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 Posted: Thu Nov 1st, 2018 05:02 pm
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Nothing is resolved just the reels are very slow here. I hope I can give you a update soon

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Personally, for the time that I spend in San Carlos a driving range and an area with shade would be sufficient. Bonus would be a table and access to restaurant and bar service.I would use it daily.  The view is well worth it. 


The present 18 holes I only play occasionally and only for the vistas- I am not a serious golfer. I enjoy and use the pool and palapa/bar and  the driving range.  One of my favorite places to chill out in San Carlos.


Down size to a well managed and maintained nine holes par three course? sure, I would play more. With dwindling top soil from the flash floods and lack of water anything more I would not expect.


I have no comments on what the owner should or should not do. It appears that each year there are less and less people golfing and more and more local families using the pool. 

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I cant imagine trying to maintain 18 holes of golf in a town with the water issues we have.

I recently read an article about golf courses in the US that stated the number of golf courses closing has been higher than openings for 12 straight years. About 175 golf courses closed in 2017, as opposed to 25 new openings.

The interest in golf peaked in 2000 and has steadily dwindled since then. Rather surprising, given the aging trends in the US and Canada.

Let's face it. Pickleball has taken over this town. It's cheap and it's active and you dont have to ignore the poor fairways (although they dont look too bad right now).

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Just a update, a wall is build at the left side from the Royal Country Club. There is no entrance to the 11th Fairway and of course no Road can be build in to the Fairway. I hope the people who paid Lenny a lot of money for this lots will get there money back or join us with the Fraud charges against him

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Please post a photo of the wall.  Thank you. 

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the egress & ingress roads from beltones are privately owned.

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Aleman69, has the fraud case been filed? If so has any progress been made?
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Progress in the courts in Mexico is a misnomer. I speak from experience.

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All I can say, its work in process

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there are 3 tiers in the state level court system. municipal, tribunal, superior! each court judgement can be appealed and move to the next level, finally reaching the state superior court! it can then go to the federal superior court for the final judgement!
it take years to get from point (A) to (B) the final judgement!

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It's been some time since we've played golf in San Carlos.  I seem to remember that the bridge shown in the background of the photo in post 66 was the access between 10 green and 11 tee.  Is that no longer the case?

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They Royal Country Club closed with the wall the illegal entrance to the 11 Fairway. If you think that Leonard Leo Manson will stop, no now he is trying to buy a lot attached to the 11 Fairway to make a development.


Lenny what happen to all the People who buy Golf course front Property and now you try to sell Lots in front of them ? You are going to do this to all the Fairway or you screw only a few People ? We know you read this messages maybe you can answer one time honestly

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The Wall was partly illegal destroyed. I hope the Royal Country Club files criminal charges against the Person who ordered the destruction of other peoples property. Send this crazy Person to Jail. 

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