The Coral Gables, Fla., club is building a 60,000-sq. ft., two-story clubhouse that will feature an 8,000-sq. ft. fitness center, an aquatic complex with a 25-meter lap pool and family pool, and a 6,000-sq. ft. event room that will accommodate 400 members. The project is expected to be complete by fall 2019.
Innovative presentations in an inviting environment provided a one-of-a-kind experience at C&RB’s Ninth Annual Chef to Chef Conference.
The Pacific Palisades, Calif., golf course is part of a revised bid to bring the Games to Los Angeles, replacing the previously proposed Wilson Golf Course. The International Olympic Committee will decide on a 2024 venue in September 2017, and will also vote on the long-term fate of golf in the Games.
As turf changes at golf course properties across the country, so are the mowing inputs required to keep new grasses in top condition.
The Coral Gables, Fla., property reopened its golf course on January 30, featuring new Celebration Bermudagrass, a new irrigation system, a two-acre lake, greens rebuilt to USGA specifications, re-contoured fairways, and native plants in place of non-native foliage.
The project will be the first major renovation since 1993 of the Coral Gables, Fla. course, which was originally designed by Donald Ross.