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The private club is offering memberships, $90,000, non-equity ones that are “90 percent refundable,” Delayo said. “We have a three (members)-in, one-out ratio.”
The maximum membership at the club will be 385, Delayo said.
"No. 9, par 4, 392 yardsAs players make their way back toward the clubhouse, they are faced with another daunting tee shot at the ninth. The bunker in the middle of fairway is a great aiming point. A long drive may carry the bunker, but a lay up short of the bunker will only leave 120 yards to the green. Again, water guards the entire left side of the hole and tricky crosswinds may push shots in either direction. Precise irons are a necessity as shots played short or left of the slightly elevated green may find the water. Two, well-played shots could result in a chance for birdie before making the turn."Driveable? 392?
Does Naples really need another golf course, especially when it's one like this? I would love to see more original courses built there in the vein of Hideout or Calusa Pines. Instead, Arthur Hills just builds another water-laden, unwalkable monstrosity.
Quote from: JNC_Lyon on December 02, 2008, 09:26:06 PMDoes Naples really need another golf course, especially when it's one like this? I would love to see more original courses built there in the vein of Hideout or Calusa Pines. Instead, Arthur Hills just builds another water-laden, unwalkable monstrosity.does anyone know how all those privates in Naples are doing? isn't Naples one of the most affected areas in the US re the housing market?
Besides Hideout and Calusa Pines, Naples has other free standing, non-residential golf clubs- Naples National,Olde Florida, CC of the Everglades, Old Collier among them. Is the old Hole in the Wall GC non residential? The problem with Treviso Bay is that it's coming on board into a poor residential market and offers nothing different than the rest except the TPC brand.
As anticipated, the original developer went under.