More and more public courses and facilities seem to be realizing they need to be more club- and resort-like to attract new business.
Properties are heeding members’ requests for more elaborate, top-notch pool facilities, with projects that range from cosmetic updates to full-fledged, resort-style renovations. As one of the most ubiquitous components of club and resort life, pools are the bread and butter for many facilities. But once pools begin to degrade and no longer represent the lifestyle […]
The $8 million renovation has already made the facility “a major attraction for new members,” reports General Manager Jessi Reutter. A second phase of facility enhancements, a $5 million clubhouse renovation that will focus on main dining facilities and expansion of outdoor social gathering areas, is scheduled for the summer of 2018.
The San Angelo, Texas property is the featured facility among four private clubs that will be recognized through the 2017 United States Tennis Association awards as part of the organization’s semi-annual meeting, to be held in New York in September, in conjuction with the U.S. Open. Others recognized among private facilities include Cape Fear CC, Dataw Island Club Tennis Center, and Overland Park Racquet Club.
Careful execution of a two-phase master plan to revamp dining venues and create a new stand-alone Family Activity Center at Cape Fear CC has boosted F&B sales, sparked a new membership wave, and brought the generations together at North Carolina’s oldest private club.
The three-hole short course will be christened on May 2, and will be used by The First Tee of Greater Wilmington. The $1 million-plus renovation also includes multiple sets of tees, a short driving range, and a practice green.