Leaders of move to buy Club West golf course abandon their effort (AZ)

Save Club West has thrown in the towel.  Blaming apathy among Club West’s 2,550 households, the group’s leader told supporters in an email on Monday, March 6, that it has abandoned its effort to find homeowners who would invest between approximately $8,000 and $13,500 to buy the beleaguered course, restore it and operate it profitably.  “Although it is almost certain that the problem will get worse, the four of us are too disheartened to push on,” said Save Club West leader Jim Lindstrom, who has worked since July on a detailed plan for buying and operating the course. “For now, Save Club West is signing off.”    Read the article………….


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