The Greensboro (N.C.) Country Club plans to invest $11 million to update its golf courses and facilities during its centennial year. Plans include a $6 million redesign of the Farm House Course by British architect Donald Steel and a $5 million update to the downtown Irving Park property, including an expansion of the fitness center and new women’s and men’s locker rooms.
“Our goal is to give our club and its two locations, downtown and on the city’s perimeter, the best combination of club facilities in the Carolinas and, with the new course, raise our status both regionally and nationally,” said Davy Davidson, the club’s President, in an article in The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area.
The Farm Course will lengthen from 6,914 yards and par 71 to 7,376 yards and par 72, with five new reshaped holes as the centerpiece. All 18 holes will receive new tee boxes, green complexes and other adjustments to fairways and greens. The course is expected to open with the new layout in October.
Greensboro CC will be featured later this year in a Club & Resort Business property profile.
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