As part of the development of a public 27-hole golf course project, Howorth & Associates Architects designed a clubhouse, cart barn, overnight conference cabins, and halfway-house comfort stations. In all, the buildings were constructed for a million dollars. The golf course, designed by Arthur Hills, of Toledo, was constructed for 3.5 million dollars. It was named one of the ten best courses built in 1997.
The clubhouse includes a casual restaurant, pro shop and restroom facilities. It is constructed of Tishomingo stone with natural wood finishes. The rear patio faces northward out over the first and tenth tees and the ninth and eighteenth greens. The other nine-hole course is an executive, par 3 course, playable with no woods in an hour and a half.
The guest cabins are of a rustic design compatible with their wooded sites. They feature siding of wood shingles and an abundance of glass, with views through the trees onto the golf course. These two buildings are cleverly configured with an original plan designed to optimize the room-night potential while providing spacious, convenient, and flexible arrangements of conference cabins. Each cabin has four bedrooms and a living area complete with a full kitchen. The entire cabin can be rented as a unit; the larger two bedrooms can be rented individually or together. The smaller two bedrooms always rent together and with the living room. Thus, four different rental combinations are possible, comprising one, two, three or four bedrooms.Percy Quin WebsiteQuail Hollow Website