67 Sep 20, 2008
SS Mom wrote:
We do not live in Sage Meadows, but love the area and have been thinking of moving to Sage Meadows. My question, if you are a member of Sage Meadows, do you still pay a green fee? If you live at Sage and have your own cart, do you pay an annual trail fee and no green fee?
If you live here, you get a discount on membership and can , for a fee, register your golf cart to be on the course. However, if you wish to have a cart just to ride around the neighborhood, then you do not have to pay for that obviously. Living here also means that the when you pay your property owners fees you will have access to the swimming pool, the tennis courts, etc. We love the pool and the playground area. I would highly recommend living here to anyone. There are some gorgeous houses for sale and lots on which to build a home of your choice.
east side boys

Saint Albans, WV

#68 Sep 21, 2008
The are built way to close together. christ you can hear neighbor fart.. Then your always getting hit by some hackers golfball. but other than that their nice
Yoo

Lake Charles, LA

#69 Sep 21, 2008
it depends on where in sage you live. There are some smaller homes that are built close but then many have pretty big yards with plenty of space. Hell if you want buy two lots and build in the middle, doesn't matter.
RedWolf-1

AOL

#70 Sep 21, 2008
east side boys wrote:
The are built way to close together. christ you can hear neighbor fart.. Then your always getting hit by some hackers golfball. but other than that their nice
You buy a house on a golf course fairway and then have the gall to complain about a golf ball hitting your house? Well DUHHH!! WTH is wrong with that picture?
Correction

Paris, TN

#71 Sep 23, 2008
guest wrote:
I have talked to Danny Riddle and he is the pro out there and his exact words "This rumor is not true if the bank had taken over the golf course i would have probably met my new boss by now".He has never gave me a reason in the past not to believe him.
You are a liar. Danny doesn't work there anymore.
guest

Lake Charles, LA

#72 Sep 23, 2008
Correction wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a liar. Danny doesn't work there anymore.
its funny to me that danny was there working today and was on the budro show talking about the senior tour tournament that is out there this week so you are a liar
sage res

Little Rock, AR

#73 Sep 24, 2008
Hey, everyone! FYI We will be having our semi annual yard sale at Sage Meadows saturday! You can come out and see our neighborhood for yourself. Last year people got incredible bargains. See you there!
sage res

Little Rock, AR

#74 Sep 24, 2008
Oh, and P.S. Come out and ask the Sage residents some of these questions you have, and find out for yourself! Danny is still working here!
sage res

Little Rock, AR

#75 Sep 24, 2008
Well wrote:
All I can say, is if the course closed down, it will grow up and those houses out there will plumet in value. Really sad when you think about it.
Would you ever consider the possibility that if it were true that Sage was for sale, someone even better might buy it? Perhaps someone who is a sharp manager, that knows how to correct poor business decisions, Someone, who has a history of sucessful business? Or perhaps, would it be possible that some of the residents might come up with a solution. I hear there is alot of talk re. that right now. We are not going to let your golf course grow into a field!
state bank dept

Saint Albans, WV

#76 Sep 24, 2008
papabear wrote:
Not true WTF, I live in Sage and am concered about our area. Plus records about forclosure are public and if you call Regions and request them, they will give you all public documents.
true, but just because something becomes public record doesn't mean Mr. Troutt waives or looses his rights of protection under the privacy act...be carefull banker papabear

cc to Larry Worsham
guest

Saint Albans, WV

#77 Sep 24, 2008
anybody on here know the blonde lady who is on the property owners board, she is HOT

Since: Sep 08

Rowlett, TX

#78 Sep 24, 2008
I hope nothing happens to Sage Meadows because I think it is a very nice community and enjoy visiting. I'm sure even if something happens to Bob someone will pick it up and maintain it. It is too nice to let go. I love the July 4th celebrations and the people that live there. Good Luck from Texas. "GO COWBOYS" :-)
citizen13

Bossier City, LA

#79 Sep 25, 2008
slug wrote:
is sage meadows a good place to live? It looks nice but I know it's on the north side of town which seems to get worse everyday.
Sage could be a great place to live..I live in Sage now.Bob Troutt is Sage's worst enemy and his mis management of the golf course and development may kill our house values.If someone else would take over it would be a great community and golf club.
Do Something

Lake Charles, LA

#80 Sep 25, 2008
Correction wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a liar. Danny doesn't work there anymore.
Considering the fact that I have spoken to Danny twice this week on the phone when calling the club house, I'd say he still works there.
Correction

Paris, TN

#81 Sep 26, 2008
Then ask him about the other job he just started. Then you will know who I am. I don't like you, "Do Something".
asuredwolve

Jonesboro, AR

#82 Sep 26, 2008
I love Danny! He does a great job!
Just Facts

United States

#83 Oct 9, 2008
Daisy wrote:
<quoted text>
You still have to pay a green fee no matter what.
If you live in Sage Meadows and you do not wish to have a golf membership, you are not required to pay "greens fees." You will, however, be required to pay a small property owner's fee for the upkeep of the pool, tennis courts, and landscaping of common areas.
Just Facts

United States

#84 Oct 9, 2008
You do not have to pay a "greens fee" if you live in Sage Meadows and you choose not to have a golf membership. However, all residents of Sage Meadows are required to pay a small annual fee for the upkeep of the pool, tennis courts, playground, and landscaping of common areas.

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