Warren Hartcorn, center, cheers after sinking a long putt at the Bonita Springs Golf & Country Club in Bonita Springs on Wednesday. The course, which is up for sale, has been embroiled in a battle between the owner of the course, Mike Miceli, and the civic association of homeowners neighboring the property. The course is zoned both as a golf course and for residential homes. The Bonita Springs City Council will decide on a city ordinance restraining development on golf courses.

Photo by ERIK KELLAR, Bonita Daily News

Warren Hartcorn, center, cheers after sinking a long putt at the Bonita Springs Golf & Country Club in Bonita Springs on Wednesday. The course, which is up for sale, has been embroiled in a battle between the owner of the course, Mike Miceli, and the civic association of homeowners neighboring the property. The course is zoned both as a golf course and for residential homes. The Bonita Springs City Council will decide on a city ordinance restraining development on golf courses.

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