January 23rd, 2017 11:57 AM by Sharon Mason
1. Early to Bed, Early to Rise: the grounds of a golf course must be maintained daily and
before the first tee time is scheduled. This means that grounds crew will be
out and about working before you have had your first cup of coffee. If you are
a light sleeper you could have an issue with the sound of the lawn mowers and
carts driving by.
2. Location, Location, Location: there are a couple
factors to consider when buying on a golf
course. If you are close to cart path, be prepared for traffic throughout
the day. You will also want to consider the location of the home and the
possibility of golf ball damage depending on how the golfer slices the ball.
3. How Friendly Are You? If the home is located near
a tee box, you can expect to hear the players preparing for the next hole. If
you plan to spend a lot of time enjoying your Arizona backyard, you may be
surprised to see strangers hanging out so closely. However, this could present
an opportunity for you to make a new friend!
A Golf Course is Not a Public Park: while it might be
tempting to hop the fence, and have a picnic on the freshly cut greens of a golf course, that is one restriction
they take seriously. For your safety and the safety of the players, homeowners
are not allowed to access the golf course at free will. There are some courses
that have designated areas but the typical home located on a golf course is only to be enjoyed for
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