East Mesa golf community homeowners take destiny by the horns: Course purchase may be lesson for others

Cheryl Haselhorst/Staff Photographer East Valley Tribune
Cheryl Haselhorst/Staff Photographer East Valley Tribune

By Paul Maryniak, Tribune Managing Editor

To the casual observer, the 135 acres of rolling green and 60 acres of granite stretching across the heart of Sunland Springs Village in east Mesa just looks like a scenic golf course in the shadow of the Superstition Mountains.

But in the last year, it has emerged as a sliver of hope to thousands of homeowners across the country who fear their quality of life and their investment are slipping away because of a major shakeup in the golf industry.

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