Vero Beach, FL (March 8, 2012) - The current issue of Vero Beach Magazine (March) features the recent renovation work, completed this past Summer, of the John's Island West Clubhouse. Providing a 'peaceful oasis for golf enthusiasts'.

This successful renovation was made possible by the following brilliant key players: Tommy Farnsworth, president of the John’s Island Club when the decision to renovate the facility was made; Connie McGlynn, chairman of the Facilities Committee, and committee members Laura McDermott and Terry Young; architects David Moulton and Scott Layne of Moulton Layne P.L.; Janet Perry, lead designer with J Banks Design Group; project manager Charles Croom of Croom Construction; landscape designer Warren E. McCormick; Brian Kroh, John’s Island Club general manager; Rex Wilson, John’s Island Club facilities manager, and Greg Pheneger, John’s Island golf course manager.

About John's Island
John’s Island is a 1,650-acre family-oriented community surrounded by unspoiled islands, nine miles of Intracoastal Waterway and three miles of private beaches located on Vero Beach’s barrier island. English, Georgian, and West Indies architecture, three championship golf courses, private Beach Club, Fitness Center and dining amenities – all gently wrapped in the abundant natural landscape, where access is carefully controlled and security is around the clock. Homes priced from $250,000 to $13 million.

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