Friday, March 17, 2006

New Golf Course Development in DFW

From PGA.com:

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Bluegreen Corporation (NYSE: BXG) has acquired a 1,579-acre parcel of land in Grayson County, Texas, near Dallas, on which it plans to develop its fourth golf community in the state, company officials have announced.

The new community will offer 1/4- to 1-acre homesites, with the first phase of development expected to begin immediately and sales expected to commence in the fourth quarter of 2006, officials said. Amenities are planned to include an 18-hole championship style golf course, owner's clubhouse and swim and tennis center.

All I can say is: Thanks goodness it's a "championship style" golf course. I'm getting a little tired of all these companies building sixth flight style golf courses.

Question: Has there been a single golf course - other than municipals - built in the last 20 years that was not touted as a "championship style" golf course? Where's Bud Zenswing when you need him?

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