Night Golf

Friday, November 13 – 6:30 PM Check-In | 7 PM Start – $40 per player

Let’s have some glow in the dark golf fun! Enjoy 9 glow golf holes at The Club at Summerbrooke.

Entry fee includes use of our glow golf balls and other supplies.

 

You’ll want to be sure to bring your own golf clubs or share clubs with your group.

You may sign up as an individual or a group! We hope you’ll join us.

Registration must be completed online. You can opt to pay online or pay in the pro shop. If you are playing in a group, please be sure that each individual registers and leave a note for who you’d like to be paired with!

Happy Hour by the Pool – November 6th, 6:30pm-8:30pm

Enjoy your evening by the pool with happy hour, live music, open driving range and smores for the kiddos!

The Summerbrooke pool is set up perfectly for a safe and fun atmosphere.

Call us for any questions you may have!

Night Golf

Friday, October 23 – 6:30 PM Check-In | 7 PM Start – $40 per player

Let’s have some glow in the dark golf fun! Enjoy 7 glow golf holes at The Club at Summerbrooke.

Entry fee includes use of our glow golf balls and other supplies.

You’ll want to be sure to bring your own golf clubs or share clubs with your group.

You may sign up as an individual or a group! We hope you’ll join us.

Registration must be completed online. You can opt to pay online or pay in the pro shop. If you are playing in a group, please be sure that each individual registers and leave a note for who you’d like to be paired with!

College and High School Students
$95 Per month (6 Month Commitment)
Pay in advance for $495
Unlimited play weekdays and after 1pm Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
Limited to the first 50 members – act now!

Spend your day off with us!

What better way to spend your day off than on the golf course?

Booking online is the easiest and most convenient way to reserve your tee time.
Click below to secure yours!

Stop by the bar & grill before or after your round!

You can also grab a refreshing 19th hole beverage, or fill one
of our coolers we provide with your favorite beverage to go.

Yes, that is right!

The perfect way to beat the heat this Summer is at the Pool and with this great offer, we are sure you will dive in with both feet.

The most luxurious and relaxing pool in town!  Relax on the 6,000 square foot deck and covered pavilion area with food & beverage offerings.  A great family fun place to enjoy this Summer!

Join Today and Stay Cool!

STARTING Thursday, June 25th

Face masks to be worn inside all buildings.

Leon County has passed a new face mask ordinance and we will comply with all of the recommendations here at The Golf Club at Summerbrooke.

We encourage our golfers to book and pay online if at all possible.  Due to the new mandate, we will also be checking everyone’s temperature when you arrive on premises.  Thank you for your cooperation during these unprecedented times.

We are continuing to follow the recommendations of the CDC and the guidelines set out by Florida’s health department officials. We have been making numerous changes to our golf operations to assist in providing the safest experience as possible for our members, guests and staff.

While understanding the severity of the current situation, we are also trying to provide some level of physical activity partnered with limited social interaction. Things are changing daily and we are adjusting accordingly.  At this time, we are allowing shared carts but please take every precaution for safety.

KIDS CAMP

Swimming – Indoor & Outdoor Activities – Fun Games – Snacks

  • 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
  • $150 per child per week
  • Open to ages 6 to 12

TWO CAMP DATES TO CHOOSE FROM:

  • June 22 – 26
  • July 13 – 17

Limited to 12 Campers per week.

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Michael Jordan, Steph Curry, Charles Barkley and all the other big names we would want to see tee it up with Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson have always made it clear this new partnership in made-for-TV matches would not be a one-time thing. On Sunday, they gave us the second installment, adding Tom Brady and Peyton Manning to the mix for The Match: Champions for Charity, which raised $20 million for coronavirus relief.

A few times this week, Mickelson has floated more ideas, most notably to the Los Angeles Times and the Dan Patrick Show. But who might be next? Who would we want to see tee it up with or against Tiger and Phil? We asked around and got some interesting responses, including the ultimate match. (Hint, think Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley).

Ian O’Connor, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Charles Barkley vs. Phil Mickelson/Michael Jordan

I might have gone with Brady and Belichick before Peyton Manning stole my Belichick thunder Sunday, but Jordan and Barkley would bring a ton of star power and tension to the table. It might take some convincing of MJ, since he apparently is no longer on speaking terms with his ex-good friend Chuck. But that strange dynamic would only add to the spectacle. Phil would loosen up Jordan, and Barkley would loosen up Tiger. Barkley would need a bunch of strokes to make this work, since he makes Brady seem like Ben Hogan. But coming off his “Last Dance” tour de force, Jordan would be feeling a lot of pressure on that first tee, as it has been a long time since he competed live with millions watching his every move. Can he keep it on the planet with Barkley needling him about his past big-money golf losses and a winning percentage, as an executive, that’s not in Jerry Krause’s ballpark? A lot of people would tune in to find out.

