ClubCorp finishing up $50M recovery at expansive Texas club

Two years after Hurricane Harvey buried the Houston-area Clubs of Kingwood under massive floodwaters, ClubCorp is preparing for its official grand re-opening later this summer — showing off $50 million in repairs, renovations and upgrades.

While both the main Clubs of Kingwood clubhouse and the satellite Deerwood Golf Course clubhouse have had “soft” openings earlier this year in order to restore service to the membership, work has continued and the rebuilding is not yet complete.

Among the improvements that were part of the post-hurricane rebuilding are a renovated water park with water slides and splash pad, a rebuilt 20,000 square foot fitness center, a new private event lobby in the main clubhouse, new locker rooms, improvements to all the golf courses, and an expanded wine collection.

The combined Clubs of Kingwood features five full-length golf courses. There is an aquatics center, tennis, a golf instruction center, a professionally staffed childcare center, a fitness center, two restaurants and two men’s locker rooms.

The Island course opened in 1974; the Marsh course in 1976; the Lake course in 1977; the Deerwood course opened in 1983; and the Forest course in 1992.

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