The Golf Club at Eagle Pointe is located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana above Lake Monroe, Indiana’s largest lake. Surrounding the golf course are a series of gated villages. These villages, each with its own governing structure, range from single family homes nestled deep in the woods, to multi-family condominiums perched high on the slopes of Lake Monroe. To protect and serve these villages, the Pointe Service Association, Inc. (PSA) was created in 1974. PSA owns and maintains the roads connecting the villages, the gate houses and security systems protecting the villages, and contracts for a captive cable television system serving the villages.
To protect and serve these villages, the Pointe Service Association, Inc. (PSA) was created in 1974. PSA owns and maintains the roads connecting the villages, the gate houses and security systems protecting the villages, and contracts for a captive cable television system serving the villages.
PSA maintains and improves the facilities owned and services provided by the corporation under the guidance of an elected Board of Directors.
There is sometimes confusion on the part of new homeowners as to the role of the PSA as compared to the role of their individual village HOA. When considering questions regarding your community and your individual village, please remember:
The PSA is responsible for just three key services:
Maintains the roads connecting the villages (not responsible for any village roads)
The security systems and staffing of the gate houses protecting the villages
Each village has a representative, elected by the homeowners, who attends regular PSA Board meetings. Per PSA by-laws, your representative must also serve on your HOA Board. Your representative is empowered to vote on all PSA Board issues on behalf of your village.
Should you have any questions regarding PSA projects, votes or updates you are encouraged to contact the PSA representative from your village. To confirm your PSA representative from your village you can view all Board Members on our “Board of Directors” page.
Your individual HOA is responsible for all issues related to your home, village common areas, roads (including plowing roads during snow events), handbook violations and management of vendors servicing your village. When seeking any services related to your home or village, your first point of contact is your village website or leadership team. These contacts are listed on this site in the “Our Villages” section, though the PSA does not assist with nor do they communicate homeowner requests to these contacts.
Should you have a question for PSA you are welcome to submit the question using our “Contact Us” form, the site administrator will answer your question or forward to either our management company, Tempo Properties, or to an appropriate Board Member for response.
We ask all homeowners to submit communications directly to the PSA website first, this allows us to prioritize requests and to retain all communications in one location for future reference. Our Board Members change over time, use of the website ensures your request will be managed in a timely manner.
Fireside Chat (in two pages or less….),
Hi. To say we’ve accomplished a great deal in the two-and-a-half weeks since we bought this property is a dramatic understatement.
We’ve formed our corporation (The Golf Club at Eagle Pointe, LLC.) and corresponding bank accounts, reconnected water, sewer, gas, phone and electric utilities in our new name, hired a Bloomington CPA for payroll, taxes and weekly/monthly reports, hired seven employees, purchased and installed a new phone system, sourced a new computer network (the prior system was completely outdated and unusable), partnered with two Point-of-Sale firms to coordinate every dollar spent on our property, ordered new golf carts, ordered new lawn maintenance equipment, ordered new sand for our bunkers, cleaned the clubhouse (much more still to do…), donated existing food to Hoosier Hills, power washed the back deck and furniture, and created a gorgeous new TGCaEP logo with a Bloomington graphic design firm.
To say we have a great deal MORE to do is equally a dramatic understatement.
We still need to 1) be approved by the State of Indiana for our liquor license application (hopefully received by Labor Day), 2) completely rebuild our kitchen (vendors removed their leased equipment that was not paid for by prior owner), 3) rebuild and/or enhance the Dog Shack, 4) analyze the scope of work and costs necessary to reopen the main swimming pool, 5) analyze the scope of work and costs necessary to enhance the clubhouse, 6) partner the PSA and TGCaEP on lawn maintenance responsibilities, 7) repair and facilitate the pump, pond, lighting and waterfall on #10 green and 8) analyze the scope of work and costs necessary to either remove or renovate the tennis and basketball courts behind the clubhouse.
This past week the PSA Board of Directors created five committees, and each will deliver recommendations, timelines and costs for the above to-do list at our June 23rd meeting.
In the meantime….
