Board rules in millionaires squabble over Biltmore golf course

By Russ Wiles | Arizona Republic

A nearly two-year legal fight over non-golf activities at two of Arizona’s most iconic courses — a dispute that pitted millionaire Phoenix homeowners against high-profile business leaders — has been decided in favor of the residents and their desire to maintain the status quo at the courses.

The Phoenix Board of Adjustment this week decided in favor of the homeowners, upholding an earlier finding from city officials that largely restricts JDM Golf, the courses’ owner, from sponsoring non-golf activities outdoors.

Corporate events, entertainment and other types of events must be held inside the clubhouse or other facilities, must be supported by adequate parking and can’t disrupt nearby residents, the board said.

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