Celebration Golf Clubhouse

Celebration Golf Clubhouse


At the new town of Celebration, Cooper Robertson conceived the golf course as an open and accessible green belt around the village with its clubhouse as an important public building. Designed by the father/son team of Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr., the course itself is crossed by public roads, paths, and bikeways, a traditional approach encountered at some of the best clubs that serve as integral parts of their communities. The Clubhouse, sited at the intersection of two of Celebration’s most important streets, serves as a transitional doorway between the recreational precinct and the adjacent residential areas.

The architectural design addresses the Clubhouse’s role as a public building in an important axial location and its specific use as an informal and functional golf operation. The building is divided into a series of domestically-scaled elements and draws on various southeastern and Florida “cracker” vernaculars with wide porches, overhanging metal or shingle roofs, board-and-batten clapboard siding, louvered shutters, and Cuban blinds.



Disney Corporation

Celebration, Florida
Site Area
17,000 square feet
Completion Date
Construction Cost
$4 million

HKS Interior Design