Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass, located near the Phoenix suburb of Chandler, Ariz., is thrilled to announce a new clubhouse expansion project that is currently underway with completion slated for winter 2015. Designed to enhance the experience of members and guests, the improvements will create new opportunities for additional club amenities, expanded event space, and provide a fresh look for both interior and exterior spaces.
The project includes a 2,500 square-foot expansion of the men’s and women’s locker rooms, golf shop, outdoor dining, and administrative areas. The building expansion also includes the creation of a new stone and rusted steel feature wall enhancing the entry experience and identity at the club’s front door and Sivlik Grill and a new entry into the golf shop and cart staging area. New interior furnishing and lighting throughout and patio expansion with feature courtyard and umbrellas will bring new life to the club.
“We look forward to the expanded luxury locker rooms and enhancements that our members and guests will surely enjoy this coming season,” said Marty Hoeffken, general manager, Whirlwind Golf Club. The new café-style courtyard will be an ideal venue for a luncheon or small group with sweeping golf course views.”
The project is led by Douglas Fredrikson Architects, an award-winning firm in Phoenix, Ariz. specializing in golf clubhouses, boutique hotels, restaurants, custom homes and sustainable design. For more information on Douglas Fredkison Architects, visit www.dfarchitects.com.
Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass, boasts two award winning 18-hole golf courses managed by Troon and is a truly unique southwest golf experience. The two courses, Devil’s Claw and Cattail, are masterpieces developed by Gary Panks that have not only won an impressive slate of awards but challenges golfers of all skill levels. This layout features gradual elevation changes, great bunker designs with multi-tiered greens. Additionally, the golf course, clubhouse and teaching center are sensitively designed to preserve the rich cultural heritage of the Gila River Indian Community. Throughout the course’s history, the club has played host to numerous competitive golf events including being a three-year host venue for the Web.com’s Phoenix tour stop. For more information on Whirlwind Golf Club at Wild Horse Pass call (480) 940-1500 or visit www.whirlwindgolf.com.