Phoenix could step in to save Villa de Paz golf course

The Villa de Paz Golf Course has been closed since 2018 and the grass is dead. The golf course owner wants to redevelop the land with single-family homes.

By Jessica Boehm | Arizona Republic

The Villa de Paz Golf Course has been closed since 2018 and the grass is dead. The golf course owner wants to redevelop the land with single-family homes.

Can neighbors demand that a golf course — once a staple of the community but now dried up and shut down — remain a golf course?

It’s a question that’s plagued golf-course neighborhoods around metro Phoenix, especially as operating a golf course has become less profitable than the alternative: Redeveloping the course into dozens or sometimes hundreds of new homes. 

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