Metropolis Country Club promotes a lifestyle within its grounds which is “an endless array of family activities” – but it doesn’t mean that low-handicap pros will not enjoy their time at the club’s course. The 18-hole layout was initially designed by Herbert Strong back in 1922, but over the years it went through expansions and redesigns (some of the prominent contributors are A. W. Tillinghast, Joe Finger, Ken Dye, Ron Forse and David McCaffrey), bringing it to the current play of 6,827 yards. Now, this par 70 course features uneven lies, greens and doglegs, all strategically incorporated to test the player’s ability to land a shot and manage the route.
More than that, in 2016 practice facilities have also been improved, and now include two greens, practice bunkers and vast practice space – all of these offer everything an amateur needs to enhance his game.
Want to diversify your activities? For this purpose, Metropolis offers 7 Har-Tru tennis courts, two pickleball courts and two paddle tennis courts with lights and under-court heaters, which are available year-round. As for the leisure time at the club, members are offered to rest at the clubhouse, where they can enjoy pre-dinner cocktails and exquisite lunches.
The club is membership-owned, so further inquiries about the fees and membership privileges should be made on the official website.
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