A) Our course is scheduled for a SOFT opening Wednesday of this week (May 23). Our new carts will not yet be here. Sand will not yet be in the bunkers. Other nice-to-have items won’t yet be in place. But the golf course looks fantastic, the fairways and greens are in terrific shape, and we want to let golfers out to enjoy the course and share feedback.
B) We will have a SOFT opening community get-together on the evening of Saturday, May 26, on our back deck. There will be a DJ, three local food trucks and a cash bar. The Golf Club at Eagle Pointe is NOT providing food or alcohol. Any money you spend on these items is for your personal enjoyment and does not go back into the community. We will unveil our new TGCaEP logo that evening, and we will sell men’s and women’s t-shirts with the new logo embroidered upon it. The t-shirts look fantastic, and we hope you’ll be interested in buying one — the proceeds from t-shirt sales will 100% offset the minimal cost to host the evening’s party. We will also sell annual golf memberships Saturday night, and will be offering a fantastic special incentive to join Saturday night. Bring your checkbook and you’ll be glad you did.
C) Please remember that until we have a few hundred annual memberships secured, a fully-operational bar running with concerts every weekend (again, likely this autumn) and thousands of rounds of golf played, we will not be financially able to open our restaurant. The restaurant will be a distant third to open, following the golf course (first) and bar (second). The primary question we’re asked is a form of “When will the restaurant open?” In short, my best estimate is perhaps Easter, maybe next Memorial Day and possibly still later. It will depend entirely on revenues generated through golf, bar sales, concerts and Eagle’s Nest reservations in the interim.
As always, kindly let me know how I can help answer your questions. I look forward to seeing each of you, and talking with all of you, next Saturday evening,
Eagle Pointe Community,
Please let me extend sincere apologies from the PSA Board and Executive Committee regarding any and all challenges you may be experiencing with your PSA-provided television signal and coverage.
The PSA point-person in charge of television services (George) moved last month from Eagle Pointe to Ellettsville, and, in his absence, we’ve yet to identify a provider with whom we can partner for installation, repair services and trustworthy solutions.
We’ve heard the gamut of potential longer-term solutions — from getting away from television all-together to recommendations for contractors/companies to fill the newly-created void.
(golf information, restaurant menu & local events)
The contract with Pegasus Communications ended in 2015 and full ownership was transferred to PSA. After a few years of owning the cable system, we tried our best to utilize the equipment and had unsuccessful, continuous efforts to maintain the system. With only $30,000 budgeted annually, we could not meet the expectations of continuous service for all villages.
After a detailed evaluation, it has been deemed the current system cannot be revived to meet today's television needs. Therefore, the Board of Directors has voted to no longer attempt to maintain this outdated cable system.
We realize there is an ever changing television market and acknowledge there are many other options such as DirectTV Now's Cloud DVR, Smithville Streaming TV, Roku, Apple TV, Fire Stick TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, etc. available and at this time recommend that you pursue a replacement alternative.
PSA Board of Directors
Main Number: 812-824-8940 Monroe County Sheriff:CALL 9-1-1 Ambulance:CALL 9-1-1 Indiana State Police: (812) 332-4411
PSA contracts with Hinds Security for round-the-clock security for the villages at The Pointe.
For security issues, contact Pointe Security at the main number above.
In case of emergency, the Monroe County Sheriff or Indiana State Police may be contacted.
PSA Fiscal Agent
PSA contracts with Tempo Properties of Bloomington, Indiana, to provide financial management assistance to the corporation. They accept, process and account for homeowner fees and assessments, and may be contacted as follows:
Please send your PSA fees to the following address:
Pointe Service Association PO Box 1878 Bloomington, IN 47402
(please note your village & unit number on the check)
Tempo Properties will mail all quarterly billings. Your account number with Tempo Properties will only include your unit identifier. For example: Bay Pointe account numbers are now BP-001, BP-002. Greenridge will be GR-041, GR-042, etc.
You may have your fees automatically paid from your checking account using your personal banking bill pay system. Contact your bank for more information.
Located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana above Lake Monroe, Indiana’s largest lake surrounds a golf course with a series of gated villages. These villages, each with its own governing structure, range from single family homes nestled deep in the woods, to multi-family condominiums perched high on the slopes of Lake Monroe.