The Information Exchange conference will be held in the recently renovated clubhouse at Brook-Lea Country Club, overlooking the course. Attendees will enjoy the opportunity to participate in the conference from the comfortable elegance of this facility. The agenda includes meals at Brook-Lea Country Club, each of which is carefully prepared by an award winning banquet staff.
A Donald Ross Gem in Rochester
Constructed in 1926, Brook-Lea Country Club is Donald Ross designed golf course. It has stood the test of time and remains one of Rochester’s most challenging and enjoyable golf courses. The beautiful golf & country club sits on 188 spectacularly scenic acres that include upland meadows, a meandering creek, ponds, and mature woodlands.
a course full of history
Brook-Lea Country Club was constructed in 1926, led by renown golf course architect Donald Ross, who also holds the credit for other championship courses like Pinehurst and Oak Hill. He hand drew the layout, originally envisioned as 27 holes. While some of the holes have been renumbered from their original labels on the blueprints, his hallmarks are found throughout the course. The membership and grounds staff take great pride in maintaining Ross’ original vision.
a view from the air
See what this Donald Ross gem looks like from a drone’s eye view. You’ll notice all the hallmarks of a Donald Ross design: false fronts, strategically placed bunkers, and spots where great shots are rewarded… and bad ones punished.