The upgrades to the golf course include new drainage and bunker-white sand, new bridges, and a redesigned driving range and practice complex. The club also renovated its junior pool, added a new pool deck, updated furniture, and built a new golfer’s lounge, a wrap-around bar and wine bar.
The Country Club of St. Albans (Mo.) has completed a $3.5 million upgrade to both of its 18-hole golf courses and its clubhouse, the St. Louis Business Journal reported.
The course improvements, which totaled approximately $3 million, include the addition of new drainage and bunker-white sand, new bridges, and a redesigned driving range and practice complex. Club officials also spent $500,000 on improving the aquatic center and tennis facilities to include a renovated junior pool, new pool deck and furniture. Clubhouse improvements include a new golfer’s lounge, a wrap-around bar in the Lewis and Clark Grill and a wine bar, the Business Journal reported.
The project, first announced in late 2014, was financed through funding from Montgomery Bank and from member assessments, the Business Journal reported.