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Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

White Horse Blues

White Horse, a Kingston, Wash., development with an award-winning golf course, is hurting. Owner and developer Bob Screen tells the Kitsap Sun that his bank intends to foreclose on 159 undeveloped lots and his 18-hole...
Monday, 5/11/2009 at 4:10PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

A 'Fresh Start' for The Greenbrier

The Greenbrier has a buyer: Justice Family Group is paying $20 million for the storied but troubled resort, according to the Wall Street Journal. Until now, many assumed Marriott Corp. would get control of the...
Thursday, 5/7/2009 at 8:49PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Going Against The Grain

Developers in Michigan and British Columbia are pushing ahead with splashy golf resorts at a time when (one might argue) that's the last thing we need. Here's a feature article about the Michigan project, the...
Thursday, 5/7/2009 at 11:17AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Foreclosure For Magnolia Green

Magnolia Green, a major Chesterfield, County, Va., development that includes a nearly completed golf course by Nicklaus Design (pictured), is in foreclosure, the Richmond Times-Dispatch is reporting. The project is to be sold at auction...
Wednesday, 5/6/2009 at 3:35PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Resort Seeks A Bailout

The developer of a big Southern California resort is, in effect, asking the city of Rancho Palos Verdes for a bailout, today's Daily Breeze is reporting.The $480 million resort, Terranea, covers a little more than...
Wednesday, 5/6/2009 at 9:42AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

The Community Domino's Pizza Built

Today's St. Petersburg Times has an interesting article on the Ave Maria development, a remote Florida community backed by Domino's Pizza founder Tom Monaghan. The three-year-old community, which features the 18-hole Golf Club at Del...
Monday, 5/4/2009 at 2:58PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Speaking Of Southwest Florida...

My colleague, Geoff, has an item on an intriguing country club deal in the Fort Myers/Naples area (below). Another article in the Fort Myers News-Press caught my eye recently: this one about people building spec...
Monday, 5/4/2009 at 9:33AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

Union Deal At The Greenbrier

Unions at the Greenbrier  have reached agreements with the West Virginia golf resort that should allow it to be sold a unit of Marriott, the AP is reporting. The agreements now have to be approved...
Friday, 5/1/2009 at 3:38PM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel / Deeds and Weeds

A Taste Of The Mediterranean In Isleworth

You don’t find many addresses that say “golf” more plainly than this one on Zillow.com: a house inside Windermere, Fla.'s gated Isleworth community, home to Mark O'Meara, Darren Clarke, John Cook, and until recently Tiger...
Thursday, 4/30/2009 at 10:06AM
Golf Courses & Golf Travel

A Scalping at St. Andrews, Peter Finch, Kingsbarns, Dean Knuth

Playing the Old Course is one of the greatest thrills in golf. But if you don't know what you're doing, it can be outrageously expensive. How expensive? Try $1,800 a round.
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