Work on the Lincoln Hills Golf Course clubhouse is finished and the new structure is now open.
“This is a state-of-the-art facility,” says Andy Dombrowski, assistant manager of golf operations for the city of Birmingham. “They did a tremendous job.”
The club house needed it. The existing building was basically replaced from the ground up. That included ripping out and replacing some inner block/brick walls that have suffered significant deterioration. Gone is the leaky roof and the lack of air conditioning.
The renovated structure features new counters, doors, windows, roof, decorative fencing along 14 Mile Road, a covered storage area for carts, landscaping around the building, HVAC system, and updated restrooms. The parking lot is also repaved.
The golf course, which is owned and run by the city, is located at 2666 W 14 Mile Road.
Source: Andy Dombrowski, assistant manager of golf operations for the city of Birmingham
Writer: Jon Zemke