Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

6 days ago

TPC Jasna Polana

Early Extension Swing Tips: About 70% of amateur golfers suffer from early extension in the golf swing. These drills will help to cure your early extension and give you more consistent contact ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Congrats on becoming certified by TPI!

Very good! I know the TPI cert is a lot of work! Hope you can help me out this year.

When's the start time this weekend, still 9am?

Awesome Gunner!!

4 weeks ago

TPC Jasna Polana

Absolutely stunning 🤩 ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Thanks for sharing! TPC Jasna Polana is one of our favorite places to work!

1 month ago

TPC Jasna Polana

Today is National Day of Unplugging! Celebrate by turning off your devices and spending the weekend on the golf course 🏌️‍♂️📵🏌️‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less

Today is National Day of Unplugging! Celebrate by turning off your devices and spending the weekend on the golf course 🏌️‍♂️📵🏌️‍♀️

Comment on Facebook

Oh now I’ll turn it off lol

1 month ago

TPC Jasna Polana

It's a Leap Year, and that means one extra day to play a round of golf! 🥳⛳ #playtpc #tpcjasnapolana ... See MoreSee Less

Its a Leap Year, and that means one extra day to play a round of golf! 🥳⛳ #playtpc #tpcjasnapolana

Comment on Facebook

Looks like the 6th green.

1 month ago

TPC Jasna Polana

Some of the delicious food served at our Bar Ramen & Sushi Night last Friday! ... See MoreSee Less

Load more

clubhouse

Blending the time-honored traditions of golf with today’s conveniences

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.