The major renovation of the Mira Vista club in the San Francisco Bay Area, reported by GCA last November, has been proved a success, as the club has sold 54 new membership in the three months since reopening.
The course was originally designed by architect Robert Hunter in 1920, with extensive contributions from Willie Watson whose work also includes the Olympic Club.
Architect Forrest Richardson and Mark Fine demolished and rebuilt 19 green complexes (including the practice putting green). Additionally, every bunker on the course was demolished and 44 new bunkers were added. All new cart paths were constructed and nine tee complexes were rebuilt.
“The members decided to take a proactive approach to ensuring our club remains competitive,” said Michael Lee, the club’s director of membership.
Read our full report on the Mira Vista renovation.