Renovations will include an expanded indoor/outdoor bar and restaurant, as well as opening up the upscale dining room. Family-centric plans call for a new Family Activity Center that will include youth-oriented facilities and a new fast-casual family dining area.
At its annual meeting on December 20, the membership of Greensboro (N.C.) Country Club approved a $14.3 million renovation to the club’s Irving Park campus.
The renovation will include a new resort-style pool complex with various social and recreational features, including an expanded pool deck area, additional pool space and a child’s splash pad area.
With families at the forefront, the renovation plan calls fora new Family Activity Center that will include youth-oriented facilities and a new fast-casual family dinig area on the two-level building, complete with covered patio dining and an open-air terrace overlooking the golf course.
One of the most popular spots at the club—the outdoor restaurant named the Donald Ross Terrace—will be completely replaced with an expanded footprint to create an indoor/outdoor dynamic and engaging bar and dining experience.
The upscale dining room will be renovated to open up the room, incorporating views of the golf course and new pool complex. The club also plans to enhance the outdoor terrace and create a new, intimate wine room.
A parking area has been included as a priority component of the renovation plan, as well.
C&RB featured Greensboro Country Club as it celebrated its centennial in 2009. (https://clubandresortbusiness.com/starting-a-new-century-of-change-at-greensboro-country-club/)