New owner of Seven Hills golf course says he’s up for the challenge (FL)

Paul D’Anna likes a challenge.  “This is going to be one of them,” said the new owner of Seven Hills Golfers Club, rubbing his hands in anticipation. “Something I like to do is turn courses around.”  The native Michigander, and a golf course owner there, is joined in his enthusiasm by residents of some 2,000 homes in the Seven Hills and Wellington communities and by golfers who deserted the 18-hole Denis Griffiths-designed course over the last decade.  Those who left and those who steadfastly played through complained of poor maintenance, unfriendly service and an inadequate pro shop, when it was open at all.    Read the article……………


Related Articles

Pool Rules – A Confusing World

Unfortunately, there is no FHA model pool rules list, so associations sometimes find out that wording is bad when a claim is brought against the association.

Florida law could help rich investors force condo owners from their homes

In the past few years, an investment company connected to Texas billionaire John Goff has been on a buying spree

Palm Beach County approves 521 new homes on golf course (FL)

The community association of the surrounding Villages of Oriole previously voted in support of the golf course redevelopment. The developer