Will Tiger Woods’ Old Golf Course in Anaheim Become a Great Park?
Carts whirl around the grounds of Dad Miller Golf Course in Anaheim on a recent Saturday afternoon. Bent at the knees, a golfer swings his putter and sends a shot toward the hole. The ball tumbles to the left before coming to a stop. He walks over and tries again; this time, the ball curves before finally sinking into the hole. But there may be no future swings for golfers at Dad Miller. A decades-long presence in the city, the 18-hole public golf course, like many others, is failing to attract a new generation of players to the sport, prompting Anaheim to look at possibly converting it into a 100-acre park with sports fields.
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