The historic clubhouse, home to four Open Championships, has been lavishly refurbished in its design and decoration, creating an unrivalled destination for golfers and visitors.
Changes have included the creation of a new East-facing balcony, an extended retail shop, and a new restaurant named “The Duel in the Sun” in honour of the legendary play-off between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus in the 1977 Open Championship. Also new to the clubhouse is a replica claret jug which is on display along with a collection of memorabilia which reflects the resort’s rich Open history.
The renovation has created a richly decorated, well-appointed clubhouse featuring the highest of specifications. Every inch has been improved, including the locker rooms which have been reconfigured to include more lockers without comprising on space and furnished in mahogany and gold.
The Duel in the Sun restaurant, which commands exceptional views over the golf course, has been redesigned with a new food concept using a steak and lobster theme. While a number of food favourites for golfers remain, new additions include a Josper Grill menu which uses a unique a Spanish cooking style adding a delicious charcoal flavour to meat or fish.
The unrivalled golfing history of the resort has also been acknowledged with the creation of new meeting rooms, including the new Champions Suite and Tom Watson Boardroom. A new business centre is also new and now in operation, while the professional shop has almost doubled in size and now offers 3,600sq ft of retail space and will stock the latest Trump Turnberry merchandise and apparel.