Renaissance Club plans for more after ten-year anniversary

The Renaissance Club. Pic: TSPL
The Renaissance Club. Pic: TSPL
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The Renaissance Club has clocked up its tenth anniversary as it prepares to host the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open double-header next summer.

“While proud of our first 10 years, we are even more excited about our next 10 years,” said Paul Sarvadi, chairman and co-founder of the exclusive East Lothian venue.

In the time it has been open, course designer Tom Doak has already added some new holes and now more money is being ploughed into properties.

Work has started on two new villas overlooking the 14th tee and these will be completed next May. “We are very proud of the Renaissance Club’s first 10 years,” added Sarvadi. “Our success has been the result of our family’s passion for golf and the collaboration of the entire Scottish golfing community.

“Hosting Scotland’s national Open and our over £4 million investment in the villas mark important milestones in our club’s history, reflecting our commitment to providing state of the art facilities, unparalleled service, and a championship-worthy links venue.”

Brother Jerry, the CEO, added: “With the added developments to the club, we aim to set the club on a long-term path, creating the legacy of a world-class golf club. The Sarvadi family commitment to this club has been, and will remain, far more than just an investment but rather a testimony of our dedication to the great game of golf and our love of the Home of Golf.”