Residents seek to protect historic 9-hole golf course
Kristine Loft, a Wasaga Beach planner, reads a letter as to whether Marlwood Golf & Country Club should be considered a heritage site.
A nine-hole golf course once owned by the legendary Conacher brothers of NHL fame has its fate in the air. The current owners of the Wasaga Beach, Ont. property wish to develop the course, but a local residents' group wants the course to be declared a heritage site.
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