Country club plans

Country club plans

Country club plans are luxuriously styled, however, what style depends on the developer or founders. Country settings are the norm, with golf courses being so popular. Rustic or heavy Tudor is common, although any style can be adopted to fit any budget

Brenda Rand has a broad range of expertise in the field of architecture, however, country club golf course development is her forte, having been in house design at the Pinnacle in Roger’s Arkansas

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Housing several offices for the staff, a restaurant, shops, locker rooms and spas, it’s a big job for one building to take on. Lower levels are typically used for golf cart parking, storage and maintenance

The walk into the club is all important, as first impressions are what it’s all about. Wealthy people are members of high class country clubs, and they want only the best, although, we’re not all rich, and many of us enjoy socializing. It’s only natural to hang out with people that have similar interests

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Country club plans

The photo above shows the rear of an exclusive home in Arkansas overlooking the golf course. Imagine sitting on the veranda and watching the sunset over the island green

Golf and horse back riding are just a few of the pleasures offered at country clubs, however, you may also find tennis courts and swimming pools. Clubs are not exclusive to golf courses though. Hunting clubs, auto clubs are also popular, as people of like minds enjoy gathering together

Tennis anyone?

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