Pine Tree Golf Club Clubhouse Renovation

Clubhouse Renovation


Peacock + Lewis

Interior Design:
Peacock + Lewis

Peacock + Lewis

Summit Contracting

5,900 sq. ft.

Pine Tree Golf Club

Completion Date:
December 2022



This world-class private golf club located in South Florida is a singular entity in golf, a community of members who love the game and love to hang out with each other.

In order to meet the needs of the growing community, Pine Tree Golf Club’s leadership believed it necessary to redesign many areas, beginning with a dining room that provided more seating and an open feel. The previous Wilson dining room was divided by a wall and the bar blocked views of much of the space. The lobby, men’s restroom and administrative offices were also reconfigured to provide additional office space and a larger restroom.

Reconfiguring the reception desk, offices, and men’s restroom created a gallery connecting the lobby with the Wilson dining room. The new gallery has custom millwork, display cases that showcase golf legend Sam Snead’s golf clubs and other personal memorabilia. Mr. Snead was a member of this golf club for many years and remained an honorary member.

As you walk through the gallery and the Wilson Dining Room, you are greeted with a large display of tournament trophies. The Wilson Dining Room also provides two additional display cases showcasing the club’s history and memorabilia and trophies won by other professional golf members. Recognition panels and Hall of Fame panels engulf the room showcasing major wins of the club’s professional golf members. The beautifully curated displays and panels show this club’s pride in their rich history and the accomplishments of its members.

The Wilson Dining Room walls were opened up to provide a sense of one large space. The bar was also expanded to provide additional seating and the back bar was removed to allow views across the entire space and outside to the golf course. A large island was placed in the center of the bar in lieu of a back bar.

The finishes coordinate with the reset of the club’s traditional look, while still providing an updated presence. Dark stained wood was used on the bar and brightened with a lighter bar top and fabric upholstery. The barstools were upholstered in green plaid fabric that pops from the neutral colors in the room.

Textured wallcovering was used throughout the space to provide warmth in the space. The carpet has a bold pattern with a mix of colors to hide stains in a food and beverage setting. Many seating options were provided in the new space to provide members options to sit and dine with friends, enjoy a quick drink and light bites in a large type setting or have a drink at the bar after a round of golf.

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