Rich In Tradition And Poised For Our Future
Named in “The Best of the Private Clubs” list for 2017 by Avid Golfer magazine, Brookhaven Country Club runs through the lovely neighborhood of Farmers Branch amid beautiful mature trees and flowers. Located right on the outskirts of North Dallas and founded in 1957 as an affordable family club, Brookhaven retains its legacy of being the first club in the Invited network. It was also the first golf course design project for golf legend Byron Nelson, who worked with Press Maxwell on the greens in 1958. The Club’s relaxed and friendly environment is the perfect place for friends, business colleagues and families to come together and enjoy a variety of recreational activities and special Member events.
Truly unparalleled to other Dallas country clubs, now is the perfect time to bring your friends, relatives and acquaintances to see first-hand what Brookhaven is all about. As popular as our Dallas country club has been for the last 60 years – the next 60 years will be even better. Brookhaven is truly the “place to be.”
At Brookhaven Country Club, you’ll find:
- Three full-featured 18-hole golf courses, capturing all levels of play
- Extensive programming for all levels of play in both golf and tennis, taught by industry professionals
- 35 Tennis Courts (including climate controlled/covered, outdoor and clay courts)
- 16 Pickleball Courts
- A full-service athletic facility
- Lighted racquetball courts
- Day camps in the summer and weekend/weekday babysitting by appointment
- Extensive children’s programming
- Supervised Childcare at The Treehouse
- Three swimming pools
- Social and dining facilities
- Golf outings
- Drive Zone Facility
- Private party and business meeting services
- Named the Best Family Club in Dallas and one of the Best Values, Avid Golfer, 2014, 2015 and 2017
- Named one of the Best Country Clubs in DFW, Avid Golfer – 2011, 2013 and 2014
All Members and guests are expected to be neat, well-groomed and wearing clothing appropriate for the activity in which they are participating. Maintaining an environment appropriate for a country club is part of our tradition at Brookhaven. Members and guests should use common sense and err on the side of propriety when considering dress options. Brookhaven reserves the right to deny access to anyone improperly dressed and appreciates your cooperation.
Country club casual: Preferably no jeans, no shorts, no cut-offs or tennis shoes. This includes all adults and children. No workout-type clothing or short shorts on anyone. Gentlemen may not wear tank tops in any area of the Club except the athletic facility.
The Club Grill is a casual dining area of the Club, but swimsuits without cover-ups are not permitted, and shoes must be worn by everyone at all times.
The dress code is in effect for all golfers at all times while using the golf courses as well as all golf practice facilities.
Acceptable attire includes long slacks, walking shorts, golf shirts with collars or collar bands. Men’s shirts must be tucked in at all times. Blue denim, tank tops, T-shirts and exercise clothing are considered unacceptable attire.
Acceptable attire includes long slacks, cropped pants, walking shorts and golf skirts or skorts. Ladies’ shirts must have either sleeves or a collar. Blue denim, exercise clothing, halter tops, tank tops, T-shirts and short shorts are considered unacceptable attire.
Please wear proper tennis attire at all times. Tennis shoes and shirts are necessary at all times. No dark-soled jogging shoes are allowed on the courts. Cutoffs, golf shoes and swimsuits are not acceptable. Men need to wear shirts with sleeves.
Only exercise clothing may be worn in the fitness area. We ask that you do not wear any sort of jeans, jean shorts, work clothing, work boots, sleeveless shirts, including tank tops and sleeveless leotards. T-shirts with inappropriate slogans are not allowed. Proper athletic footwear (tennis, basketball, court, jogging or cross trainers) must be worn in the fitness area. No work shoes, street shoes, flip-flops, sandals or socks are allowed in the fitness area. Black-soled shoes are not permitted.