Eric Marsh spent about $350,000 eight years to install tee boxes, boulders, fire cauldrons, the putting green, a sport court and an infinity-edge pool. The Fire Ridge homeowners association sued Marsh four years ago, saying his development strayed from approved plans.
Marsh said he will continue to fight the case.
"I plan to do what I absolutely have to do," he said. "I'll stand my ground as long as I can."
According to Marsh's appeal, Fire Ridge officials haven't bothered to enforce neighborhood covenants on other homeowners.
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