The Arlington, Texas property, now known as Shady Valley Country Club, implemented improvements that include new decor, expanded dining and social areas, a new communal table, and a media area featuring 70-inch televisions, with more renovations scheduled to be complete by Memorial Day. In honor of its 55th anniversary, new members can join for $55 over the course of 55 days.
In honor of its 55th anniversary, Shady Valley Golf Club has undergone a makeover that includes a name change to Shady Valley Country Club, the Fort Worth (Texas)-based Arlington Citizen-Journal reported.
Improvements to the Arlington, Texas club include new decor, expanded dining and social areas in the clubhouse, an expanded bar area overlooking the 18th green, a new communal table where guests can mingle, and a media area featuring 70-inch televisions, the Citizen-Journal reported.
General Manager Mike Billingsley said the new features create an open atmosphere for members and guests and offer a nice space for weddings and company presentations and meetings, the Citizen-Journal reported.
“We want our guests to feel like they’re in a home away from home,” Billingsley said.
Other renovations will include resort-style outdoor-pool features including cabanas, a poolside bar and sand volleyball court in the summer. Membership director Ashlin Siddall said those projects should be completed before Memorial Day weekend, the Citizen-Journal reported.
Schedule changes include regular happy hours, a Sunday family fun day, a year-round golf program for kids and “Crazy 8s” night golf, according to a news release. The club also will not change membership dues, but for 55 days, new members can join for $55, the Citizen-Journal reported.
“We wanted to rebrand for our 55th anniversary and remain an established part of Arlington,” Siddall said. “The new space is much more inviting and open.”