Golf at Brookfield is packed with activities, events and tournaments. Whether it is Couples' Golf Night or Lady Tara Days, there are always golf events or activities going on at the Club. Our men’s and ladies' golf programs have a full complement of golf tournaments throughout the year. Bi-annually, we travel to our sister club in Scotland to compete in the Hagen Cup. For information on competitive leagues or to find out how to join one or more of these fun associations, please stop in or call the Pro Shop.

Ladies' Golf

Our ladies' golf programs are active on a variety of levels. Our ladies' golf programs have a myriad of golfing events that will fit your playing level and competitive spirit. Golf is a great time for our lady Members to reconnect with friends.

The Brookfield golf staff takes extreme pride in developing, planning and executing all of our ladies' golf events. We feel it is tremendously important, regardless of the event, that we deliver outstanding member service to our lady Members. Our Members can select from numerous events or activities to participate in.

  • Ladies' Golf Clinics
  • Ladies' Invitational
  • Ladies' Member Guest
  • Ladies' Spring Member Member
  • Ladies' Club Championship
  • Ladies' Fall Member Member
  • 9-Hole Play Days
  • 18-Hole Play Days
  • River North
  • Lady Tara
  • Team Play


Men's Golf

We love competition and believe it brings out the best in our Members. Our men’s golf programs have numerous golf tournaments and events throughout the year for all golfers. Regardless if you shoot 129 or 69, we have a game and a competition for you. Brookfield Country Club is known to produce outstanding golfers starting from our renowned junior program all the way to our Presidents Cup match play championship.

Brookfield Country Club has an MGA that hosts exclusive golf events and tournaments as well as social events throughout the year. And, we have a chapter of the North Atlanta Senior Men's Golf Association (NASMGA) that competes with local clubs throughout the season.

Some tournaments we have throughout the year include:

  • Two-Man Shootout
  • Member-Guest
  • Member-Member
  • Men's Club Championship
  • Senior Men's Club Championship

Junior Golf

Brookfield Country Club junior golf program is among the best within Atlanta country clubs. Our PGA professional staff understands that junior golf is the future of the game and the future of Brookfield Country Club. Consequently, we have designed and developed a wonderful junior golf program that introduces juniors to the game from the time they're old enough to start playing through their high school years.

Our three main junior golf programs include:

  • Private Golf Lessons
  • Sunday Golf Clinics
  • Summer Golf Camps

The purpose of our junior golf program is to create a fun and safe learning environment where juniors can learn to play the game.

Family Golf

Brookfield Country Club is a place for families to reconnect with each other. Time to drop the smartphones and gaming systems – it is time to play some golf and have some meaningful family time. Golf is a social game and it blends perfectly with family time. At Brookfield, we understand there are few times that the entire family can get together and it is our mission to make sure that it happens at the Club.

Family golf means that the entire family can play together. Our junior tees make it possible for everyone to enjoy time on the golf course. Family golf may be the perfect family vacation. It is hard to imagine a better family activity than golf. Take your family golfing and enjoy a day outside:

  • Walking through beautiful rolling fairways
  • Sipping on a cool beverage
  • Sharing special conversations
  • Simply spending quality time with each other

Handicap – Guidelines and Posting

Handicap Committee

A handicap committee has been formed to monitor all BCC Member handicaps and score posting. Please make sure to post all your scores.

Handicap Posting Guidelines:

    1. Post all scores when at least seven holes are played. (7 holes are posted as a 9 hole score, 14 holes are posted as an 18 hole score). Holes not played are posted as par plus any handicap strokes to which the player is entitled.
    2. Post scores made under the rules of golf
    3. Post scores on all courses with a valid USGA course rating and slope rating.
    4. Post scores in all forms of competition: Match play, Stroke play and Team Competitions where players play their own ball. Check with the committee to see if the score is posted as a tournament (T) score.
    5. Post scores played under the local rule of “preferred lies.”
    6. A scorecard must be turned in for each score posted.
    7. Scores must be adjusted using: “Equitable Stroke Control” before posting to the handicap computer.
    8. After a handicap index has been established for a player with an established Handicap Index, the maximum score for each hole played is limited to a net double bogey. (Par of the hole + 2 strokes + Any handicap stroke(s) that the player receives on that hole)
    9. A player should submit their score as soon as possible on the day of play, after completion of their round, and before midnight (local time).  You can post the round, at the club, online or through your GHIN/MyGSGA app.

For more information, please review the World Handicap System Reference Guide for more details.