Constructed in the shingle-style of architecture, the clubhouse design was inspired by the original buildings of the old estate, which been converted to one of the country’s finest golf facilities. The building’s multi-floor structure consists of a steel frame skeleton with wood frame infill. Custom fabrications create a lodge-like feel and include beams, windows, doors, and interior millwork throughout. Club members and guests have use of two dining rooms, lounging areas, locker and spa facilities and outdoor patios with views of the golf course. This was the final of nine buildings built at the golf facility.
Architect: Shope Reno Wharton Architects