Recreational / Clubhouses
A municipal golf clubhouse which is designed to upgrade the course’s ability to service golfers and golf events. The new facility has a main event room with the capacity to hold 140 diners, a commercial kitchen, bar with high seating and is connected to a casual seating area that serves as the social heart of the clubhouse. The main event room overlooks the 18th hole and beautiful back ground of the golf course. This spectacular view is also seen from the lobby and bar areas. Course staff in the pro shop have direct line of sight to the 1st tee, 9th green, 10th tee, putting green and end of the 18th hole.
This facility was awarded Three Green Globes by the Green Building Initiative and is the first new building in Minnesota to earn this high, third party verified, sustainable certification.
This project is Two-Globes Certified under the Green Globe rating. The facility uses a combination of daylight harvesting, heat pumps, ventilation air exchange and in-floor radiant heating to provide comfort and reduce energy consumption.
Created as a focal point for a renovated golf course, Gopher Hills Clubhouse houses an upscale dining room, pro shop, lounge, commercial kitchen, and banquet facilities. Wood trim and detailing throughout the building add a comfortable elegance to this rural setting.
This addition adds banquet capacity and cart storage to an existing golf course. Sharing and expanding the existing clubhouse kitchen, the new banquet space overlooks both the 16th and 18th holes. The original clubhouse included a small seating area served by a limited grill. With the addition of this banquet facility, large tournaments can be accommodated along with other special events that take advantage of the picturesque surroundings.
Situated to overlook the rolling fairways of this golf course, the 6,000 square foot, two-story clubhouse incorporates views and daylighting into all parts of the main floor. A wide covered veranda surrounds the clubhouse on the south side, allowing great views of the course while sheltering from sun or inclement weather. The lower walk-out level provides protected cart storage and clubhouse support spaces. The long, horizontal form of the building is accented with the vertical lines of the double column entry and massive fireplace element.