Golf Course Community Offers Privacy and Security
There is a golfing community built around a golf course in nearly every state in the country, as well as many foreign lands, often allowing only the residents and their guests to play the course
In some areas the golf course community is often gated and secured from outside visitors, insuring not only the security of the homes but also the integrity of the golf course. Homeowners, their immediate families and a few selected guests that are accompanied by the homeowners are typically the only ones allowed in the golfing community as well as on the greens.
In some instances, public golf courses have been redeveloped into a golf course community as homes are built around the 18 holes of play. Depending on how long the course has been in existence, there may be a need to redesign a few or all of the holes in order to fit the homes onto the course.
Not everyone living in a house adjacent to a golfing community will be an avid player. Many simply like the solitude of living in an area where new construction will be limited and the typically quiet play of the game will not be a distraction to every day living. However, there may be some rules about gathering up errant golf balls and selling them back to the players on the field.
Fees May Be Added For Golf Course Maintenance.
In many golfing communities, green fees are included in the price of the home and community maintenance fees. In some of the more exclusive communities it is the crews that take care of the golf course landscaping who also take care of the landscaping of the homes. Others may include an additional fee for course upkeep, maybe in the form of an annual maintenance cost and others may include green fees in this added expense.
Those living in a golf course community are often treated to a feeling of exclusivity, knowing that only the residents may play the course. The cost of the homes within the community will usually be slightly higher than the ones in the nearby area, and the golf course design will also enter into the pricing structure of the homes.
One of the biggest challenges of living in a golfing community, probably like any other community, is that not everyone is guaranteed to get along with one another. Especially family members that show little respect for others in the community especially on the greens. Since each person is also a homeowner, it can be difficult to seek reparation of any damages caused as well as quelling disruptive behavior.
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