Ailing golf courses can learn from Highlands

2013-06-24T20:00:00Z Ailing golf courses can learn from HighlandsGreg Hansen Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
June 24, 2013 8:00 pm  • 

No longer can you play golf at Canoa Hills, San Ignacio or the Santa Rita golf clubs. They’ve all gone bust.

In the last two years, once-mighty Forty Niner Country Club and Arizona National were similarly shut down, although both have been rescued and reopened.

That’s a tenth of Southern Arizona’s golf inventory, and it doesn’t include the five Tucson City Golf facilities, which are famously in financial stress and apparently available to the highest bidder.

Read more in Tuesday's Arizona Daily Star

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