Keys Gate Country Club in Homestead is in shabby condition. Pictured here is how the course looked like until about three weeks ago. Complaints began to pour in shortly after Rosen bought the course last year and shut it down. Now, the fairways are now being mowed. Wayne Rosen says he will restore it, in part with Community Development Block Grant money.
Keys Gate Country Club in Homestead is in shabby condition. Pictured here is how the course looked like until about three weeks ago. Complaints began to pour in shortly after Rosen bought the course last year and shut it down. Now, the fairways are now being mowed. Wayne Rosen says he will restore it, in part with Community Development Block Grant money.
Keys Gate Country Club in Homestead is in shabby condition. Pictured here is how the course looked like until about three weeks ago. Complaints began to pour in shortly after Rosen bought the course last year and shut it down. Now, the fairways are now being mowed. Wayne Rosen says he will restore it, in part with Community Development Block Grant money.

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