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Tracking “Resurrections” – Closed Courses Get New Life

There are currently more all-new golf course projects in active construction than at any time in more than a decade. And yet course openings remain limited – averaging about 13 (as measured in 18-hole equivalents) over the past 10 years. But the number of “new-to-you” properties in the U.S. golf market is considerably higher when considering renovations, reconstructions and another category – “resurrections.”   While not an official measure in the NGF facility database, resurrections are an accounting of courses that went from permanently closed status back to active. In most cases, these are facilities that were seemingly closed for good – for more ...


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