Most golf courses around the world have some things in common: they are usually built on hundreds of acres of beautiful land with hills, trees, water, sand, manicured lawns, people with disposable incomes, and a pro shop for last-minute supplies. What do they look like when they are turned into refugee camps?
I recently played at Torrey Pines golf course in La Jolla, California, the site of several major golf tournaments. Every famous golfer has played there. It looks over the Pacific Ocean, and every TV angle includes views of the water in the background and hang gliders launching right next to one of the fairways. It’s one of the [...]