Course of the Week: Avalon Field Club at New Castle reopens after $6M renovation

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Avalon Field Club at New Castle in New Castle, Pa., — formerly New Castle Country Club — reopened after undergoing more than $6 million in upgrades, a name change and a change in ownership in the last three years, according to a report from New Castle News. The property, acquired by Avalon Golf and Country Club in 2019, celebrates its 100th year of operation.

Photo: Avalon Field Club

Photo: Avalon Field Club

The course remained open to golfers during renovations.

“What we’ve accomplished with the renovations at the Avalon Field Club at New Castle is absolutely phenomenal,” Ron Klingle, chairman and CEO of Avalon Holdings, said. “The golf course is in absolutely impeccable condition and truly reflects the magnitude of an A.W. Tillinghast-designed property. Coupled with the exterior and interior renovations of the clubhouse, along with additional enhancements yet to come, we have an absolutely gorgeous club that represents the very best in traditional and historic golf courses and clubhouses in America.”

Upgrades at the course focused on the tree lines, greens and fairways.

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