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From Downtown, South:

94 West
To Hwy. 45 - North
To Mayfair Road - North
To North Ave. - East
Entrance from North Ave. is between 101st & 102nd Streets, marked by two stone pillars.

From North:

Hwy. 45 - South
To North Ave. - East
Entrance from North Ave. is between 101st & 102nd Streets, marked by two stone pillars.

(414) 258-4656

Virtually at the center of the metropolitan area, the club has a 200-acre site in Wauwatosa, close to an expressway interchange and is adjacent to Mayfair Shopping Center. The location is convenient for members who live in the Lake Country, or on Milwaukee's east side, as well as any of the western suburbs.

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Smoking Policy:

Smoking is not permitted at any time inside the Clubhouse, Pro Shop, or within any other indoor facility of the Club. Additionally, smoking is not permitted outside the Clubhouse at the front entry areas, including the entry to the Grill and the Main Dining/Ballroom. Members and guests who choose to smoke outdoors on Club grounds or on the rear outdoor patios are asked to do so in a manner that is courteous to fellow members and guests.


Mobile Communication Devices:

The ringing of and the conversations on Mobile Communication Devices can be disruptive to golfers and diners alike.  Therefore, the receiving of calls and/or talking on these devices will be strictly prohibited on the golf course, in the Clubhouse and the outdoor patios. The use of these devices is permitted in the locker room and parking lot. Please silence your device and remind your guests upon arriving to the Club. It is permitted to use these devices to receive and send electronic messages as long as they are in the silent mode.

Dress Code:

The dress code was established to ensure that members and guests dress in a manner consistent with good taste and proper private Club etiquette, on the golf course, in the Clubhouse and on Club premises. Members are responsible for the attire of their guests and parents are responsible for the attire of their children.  The dress code may be modified for Special Club Functions at the discretion of the Board.  Following are guidelines to help you feel comfortably and appropriately attired:

1) Men’s and boy’s hats must be removed upon entering the Clubhouse, and be worn correctly outdoors, with the
brim facing forward.

2) Shirts designed to be tucked in (shirts with tails, or polo shirts that hang just above the knees) must be tucked in at all times. Tommy Bahama shirts, or polo shirts that are waist long, may be worn out.

3) In the formal areas of the Club (Main Dining Room, Ballroom, and Private Rooms), business attire or wellcoordinated casual attire is required during the lunch period. During the dinner period a jacket is suggested for men, a coat and tie will be required on Saturday.  Young men over the age of 13 must abide by the dress code.

4) In the informal areas of the Club (Grill, Golfer’s Porch, outdoor patio), casual attire is permitted at all times.

5) Blue jeans and denim, T-Shirts, tanktops and tube-tops, tennis shorts, shortshorts, low-riding shorts and pants, micromini skirts, athletic exercise apparel, clothing that exposes a bare midriff or undergarments, are considered
inappropriate attire on the golf course and in the Clubhouse.

Recommended Attire:

Men and Boys:

Dress shirts, collared golf shirts, or sport shirts with sleeves, turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks, sweaters and sweater vests, golf jackets, golf shorts, Bermuda shorts, walking shorts, traditional slacks and khakis.

Women and Girls:

Sleeved or sleeveless blouses, shirts or golf shirts with or without a collar, turtlenecks, mock turtlenecks, sweaters,
sweater vests, jackets and golf jackets and pullovers, golf shorts, Bermuda shorts, walking shorts, golf skirts, skorts, Capri pants and slacks, dresses, sundresses.

It is not the intent to embarrass or harass members or guests. However, members will be notified when codes and policies are not followed.


Firearms, and other weapons are prohibited on Club premises.