The Dominion Club’s new owner teeing up major upgrades

Heritage Golf Group will invest in over $2 million in renovations to the club, built in the early ’90s.

The Dominion Club, a private country club in the Far West End and centerpiece of the planned community, Wyndham, was sold by its original owner last month.

HHHunt, a development company which built the club–and the surrounding community–in the early 1990s, fought a long battle with members who were owed a return on their initiation deposits, among other legal disputes, eventually driving the club into bankruptcy.

New owner, West Coast-based Heritage Golf Group, which closed on the club and its surrounding golf course acreage for just under $6 million last month, plans over $2 million in renovations to club facilities and grounds in the coming months.

Learn more about the upgrades and what members can expect from Richmond BizSense.

Photo: The Dominion Club Facebook page

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Trevor Dickerson

Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews’ West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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