Maple Chase Golf and Country Club has a 60 year history in Winston-Salem. In the 1950s, a group of local golfers decided to explore opening a new country club. The group formed a Board of Directors and hired Golf Professional Ellis Maples to consult on the purchase 300 acres of land from the “Cox Farm” off Germanton Road, which eventually formed Pine Brook Country Club. The front nine holes were built on Cox Farm pasture lands and the back nine were built on a heavily-wooded parcel. On May 14, 1955, the course was opened for play. Ellis Maples became the first Golf Professional for the club and eventually became one of the most acclaimed golf course designers in the country. In 2013, the club was purchased by Lynn Murphy and Lynette Matthews-Murphy and was renamed Maple Chase Golf and Country Club. A renovated ballroom, dining room and bar reopened in April, 2014. The dining room and bar were named the “Pinebrook Grille and Bar” as a nod to the former club and its history. The dining area also includes a beautiful outdoor patio with fireplace. The Pro Shop was relocated to a section of the building to better accommodate golfers and the Club’s staff offices were relocated to the front entrance area to facilitate easy availability for members.
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