Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

When we purchase a lot in The Outlaw at Alto Golf Estates, is any kind of golf membership included?

Yes, when you purchase a lot in The Outlaw subdivision, your purchase price will include a full membership to Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club, including all their amenities such as its club house facility, restaurant, swimming, tennis, pickleball, card and game rooms, workout facilities and two 18-hole golf courses.

How much are the dues for my membership to ALG&CC? Is there a transfer fee?

There is no transfer fee for a first-time lot owner, and your dues are approximately $200 per month.

Is there a property owners association for The Outlaw? Is it part of the ALG&CC association? How much are the dues?

The Outlaw subdivision is separate from Alto Lakes Golf & Country Club. It has its own Covenants, By-Laws, and Architectural Guidelines. Once the development has sold 70% of the lots, the association will be formed and dues will be determined by the home owners. This association’s only responsibility will be for streets and minimal common areas.

Where does The Outlaw get its water?

The Outlaw is provided with high-quality water by the Lincoln Hills Water Co-Op. The property has three wells; two of which supply the Cooperative for drinking water and one of which supplies irrigation water for the golf course.

The previous owners of the subdivision placed the property into receivership. What is the status of the owners now? Are we protected?

The previous owners had substantial debt on the property and were hit by the recession. The current owners have no debt on the property. As part of the purchase of the subdivision, they transferred title of The Outlaw Golf Course to Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club. In return for this transfer, a full membership to ALG&CC is reserved for each Outlaw at Alto Golf Estates lot. It is a winning situation for all parties.

What about the danger of fire? What has been done to help prevent fire?

We have thinned almost 90 acres of heavily forested acreage with the help of a grant from the State and Federal Forest Service. After the 90 acres were trimmed The Outlaw hired a crew to regularly address any diseased trees.

Who can use my membership? Can my children and grandchildren visit and use the facilities?

A guest may use those facilities to which the sponsor’s membership is entitled. Please refer to the Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club website for details.

What is the risk that the golf course will be closed when we want to play?

Currently, with 2 courses, one or the other will be open every day of the week, weather permitting.

How big are the lots?

All the lots are over 1 acre and there are some as large as 4 acres. You can view our Plat Map for size and pricing details of available lots.

What utilities are available to the lots?

In ground utilities including gas, electric, water, phone & internet are running at the front of every lot.

If I buy two lots side-by-side to build one home, do I have to pay dues for two memberships?

Yes, you would if you do not choose to re-plat the two lots into one.

What amenities are available at or planned for The Outlaw Golf Course area?

The club house grill, located above The Outlaw pro shop, is now serving sandwiches, pizza, refreshments and libations. Tennis and pickle-ball along with a new putting green are available to members. Other amenities are in the works to add to your recreational and relaxation pleasure.