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Monday, January 13, 2020

What a Difference a Decade Makes

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        We are set to publish our first Home On The Course newsletter of the new decade, and it is one of our most feature-packed communications of the last decade. We look back at the years that followed the Great Recession and the effects it had on the development of golf communities, and on the game of golf itself. We look at how the industry has slowly recovered and how, because of the millions of baby boomers still retiring every day, homes in golf communities are getting harder to find, and more expensive (both the relatively few new ones and resales). At any one time, Myrtle Beach, SC, is a good indicator for the strength – or weakness -- of golf community sales, and we demonstrate that all indications are that the scale is currently tilted toward strong.
        All that and more in the January edition of Home On The Course. Subscribe here for free.

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Larry Gavrich

This blog was conceived and is published by me, Larry Gavrich, a former corporate communications executive who founded HomeOnTheCourse, LLC, in 2005.  Our firm advises baby boomers and others seeking a lifestyle in which golf is a major component.  My wife Connie and I own a home in Connecticut (not on a golf course) and a condo at Pawleys Plantation in Pawleys Island, SC, on a Jack Nicklaus layout.  We began our search for our home on the course more than 15 years ago, and the challenges of the search inspired me to research golf communities and write objective reviews of them.


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