Members of the Broward County Planning Council will make a decision affecting all residents of the Woodlands Country Club.
A group of Woodlands Country Club homeowners against new home development has united to fight for the preservation of their golf courses.
Just an hour and a half before the sun came up Thursday – after a marathon 10-hour, nine-minute meeting– a proposal to redevelop two 18-hole golf courses sank to where developers aimed…
Chris Lips does not want to see the lake, and the golf course that sold him on his house turned into a swath of new homes in the Woodlands.
A developer will take a second shot in front of the city planning board Wednesday to get its approval for a plan to turn two golf courses at the Woodlands Country Club into hundreds of homes.
Hundreds of homes will start sprouting on two longtime golf greens, according to plans set to debut in front of the city planning board Wednesday.
For the one hundred plus residents that were in attendance at the November 13th homeowner’s association meeting, the bad news fell like a ball in a sand trap….
All over Broward County the lagging interest in golf and country club memberships have turned golf courses into new home developments and the Woodlands Country Club is no longer the exception.
After seeing stakes planted all over the golf courses, Woodlands residents were concerned: Were they surveying the course? Were they installing a new GPS system? Was the course being sold?