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The other examples that come to the top of my head for new or improved courses in poorer neighborhoods are East Lake, Dallas National, and Trinity Forest. Does anyone know how these have improved their respective neighborhoods? None is exactly affordable golf..........
I think there's a way but this proposal being advanced and reviewed isn't it.
Quote from: Mike_Young on August 02, 2017, 07:40:08 AM I think there's a way but this proposal being advanced and reviewed isn't it.Mike Young,I know these were the authors words and not yours. I prefer to hear from people that can:add to and improve an ideapropose an alternate idea"Isn't it" is an intellectually weak proposal. Maybe there was more to the story that you did not post.From the sidelines, the Chicago proposal sounds pretty good to me.
"While I would love to believe in a world where the "right golf course" could advance the cause of social justice and promote more equitable income distribution,"Really? How about enjoying the game on it's own terms. Not everything is a vehicle for social justice (whatever that means) and or dealing with income inequality (as if that were a problem anyway).