3 Hurdles To Redeveloping Golf Courses After The Pandemic

By Andrew McIntyre (April 10, 2020, 1:13 PM EDT) -- The COVID-19 pandemic has put the brakes on new development — it's the last thing on people's minds and many states aren't even allowing it — but when developers resume looking for spots to build new housing, golf courses will be high on the list of potential sites.

With courses across the country seeing a decline in play coupled with increases in maintenance costs, developers have been eyeing courses for residential redevelopment, and while such projects can be lucrative, they come with challenges, lawyers say.

Projects of such scope require a change in zoning at the local level, which can be...

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