This golf clubhouse is defined by two green tile, hipped-roof pavilions connected by a covered breezeway. The smaller pavilion houses the pro shop, while the larger one shelters the restaurant. The latter, with its slate-floored, timbered interior, features a variety of spatial interplays. A high-ceilinged, hipped-roof foyer and lounge flow out onto a small paved lanai and into a more intimate, lower-level, low-ceilinged dining area. The dining room's sliding windows provide magnificent views of mountains, ocean, and golf course.
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Bay Course Clubhouse
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