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Planning records indicate changes in and around Augusta National Golf Club

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Significant additions appear to be on the horizon for Augusta National Golf Club, according to development documents submitted to Augusta-Richmond County. Projects include a new patron hub, clearing part of a subdivision near the parking area, grading of the former grocery store site across the str...

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  1. I could not help but snicker to myself when I read that Richmond County, who wanted to cut down all trees at one site, wanted The Augusta National to resubmit a plan because they were going to cut down some trees on their site. Richmond County wanted assurance that trees were going to be added to offset the one razed. Really?

  2. Yes, what a joke. How many trees has Aug Nat planted along Washington Road and surrounding areas? Just Augusta politics. Politicians trying to flex their perceived muscles. Aug Nat will do it right.

  3. What a beautiful place to see trees, flowers and magnificent landscaping covering every inch of that place and no one needs to tell them they need an extra tree anywhere. No doubt someone is trying to put them in their place!

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