Brae Burn Country Club, founded in 1897 and located in West Newton, Massachusetts, provides Boston-area golf enthusiasts and families with a quality experience steeped in tradition, natural beauty and personalized service.

The storied past and the Club's integral role in advancing the sport of golf in America has established Brae Burn as one of the most prestigious Country Clubs in the Northeast.

History

Brae Burn has been the scene of some historic golf moments, serving as the host of four major tournaments of the United States Golf Association. Walter Hagen won the U.S. Open in 1919, Ray Gorton challenged Bobby Jones in the U.S. Amateur in 1928, and U.S. Womenís Amateur Championships were won by Harriot Curtis in 1906, Beth Daniel in 1975, and Silvia Cavalleri in 1997. Brae Burn hosted Curtis Cup Matches in 1958 and 1970. MGA Amateur victories by Francis Ouimet in 1914 and Eddie Stimpson in 1935 are also highlights in Brae Burnís rich history.

Amenities

Brae Burn facilities include an 18 hole golf course, a 9 hole golf course, a Dining Room, a more casual Grille Room, Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts, Platform Tennis Courts, Fitness Rooms, and function space accommodations for 10 to 200 guests.