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Now Playing on America's Golf Courses: Meth Cooks and Rattlesnakes

How can you tell when they want to get rid of your golf course?


“Whenever you try to take away a golf course, you get into a fight,” said Dennis Hillier, a real estate attorney at Greenberg Traurig in Boca Raton. That’s led the owners of some closed courses to sell their land to local parks departments or take the tax benefit from donating the course to a nature trust.

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