If nothing else, we learned two important lessons from 2020:
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• You better enjoy your house, because there’s the potential for spending a whole lot of time there.
• And golf is the perfect sport for a pandemic, one in which there’s a masterful combination of activity, fresh air and social distancing.
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So on the off chance we ever have to suffer through another year like the last, why not be in a place you love while having access to a game that makes you happy?
With all this in mind, we present you with a number of golf course properties currently on the market — places where you can work on your game, but also take solace after ringing up an ugly number. MORE:
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