Eighteenth fairway under construction (1997)
Page 1 of our Brochure
Page 2 of brochure
Page 3 of brochure
Jan and Cindy presenting Tom with plaque Congratulating him on winning the 1995 U.S. Senior Open
One of the first advertisements for our project in 1995.
Cindy & Jan Skola, Founders of Old Kinderhook -1994
Hillside that had to be moved for Hole #5
L-R Jan Skola and Cindy Skola, Owners/Founders/ and Developers of Old Kinderhook, Tom Weiskopf, Golf Course Designer, Bland Pittman, Land Planner (1994)
Jan with Bland Pittman, Tom Weiskopf and his assistant, Dave Porter.
Jan with Ken Nickels and Mark Jennings, University of Iowa Asst. Athletic Director.
One of the first to play Old Kinderhook.. friend, Ken Nickels from Iowa City.
Front page of the Golf Magazine
The Windmill in all it’s Glory!
I’m checking on the progress
Bland Pittman, our land planner from Tulsa
Our son Gage, getting out of the pool that was next to the old Ranch House
Visionary of Old Kinderhook- Jan Skola 1994
Cindy’s keeping everyone doing their jobs! 1995
Little bit of info here…
These were the people that Cindy and I hired to help us make Old Kinderhook happen.
Where Jim Redmond’s Empire Resort was, before the condo building was built
Shows the location of hole #14
Our first visit to the property in 1994.
Pictures of the Ranch House and pool
Our first Billboard…
The old Ranch House and Bell Tower
This is where the entrance to the land is.
Hole #8. White post designates the landing area
Where hole #13 would be
Aerial view of the land when Cindy and I first purchased it.
Views of where the Condo is located now
Hole #10 pond, but had to be reshaped to it’s current shape
Hole #9 construction
Shaping #10 fairway
Looking across #10 and #14 fairways to the old house and buildings
This is the entrance to the land where our Guard Shack is now.
Our son Gage checking out the progress..
The sign says it all….
Tom’s initial visit to our project
Weiskopf’s initial visit to the property
One of the first signs we made
Still during the building process in 1998
Holes #6, #7, and #8
Holes #13 and #14
Various pics of the beginnings
Shows holes #1, #2, and #4
638 acres of golf and residential
Our initial proposed drawing of what we wanted to build as our Clubhouse
What we contemplated naming our Project, but decided on Old Kinderhook
Jan Skola, Original Owner and Developer and Course Designer, Tom Weiskopf
Tom Weiskopf standing in the field of what is now the 18th fairway
Jan Skola, Bland Pittman, Dave Porter, Tom Weiskopf, Jack Donovan
Jan Skola making sure the green is suppose to be where Tom has it marked!
Our son Gage climbing out of the pool -1995 (WAS LOCATED NEXT TO WHERE THE BELL TOWER IS, along #14 FAIRWAY)