Bonnie Briar Country Club was founded in 1921, during the Golden Age of Westchester County golf. Our classical Devereux Emmet- A.W. Tillinghast course sits on 150 rolling acres winding through the woods and natural rock formations of an old Revolutionary War encampment. The closing holes are set along, or over, the Sheldrake River, on a landscape enhanced by, in the New York Times' words, a "verdant palette of a dozen hues, from the deep emerald of fir trees to the pale jade of the willows."
The very first published accounts described Bonnie Briar as a "family club," one whose charter members included America's greatest chronicler of family life, artist Norman Rockwell. Today, Bonnie Briar has approximately 500 regular golf members and can boast of a unique atmosphere, welcoming to individuals and extended families from a diverse range of cultures -- quite fitting for such an oasis of beauty just a half hour from Manhattan.