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golf course

a general term for an area of ground, either inland or beside the sea, laid out for the playing of golf
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Most recently, debate over canceling plans for the golf course threatened further delay.
Baldwin plays up to five times per week during the summer, George mostly plays for business: "It's not a myth that a lot of business deals take place on the golf course.
Cochran says associates are hired for their golf course and/or agronomic expertise.
The golf course, amidst a backdrop of a pine, spruce and poplar, is owned by the Couchiching First Nation community members.
This is not the first time Kennedy Funding has made a loan to a golf course enterprise or sports entity.
When you have a golf course that's 75 years old, built on what was wetlands at one time, you can't go back and rebuild.
Golf courses and other vegetated urban plots such as cemeteries and parks are known to keep city temperatures lower through evaporation.
They became interested in turning around the City's namesake golf course after a visit in 2003.
In a recent interview, Frank Faye, regional president for SunCal, said his company has long talked about substituting greenbelts and trails for the golf course as part of the plan to accommodate the high school.
This August 2004 event was an effort by BASF to create an image among golf course superintendents that it was interested in promoting the value these formerly called "greens keepers" bring to the golf industry.
LMRES' Real Estate and Sports Consulting Services Group is a leading advisor nationally on the evaluation, feasibility and financing of major and minor league sports facilities, golf courses, entertainment-based developments and mixed-use communities.
As the first and only golf course completely designed and built by an African American, Clearview was born from a simple inspiration.