The transformation is complete and the long-awaited Clubhouse at Mistwood Golf Club is now open.
After announcing that the project was completed, Mistwood invited the public visit the club and tour the new facility, including its great hall, meeting rooms and McWethy’s Tavern – a Scottish-inspired pub.
“The reinvestment made by Mistwood Golf Club has made a significant impact in our community,” Romeoville Mayor John Noak said in a news release. “A world-class destination resort like this is a tremendous asset to our community and our local economy. We are eager for the golf community to experience the enhancements made to the course as well as enjoy the amenities the new clubhouse provides.”
General manager Dan Bradley said Mistwood looks forward to unveiling its new clubhouse.
“A grand opening is planned for April 19, but we are already seeing a steady crowd at McWethy’s Tavern and booking events in our beautiful meeting spaces,” he said.
Mistwood’s Clubhouse offers more than 6,000 square feet of meeting space with panoramic views of Mistwood’s Scottish-like links golf course. The “Great Hall” can accommodate large parties of up to 240 people, including plenty of room for a seated dinner and dance floor. The Terrace Room provides an intimate space for smaller groups of 50 or less. The courtyard is ideal for outdoor ceremonies and cocktails and, along with the old-world bell tower, adds a very special touch to photo opportunities.
McWethy’s Tavern is an upscale pub-style restaurant that reflects owner Jim McWethy’s Scottish ancestry. The restaurant offers a variety of dining environments such as fireside tables, semi-private dining areas, a copper-top bar, and the patio, with its unobstructed views of the golf course.
For more information on Mistwood Golf Club, located at 1700 W. Renwick Road, Romeoville, visit www.mistwoodgc.com.