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Greer Golf to undergo renovations, including new event space

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Renovations at Greer Golf include a new event space that will feature an outdoor bar with lounge furniture, food preparation space and restrooms. (Photo/City of Greer)

An Upstate golf course is about to get a new look.

The city of Greer is poised to continue renovations of Greer Golf, investing more than $2 million into the facility, according to a news release from the city.

Construction will begin July 24 to convert the pool area into an outdoor event space, the first phase of a $2.4 million dollar renovation, the release stated. The outdoor event space will be available to rent for private gatherings including parties, receptions, and tournament scoring. The area will feature an outdoor bar with lounge furniture, food preparation space, and restrooms. These renovations are expected to take two months to complete.

Work will then move to the clubhouse, where planned renovations over a four-month span include a redesigned pro shop, additional seating in the dining room, a full-size bar in the dining room, and cosmetic upgrades throughout to include flooring, paint and fixtures, the release stated.

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Golf cart storage will be relocated to the basement of the pro shop, and additional ADA parking and building entrance enhancements completed, according to the release.

“It’s been exciting to watch the progress at Greer Golf and to see the vision we had when the city purchased the facility in 2020 coming to reality,” said Mayor Rick Danner in the release. “This is one more sign that the city of Greer is committed to providing first-rate parks and recreation offerings for our community.”

Golf operations will not be interrupted during construction, the release stated. The pro shop will remain open during the first phase of work and will be temporarily relocated to the event space once clubhouse work begins. Tee times may be scheduled by clicking here.

“The feedback we received after completing extensive work on the tees, fairways and greens was overwhelmingly positive,” said Ann Cunningham, Director of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. “This next phase will take Greer Golf to the next level as the premier public golf facility in the state.”

The design was prepared by the SGA/Narmour Wright architecture firm and will be completed by general contractor P+F Construction, according to the release.

Reach Jason at 864-568-7570.

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