Over the years we have enjoyed seeing the golf clubs we have had the privilege to work on host the US Open and this year is not different.
The US Open wrote in their article, Wendehack’s Winged Foot Club House Roaring 20’s Masterpiece, about our connection:
“The club has been working the last few years with the Connecticut-based firm of Rogers McCagg Architects on clubhouse restoration, the equivalent of hiring Gil Hanse when it comes to recapturing classical structures. What makes the process so demanding and so interesting is tracing the fixtures and ornamentation to original suppliers, some of whom are still in business – for example, the brass window cranks in the Grille Room stamped with the manufacturer’s name ‘HOPE’S.’”
A past host for the US Open was Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Our 25 + year relationship with Shinnecock Hills Golf Club culminated most recently in a new ladies locker room and extensive restoration of the clubhouse. The restoration went beyond upgrading existing spaces to include a new basement and mechanical infrastructure as well as an energy efficient geothermal system