Age is just a number when it comes to playing golf, a Swansea pensioner has proved, after defying all odds to win a club competition.
Banking and real estate mogul Howard Milstein, expanding his golf-related holdings, has purchased Time Inc.’s Golf magazine and golf.com website.
City Hall and Landscapes Unlimited have agreed to an annual management fee of $75,000 with an incentive fee of 11 percent.
Judging is by a panel of industry professionals. The competitions are open to any project completed after Oct. 1, 2016. Deadline for entries is Jan. 5, 2018.
The redevelopment of the Irish club will take place over the next five years in four or more separate phases that will see an increase in the number of holiday homes adjacent to the golf course and the development of a new leisure centre that will comprise a swimming pool, gym and spa facilities.
The base’s two courses’ objections are based on a number of concerns, including “a decrease in rounds played at their facilities, which they attributed to Eglin Golf Course’s public play status,” according to Maj. Jennifer Mack, commander of Eglin Air Force Base’s 96th Force Support Squadron.
The course opened with the community in 1999, but its current owners shuttered it earlier this year, according to Prince William County staff, and have yet to sell the property.