Home Away from Home

Since 1925, Locust Hill Country Club has provided its members an exclusive place to connect, recreate, and socialize. The centerpiece of Locust Hill is the renowned golf course, but the club offers a complete year-round experience with much more than just golf.

In addition to the golf course and state-of-the-art practice facility, the club features two dining rooms, a fitness center, locker rooms, and banquet space inside a historic 60,000 square foot clubhouse. Outside, the club has three hard-surface tennis courts, two heated paddle tennis courts, pickleball, and an Olympic-sized pool with expansive patio seating and lounge areas.

The Fun Club

Locust Hill Country Club is unofficially known as "the fun club" of Rochester. The amenities, events, and members of Locust Hill create an experience different from other clubs in Rochester. It is hard to describe.

Once you experience Locust Hill, you'll understand.



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Locust Hill's reputation as the fun club is founded in the family experience. The club offers a wide range of junior programming around golf, tennis, and swimming. Kids of all ages also enjoy social events with specific activities for kids of all ages.

A day spent at Locust Hill ensures plenty of things to do - and friends to see - for all members of the family!


Locust Hill offers members and guests access to the premier banquet facility in Rochester. The clubhouse has several rooms that can be configured for any size event - from intimate board meetings to weddings and galas with up to 400 guests.

Locust Hill's culinary team caters for all events, and the club has can accommodate virtually all A/V needs.


Locust Hill's fun, the family-friendly environment does not come at the expense of the golf experience. The course is regarded as one of the best in Rochester. Locust Hill hosted four LPGA Championships and a regular tour event for 30 years.

The club has an avid playing membership with games, leagues, and tournaments for all skill levels. Locust Hill is also the home club for several of the area's elite amateurs.