The white, Southern Style Plantation clubhouse was designed by Charles W. Connelly & Associates and was under construction from 1963 to 1967 and officially opened in September 1967. In 1999, the golf-course side of the clubhouse was redesigned for a more open feel by Ferry Hayes & Allen Designers, Inc. and Brian Dickerson. The building features a grand ballroom in the center with an oak floor. Off the main entrance foyer are a library and card room.
Other features include several dining areas off the main kitchen, each with a distinct look and 15 fireplaces located throughout. The gentleman’s and ladies’ locker rooms are located on the west side of the building. The men’s locker room features a grill and two lounge areas with paintings of the golf course throughout.
Early decorations and furniture were provided by members and much remains in the club with the idea to create a feeling of comfort, much like entering an elegant home,” with the driveway leading to the front entrance bordered by large oak trees and the interior furnishings creating a sense of a “great big living room.”
In the winter of 2008, the member’s pavilion was constructed behind the 18th green. During Wells Fargo tournament week, this is a members-only area where they can watch play on 18. This building features oak walls, a large gathering space, a bar and a kitchen. The swimming pool was also re-done at the same time and is connected to this building on the parking lot side. The tennis shop was also rebuilt near here.
The membership has such a sense of community that when a club member dies, the American flag located at the front of the clubhouse is lowered to half-mast.