• The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club Reopens After Renovation

     
    POSTED November 20, 2016
     

Following a $9 million redesign to their golf course, The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club in Florida has reopened. Designers Jack Nicklaus and architect John Sanford collaborated on the multimillion dollar project.

The new par-71 course features a range of new amenities including five tees, a 300-yard practice, and teaching range and new gold carts with GPS tracking systems.

The AAA Four-Diamond beachfront resort has 319 rooms, 34,000-square feet of indoor meeting space, a spa, an award-winning tennis center and outdoor beachfront venues. Guests and groups don’t have to pay resort fees and receive complimentary self-parking, valet parking and complimentary access to the resort’s fitness center.

“I think those who have played at The Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club before are in for a pleasant surprise,” says Nicklaus. “I believe the golf course has been transformed into a fun, exciting, aesthetically pleasing layout, largely due to hard work of John Sanford and our own David Savic. I think the end product is something people will enjoy and have fun with in the Naples area for many years to come.”

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