Worthington Country Club

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Mobile History

Worthington Country Club was established in 1991, and after outstanding real estate sales, turned over to the members in 1994.  The club continued to expand and improve its facilities as member usage increased.

In 2002, a surface water control system was added along with a major renovation of the golf course by architect Chip Powell.

In years 2006 thru 2008, the Golf Course Maintenance Complex was expanded and renovated.

In 2007, the club embarked on a major Master Plan for Facility Improvement.  The plan included the following phases:

Phase 1:  A new resort-style geo-thermal heated and cooled swimming pool surrounded by a new Fitness and Activity Center and outdoor dining Cabana; and expanded Golf Practice Area and Cart Staging Area.

Phase 2:   A new Administration building housing the HOA, Accounting and Administrative Departments.

Phase 3:   A redesigned and redecorated Pro Shop, along with improvements to the Cart Barn.

Phase 4:   An enlarged and redesigned Clubhouse offering a variety of dining options, activity rooms, and Wi-Fi business center and lending library.

In addition, improvements have been made to our Tennis Complex and recently constructed Bocce Area. The Master Plan was completed in 2010 allowing Worthington to become a model for providing a healthy, active, and affordable lifestyle.