Hutch wrote in this blog about golf courses being touted as potential housing sites and alternative uses are concerns in many locations, including Canada. We linked previously to a story about the sale of Calgary’s Harvest Hills Golf Course and nearby residents are upset that it will lead to development in what was a pristine, natural environment. Amanda Stephenson has that story here in the Calgary Herald … In Orlando, residents have similar concerns about a plan that will transform the EastWood Golf Club into a combination of homes and businesses. David Breen of the Orlando Sentinel has the story here … Alternative uses for golf courses are also being considered in England, where falling memberships have dramatically changed the fortunes of the game. Roland Gribben has this story in the Telegraph.
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