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The general circulation area should give immediate access to the golf shop from the
main entrance and give good access from that point to the dining areas and function
The general circulation area should permit good visibility to the golf shop, to allow all
patrons to be exposed to its merchandise, either through windows or display cases.
Dimensions and Furnishings:
The general circulation space should contain a computerized golfers' handicap station
that also has extended weather forecast information and a bulletin board (secured for
control by the administrative staff).
Provide pay telephones that are readily accessible to the general circulation space.
Provide durable, attractive wall finishes, such as brick, wood, or painted or high-
impact gypsum wallboard that is painted or covered with Type II vinyl wall covering.
(Do not use prefinished vinyl covered gypsum wallboard.)
Provide electrical outlets.
Provide a data port for the golfers' handicap station.
Provide 70 FC for lighting. Consider indirect fluorescent lighting.
See Chapter 6 for Specialized Requirements.
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