Under new owner Colin Dunwoody, the Palm City, Fla. property is now known as the Crane Watch Club. Following the December sale, the club was closed for approximately eight weeks for extensive renovation work to the golf course, irrigation system, kitchen and clubhouse.
The Evergreen Club in Palm City, Fla. was purchased in December and will now be known as the Crane Watch Club. Led by the new owner, industry veteran Colin Dunwoody, the management team includes: General Manager Dave Salerno, Head Golf Professional Frank Dobbs PGA, Golf Course Superintendent Christopher Thatcher, and Executive Chef Dennis Zasoski.
The club was closed for approximately eight weeks for extensive renovation work to the golf course, irrigation system, kitchen and clubhouse. Work on the course included nursing the greens back to health, adding new sand to the bunkers, purchasing new maintenance equipment and a new fleet of Club Car golf carts with Lithium battery technology.
During this period the course was open for member play only and in the first week of February, CWC was opened to non-member play.
CWC also hired architect James Cervone to evaluate and develop a master plan to further enhance the playability of the layout, which has been part of the Martin County golf scene since the late 1970s. An integral part of the master plan—which included a much-needed short game practice area—is nearing completion.
CWC has developed a new website, which allow golfers to reserve tee times at any time. Joining the e-mail club will provide the latest updates, newsletters, etc.
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