Phase 1 of the project included a new member’s lounge overlooking the ninth hole and Tualatin River, an expanded Grille, and updates to the ballroom and lobby in the clubhouse. An upcoming phase will make improvements to the clubhouse’s lower level to match the new design features, and develop an upgraded private dining and meeting room.
Tualatin (Ore.) Country Club (TCC) completed a $3 million Clubhouse Enhancement Project in June. This is the club’s second clubhouse remodel since the building was built in 1969.
Founded in 1912, Tualatin CC is the fourth-oldest golf club in Oregon.
“Continuing to upgrade our clubhouse and facilities to meet the demands of a diverse membership base is important to our members and Board,” said General Manager Greg McMurray. “It’s important that TCC provide an exceptional golf and social experience for our members, their families and guests.”
Phase 1 of the clubhouse enhancement included a new member’s lounge overlooking the ninth hole and Tualatin River, an expanded Grille, and updates to the ballroom and lobby in the clubhouse.
“It’s exciting to see our members and their guests enjoying the newly renovated clubhouse,” said club President, Steve Segiun. “The upgraded amenities and spaces will help meet the demands of our growing membership.”
In Phase 2, TCC will make improvements to the lower level of the clubhouse to match the new design features, as well as developing an upgraded private dining and meeting room.
After approval of the Clubhouse Enhancement Project back in the summer of 2019, TCC and its partners were quick to bring the project to completion even through the COVID-19 uncertainty.
The club partnered with the Portland-based design firm, DECA, and general contractor, Reimers & Jolivette to complete the work.