Golf Club Furniture

2 Mar 2021

Many Golf Clubs are moving their club houses away from the traditional members only restrictions. By utilising the spaces with clever design, they become more flexible for seminars, conferences and meeting rooms thus increasing capital.

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Use of Facilities

Many Golf Courses have moved away from the "members only" restrictions. Positioned in beautiful settings and pivotal to local areas, club houses are capitalising on venue spaces. With the ability to section off areas away from the main lounge and dining area, they attract groups from a variety of industry's for private functions. Conferences, training days, private meeting rooms are just a range of what can be on offer, with larger venues catering for wedding receptions.

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Lounge Area

The Golf Club lounge area is the hub of the course, often referred to as the 19th hole!. From breakfast to dinner or a few drinks after a round of golf, it is crucial these areas are inviting and comfortable. High backed soft seating is important for club members, this offers support and comfort from the demands of the golf. High stools are used around the bar areas for those just wanting a casual drink, freeing up tables and chairs for dining. Comfortable sofas and chairs are grouped together around coffee tables (for members and non-members alike) to enjoy a tea/coffee and chat with friends. 

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Function Rooms

By separating areas away from the general lounge, the clubs can increase their revenue by offering private functions without impacting on the members enjoyment of the club. Flexibility in chairs and tables is required to accommodate changing group sizes and purposes. Presentation and training days may require tables grouped together in large square and u-shaped formats, where as a conference may require tables with smaller groups gathered around. Whatever the purpose, easily configured tables and moveable chairs are important, to adapt easily to each function.

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Outdoor areas are utilised for drinking and dining. Capturing the beautiful views of the course, you will typically find a well positioned terrace or patio area dressed with outdoor furniture. These areas are invaluable to the club on society days,  large groups from other clubs gather for away days and often with a food and drinks package included. Terraced areas capitalise on space to accommodate larger non member groups.

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