Ocean Pines Releases Drawings of New Golf Clubhouse

The Ocean Pines Board of Directors has released schematic drawings of the proposed clubhouse to replace the existing building at Ocean Pines Golf Club. The proposed building will provide space for golf operations and for community use.

The schematics will be used to communicate to the design/build team the concepts to be considered in its initial design phase. They include a floor plan as well as views of the front, of the back and from above.

The schematics, similar to those provided in the request for proposals on which bids for the project were based, include elements such as a wraparound deck, stone veneers on the building’s exterior, a spacious dining/meeting room and ample bar seating in the Tern Grille area.

Ocean Pines Golf Club opened in 1972, making it one of the earliest courses in the Ocean City area. Open to the public year-round, it is the only Robert Trent Jones, Sr.-designed course on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

In addition to offering memberships for families, individuals and juniors, Ocean Pines Golf Club features 18 holes of championship golf, practice facilities, instructional clinics, summer junior golf camp, private lessons and club sales, fittings and repair services.

For more information about the Ocean Pines community, contact Denise Sawyer, director of marketing and public relations for the Ocean Pines Association, at (410) 641-7717 ext. 3006 or dsawyer@oceanpines.org.

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