The Los Angeles Country Club has foregone its bid to build a 166-foot high fence after the owners of the former Robinsons-May site in Beverly Hills agreed not to hold course operators liable for any damage caused by stray golf balls, the Los Angeles Business Journal reports. The deal came before a Chinese developer purchased the former department store site.
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