Expected to be complete by late October, the project at the Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., property’s Sunrise Golf Course will include a complete bunker renovation, the expansion of tee boxes, the replacement of fairway grass and golf cart paths, and the addition of drainage to the rough areas.
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The grand opening on November 21 marked the final phase of the Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. club’s $40 million enhancement project. The new facilities include the two-story Esplanade Spa and Fitness Center with a health-conscious café, Revive; separate lap-swimming, children’s and fitness pools; and a dedicated building for tennis operations that includes a covered viewing patio for viewing exhibitions and competitive matches.
The Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., property’s clubhouse increased in size by almost 50%, with new furnishings and finishes throughout. Additions include Solstice, an 80-seat fine dining restaurant; Upstairs Bar & Lounge, which will be used for pre-function cocktails and hors d’oeuvres; an expanded ballroom; and first- and second-story dining patios overlooking the golf facilities.
Canoe Brook CC was named 2015 Club of the Year and its Director of Golf, George Dietz II, earned the section’s Bill Strausbaugh Award. David Reasoner of The Ridgewood Country Club was named Golf Professional of the Year. For the Florida chapter, Jeff Hartigan of The Oaks Club will now serve as President.
The Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., club has renovated and reoriented the practice range, short-game facility and putting greens at the 36-hole property. An additional phase that will update the clubhouse will debut in March 2016.