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COURSE TRANSACTIONS Comings & goings Closed Palm Desert course sold to Canadian investors %7Ctopnews%7Ctext%7CFrontpage Indiana company buys Deland, Fla. course for $668,000 Historic Oakhurst Links reopens, sheep, hickory shafts and all Royal St. Augustine course in Fla. in foreclosure The Georgia Club gets new ownership Iowa’s Great River Road course for sale at auction Cincinnati course owner admits to bankruptcy court fraud Tamarac, Fla. agrees to $3M purchase of Colony West,0,6263849.story Oregon county nixes proposed golf resort development McConnell Golf in rare step backward, closes S.C. course Weaver Investments, Pinnacle Golf eyeing purchase of 10-12 courses Pittsburgh area Alcoma Hills club in sheriff’s auction Anthony’s Cliffs Communities, including Tiger course design, named in foreclosure suit ewswell%7Ctext%7CFrontpage%7Cs Huge Sea Trail Resort property in N.C. files for Chapter 11 protection Imperial Valley golf resort gets Enterprise Fund boost,0,2842098.story Oregon course: $15M in 2007, $4.45M for city today 16 The Pellucid PersPecTive OcTOber 2011,0,6263849.story,0,2842098.story,0,2842098.story

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Pellucid Perspective - October 2011

The Pellucid Perspective - October 2011
Table of Contents
When will pricing power return to golf?
Municipal golf’s identity crisis
Let’s make a deal
‘Winter rounds test drive’ promotion wins Labor Day battle
September weather impact: Too little too late?
‘Brown’ not making Half Moon Bay golfers blue
Cincinnati, OH Core Business Statistical Area (CBSA)
Comings & goings
The “Most Powerful” — really?

The Pellucid Perspective - October 2011