Major Upgrade For The 100-Year-Old Fort Myers Country Club Golf Course

Everyone is excited for the long-awaited major upgrade for the Fort Myers Country Club golf course. The famous golf course is currently closed for its major facelift. It will stay closed until almost the end of the year  for its $5.8 million dollar renovation. Fort Myers Country Club golf course is currently empty and will stay that way for the next six months.

The funding for the major renovation for the Fort Myers Country Club golf course will not come out of the city coffers. It will not be the taxpayers who will pay for the upgrade. Instead, it will be funded by the fees collected over the years and expected grant money.

There are a lot of planned changes that will be beneficial for the residents, the golfers, and those who are just passing by. Every now and then, engineers are updating the rendering design for neighbors and onlookers to see what can be expected after the changes are made.

The major change will be on the front Nine. There will also be changes on the Four and Five. Newer landscaping will be added. Two kinds of grasses will be seen on the rolling fairways that will be comparable to some of the best courses in the country. A storm water retention basin will be added. Furthermore, the irrigation system will undergo major improvements so that the course can stay open even after the heaviest rain.

The Fort Myers Country Club golf course is expected to reopen November 1. It is expected that with the major upgrade in one of the oldest golf course in Fort Myers, real estate prices (www.fortmyersrealestate.com) of nearby homes will definitely increase.