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Jackson Park Hitting Structure

Waterleaf worked with Seattle Parks & Recreation to design a new two-level 14,000 square foot 50-station driving range structure at Jackson Park Golf Course. The 10th hole was reconfigured to fit in the new hitting stations. The dominant element of the structure is the repetitive pre-manufactured steel frame and a canted roof which allows maximum visibility out to the range while still providing shelter for year-round play. Other elements include an office, storage and maintenance areas, lighting for night use and natural turf.

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