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Author(s):Reagor, Catherine
Author Affiliation:Real Estate Reporter, The Arizona Republic
Title:Golf niches: Reflecting golf's increased popularity, golf courses today run the gamut in design and playability
Source:Urban Land. Vol. 59, No. 2, February 2000, p. 74-77, 105-106.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Washington, DC: The Urban Land Institute
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Competition; Golf course development; Golf course design; Golf course construction; Membership relations; Playability; Costs; Residential golf courses; Youth in golf; Private golf courses; Public golf courses
Abstract/Contents:Discusses the new, higher level of competition among golf courses to attract golfers. Describes the golf industry's anticipation of baby boomers "hitting retirement age and taking up the sport." Also addresses the recent development of golf as a family sport, and the work of course developers to make "the experience more pleasurable for everyone" through the addition of fishing ponds, swimming pools and biking trails to the golf courses.
Language:English
References:0
Note:Includes sidebar, "The Rolls Royce of golf communities"; p. 76-77
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Reagor, C. 2000. Golf niches: Reflecting golf's increased popularity, golf courses today run the gamut in design and playability. Urban Land. 59(2):p. 74-77, 105-106.
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