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4-2.4 Assistant Manager's Office (optional)
In the larger Clubhouses, the manager will need an assistant. The assistant's office will
function similar to that of the manager.
Relationships and Character:
Locate the office adjacent to the operations center, allowing the operations clerk to
control access to the assistant manager's office.
Consider having some of the wall to the operations area be glass, to give the office an
open, hospitable character.
Design the space and furnishings as a good quality office complex, whose details
support the theme of the whole Clubhouse.
Dimensions and Furnishings:
Provide 120 square feet, allowing for the assistant manager to have two guests in
Provide one desk, a desk chair, two guest chairs, and file cabinets.
The character of the room and its furnishings should match those of the administrative
This area includes the indoor dining areas and their support spaces. These spaces will include an
open dining area, a closable function area, and appropriate storage spaces. These spaces are the
visual focus of the Golf Clubhouse. They also can be used as the circulation link between all of the
patron activity and service areas including the entry, golf shop, food service counter, toilets,
outdoor dining patio, and golf activities.
All of the Clubhouse activities should be tied together by the dining spaces. This space should have
an identity that is dignified, casual, and spacious. It should provide a good atmosphere for
socializing and casual dining, the quality of which is enhanced by having good views of the golf
Provide handicap access by providing a flat floor throughout this area.
Figure 4-2: Dining Area Relationship Diagram
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