Partnership dispute ends plans for golf course at Oheka Castle

A spokeswoman for Oheka says the deal between Gary Melius, golf legend Jack Nicklaus and a developer fell through because of a dispute in the partnership.

A spokeswoman for Oheka says the deal between Gary Melius, golf legend Jack Nicklaus and a developer fell through because of a dispute in the partnership. (8/19/16)

HUNTINGTON - News 12 Long Island has learned that the plan for a Jack Nicklaus golf course at Oheka Castle is dead.

A spokeswoman for Oheka says the deal between Gary Melius, golf legend Jack Nicklaus and a developer fell through because of a dispute in the partnership.

The plan was to transform Oheka and the Cold Spring Country Club into "one of the finest golf courses in the world.”

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