Lounge and Dining Room refurbishment for Moortown Golf Club

Moortown Golf Club was founded in 1909 and designed by the renowned Dr Alister MacKenzie, the world-famous golf architect. Bursting with triumph and history, Moortown was the first British course to host the Ryder Cup, with the trophy and the flag holding pride of place within the club.  Moortown holds a legacy within the golfing community, with the clubhouse and the course both admired and respected by the devoted members and many golfers throughout the UK and worldwide.


Refurbished over 20 years ago, our client believed the restoration of the lounge and dining room was required to enhance the true characteristics of the clubhouse. As many of the golfing members believe the design is a key fundamental to the club, Fusion’s aim was to amplify the traditional features of the space and create a ‘country club’ feel. Overlooking the 175 acres of one of the country’s finest inland courses, the lounge and dining room hosts spectacular views. The colour palette throughout the fairway needed to be replicated and reflected into the interior spaces.


The sympathetically designed lounge offers a new bar servery with premium features such as a polished brass back bar/over bar, a dark walnut stained bar front with oak dowels & handmade tiles, with an antique mirror finish to the backfitting.  Decorative pendants hang adjacent to the over bar, highlighting the brass features. LVT parquet flooring was used around the bar servery, leading onto the main carpeted lounge space.

The design bursts with a cosy country club feel as a range of new and refurbished furniture take centre stage within the lounge. Features such as deep-buttoning, marble detailing and brass elements are used throughout the space. Natural lighting from the green works with the brass pendant and wicker table lamps to flood the interior with soft warm lighting. The centre of the lounge includes a carpeted insert which can be removed to reveal a bunker-like dancefloor. The design continues into the dining room, with the rear wall replicating the key features of the bar front. Three large chandeliers span the space, acting as the focal point and further adding to the warm ambience of the dining room.

This multi-functional space offers members the perfect location for a spot of lunch, a celebratory pint after a hole-in-one or an evening event fit for a Captain.