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Club Class Design: the New Force in Clubhouse Renovation

9.11am 13th January 2012 - Corporate - This story was updated on Friday, January 13th, 2012

David Hales Interior Design and Mitchell Evans Architects, the experts behind the successful renovation projects of golf clubs like Cuddington  and The Berkshire, have teamed up to create a new one stop shop for clubhouse renovation: Club Class Design (

Club Class Design deals with everything from space planning and interior design to major re-builds. Their expertise includes developing sustainable energy-saving features and maximising a clubhouse’s potential, with full project management to ensure delivery on time and on budget. Their highly successful projects have helped clubs to attract new members, retain existing ones, pull more society business and improve the bottom line.

David Mitchell explains the thinking behind Club Class Design: “Working together on Bramley’s and then Cuddington’s clubhouses proved to us how much golf club decision makers need an integrated design and architecture team that can deliver great solutions on time and budget. We also completely understand the degree to which clubs need to be helped through what is often a tricky process of decision making that needs the membership’s full support and understanding.”

David Hales knows what a re-designed clubhouse can do for a golf club’s bottom line: “Each of our projects has had an immediate and very positive impact on our clients’ bottom lines through increased membership retention and recruitment, increased bar and catering sales, and enhanced society prospects and sales. Choosing to work with Club Class Design means a club will get it right, and avoid the potential pitfalls that are easy and very expensive to make.”

To learn more about Club Class Design and to see their clubhouse projects in more detail, go to


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