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Carmel Magazine, Winter-Spring 2019

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thetics, and many of those projects are already underway. Details as small as the quality of the driving range golf balls are being addressed. A nationwide search is underway for a new gener- al manager. Down the road, some modifications may be made to make Pasadera more user-friendly. The current price for a full golf membership is $20,000, with various categories and options available. Other types of membership can be had for even less. If Pasadera can be the oasis its new owners envision, their investments may one day feel like a bargain. "We have a lot of things we need to deliver to the members," says Laver. "This is just the beginning. But I can tell you the feeling around here has already totally changed. Everybody is excited about what's happening and can't wait to see what's next. We really hope the local com- munity will come out and see for themselves what Pasadera is all about, once again." The beautiful land where Pasadera sits was settled by Spanish missionaries from Mexico in the late 1700s. Today it is a popular spot for weddings. 132 C A R M E L M A G A Z I N E • W I N T E R 2 0 1 9 The sunny country club, located off Highway 68, boasts the only Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course on the Monterey Peninsula. The club also has a swimming pool, tennis and a gym and a variety of fitness classes. Photo: De Joy Photography

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