Learn about Cloverbank Country Club

Founded in 1956

In 1956, Bethlehem Steel Company acquired 400 acres of land in Hamburg, New York to construct the Bethlehem Management Club.The club was established in 1958 and opened in 1959. Initially, the club was exclusively reserved for Bethlehem Steel employees and their families. 

Explore Our Rich History

The 18 hole, 7,061 yard golf course was designed by course architects William and David Gordon. E.F. Burke Development purchased the club in 1987, renaming it Brierwood Country Club. In 1997, the club was sold to Arnold Palmer Golf Management, who subsequently sold the property to C-Bons International Golf Group. 

Where We Are Today

Facing reduced membership during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Brierwood Country Club was sold in 2021 to an investor group comprised of former members. The club was renamed to Cloverbank Country Club.