Onion Creek golf club sues insurance company over flood-damaged property
|By Julie Chang, Austin American-Statesman|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The lawsuit also says that Greenwich has sent checks to the group for some of its claims after the floods, but those checks were returned for insufficient funds.
"This lawsuit represents the extraordinary effort that the
The group said it submitted claims in a timely manner.
The group is asking for more than
Calls and an email to
"In the days and weeks following the October wind, rain and flood storms, the club was a refuge for some in the
After the flood, the course reopened around Christmas with 18 of its 27 holes. The other nine holes are undergoing renovations and will not reopen until July. The rest of the holes will close in nine-hole phases after that until October for renovations.
The club, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, was founded by Masters champion
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