Campus includes restaurant, golf shop, golf training centers, cart barn
(BENTON HARBOR, Mich.) - Harbor Shores, Lake Michigan's first residential, golf, recreational and waterfront community located in Benton Harbor, today announced the grand opening of its 17,000 square-foot clubhouse campus including a First Tee of Benton Harbor building and Harbor Shores Learning Center. Harbor Shores introduced the clubhouse campus just weeks in advance of the 73rd Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid, to be held at Harbor Shores from May 22-27, 2012.
"We are thrilled to introduce the new clubhouse as the centerpiece of the Harbor Shores golf course," said Aaron Williams, general manager of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course at Harbor Shores. "We look forward to welcoming golfers and the community to experience the clubhouse, restaurant and other amenities."
The Grille at Harbor Shores, which officially opens to the public on April 14, will feature an assortment of fine dining choices - ranging from local produce to fresh fish to gourmet steaks. In addition to the food menu, the restaurant will have a full bar featuring a vast array of wineries from Napa to New Zealand.
The clubhouse's additional amenities include the KitchenAid Outdoor Kitchen, featuring a grill, full bar and casual dining space. The clubhouse also has an intimate banquet facility, The Shores Club, with a balcony overlooking the golf course that may be reserved for special functions.
The clubhouse campus is a major addition to the overall Harbor Shores development, where long range plans include nearly 600 residences. In 2012, Harbor Shores will also break ground on the new Trailsides neighborhood and residential clubhouse, finalize 12 miles of walking trails and host the 73rd Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid.
For more information about the Harbor Shores community and golf course, visit www.harborshoreslife.com.