An editorial from the Guardian in Charlottetown says the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies report on Prince Edward Island’s involvement in golf was too harsh. To read it, click here … The Journal Pioneer in Summerside, however, says lessons can be learned from a venture that ignored critical strategic questions and failed to consider the risk. That editorial is here … In the United States, real estate developers who bet on golf course communities prior to the recession are letting their courses turn into eyesores as they work against zoning bylaws and other restrictions in an attempt to develop the land for new homes. Patrick Clark has that story for BloombergBusiness here … For some reason, Luke Kerr-Dineen became fascinated with a Quebec golf course in a travel story for Golf Digest. He suggests it’s in the middle of nowhere, but then says it’s only about an hour away from Montreal, which hardly makes it the rainforest or the North Pole. Maybe, it’s the green fee that drew his attention or an apparent desire to make a random Canada joke. You decide. The story is here.
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