Golf course improvements to coincides with a $15 million clubhouse renovation and expansion project.
The membership at Addison Reserve Country Club, Delray Beach, Fla., has just approved by an 87% majority vote, restoration to its three nine-hole golf courses.
These courses, originally designed by Arthur Hills, will undergo extensive fairway and rough improvements to include new turf and some aesthetic improvements. The first 18 holes will be completed by November 2011; the last 9 holes will be refurbished in the spring and summer of 2012. The enhancements will improve course playability, while at the same time produce a turf that is more resilient to the South Florida climate.
The golf course improvements will coincide with a $15 million Clubhouse renovation and expansion project that is already underway. The Clubhouse is expected to be complete in late 2011 or early 2012.