Development pressure putting squeeze on urban golf courses
Langara Golf Course in Vancouver is an example of the competition for land between golf courses and the need for new housing.
A number of golf courses in Canada's largest cities are feeling more and more boxed in while urban development continues all around them. Some long-standing facilities are being pressured to give in to new development, and both golfers and non-golfers alike want no part of letting go of these open green spaces.
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Canadian Golf Course Management Conference
March 4-7, 2019