The Naples, Fla. club updated the space as part of its “multimillion-dollar, multi-phase renovation.” The ceiling has been raised and is accented with wooden beams and crown moldings. New windows, doors, flooring and lighting were added, as was a Tournament Operations office. Renovations for the facility began on May 1.
Vineyards Country Club in Naples, Fla. announced the completion and reopening of its newly renovated golf pro shop, the Naples Daily News reported.
“Our pro shop is one of the most technologically advanced, well-appointed and updated golf shops in the area,” said Paul Malonson, Vineyards Country Club Chief Operating Officer. “In keeping with our commitment to excellence, our tenured staff is dedicated to making sure our members enjoy their time here at Vineyards, and we also carry only the golf industry’s best products.”
The 1,200 sq. ft. pro shop was redesigned and updated as part of Vineyards Country Club’s multi-million-dollar, multi-phase renovation efforts, the Daily News reported. The ceiling has been raised from 10 feet to approximately 18 feet and is accented with wooden beams and crown moldings. New windows, doors, flooring and lighting create a brighter, more open atmosphere. To better utilize the facility’s merchandising capabilities and displays, the counter was moved to a different location within the golf shop.
A new Tournament Operations office was added, and a merchandising office was renovated with new cabinets and countertops, the Daily News reported. The stock room was reconfigured to maximize the square footage for storage and arrivals of new merchandise. Renovations for the facility began on May 1.
The Golf Shop features a full range of products and services for golfers, including leading brands of golf apparel, shoes, balls, and golf accessories, the Daily News reported. Vineyards Country Club’s staff works closely with myriad golf club manufacturers and special order items are also available for members.
The golf pro shop is managed by Director of Golf Tom Metzger, whose tenure with Vineyards Country Club spans 24 years, the Daily News reported. Head Golf Professional Tim Gaadt, Club Teaching Professional Paul Boland, Assistant Golf Professional Mike Pearson, and Merchandiser Sandy McClain—also a 24-year Vineyards Country Club employee—round out the club’s pro shop staff.
Vineyards Country Club’s entire renovation project is scheduled for completion in early 2020, the Daily News reported.