Details About Fort Lauderdale Country Club
Fort Lauderdale Country Club is the oldest private club in Broward County. It boasts 36 holes of championship golf and the largest women’s league in the county.
The club offers an active tournament schedule year-round, including events geared specifically towards couples and women. There are weekly throw-ins for golfers of all skill levels. The golf calendar is complemented by regular social events and themed dinners, so you can enjoy your time at the club both on and off the course.
Leading the charge are Michael O’Brien, General Manager, who was a 2017 inductee into the South Florida PGA Hall of Fame, and Mark VanDyck, Director of Golf, who was the 2017 PGA Professional of the Year.
Fort Lauderdale Country Club in 2017 is celebrating it’s 90th anniversary and is the oldest private country club in Broward County.
With premier conditions over 36 holes Fort Lauderdale Country Club members enjoy playing golf surrounded by vistas and nature rather than houses.
On both courses members play within countless species of indigenous trees and colorful beds of flowers, with a few water hazards to navigate around or over.
Fort Lauderdale Country Club is a wonderful club for members to enjoy Florida’s perfect outdoor climate, to play golf, make friends, enjoy casual and formal dining while making memories to last a lifetime.
The club provides a busy golf tournament schedule to suit everyone’s tastes and skill levels. While an excellent player to course ration makes finding time to play a breeze. Their activities for women golfers include numerous golf events during the winter, together with welcoming associations for both beginners and seasoned players for 9 holes or full course play. The women’s program is one of the largest in the area.
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