The Seagate Golf Club has reopened after a seven-month renovation to its Joe Lee-designed 18-hole championship golf course, clubhouse and practice facilities.
After closing last April to allow for the full renovation of the course, the Delray Beach club, 3600 Hamlet Drive, had a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Dec. 4 and reopened its course. World-renowned architect J. Drew Rogers oversaw the renovation.
“Recognized as one of the best golf courses in the region, this full renovation serves to continue to provide our members with the world-class facilities they’ve come to expect,” The Seagate Managing Director Alex Schnoeller said in a statement.
The 18-hole championship course underwent complete redesigns to the holes, including improvements to the greens, fairways, tees, bunkers, irrigation, drainage, turf grasses, landscaping, as well as the driving range and practice facilities. The facility offers a fully outfitted driving range, pitching and bunker areas, and a staff of PGA professionals.
The Seagate Golf Club also renovated its 41,064-square-foot Golf Clubhouse, which includes a dining room that serves lunch, brunch and dinner with both indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a Grand Ballroom, Dining Room, Grille Room, and Courtyard. The clubhouse renovation included architectural finishes in the lobby, meeting rooms and event spaces, locker rooms, corridors and the outdoor patio.