It was a year ago that the Dallas Golf Club, one of the most popular clubs in the city, was taken over by the Dallas Mavericks for $5 billion.
But now, the club is going bankrupt, and it has left the city with a big hole in its finances.
That hole is expected to reach $5.6 billion when all is said and done.
As a result, the Dallas buyers club is facing bankruptcy.
The club has been struggling to survive the collapse of the Texas golf industry, which has shrunk since the end of last year.
In a press conference, a Dallas lawyer explained why the club was taking a hit: The club was not only a major beneficiary of the growth of golf in the metro area, but it also had a substantial interest in that growth.
And we think that the loss of that club is a big one for the city.
In the press conference last month, attorney Joe Hultgren called the club’s demise a “death blow” to Dallas’ golf scene.
“It’s a loss for Dallas, and a big loss for the community, for the golf industry in the state of Texas, and that’s why we’re here,” Hultren said.
The Dallas Golf Course, the city’s largest course, closed its doors this week and the club will be turned into a private club.
The owner of the club has yet to be named.
The news of the Dallas buy-out came as no surprise.
The golf course is owned by private investors and has been plagued by debt for years.
It was built in the mid-1970s and was the largest golf course in the world until it was taken down by the recession in the early 2000s.
It is also one of a handful of large golf courses in the Dallas area that have not been able to pay back the loans.
“I’m not going to speculate, but I think it’s pretty safe to say that it’s a huge loss for Texas golf,” said Chris Williams, a member of the board of the City of Dallas Golf Alliance.
“The city of Dallas has had a history of trying to improve the conditions for the business, and there was no reason for the club to continue in that situation.”
According to a letter sent to the Dallas city council in March, the golf course was unable to raise additional capital to repay the loans because of the economic downturn.
And the club only has enough money left to continue operating until the end.
“If you look at what’s happened over the past 10 years, it’s not been the best for the clubs and I think for the citizens of Dallas,” said Craig Fuhrman, who chairs the Dallas golf club board.
“We are very disappointed in this outcome and will be taking all necessary actions to find a solution.”
He added, “We don’t want to get into the weeds of it.”
The Dallas golf course has struggled to keep up with the demands of a rapidly changing landscape.
According to the Golf Course Alliance, there are more than 500,000 golf courses across the U.S. That includes more than 7,000 in Texas alone.
The association’s CEO, David Nolte, said the Dallas club’s troubles were compounded by the city and the surrounding area’s inability to make money from the courses.
“There’s a lot of people in the golf business that don’t know that the state government is looking at golf, and we are just waiting on the federal government to do something,” Noltes said.
“When that’s not happening, it becomes really difficult.”
The club is the latest in a long line of golf-related losses that have impacted the city in recent years.
Last year, the state legislature passed a law that reduced the number of holes allowed at the state’s golf courses.
A new law will also make it harder for state parks to build golf courses, and the state will also end the practice of selling state-owned property to private owners.
That means more holes will be needed in the future for parks to fill up.
And it will also mean more opportunities for people to come into the city to play golf.
A recent report from the Texas Department of State Parks said the number one issue impacting golf courses is rising property values.
The report says that the median price of a property in Texas has increased by an average of $1,100 per acre since 1990.
The number of golf courses that have closed has grown by more than 20 percent over the last decade.
It’s not just the city that has had trouble with the decline of the golf market.
The Texas Department for Transportation recently released a report that found that the average cost of driving from Dallas to Houston had increased by $300 per year since 2010.
As of last week, the average price of gas for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline was $3.30.
That’s up from $2.80 in 2008. “This has