TPC Summerlin, one of Nevada’s premier private golf clubs and host of the PGA Tour’s Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, celebrates its 25th Anniversary with expanded offerings of amenities designed to enrich member experiences, including a new state-of-the-art Lifestyle Center, revitalized swimming pool and innovative programming.
Howard Hughes, the community’s “founding father,” always envisioned Summerlin as an all-encompassing community. Upholding his values, as well as those of the PGA Tour, the goal was to broaden club activities to meet the needs of all members and their families, transitioning from a traditionally golf-centric club to a more complete lifestyle club.
TPC Summerlin, by the way, is where Tiger Woods in 1996 recorded his first victory as a professional.
Golf clubs across the country are experiencing shifts toward a more health-conscious membership. The trend became evident at TPC Summerlin as more members chose to walk their rounds of golf over riding. With member interests and values as the core focus, the enhancement project launched this past August with the construction of the club’s new Lifestyle Center.
The center encompasses cutting edge fitness training machines and programs geared to members of all ages, ranging everywhere from sport centric classes focused in tennis and golf to general fitness for the everyday workout warrior. This new health-centric focus will be reflected in all facets of club programming, as is evident with the addition of nutrition planning opportunities and personalized fitness consultations.
In addition to the expanded fitness offerings, the project also aimed to provide amenities and programming geared towards members’ entire families. A variety of family-friendly poolside enhancements were added, including Ping-Pong tables, foosball and an 18-foot TV screen for movie nights under the stars. There is also a new family pool, featuring spraying fountains and a dual-sided waterslide, bordered by nine new Las Vegas-style cabanas, each with power, data, cable hookups and lush furnishings to keep parents comfortable while their children play. Poolside food service is also available to members, with farm-fresh menu options.
To accompany TPC Summerlin’s new amenities, the club now offers a special “Sports Membership.” This membership option gives individuals access to the Lifestyle Center, tennis courts, including the new course that was built during renovations, clubhouse dining, social events, general fitness space and the pool. Additionally, the club will have childcare options five days a week at the Kids Zone, as well as on-duty lifeguards to ensure members are able to engage in clubhouse activities worry-free.
New amenities and programming will be celebrated in collaboration with the 25th Anniversary at the Lifestyle Center’s Grand Opening on May 18. At the event, there will also be a special ceremony for members who have been with the club since opening in 1991.