Radiation Gone, But Toxins Remain

Harbor Shores Golf Course in Benton Harbor, MI—site of the 2012 Senior PGA Championship—is built partially on the grounds of a WWII aircraft plant. The site also has been used as a manufacturing plant, a warehouse and an illegal dumping ground. The radiation, from the aircraft parts (I assume from illuminated dials), apparently has been eliminated. The EPA says, however, that it’ll take another fifty years to get rid of the solvents.

That’s one course where you want to make sure you don’t don’t stick a tee in your mouth.

Still, it looks beautiful, and it is on my “play sooner rather than later” list.

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