At a time of great societal change in attitudes towards African-Americans and Native Americans, I wanted to share one of my more memorable stories as a Staff Business Writer for Golfweek magazine. This story, dated June 1, 2002, highlighted the fascinating growth in golf course construction - and overall resort real estate development - by various tribes of Native Americans from coast to coast. Of course, casinos were as much a part of this growing new landscape where legal.
In 30 years of being a journalist, I've been paid to write thousands of stories. In the last 20 years, I've had the pleasure of being the leading writer for golf, private club and resort-style real estate, and my stories have been featured in more than 100 publications ranging from USA Today and the Orlando Sentinel newspapers to Golfweek magazine, and leading lifestyle magazines from the Robb Report to Unique Homes. But the following story published by the American Resort De
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