Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Puerto Rico Golf & Beach Resort recently debuted their newly renovated Clubhouse at the Rio Mar Country Club. The multi-million dollar project, including renovations as a result of Hurricane Maria, features new locker rooms, innovative food and beverage venues, and a refined golf shop.
The resort’s 35,000-square-foot Clubhouse has entirely redesigned men’s and women’s locker rooms complete with jacuzzis, steam rooms, saunas, and lounge areas that include eight Ultra HD televisions. The Club’s golf shop was also completely refreshed with a new look. New furniture, display units and a check-in counter have enhanced the golf shop’s functionality.
The Club’s renovated restaurant, Iguanas Cocina Puertorriqueña, now features an open-view demonstration kitchen and seating for up to 104 guests. Overlooking the El Yunque National Forest and the River Course, Iguanas Cocina Puertorriqueña is a family-friendly venue, known for its authentic Puerto Rican cuisine favorites and spectacular scenery. Located on the Clubhouse’s second floor with new televisions and a premier surround sound system, the new Iguanas Bar offers handcrafted cocktails and light bites for members and guests to enjoy.
Troon Golf proudly manages the golf operations at the resort’s Rio Mar Country Club. The resort has two distinct course designs – The Ocean Course; a design collaboration between award-winning architects Tom and George Fazio, and The River Course, designed by two-time Major Champion Greg Norman. The Ocean Course plays to a par of 72 and measures 6,782 yards from the back tees and 5,450 yards from the forward tees, while The River Course plays a slightly longer 6,945 yards from the back but a shorter 5,119 yards from the front.