On, Saturday, December 2, 2017, County leaders and golf enthusiasts celebrated the opening of the new Burke Lake Golf Clubhouse with a ribbon-cutting on the new building. The opening is the latest phase of a $6.6 million redevelopment project, funded by voter-approved park bonds in 2008 and 2012. The clubhouse will complement the state-of-the-art heated, covered driving range that opened in April 2017.
The 4,200-square foot clubhouse boasts a modernized pro shop, updated kitchen and dining area, enhanced food and beverage options and patio overlooking the golf course. The patio was specifically placed on the northeast side of the clubhouse and away from the hot, setting sun so that summer outings can end with comfortable outdoor dining.
Pictured at the ribbon cutting are Peter Murphy, Springfield District Planning Commissioner; Tim Hackman, Dranesville District Representative, Park Authority Board; Steve Thormahlen, Chair, Fairfax County Park Foundation; Ron Kendall, Mason District Representative, Park Authority Board; Pat Herrity, Springfield District Representative, Board of Supervisors; Mike Thompson, Springfield District Representative, Park Authority Board; Lewis Musolf, Burke Lake Golf General Manager, Park Authority; Stephen Williamson, Vice President/New Construction, ADI Construction of Virginia); Mike Belefski, former Park Authority Board Member; Dave Bowden, Park Authority Director of Planning & Development; Todd Johnson, Golf Enterprises Division Manager, Park Authority; Roberta Korzen, Golf Marketing Specialist, Park Authority; Eric Inman, Planning & Development Project Manager, Park Authority; along with site staff and golf enthusiasts.
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