Plantation Palms celebrates North Canal project completion

Plantation Palms had a ribbon cutting last week to celebrate the completion of a project to address an erosion problem in the community. The $2.99 million project — approximately 1,700 feet long — involved stabilizing the community’s North Canal. The work included installing Gabion baskets along the ditch sides, and a rip-rap lining the bottom, according to a Pasco County document. The … [Read more...]

Plantation Palms Golf Club is in the swing of things

Golf is teeing off again at Plantation Palms Golf Club. After two years of uncertainty over the fate of the golf course and adjoining restaurant, owners of Ace Golf are ready to reopen the four-star Golf Digest golf course to club members on Nov. 30, and to the public on Dec. 5. The on-site restaurant, Mulligans Irish Pub, opened to the public in October, according to a news release from … [Read more...]

Plantation Palms golf course to reopen

After a hiatus of more than two years, activities are expected to begin again at the Plantation Palms Golf Course. A new owner took possession on May 16 and plans to get the golf course’s fairways and greens ready for use within a few months. Bill Place, owner of Ace Golf Inc., bought the golf course and clubhouse for about $700,000 in a short sale approved by the U.S. Department of Justice. … [Read more...]

Golf may be back in play at Plantation Palms

Plantation Palms Golf Course could reopen within coming months, according to posts on a Facebook page and an online blog created by a residents’ group, Project Bring Back Our Course. A potential buyer, Rocky Morgan of GSP Business Alliance, is nearing a deadline to buy the closed golf course, located within Plantation Palms subdivision, off Collier Parkway. In a telephone interview, Rob … [Read more...]

Homeowners worry about value drain from golf course

In the three months since the links at Plantation Palms Golf Club closed, a homeowners association has been left powerless, and confused neighbors listen to any rumor they can about the fate of the 156-acre course. A small party tent, which once provided shade to golfers near the clubhouse, now sits neglected, its dirty canopy flapping in the wind. Equipment that used to keep the greens … [Read more...]