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Groundbreaking for The Clubhouse is Wednesday
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An artist's rendering of The Clubhouse is shown above. - photo by Special

  Hackers Golf Park announces the ground breaking for its newest addition, "The Clubhouse," at 11:45 a.m. at Hackers Golf Park on Wednesday.
      The Clubhouse family entertainment center will offer 24 lanes of bowling, four private lanes of bowling, mini-bowling, an arcade and redemption/retail center, a 160-seat restaurant, a 3,000-square ft. laser tag area, two private party rooms, corporate meeting rooms, shuffleboard and Ballocity play area.
      Lavender and Associates of Statesboro will serve as the general contracting company on the project. The bowling lanes, which anchor the family entertainment center, will be provided by Qubica/AMF.
       The 42,000-square foot family fun center addition has been a long time coming, according to co-owner Darin Van Tassell.
       "When we opened the original golf practice range facility in 1998, it was always our intent to continue adding to the park," said Van Tassell. "We are now poised to initiate our most aggressive addition to date. Our latest effort constitutes what is likely to be one of the single largest private entertainment additions in Bulloch County and in southeast Georgia. After several years of strategic planning and design work, we are finally breaking ground on The Clubhouse."
       The Clubhouse expects to employ up to 120 people. Job seekers can apply for employment online at Applications will be reviewed beginning in May of this year.

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