Lago Mar Country Club to reveal multi-million dollar renovation

Lago Mar Country Club to reveal multi-million dollar renovation

Lago Mar Country Club, already one of South Florida’s finest private country clubs, is now the most desirable, due to a $7.5 million renovation showcasing a breathtaking 18-hole golf course, the newest in Broward County. The course is the masterpiece of Kipp Schulties, one of the most admired up-and-coming architects in the industry.

Adding contour to the otherwise flat terrain typical of Florida, Schulties created cascading rolls and hills reminiscent of the Carolinas. “The elevations we added make for beautiful vistas and a more interesting framework that can be enjoyed for the next 30 to 40 years,” said the famed architect. Live oaks and classic palms such as Royals and Coconuts pepper the grounds, providing further visual splash.

Members will relish the variety of distances characterizing the new course. “Through this operation, we were able to stretch the course so that it competes with the best in South Florida,” said Schulties, explaining that the re-design simultaneously challenges the better golfers while treating high handicappers to larger playable spaces.

The newly renovated course leaves no turf unturned, as Lago Mar will feature all new greens, tees, fairways, landscaping, putting greens, and bunkers. New irrigation, roughs, cart paths, and driving range, round out the restoration.

The Schulties’ family-friendly course will play host to Club tournaments, couples golf events, men and women’s leagues, junior programs and camps.

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The multi-million dollar makeover will be revealed at the much anticipated Lago Mar Grand Re-opening projected for January 2010.

For further information, please contact Lago Mar Membership Director, Ellen Singer, at (954) 472.7044 or visit www.LagoMarCC.com.

About Kipp Schulties

Kipp Schulties Golf Design, Inc. has been recognized by Golf, Inc. as one of the top five designers classified as the “Next Generation of Great Golf Course Architects,” an industry honor presented only once every five years.

Kipp’s impressive scope of work includes his award-winning renovation of courses at Mayacoo Lakes, Lost Tree, Addison Reserve, and the country club course of the Boca Raton Resort & Club.

About Lago Mar

Lago Mar Country Club’s star attraction is its Schulties-designed golf course. Men’s and women’s leagues, junior programs and camps are just a few of the activities inviting participation. Members will also enjoy five lighted Har-Tru tennis courts and a swimming pool.

The Clubhouse’s two fine dining rooms are the perfect locale for celebrations and special events, as well as everyday casual and upscale dining orchestrated by a skilled culinary staff.

The exclusive community is comprised of 99 homes at prices ranging from $500K to over $1.5 million. However, non-residents are warmly welcomed to become members of the Club.

Lago Mar is conveniently located in Plantation, and is easily reached from all thoroughfares in and around Ft. Lauderdale.

Potential members of Lago Mar are invited to personally tour the property, and to take advantage of the competitive pricing now being offered prior to the January 2010 Grand Re-opening.