Golfweek's Brad Klein reviews the new TPC clubhouse architecture, giving him a chance to use words like variegated.
The structure offers an expansive, wide-angle view of the course. The building follows the Spanish Mediterranean vernacular tradition of historic St. Augustine, Fla., replete with rope-style columns, clay tile roof, Moorish loggia and numerous Mediterranean arched spaces that offer unrestricted views. The variegated roofline, however, doesn’t have the massive, undifferentiated presence of the previous building and its graceful design can be spotted from most holes on the course.
Meanwhile PGATour.com offers a few pictures and a tour with locker room attendant Conway Murchison.