Top 10 GolfNow Course Clubhouses
There’s much to be said about a golf course‘s clubhouse. While the focus of your round is undoubtedly on the course and its conditions, many outings are made more enjoyable by the time spent at the clubhouse and 19th hole. Here are 10 of the top GolfNow clubhouses in the game:
Barefoot Resort & Golf Club: Perhaps one of the top resorts in all of Myrtle Beach, the Barefoot Resort & Golf Club features a beautiful resort clubhouse that serves as the epicenter for the four courses on the property: the Norman Course, Love Course, Fazio Course and Dye Course.
Troon North Golf Club: The 37,000 square foot, full-service clubhouse has everything you need to make your stay at perhaps the top public course in Arizona an enjoyable one.
Indian Wells Golf Resort: The 36-hole resort outside of Los Angeles features a newly-renovated clubhouse, which was ultimately a $39 million, 53,000 square-foot project. The modern design includes a pro shop and unique underground utilities area.
The Highlands at Dove Mountain: In beautiful Marana, Ariz., the clubhouse at Dove Mountain’s The Highlands is a 45,000 square-foot structure that was designed to blend naturally with the Sonoran Desert landscape it sits on.
Bayonet and Black Horse: If you can’t get out on Pebble Beach or Cypress, Bayonet and Blackhorse is your next best destination. With stunning views of Monterey Bay comparable to the other more exclusive courses, the grill and clubhouse at Bayonet and Black Horse is the place to be.
TPC of Myrtle Beach: A sprawling clubhouse looms over one of the premier tracks in all of the Grand Strandy. The tour-caliber course was designed by local favorite Tom Fazio and the clubhouse matches the quality of the track.
Talamore Resort: Golf in the U.S. has so much history in the Pinehurst, N.C. area and Talamore is a top-notch destination for Pinehurst golf, only made better by its understated, yet comfortable and classic North Carolina-style clubhouse.
The Ranch Golf Club: The country-club-for-a-day in Western Massachusetts has gained plenty of notoriety for its expansive course built on old farmland. The beautifully-refurbished barns serving as clubhouse and restaurant only add to the experience at The Ranch.
TPC Sawgrass: The clubhouse at TPC Sawgrass is a 77,000 square-foot, Mediterranean-style castle built to provide hospitality and comfort to PGA Tour members playing there. It’s also not a bad place to spend your post-round time at after playing one of the top Pete Dye courses.
Omni Mount Washington Resort: Want views from the highest point in New England? Look no further than the Omni Mount Washington Resort in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire — a quality course with even better views from the classic New England-style clubhouse on the western side of the state’s Presidential Mountain Range.