Built within the framework of the golf clubhouse, built in 1994, and the historic clubhouse, constructed in 1927, the project integrates modern amenities with materials and details that honor the architectural history of the original clubhouse. Working within the parameters of the nearly century-old existing clubhouse structure and utilities layout, without the benefit of as-built drawings, required creativity, flexibility and expert decision-making in the field.

The 6,500-square-foot golf club includes a re-designed bar and grill, a new full-service kitchen, a men’s lounge and expanded locker room. The clubhouse includes a large banquet space and pre-function area, the MacKenzie Bar, living room, boardroom, staff offices, relocated bathrooms and a full-service kitchen. The clubhouse hosts special events, golf tournaments and holiday celebrations year-round.

Building exteriors are finished with all new shingle siding and windows, while stone bases on the structures, columns and trellises ground the project in the site. An expansive new glass opening leads to a private terrace that links the clubhouse and golf club. The project also includes the renovation of the existing pool, and construction of a new pool house and snack building. On the completely redesigned interior, new fixtures, finishes and furnishings maintain the woodsy ambiance and period detailing of the original Craftsman building.