Schreiner Golf, Inc., was selected to develop a Master Plan for Improvements for the almost 100 year old 9-hole facility. Originally called the Shannon Castle Golf Club, the Centennial hopes to be the impetus for the renovation, which includes new tees, bunkers, irrigation, drainage and a practice & learning center. The ultimate plan will also include a new clubhouse and tournament and outing pavilion. The classic nine-hole layout is well suited to the terrain, which is located on top of the panoramic site.

Working with the PGA professional, Matt Cluck and Bill Moore of the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Department, Craig has established a scope of work that should modernize the unique nine hole course and convert it to a modern facility will a first class golf learning center. The holes will be strengthened to attract the better golfers in the community and still serve the novice and beginner. Matt Cluck, PGA has been recognized as a dedicated teaching professional with a long and distinguished commitment to the community.

Matt Cluck, PGA is one of only two head professionals to hold the position at the course. Wally Grant was the
first until Matt took over for the legendary Grant in the early eighties. This plaque is located just outside the Golf Shop.

The course will have a world class teaching and practice facility that will be a real quality addition to the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Department. The course and teaching facility will be a perfect fit for the community located in the southern hills of greater Pittsburgh.

The site for the new clubhouse is ideally positioned above the 9th green to take advantage of the existing routing
and to showcase the magnificant vistas. The 9th and 1st are perfectly located to start and finish right at the new location.

"Anytime I am selected to renovate a legacy of golf's great history, I cherish the opportunity. The facility will be something to visit frequently and to hone all the skills necessary to play great golf." Craig Schreiner.

The potential to do something extremely wonderful is greater than most can imagine. The site has severe restraints, yet the steep topography has enough room to accommodate the practice facility expansion and the new clubhouse.