Members at Palm Beach Gardens' Eastpointe Country Club are now walking into a whole new clubhouse experience.
The club recently completed a stunning renovation of its clubhouse, creating a fresh, modern environment while maintaining the feel of a country club so important to members. The highlight of the project is the new 16-seat bar with breathtaking, extended views of the 18th green. New furniture, carpeting, wall coverings and fixtures were added to clubhouse corridors, dining areas and the ladies card room.
“These improvements have further solidified Eastpointe’s future as a top-end Palm Beach County country club,” said Matt Wilson, general manager of Eastpointe Country Club. “One look at the before and after pictures and you can clearly see that we have taken a huge leap forward in terms of quality of product for our current and future Members.”
Design work was managed by Thiel & Thiel and construction by Sisca Construction. The entire project was funded without assessing the membership.
The renovated clubhouse is a perfect complement to Eastpointe's 18-hole, 7,011-yard, par-72 course designed by George Fazio which features five water hazards on 11 holes and six sets of tees.