Following its annual two-week shutdown, the Lakewood Ranch Country Club is set to reopen with some new features. In addition to completing some routine maintenance, which takes place each year, the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club will now offer a certified personal trainer who offers cooking lessons as well as training sessions.
According to a recent Herald Tribune article, personal trainer Paul Evens will serve as the executive chef at Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club. Within his new capacity, Evans will help country club members achieve a higher level of health through exercise and dietary changes.
“We have already had great feedback about people being able to improve their health and cooking skills in one place, with one person,” said Wayne Piazza, who is the manager of the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club.
Those who are interested in taking advantage of the new service can receive personal training at the Lakewood Ranch Athletic Center. The personal culinary instruction, on the other hand, will take place in the client’s home.
Adding this new service isn’t the only change that the Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club underwent during its two-week break. During this time, the parking lot asphalt was sealed and striped, the member’s lounge was expanded and improved and a new heat-recovery system and generator were also installed. In addition, new fans and paint were added to the back patio and new doors and carpet were added to the banquet rooms.
While quite a bit of work was completed during the two-week break, some work still need to be completed. In fact, the management expects some work to continue well into October. Despite the work that remains to be completed, the Lakewood Ranch Gold and Country Club is slated to be reopened this Tuesday.
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