Houston, Texas Golf Course Litigation Attorneys

In the post Tiger Woods era, golf courses are struggling to stay afloat. After peaking a decade ago, the number of golf courses in the US has been in steady decline. Since 2006, golf course closings have outnumbered openings after more than 4500 golf courses had opened over the previous 15 years. Last year alone, there were 13.5 openings and 154 closures. While there are many reasons for this trend, including the shrinking middle class, extended time to complete a round of golf, and limited access to public golf courses, one phenomenon is clear, subdivision golf courses are particularly at risk.

Golf Course Litigation Articles & News

Golf Course Repurposing: Addressing the Issues of Implied Restrictions

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HooverSlovacek takes the lead in Florida Golf Course Rezoning Case

Motion for Rehearing Denied; Affirmed; Opinion of July 24, 2014 Withdrawn, and Substitute Opinion filed September 25, 2014 (PDF)

The Battle Between Homeowners and Developers (PDF)

Kings River Village Litigation Update (PDF)

Golf Course Sale is Finally Done (PDF)

Inwood Forest Legal Issues - Chronological Summary (PDF)

Homeowners Threaten to Flip Dead Golf Courses (PDF)

Court Victory Keeps Inwood Links Green (PDF)


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