Club West Conservancy counters HOA board’s suit dismissal request

The Club West Golf Course was closed in February 2018 and owner Wilson Gee has been trying to sell it, saying the high cost of city water makes it unprofitable. While a group of investors who want to buy it want to sell some of the land for homes, the Club West Conservancy is fighting their effort. Tom Sanfilippo/Inside Out Aerial/Ahwatukee Foothills News

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

A group of Club West homeowners who want the beleaguered golf course to be restored or turned into a preserve recently fired back at their HOA board’s effort to dismiss their lawsuit over what they call an illegal attempt to control the site’s future.

The Club West Conservancy has sued the Foothills Club West Community Association board’s assumption of the course’s “declarant rights” without getting the approval of 75 percent of homeowners.

Four investors who banded together as the Edge Group have been in escrow since last fall to buy the course from owner Wilson Gee, who put it up for sale at a price of $850,000 in 2018.


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