Revitalizing Prince George's Lake Arbor

After years of being neglected, Lake Arbor Golf Club is under new ownership and the new owner is prepared to do what it takes to get the Prince George's community back to the course.

In an extended interview with David Betancourt, Lake Arbor owner Hercules O. Pitts said he tells people it is a course in the middle of a community, but it's not a community golf course. What do you think the Lake Arbor owner needs to do to improve the course. Does price or quality motivate you when it comes to choosing a golf course?

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By Laura Cochran |  May 4, 2006; 8:31 AM ET  | Category: 
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