Renovations of the Boynton Beach, Fla. property’s South course, originally designed by Joe Lee and opened in 1974, will include the practice area and will be executed by Bobby Weed Golf Design. Work will begin in April, with a tentative reopening scheduled for November. The club’s second course is also slated for eventual renovation.
Quail Ridge Country Club, located in Boynton Beach, Fla., has selected Bobby Weed Golf Design to redesign its South course. Following the successful unveiling of a new $23 million clubhouse in late 2017, the South course is the first of the two courses at Quail Ridge slated for renovation.
Originally built by Joe Lee, the South Course opened in 1974. The renovations, which also will include the practice area, will begin in April, with a tentative reopening scheduled in November.
“Quail Ridge has an enthusiastic and active membership that loves golf,” said Bobby Weed. “The improvements at the South course will provide a new, contemporary finish to last the next several decades.
“The work will create visual contrast with reduced turf areas, lower profile and subtler green complexes, and clustered bunkering that adds strategic options, all providing style and depth,” Weed added.
“The Society of Seniors originated at Quail Ridge and the membership has a number of good golfers on its rolls,” Weed continued. “Designing for a discerning audience is always engaging and why we are in the business.”
Quail Ridge will be the featured as the cover story in Club & Resort Business’ March 2019 issue.