Wycliffe Golf & Country Club in Wellington recently unveiled its brand new $18.2 million renovation project to its membership – and just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The club served more than 1,000 meals and showcased the new spaces, including the new bar and lobby lounge called The Cliffe and its formal restaurant, Flavours.
The project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget with full engagement from the membership along the way. An updated spa and fitness center, ballroom, driving range and short game area, as well as an outdoor pavilion, were all revealed earlier in the year.
“We embarked on this construction journey in May 2018 with a rolling renovation style project,” said Rob Martin, general manager and COO of Wycliffe. “The phasing and construction schedule was extremely complex, but well executed by our operational team to deliver high quality member service.”
According to Doug Lipman, past president and current treasurer of the board of directors, the improvement plan was a win-win for everyone.
“With financing at historical lows, we were able to provide a financing plan for our members that will have little to no impact on current payments,” he said.
“Our great team of community volunteers partnered with professionals to give us a new look that exceeded our expectations,” said Susan Brenner, president of Wycliffe’s board of directors. “We’re celebrating 30 years with a fresh contemporary club that fits our vibrant lifestyle.”
Pictured above: Flavours, Wycliffe’s new formal restaurant.