The Terence L. Thornhill Architect Team worked closely with the City of Richland staff to arrive at a concept that was compatible with the unique profile of the Columbia Point Golf Course, while at the same time establishing a design standard for the then fledgling Columbia Point development.


The Clubhouse is divided into two primary components,

a pro shop and grill. These primary areas are bisected by a rustic and rich axial entry corridor, linking the front entry of the Clubhouse with the expansive, covered patio at the rear of

the building.




The covered patio area provides golfers and non-golfers alike the opportunity to observe incoming golfers turning at the 9th hole, enjoy outdoor dining, and provide usable space for large tournaments and other events.