River Crossing Golf Club near Spring Branch, just north of San Antonio on US 281, opened several years back as a daily fee course, concurrent with the selling of lots and building of homes in a surrounding housing development.
It's a nice course and always in great shape, although in my opinion, also always overpriced.
We wrote a while back that River Crossing was planning to go private. Apparently, this turn took some of the homeowners who bought into the surrounding development by surprise.
A group of homeowners in the River Crossing subdivision recently asked a state district judge for a temporary injunction to stop the club from proceeding with privatization, claiming they were promised when they bought into the neighborhood that the course would be a daily fee.
The judge declined to grant the injuction, but failing some out-of-court settlement the case will likely continue winding its way through the courts.
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