Once the banks get hold of a property, they rarely keep up on the necessary maintenance. The bowling greens in Cortijo Cabrera being a well-known example (Unicaja, I think). Now, Macenas on Mojácar Playa, another victim of circumstance, bad planning or just 'the crisis', is facing a similar problem with its golf course after the banks, majority shareholders in the urbanisation, have apparently refused to continue to pay the water company to keep the greens refreshed.
As the Tourist Authority in Almería talks about 'golf tourism' and the Junta de Andalucía groans about another five courses for our area once the foreign devils start bringing lolly in again, it's a shame to see Macenas go down the tube.
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