Tom VanHaaren, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Michael Jordan vs. Phil Mickelson/Steph Curry
I would’ve stuck with the rivalry theme and put Michael Jordan against Isiah Thomas, but we all know now that Jordan wouldn’t have played if Isiah was invited. I’ll see myself out. In all seriousness, the golf would be fun to watch, the trash talking would be outstanding and having Jordan and Mickelson on opposite teams means we also might get some added excitement from side bets. This match would have the star power needed to draw a big audience, and while it isn’t a rivalry, it would combine the old-school NBA with the new school in a fun competition. To follow up the success of the Brady-Manning match, you would need to go over the top and this matchup would check all the boxes to make for entertaining TV.

Bob Harig, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Phil Mickelson vs. Rory McIlroy/Justin Thomas
There are numerous ways this can go, but I like the idea of a pure golf competition with two of the game’s legends against two of the game’s young stars. And this time, let a Tiger-Phil pairing be a positive instead of a negative, as it was all those years ago during the Ryder Cup. To spice it up, make the competition true alternate shot or foursomes, not the modified version employed in the match with Manning and Brady. Having to play your partners’ foul balls makes for a stressful way to play golf and can lead to some interesting scenarios. Based on the way he handled his role as an on-course commentator, you can bet that Thomas will fully embrace the trash-talking spirit. And given McIlroy’s driving prowess, it could make for an interesting, competitive matchup. As for a location, how about Bandon Dunes to make for an impressive backdrop?

Charlotte Gibson, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Annika Sorenstam vs. Phil Mickelson/Karrie Webb
Why should the men have all the fun? Seriously, if we’re even entertaining the idea of Match III, this time women better be involved. Of course, it would be phenomenal to watch Woods and Mickelson tee it up with the likes of Jordan and Curry, but wouldn’t it be equally as phenomenal to see them tee it up with two Hall of Famers with a combined 113 LPGA Tour titles? This time, let’s leave it up to the two biggest rivalries in golf both past and present. Sorenstam and Webb have one of the best LPGA rivalries that dates back to the mid-1990s.

Who else has that type of history? Woods and Lefty. The parallels in their careers are uncanny. And yes, I know that Sorenstam officially retired in 2008, and Webb took a break from golf for a few years before returning to the Tour last year. But the world hasn’t witnessed a co-ed pairing like this since 2001 when Woods and Sorenstam started their storied friendship while playing the Battle at Bighorn, a made-for-TV event, that also featured David Duval and Webb. We’re long overdue for men and women to face off on the course in a big, made-for-TV event — and why not do it with some golf legends?

Michael Eaves, ESPN
Tiger Woods/Matt Damon vs. Phil Mickelson/Will Smith
If you’ve ever spent time on their Instagram pages, you would know that Phil and Will would make a natural pairing. Plus, they are two of the biggest stars in their respective fields, who have cashed in on their fame and performances like few others, despite a few flops on the biggest stages.

On the other side, Matt could bring a little something to the match that Tiger has clearly been reluctant to do in front of the cameras: NSFW trash talking! Those who have played privately with Tiger tell tremendous tales of his R-rated commentary, so with Damon as his partner, he can leave the F-bombs to the South Boston native.

And lastly, most importantly, Smith and Damon could make up for the utter disappointment that was “The Legend of Bagger Vance.”

Mark Schlabach, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Michael Jordan vs. Scottie Pippen/Phil Mickelson
They could call it the “Last Match,” because either Jordan or Pippen probably wouldn’t make it to the 18th hole in one piece, given what was said during “The Last Dance.” The trash talking would be epic. Like MJ, Pippen is an avid golfer. Jordan gave him his first set of clubs as a Bulls rookie so he could take his money on the course. Pippen and Mickelson are used to playing in the shadows of MJ and Tiger, so the matchup makes sense. With Phil and Jordan in the foursome, there would be some serious cash being thrown around, which would make it mighty interesting. If Pippen won’t play, I’d settle for Isiah Thomas and Phil.

Nick Pietruszkiewicz, ESPN.com
Tiger Woods/Chris Paul/Larry Fitzgerald/Mike Trout/Lexi Thompson vs. Phil Mickelson/Steph Curry/Patrick Mahomes/Justin Verlander/Danielle Kang
Hey, there are no rules here. So why not make it a one-day, Ryder Cup-style event? The Tiger/Phil Cup? Play three six-hole rotations of best-ball, alternate shot and singles. Look at those names … think they won’t have some fun? And all of them can play, too. Also, none of them are all that shy, so the trash talk should be strong.

SOURCE:  espn.com

SUMMERBROOKE POOL MEMBERS

Starting · Friday, May 22nd

New Pool Hours

Monday – Thursday · 9am-7pm
Friday – Sunday · 9 am to 8 pm

Food will be available

Monday – Thursday · 11:00am – 6:30 pm
Friday-Sunday · 11:00 am – 7:30 pm