After two years of restrictions and social distancing, clubs are welcoming members back with redesigned bars and pubs.
Golfers can indulge themselves at this centrally located turn station, designed with a nod to its rustic surroundings.
The Houston, Texas club hosted a Paint the Pool Party, which marked the final poolside event before kicking off a $29 million East End Improvement Project, which will coincide with the club’s 2023 centennial celebration.
Providing space for kids enables the youngest members to enjoy club amenities of their own design.
Strategic kitchen redesigns have helped club and resort chefs make optimal use of existing space and even totally rebrand their restaurants.
Clubs are getting ready for the new season with patios that promise to keep members outside and entertained.
The Long Island, N.Y. property was transformed from a luxurious private getaway owned by an oil tycoon into a premiere conference center and special events space, complete with fine dining and guest accommodations.
Clubs are pulling off their pool covers with refreshed digs, as they gear up for another run of record-breaking usage.
Pro shops are becoming more member-friendly with restructured floor plans and space for additional amenities.
As guests and members extend their visits, facilities put out the welcome mat with lodging amenities that offer a true home-away-from-home feel.
The property set in the Sonoran Desert has played up its natural surroundings to bring a more modern look and feel to its indoor meeting space.
Indoor golf training facilities boost off-season bookings, with revamped spaces that offer instruction, club fittings and more.
Helping to frame the main entry of the West End, N.C. club’s renovated 16,600-sq. ft. clubhouse, the 370-sq. ft. space, despite its small footprint, makes a bold statement and affords ample storage in an intimate, sophisticated setting. “This [room] was put in place to maximize the space and is essentially the centerpiece of the clubhouse,”…
Repositioned layouts have allowed club kitchens to boost productivity, from prep to plate, while accommodating a variety of new ways to provide food-and-beverage service.
Club fitness centers are flexing their muscles with revamped spaces for group-exercise classes and private training that also accommodate social-distancing concerns.