Wake Forest University – Haddock House

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

“With the Arnold Palmer Golf Complex, we are fortunate to have one of the best training facilities in college golf. The Haddock House is the finishing touch that provides us with a clubhouse that our players and staff can call home, while also serving as a source of pride that reflects the rich history and tradition of our prestigious program” - Jerry Haas, Head Coach, Men’s Golf

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Wake Forest University

Completion Date

10,000 SF

Project Type
New Construction, Golf Clubhouse, Conference Center, Recreation Center

Sustainability Certifications
LEED Silver

Professional Credits
Walter Robbs Callahan & Pierce Architects, PA
Experiential Graphics: Dimensional Innovations

Support the team, celebrate success

Haddock House, the new home for Wake Forest Golf, is situated in the southwest corner of the Arnold Palmer Golf Complex on the WFU campus. A landscaped green space featuring a statue of Arnold Palmer leads to its entrance off Wingate Road. Named for legendary men’s golf coach Jesse Haddock (‘52), the building features a welcoming lobby with a large glass display case, and a Heritage Room with interactive touch screens showcasing the history of Wake Forest Golf. The two-story clubhouse also includes offices for the coaching and support staff, meeting areas and conference rooms, team locker rooms, a player’s lounge and a recreation room complete with a billiards and ping-pong table. The clubhouse’s adaptable indoor-outdoor spaces are used for a variety of events, gatherings and receptions.


Ken McDaniel, AIA

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