DAVID TOMS: I'd like to see more of that, rather than dumping millions of dollars into a virgin piece of property that you don't know what it's going to turn out like. At least you know when you redo a golf course, at least you know what you're dealing with as far as the trees are already there and established; you know what kind of conditions you'll get and what the growing conditions are like on the golf course; and you know the things that you don't like about the existing course, whether it's a bunker here or there or a slope in the green. You know the holes that don't play particularly well and the ones that need to be redone. I think that's a lot easier than going out and starting from scratch and you're not really sure how a course is going to play.
I'd love to be involved in the redo of a golf course. I think that's a really good way to do it, and to be able to come in and do places like here or even East Lake, for example, where we went in and kind of cleaned up the neighborhood and have a great golf course there now. I think every time they've done it has been a huge success, and why it's not done more, I don't know.
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