In 1960, Lou Goldberg purchased 110 acres of a former estate known as “The Chimneys.” Two years later, an 18-hole private golf course designed by Alfred H. Tull was open and ready for playing. This location was one of the famous settings for both “Two Weeks’ Notice” and “The Emperor’s Club.” The course itself measures 6,755 yards from its longest tees and has a par value of 71, a rating of 72.4 and a slope of 128. Tall trees stand guard over every fairway. Changing elevations can be tricky and strategically placed roughs and bunkers add more interest and challenge. There are doglegs of varying severity as well. The course and facilities have seen regular improvements over the years. A golf simulator room and renovated technology infrastructure are some of the newest additions. Members may also play tennis or swim in the pool. A state-of-the-art fitness center was added in 2004.