27 April 2000

Colbert Hills Golf Course Set To Tee Off

"If we can find the right piece of land upon which to build a world-class, 18-hole championship golf course . . .if we can find
the right partners, and if we can find the right education and research ingredients . . . THEN . . . THEN . . . We will have an
opportunity to make something very special happen in Manhattan, Kansas . . . something that will have a lasting impact on the
world of goal and will enhance the golf program at the university where I began my career," stated Jim Colbert back in 1994.
That dream is about to become a reality as the Grand Opening of Colbert Hills will be held April 29-May 5, 2000.

Colbert Hills will be a PGA Licensed daily fee course. From the first tee to the last hole is over 7,500 yards of panoramic
flint hill vistas that enable to golfer to see 40 miles of Kansasís landscape. The longest hole at 620 yards will pose numerous
challenges to even the most accomplished golfer. Novice golfers should not be intimidated by the challenge of the course
though; multiple tee boxes serve golfers of all levels. The course architects have successfully incorporated the scenic beauty
of the flint hills with the difficulties of a world class course. For the spectator, the course incorporates a PGA TOUR
recommended stadium design for optimum viewing as the golfers work their way down the fairway.

In addition to the 18-hole championship course, there is a nine hole, par three-teaching/training course, a state-of-the-art
driving range, and a chipping and putting practice area. The next phase of construction will begin work on a clubhouse in a
horseshoe design overlooking the course. Plans are to have all construction completed within five years.

The course will serve as the home to the KSU Menís and Womenís Golf Teams. It also will serve as a teaching and research
facility for the Golf Course Management Degree from KSU. Students enrolled in the degree program will be able to
complete one of their internships working on the course with management staff. The course revenues will serve as an
endowment for the menís and womenís golf programs and athletic scholarships at Kansas State University.

Colbert Hills will also be home to the Earl Woods National Youth Golf Academy. This Golf Academy hosts the National
First Tee Academy. The Earl Woods Golf Academy provides the leadership support necessary to accommodate First Tee, a
program to introduce disadvantaged youth to the game of golf. Youth coming for the Academy will spend a week
participating in classes, and playing golf at Colbert Hills. Classes will range from the history and rules of golf, leadership
development, peer mentoring, value clarification as well as exploration of possible careers in the field of golf. The students will
be housed on the K-State campus.

The course will officially open to the public May 7. To schedule a tee time call 785.776.6475, or check out their web site at
www.colberthills.com.

Colbert Hills Set to Open

"If we can find the right piece of land upon which to build a world-class, 18-hole championship golf course . . .if we can find
the right partners, and if we can find the right education and research ingredients . . . THEN . . . THEN . . . We will have an
opportunity to make something very special happen in Manhattan, Kansas . . . something that will have a lasting impact on the
world of goal and will enhance the golf program at the university where I began my career," stated Jim Colbert back in 1994.
That dream is about to become a reality as the Grand Opening of Colbert Hills will be held April 29-May 5, 2000.

Colbert Hills will be a PGA Licensed daily fee course. From the first tee to the last hole is over 7,500 yards of panoramic
flint hill vistas that enable to golfer to see 40 miles of Kansasís landscape. The longest hole at 620 yards will pose numerous
challenges to even the most accomplished golfer. Novice golfers should not be intimidated by the challenge of the course
though; multiple tee boxes serve golfers of all levels. The course architects have successfully incorporated the scenic beauty
of the flint hills with the difficulties of a world class course. For the spectator, the course incorporates a PGA TOUR
recommended stadium design for optimum viewing as the golfers work their way down the fairway.

In addition to the 18-hole championship course, there is a nine hole, par three-teaching/training course, a state-of-the-art
driving range, and a chipping and putting practice area. The next phase of construction will begin work on a clubhouse in a
horseshoe design overlooking the course. Plans are to have all construction completed within five years.

The course will serve as the home to the KSU Menís and Womenís Golf Teams. It also will serve as a teaching and research
facility for the Golf Course Management Degree from KSU. Students enrolled in the degree program will be able to
complete one of their internships working on the course with management staff. The course revenues will serve as an
endowment for the menís and womenís golf programs and athletic scholarships at Kansas State University.

Colbert Hills will also be home to the Earl Woods National Youth Golf Academy. This Golf Academy hosts the National
First Tee Academy. The Earl Woods Golf Academy provides the leadership support necessary to accommodate First Tee, a
program to introduce disadvantaged youth to the game of golf. Youth coming for the Academy will spend a week
participating in classes, and playing golf at Colbert Hills. Classes will range from the history and rules of golf, leadership
development, peer mentoring, value clarification as well as exploration of possible careers in the field of golf. The students will
be housed on the K-State campus.

The course will officially open to the public May 7. To schedule a tee time call 785.776.6475, or check out their web site at
www.colberthills.com.

Colbert Hills Set to Open

"If we can find the right piece of land upon which to build a world-class, 18-hole championship golf course . . .if we can find
the right partners, and if we can find the right education and research ingredients . . . THEN . . . THEN . . . We will have an
opportunity to make something very special happen in Manhattan, Kansas . . . something that will have a lasting impact on the
world of goal and will enhance the golf program at the university where I began my career," stated Jim Colbert back in 1994.
That dream is about to become a reality as the Grand Opening of Colbert Hills will be held April 29-May 5, 2000.

Colbert Hills will be a PGA Licensed daily fee course. From the first tee to the last hole is over 7,500 yards of panoramic
flint hill vistas that enable to golfer to see 40 miles of Kansasís landscape. The longest hole at 620 yards will pose numerous
challenges to even the most accomplished golfer. Novice golfers should not be intimidated by the challenge of the course
though; multiple tee boxes serve golfers of all levels. The course architects have successfully incorporated the scenic beauty
of the flint hills with the difficulties of a world class course. For the spectator, the course incorporates a PGA TOUR
recommended stadium design for optimum viewing as the golfers work their way down the fairway.

In addition to the 18-hole championship course, there is a nine hole, par three-teaching/training course, a state-of-the-art
driving range, and a chipping and putting practice area. The next phase of construction will begin work on a clubhouse in a
horseshoe design overlooking the course. Plans are to have all construction completed within five years.

The course will serve as the home to the KSU Menís and Womenís Golf Teams. It also will serve as a teaching and research
facility for the Golf Course Management Degree from KSU. Students enrolled in the degree program will be able to
complete one of their internships working on the course with management staff. The course revenues will serve as an
endowment for the menís and womenís golf programs and athletic scholarships at Kansas State University.

Colbert Hills will also be home to the Earl Woods National Youth Golf Academy. This Golf Academy hosts the National
First Tee Academy. The Earl Woods Golf Academy provides the leadership support necessary to accommodate First Tee, a
program to introduce disadvantaged youth to the game of golf. Youth coming for the Academy will spend a week
participating in classes, and playing golf at Colbert Hills. Classes will range from the history and rules of golf, leadership
development, peer mentoring, value clarification as well as exploration of possible careers in the field of golf. The students will
be housed on the K-State campus.

The course will officially open to the public May 7. To schedule a tee time call 785.776.6475, or check out their web site at
www.colberthills.com.