The Palm Coast, Fla. club’s renovated 40,000-sq. ft. clubhouse features a state-of-the-art health and fitness center with advanced technology and oceanfront views. The Links Clubhouse, which overlooks the expansive croquet lawn, also boasts a renovated formal dining room and a casual bar and grill, the Dunes Tavern, with outdoor dining and an open-concept kitchen.
After an extensive three-year expansion project, member-owned and operated Hammock Dunes Club in Palm Coast, Fla., recently unveiled a redesigned oceanfront clubhouse. The new facility, the Links Clubhouse, has expanded in size with the addition of a 5,500 sq.-ft. state-of the-art fitness center, a renovated formal dining room and a casual bar and grill with outdoor dining and an open concept kitchen, known as the Dunes Tavern.
The new clubhouse was revealed to the Hammock Dunes membership during a private celebration on May 3.
The 40,000 square-foot Links Clubhouse is positioned along the Atlantic Ocean and overlooks the club’s croquet lawn, which is home to one of the largest croquet associations in the state of Florida, and the 18th hole of the Links Course designed by golf course architect, Tom Fazio. The clubhouse enhancement project underscores the club’s long-term commitment to health and wellness and innovation.
“Our dedication to growth and member satisfaction at Hammock Dunes Club is an underlying theme in everything we do at the property,” said Jesse Thorpe, general manager chief operating officer at Hammock Dunes Club. “At Hammock Dunes, we see health and wellness as a key contributor to growth and understand that golf alone is not enough to attract new members. As such, we are investing millions into new health and fitness initiatives and creating programming that will appear to a wide variety of ages and interests. The club is growing and we invite guests to take a look at the experience we are creating in Palm Coast.”
In addition to the new fitness center, Hammock Dunes Club launched a full program of on-demand and personalized fitness instruction, including spinning, yoga, weight training and aqua aerobics, which is led by the club’s health and fitness director, Walter Sam. A fitness app allows members to schedule these classes ahead of time. A new spin studio and fitness instructor were also added and have been popular additions since the fitness center recently opened to its members in March.
The new clubhouse will complement the club’s Creek Clubhouse and golf experience at Hammock Dunes. Hammock Dunes Club includes two 18-hole layouts, the Links Course designed by Tom Fazio and the Creek Course designed by Rees Jones.