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CHESTERCOUNTY-LIFE.COM MarchApril 2016 97 tional clubs has been essentially a focus on implementing a family-friendly more inclu- sive model where the club revolves around the needs of all family Members and not just those of one or two individuals. A true and complete conversion or transition to the family-friendly model has been slow and tedious for a number of clubs attributed largely to the dynamic that traditional clubs are encumbered by a tradition of exclusion and a natural resistance to change as Mem- bership demographics evolve gradually. And too from a financial perspective the invest- ment required to make the necessary struc- tural changes to facilities and operations is substantial for clubs. Applecross Country Club is in an envi- able position. The club is not encumbered by tradition and resistance to change. Its a new modern state-of-the-art club with a charter and mission specifically designed to be diverse inclusive and family-oriented from its inception. All of the clubs excep- tional facilities operations amenities pro- grams and professional management work in harmony to fit the needs of todays family lifestyles. HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW CLUBHOUSE GOLF CLUBHOUSE Well in advance of groundbreaking Apple- cross invested considerable time and effort in planning and designing the new clubhouse facilities to meet Member needs. Justin Mey- ers explains Our Membership is diverse comprised of serious golfers recreational golfers family golfers and non-golfers. We began the design process by identifying and analyzing the current and future needs of our diverse Membership. Once accom- plished our design team went to work. To pull the project together Project Man- ager Chris Yates of Innovative Building Remodeling was joined by Andrew Scheerer of Exton-based Structural Design Associates and Mid-Atlantic Timberframes of Lancast- er. There were a number of design itera- tions before achieving the desired character operational flow and overall feel we desired to achieve. While our clubhouse design says its a serious club it also clearly says its a fun place for all to enjoy. When completed Members will be very proud and will have more fun and enjoyment than ever before with their fellow Members as well as the en- tertainment of their guests said Chris. For golfers the new Golf Clubhouse pro- vides an outstanding array of facilities and amenities on three convenient levels. All three levels work in great harmony to make the golf experience extraordinary before and after each and every round. The main level is the new spacious home of the Applecross Pro Shop the heart and soul of the Golf Clubhouse and Head Golf Professional Tommy Moore PGA and his professional staff. In addition to merchandising and ser- vicing all of your golf needs the pro shops perimeter features a deck for that all-impor- tant panoramic up-close view of the 18th and 19th holes. On the ground level golfers are welcomed by the engaging comfort and Applecross is not your classic traditional club. It is however ... an extremely progressive innovative and inclusive club that is unrivaled and unmatched in the region.