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A building having a bar and other facilities for the members of a club.
- ‘The Chairperson welcomed everyone to the clubhouse and thanked the members for their commitment during this last year.’
- ‘He also thanked the Golf Club for the use of the clubhouse and other facilities during the year.’
- ‘The major development will involve the demolition of the existing clubhouse and the building of a new facility which will be double the size.’
- ‘The new tennis facilities include a tennis clubhouse with viewing deck and elaborate pro shop, as well as 18 clay courts.’
- ‘The club gave him a retirement party that filled the entire clubhouse with members, family, friends and business acquaintances.’
- ‘Any person or organisation wanting to use the new clubhouse or become members should contact the club secretary.’
- ‘The new driving range and the excellent clubhouse facilities make it an excellent location for corporate events or simply for a member to bring along a few guests.’
- ‘However, it seems the clubhouse and changing facilities will have to be demolished due to contamination from the floods.’
- ‘It does have a spa, three swimming pools, a gym, floodlit tennis courts, a clubhouse and a restaurant and acres of lakes and landscaped gardens.’
- ‘Members and guests can also unwind in the clubhouse bar and restaurant overlooking the private beach.’
- ‘While the club does not have any lady members, ladies have always been welcome to both play the course and use all of the clubhouse facilities.’
- ‘Changing rooms, a kitchen, a bar and toilets will be just some of the facilities in the clubhouse.’
- ‘He said the Athletic Club and Cycling Club were keen to use the clubhouse's facilities.’
- ‘The clubhouse and bar will be open on Sunday for refreshments, and anyone interested is welcome to just turn up on the day or call’
- ‘It is also planned to build a clubhouse bar and catering facilities at the new Golf Course which would make it very attractive to the local golfing fraternity.’
- ‘We have the largest clubhouse and the best golf school in Britain - the facilities here are first-class.’
- ‘For years, women at many golf clubs were barred from the so-called ‘19th hole ’, the clubhouse bar where men went to relax over a drink after a round of golf.’
- ‘They are a long-established club, with excellent facilities in their clubhouse.’
- ‘It is also proposed that in time they will build on an annex with clubhouse facilities where members can come and enjoy themselves at weekends.’
- ‘Kids can play in the pool or assault each other at ping-pong, adults can use the clubhouse facilities such as the snooker table, or just sit back and relax with a drink.’
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