TPC Sugarloaf, the luxe Gwinnett County golf course that hosts the PGA Tour Champions’ Mitsubishi Electric Classic, has completed a three-year renovation project, it announced in a press release.
The Duluth course has updated everything from the greens, fairways and bunkers of its Pines Course to its clubhouse, which now features an “upgraded” restaurant and new banquet kitchen. The project was intended to add “state-of-the-art amenities” to the Greg Norman-designed golf course.
The clubhouse expansion nearly doubled its seating capacity, from 56 to 110. The 32-foot covered patio, with views of the 18th hole and 12th fairway, was also included in the renovations.
The clubhouse’s restaurant, Rye Kitchen & Bar, features a 2,200-bottle wine cellar visible from the entrance, with 92 member lockers for personal wine collections. The restaurant also features a horseshoe-shaped bar and wood accents.
TPC Sugarloaf is a private golf club and has been ranked among the best residential courses in the country.
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