Closed golf courses, country clubs offer high risks, big rewards for developers

What happens to a closed golf course or country club? It's a question that's leading to intense zoning debates, big spends by prominent investors and several multimillion-dollar projects. Here's why insiders say it's a mix of big risks and high rewards.

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