If Marin County can raise the funds to acquire the San Geronimo Valley Golf Course from the trust that has signed an agreement to buy the land, the 18 holes would be history.   David Briggs

If the county can raise the funds to purchase it, the San Geronimo Golf Course will be dismantled and the land converted to open space or a park that will allow trails to connect all of the villages of the San Geronimo Valley. That is the vision of a San Francisco-based nonprofit that has signed an agreement to . . .

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