The clubhouse is designed to represent and appeal to children. The Betty Allison Junior Golf Program is a foundation created to break financial and physical barriers—providing opportunities for all children and people with disabilities to learn to play and develop a love for golf.
By utilizing rich colors, simple shapes, and animated figures as columns, this structure and its design makes a strong visual statement—promoting the core principles of the Betty Allison Foundation. Promotion of fun and appeal to children and their families for golf is the statement attained by the clubhouse design.
The structure’s height, location, and colors, causes this modest building not only to create a functional space, but also acts as the visual icon for the foundation.