Golfers play the third hole Thursday at Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina. The owners plan to sell the course to a developer. Because of town regulations, only 40 percent of Crooked Creek’s 160 acres would be developed into roads and houses.
Golfers play the third hole Thursday at Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina. The owners plan to sell the course to a developer. Because of town regulations, only 40 percent of Crooked Creek’s 160 acres would be developed into roads and houses. sshaw@newsobserver.com
Golfers play the third hole Thursday at Crooked Creek Golf Club in Fuquay-Varina. The owners plan to sell the course to a developer. Because of town regulations, only 40 percent of Crooked Creek’s 160 acres would be developed into roads and houses. sshaw@newsobserver.com

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