The results of a $3 million renovation of the club’s golf course was previewed on April 1, culminating the recovery from trees lost from a chemical used for broadleaf weed control three years earlier. A clubhouse renovation and new pool area are also expected to be completed this season for the 300-member club.
After a chemical used for broadleaf weed control led to the loss of over 2,000 trees, a long-overdue course renovation was begun that will include new bunkers and tees along with a new irrigation system and widening of fairways.
With a new golf professional and Executive Chef on staff, the 255-member, 18-hole facility is updating its offerings, including adding a new pro shop called Joe Hatch’s Golf Shop. Oliphant Golf will work on landscaping and a golf course redesign over the next few years, portions of the clubhouse have been renovated, and the dining menu has been overhauled.