Clint Turns His Golf Clubhouse Into A Home From Home
Fans of OSCAR nominee Clint Eastwood who want to get a taste of the movie great's personal style need look no further than his Carmel, California, golf clubhouse - it's based on his own living room.
When Eastwood was designing the Tehama Golf Club, he decided to give the exclusive course an air of being a home from home by taking his architect home to his 1928 home.
He explains, "I said to my architect ALAN WILLIAMS, 'How about something like this, only set up as a club?' I wanted it to be nice and roomy but intimate. It was important that feel it was like their home."
Eastwood shows off his new golf club in the new issue of American homestyle magazine ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST.14/02/2005 09:20