Clubhouse improvements at the Noblesville, Ind., property focused primarily on expansion of the bar and patio area, while on the golf course, 84 bunkers were renovated using Capillary Concrete.
The Sagamore Club in Noblesville, Ind., has announced the completion of $1.4 million in clubhouse and course renovations. Since opening in 2003, Sagamore has been a popular choice for local golfers. Over the last several months, the club has heavily invested in improvements designed to make members more comfortable and improve the playing experience.
“We are thrilled to be able to give our members an improved experience at the club. We feel the improvements to the clubhouse will better align our clubhouse experience with our members’ needs; and the new capillary concrete bunkers make our golf course even better,” said Sagamore’s General Manager, Wes Marshall, PGA.
The clubhouse improvements have focused primarily on expansion of the bar and patio area. The entire area has been transformed to a casual, relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where families can enjoy lunch and dinner on the patio and adults can enjoy music and sports games in the bar. Renovations also included expanding the roof line over the patio, doubling the size of the bar, adding a state-of-the-art sound system with nine TVs, and new furnishings and flooring.
Additionally, the club has completely renovated 84 bunkers. Using a new product called Capillary Concrete, the bunkers will provide a more consistent playing surface throughout the year. The cement-based polymer material facilitates drainage, while the new “Pro-angle sand” provides members with PGA Tour-quality bunkers. These renovations have improved the playability and appearance, along with reducing the amount of labor and material needed to repair bunkers after significant rain events.