A new clubhouse landscape designed in conjunction with architectural changes to the main building by Patrick D. Jarosinski & Associates. Beechbrook transformed the rear clubhouse landscape to create a large patio that opens out onto an expanded 1st hole golf tee, and with unobstructed views of the 1st and 18th golf holes. The new topography was shaped in a curving arc on the west end of the patio in order to draw the eye down the first hole towards the green. Large trees frame the views, and plant beds are a mix of natives and exotic ornamentals. Beechbrook designed the patio paving pattern of brick and bluestone to tie into the building while also creating a level of interest and contrast. A new walkway connects the rear landscape to the front of the clubhouse. Plantings and a custom designed fence screen provide intimacy and screening from the adjacent pool on one side of the path and HVAC units on the other side of the path. Beechbrook successfully designed a landscape that was constructed under budget.
Other projects at Green Spring include a master plan for the golf shop landscape with improved circulation for golf carts and pedestrians.
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