Clubhouse at TPC Jasna Polana
TPC Jasna Polana’s 46,000 square-foot neoclassical Clubhouse was built in the early 1970s by world-renowned architect Wallace Harrison as the country home of J. Seward Johnson and his wife, Barbara.
Blending the time-honored traditions of golf with today’s conveniences, the stately villa features stunning architectural details including travertine wainscoting; antique flooring; 18th and 19th Century marble mantelpieces; 18th Century English paneling; bronze casement windows; antique tapestries; original Empire furnishings; and paintings by 18th and 19th Century European artists.
The dramatic Grand Foyer is highlighted by a suspended travertine stone staircase, original George II furnishings and 17th Century Flemish tapestries, while the circular Travertine Room offers panoramic views of the estate and surrounding gardens.
The Clubhouse encompasses:
- Casual and formal dining venues
- Ornately decorated banquet facilities
- Intimate meeting rooms with state-of-the-art audio-visual and conferencing capabilities
- Extensive Wine Cellar
- Award-winning Golf Shop named among the “Top 100 Golf Shops in America” by Golf World Business
- Overnight accommodations in the 2,500 square-foot Prince Albert Suite, featuring a library, marble Jacuzzi and spacious sauna
- Lushly landscaped grounds enclosed by approximately one mile of hand-cut stone wall, including an orchid house, amphitheater, herb garden and reflecting pool
- Additional on-site accommodations including The Annex, a 12,500 square-foot Georgian mansion featuring 10 guest rooms, a billiard room, living room and board room; and Beata’s House, featuring six guest rooms, a billiard room, meeting rooms and an expansive patio overlooking the 18th fairway.