The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to punish the Silverstone golf course, after next-door neighbors told authorities they fret brown fairways, green ponds and suffering landscaping will land their property values in the bunker.The council voted unanimously to levy $2,880 worth of unsuccessful inspection costs, day-to-day civil penalties of approximately $94,500 for all 6 parcels that comprise the golf course and to file a lien for $97,380, after several neighbors dressed in green Save Our Silverstone T-shirts addressed them about the nonfunctioning golf course at 8600 Cupp Drive.The course has actually been inspected more galvin green than 40 times and has actually been offered two times in the previous nine months. Next-door neighbors maintain their property values have fallen as the course has actually fallen under disrepair.The lifestyle is gone, stated Mayor Pro Tem and Ward 6 City Councilman Steve Ross. I wish to see options for the households that survive on that golf course.
Once again, Center Grove finds itself in a familiar location going into Tuesday early morning's preliminary of the high school children golf state champions.The Trojans took their regional by 3 strokes this year after advancing from their sectional 7 shots ahead of the competitors. Like in 2014, Center Grove is the favorite to win the state title, getting 7 of 8 votes in the latest coach’s survey. Westfield, which held back Center Grove by 4 strokes to win last year, got the remaining vote.Here are three things to key an eye on when the two-day finals tee off at 8 a.m. at Carmel's Prairie View Golf Club:Despite finishing 3 of its leading 5 players from last season, Westfield rolled through the 2016 weather without so much as a bump and qualified for its fifth consecutive state finals. Brothers Andrew (73, tied for 3rd) and Thomas Lewis (74, tied for fifth) finished amongst the top 5 individuals in their local and assisted move the Shamrocks into the finals, where they will attempt to win their third state title in the previous 4 years.
Donald Trump states the PGA Tour is leaving Miami's Doral golf course after 54 years and taking the tournament to a brand-new website in Mexico City. The Tour began to distance itself from Trump last year after his comments about omitting Muslims from immigrating to the United StatesThe PGA trip is moving a storied golf tournament from Donald Trump's Doral resort near Miami. Trump broke the news last night throughout an interview on Fox News.DONALD TRUMP: They're moving it to Mexico. They're moving it to Mexico City, which by the way, I hope they have kidnapping insurance coverage.SHAPIRO: Today PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem validated the decision in a news conference continued the Golf Channel. He said the move had absolutely nothing to do with Trump's politics and everything to do with sponsorship concerns.TIM FINCHEM: Some of the reaction focuses on the sensation that in some way this is a political exercise, and it is not that in any method, shape or type.