Clubs are rethinking their approach to locker-room design, with equal parts emphasis on function, style and creating open and welcoming gathering spots.
Snack bars, halfway houses and comfort stations are being designed to be much more than just places for making quick pit stops and grabbing fast-food bites.
Members and guests are raising a glass to how clubs are showcasing upgraded wine rooms and wine cellars as spirited new gathering spaces.
An uptick in recreational activities prompted the Chatham, N.J. club to give its new facility a full makeover, complete with comfortable surroundings.
As the wave of catch-up renovation projects continues at a lively pace for clubs that emerged unscathed from the recession, management has recognized that Involving membership from start to end in all key aspects of renovation decision-making isn’t just a method of people-pleasing, but an essential part of the process, to ensure that members’ voices…
Shops with fresh design approaches and new strategies for maximizing merchandising effectiveness have exciting success stories to tell.
It’s prime season for showing off updated outdoor gathering spots.
Rethinking kitchen-flow design patterns for each of its clubhouses has helped Forest Highlands GC boost staff efficiency and member satisfaction, and expand year-round business levels.
Outdoor dining and drinking spots need to not only look inviting, but work efficiently, too.
Burlingame CC’s new lobby/bar makes the right first impression by combining “mountain elegance” with welcoming “Wows.”
Permanent pavilions can help to extend life outside the clubhouse walls, while still offering a breath of fresh air for management, members and guests.
Catering to the changing business needs of members and guests has spawned inventive approaches to providing meeting and event space at club and resort properties.
The changing needs of its residential club members drove BallenIsles Country Club to transform its clubhouse locker rooms into “lifestyle and relaxation” space.
Club and resort properties are showering members and guests with more out-of-the-water amenities to enhance their pool experience, including refreshed locker rooms, bath houses and pool-deck dining spots.
The golf staff (pictured above) at The Dunes Golf & Beach Club hasn’t had much time to sit and relax since opening its renovated shop in March. “I always knew that with better fixtures, lighting and fresh new space, sales would improve,” says Head Golf Professional Dennis Nicholl, PGA (far right). “I never imagined they…