HOUSTON, May 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenscapes Six, one of the country's leading providers of golf course construction and renovation services has been selected to complete a $1.2 million Jeff Blume-designed renovation project at Sugar Creek Country Club in Sugar Land, TX.
The project, which is scheduled to begin May 16, includes the complete renovation of seven golf holes and construction of two new holes. The renovation of the golf course completes the final phase of the club's three-year master plan that includes the expansion and upgrade of the clubhouse, dining areas, bar, locker rooms, swimming pool, fitness facility and tennis courts.
"Greenscapes Six is extremely excited to have the opportunity to be a part of this unique and exciting project," said Mike Archer, President of Greenscapes Six. "We look forward to working collaboratively with Sugar Creek Country Club and the City of Sugar Land to make this a successful renovation that will provide long term benefits for the club's membership."
The Sugar Creek renovation comes on the heels of several high-profile projects completed by the Greenscapes Six team, including extensive construction at Tiger Woods' first U.S. design, Bluejack National Golf Club, in Montgomery, Texas, and other premium golf facilities in Texas and Colorado.
Greenscapes Six, led by golf industry veterans Mike Archer and Joey Taylor has been building and renovating golf courses for over three decades, completing over $200 million of projects including recent assignments at Bluejack National, Carlton Woods and The Broadmoor.
Capitalizing on the core business of golf course construction, Greenscapes Six offers a platform of solution-based resources transferable across the landscape, construction and commercial maintenance industries with the capacity to execute any size project for both the public and private sectors.
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