The half-million dollar project will see a reconstruction of the greens, most of the traps, several tee boxes, and fairways.
A half-million dollar project to renovate the tees and greens at The Country Club of Coral Springs (Fla.) has begun by Professional Turf Maintenance. The project will consist of a complete reconstruction of the greens, most of the traps, several tee boxes, and fairways.
Golf course architect Arthur Hill is consulting the club on the renovations.
The club has not seen a restoration of this magnitude since it opened more than 40 years ago. September 2012 is the expected completion date.
“This is an exciting time for the club and we look forward to reopening to serve our members and guests as the best country club in South Florida,” said PGA Class A Professional and General Manager Bill Friesing.
The course, clubhouse and Mixed Grill will remain open to the public throughout the renovation. A nominal cart fee of $12.00 for guests and $8 for members for unlimited holes during the renovation will be offered. Members will have reciprocal access to more than 20 local clubs throughout the local area.