Gleneagles Country Club Plans for Phase II / Healthy Lifestyle Renovation
April 3, 2017: Gleneagles Country Club began renovations to the Clubhouse as part of the Healthy Lifestyle and Phase II Renovation. These enhancements are taking place to the Fitness Center and Pool in order to best serve the needs of current and future members for years to come.
Since 2014, the Board of Governors, staff and select committees have been working with the membership through the use of focus groups, surveys, round tables and town hall meetings to address the membership needs for an update to our club with an emphasis on our Fitness Center, Pool, and creating a healthy lifestyle community. Additional insight and guidance was gathered through the services of a qualified professional team consisting of interior designers, general contractors, architects and engineers.
The new construction Healthy Lifestyle Center building will provide 15,000 square feet to accommodate our membership and their endeavor for a healthy lifestyle. The Center will include ample space for cardio equipment, strength equipment, physical therapy, massage therapy, and a new multi-purpose room which will accommodate an endless variety of fitness and social events. A new construction pool in an ideal location near the Healthy Lifestyle Center and Grille Room will offer expanded opportunities for pool fitness as well as recreational pool use in shaded areas. Construction will begin in April 2017 with grand opening expected in February 2018. Download the full Renovation Brochure here.
Gleneagles Hosts 7th Annual First Responders Appreciation Day
October 27, 2016: Gleneagles Country Club welcomed more than 100 First Responders from Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and Palm Beach County Fire Rescue for the 7th Annual Emergency Services Appreciation Day on Thursday, October 27, 2016. The event started with a complimentary golf clinic at 12:00pm featuring Top 100 Golf Teacher and PGA Professional Scott Munroe.
Gleneagles donated the entire day to honor the local emergency service workers who protect, serve, and respond to emergency and non-emergency calls in our community. The club invited all emergency services personnel who are members of a station that responds to calls in Gleneagles to participate in the event at no charge.
Gleneagles Director of Golf, Joe DeMino, and Rusty Lamm, Corporal for the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office are integral in bringing the tournament to Gleneagles each year. Two of Gleneagles members: Eric Sands, a retired Captain in FDNY who served in 9/11, and his friend Alan Caplan, assist in organizing the day by visiting the local first responder stations to distribute information about the event.
“It is truly an honor to organize this day for those who risk their lives to protect and serve our community every day. This is our way of thanking them,” says DeMino.
“The commitment of any emergency service worker to protect, honor and serve their community is a thankless job, however, we are honored to once again welcome our local stations for a great day of lunch and golf at Gleneagles.,” remarks Sands.