Golf Communities Add Amenities to Attract Buyers

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May 29, 2015
In an effort to attract a variety of buyers, golf communities across the country are offering more than just golf.
 
According to the Wall Street Journal, Bluejack National, a 755-acre luxury golf community slated to open this fall will not only boast the first Tiger Woods-designed golf course but will also feature orchards and gardens, a movie theater, bowling alley, skate park, miniature Fenway Park, 7-mile trail system, and stocked fishing ponds. Another high-end golf club and community in California now offers pickle ball, outdoor fitness classes including yoga, and family activities such as flag football.
 

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