A renovation of the Tour course at the newly-named The Club at Weston Hills in Weston, Florida, has been completed.
Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr and formerly home to the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic, the course has been re-bunkered, and fairways have been re-grassed with Celebration Bermuda. A new short game area has been added at the club’s instruction facility, the Weston Hills Learning Center. Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design acted as consultants on the project.
“The steady stream of upgrades and improvements to the club during the past year has been wholeheartedly embraced by both long-time and new members,” said the club’s general manager Eric J. von Hofen. “It’s only fitting that these changes come with a fresh name and rebranding. The future of The Club at Weston Hills is very bright.”
Owner-operator Arcis Golf has invested more than $2 million in facilities, programming and amenities since taking over the club in August 2018, and has overseen the rebranding of the club, formerly known as Weston Hills Country Club.
The course will host a qualifying event for the PGA Tour Latinoamérica in January 2020.