Golf course has a $400 million renovation proposal
Three of the world’s most prestigious golf courses have come together to build a new $400-million resort that is expected to be open in 2018.
The iconic Evergreen Golf Course in San Francisco, California, has been the venue for the world championships since it opened in 1952.
The $3 billion project includes a $300 million extension to the course’s main course, as well as a $100 million expansion of the fairway area.
It is also expected to include a $20 million renovation of the golf clubhouse.
Evergreen’s new name is the World Golf and Country Club at San Francisco Bay, and the project is expected be complete by the end of 2018.
A $10 million refurbishment of the clubhouse is planned for 2019, and a $25 million renovation in 2020.
The new clubhouse is expected open in 2020, according to a report in The New York Times.
The clubhouse’s design is being designed by architectural firm Euler-Garcia.
The project will be overseen by the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, the Associated Press reported.
It will be the first new golf course to open in California since the Great Depression.