Judge asked to OK restoration plan for Ahwatukee Lakes course

Signs line the mostly abandoned The Lakes Golf Course in Ahwatukee, viewed here from S. Shasta Court. /Cheryl Haselhorst

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The attorney for Ahwatukee Lakes homeowners who prevailed in their court fight against The True Life Companies has asked a judge to appoint a special master who would oversee the restoration of the defunct golf course by November 2019 at an estimated cost of around $6 million.

Attorney Tim Barnes this week gave Superior Court Judge John R. Hannah a proposed order that would name Kip Wolfe, vice president of golf operations for Pro Turf International, the special master and set a rigorous schedule for True Life to follow in restoring the 101-acre site.


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