The Lexington Golf and Country Club has a rich history dating back to March 31, 1902 when the original golf course opened.  The course went through several iterations in the 20th century before the current 18-hole course, designed by Eliss Maples and Ed Seay, was completed in 1971.  The course was once described as the Jewel of the Valley, set in the scenic hills near the Blue Ridge Mountains.  However, the current existing club facilities and golf course are outdated and suffering from deferred maintenance and needed upgrades.  Enteros Design provided a comprehensive Facilities Assessment and Masterplan to address the existing facility conditions and capacity for renovation, and to provide a vision for the facility to meet the needs of a modern club as a family-oriented activity and social center.  Club upgrade planning included improved flow in the Clubhouse, renovating the maintenance facility, and design of a new fitness center to offer additional amenities to members. Enteros Design worked closely with George Golf Design to seamlessly integrate the building architecture and landscape into the course design.