The city of Louisville, Ky., has issued a building permit for work on the 15,000-sq. ft. clubhouse. The project will include various interior improvements and a 1,580-sq. ft. raised concrete patio addition.
The city of Louisville, Ky., has issued a building permit for work to improve the clubhouse at Valhalla Golf Club, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported.
The course is owned by an affiliate of the PGA. C&RB focused on the club in its September 2014 cover feature, “A New Dawn for Valhalla GC.” In C&RB’s cover story, General Manager Keith Reese, PGA, indicated that the club would be “looking at several [facility improvement] projects over the next five years” to help to expand food-and-beverage service for Valhalla members and also to make it possible for larger functions, meetings and events to be held on site.
The permit, which was issued September 21, said that the clubhouse, which has about 15,000 sq. ft. of space, is in line for various interior improvements and for a 1,580-sq. ft. raised concrete patio addition. A separate permit will be required for some electrical work, the Courier-Journal reported.
The 30-year-old course was developed by the Gahm family and designed by noted golfer Jack Nicklaus. Valhalla has been the site of three PGA Championships, two Senior PGA Championships and the 2008 Ryder Cup, the Courier-Journal reported.
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