brooklawn country club
Formed in 1895, Brooklawn was one of the first dozen or so clubs tojoin the United States Golf Association in 1896. In 1918, Gene Sarazen began his golf career here as an apprentice club-maker. His accomplishments included the invention of the Sand Wedge and he was the first golfer to win all four of golf's Grand Slam events - the Masters, the US Open, the British Open and the PGA Champtionship.
C2 Limited was retained to develop a clubhouse master plan to re-envision the clubhouse's event, social and dining spaces.