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Published on Facebook August 20:
What Will Replace Golf
“More than 800 golf courses have closed
in the last decade, and developers are
scrambling to fill the space left behind.”
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Kate Harmer Activity centers for
parties, yoga & art classes, therapy/
Hunter Owens Homes for sure.
Amenities are not desired by the
Matt Callison Wineries.
French Glen Fowler Here in Denver
they are doing ponds with paddle
boats, swimming pools, and baseball
fields. I’ll take the skate park and
Kathy Fuhriman Houses on courses
have problems with golf ball damage.
Very expensive location; no wonder
demand is waning.
Brian Mathieu I’ve seen a few now
doing farms. Residents can actually
see where their food is coming from!
Francine Goitz Open spaces. O;
leash dog areas. Horse trails.
Mountain bike trails.
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