From soaring stone chimneys to the grand terrace and dramatic interior graced with vintage chandeliers, our Clubhouse in northern California evokes a classic European hunting lodge, elegant yet comfortable for every occasion. The 35,000+ square-foot Clubhouse is the heartbeat of the Winchester Country Club lifestyle.
The first two levels include a mixed grille, pro shop, gentlemen's and ladies' locker room with saunas, a fitness center, a formal lobby and dining room and full-service kitchen. The third level features stunning fitness center that overlooks our spectacular l8th hole.
The dining room is perfect for throwing a party. Not only can you cater it with the excellent food from the Clubhouse, but the setting will be sure to impress with spectacular views and a warm inviting environment. Share with your guests what you will get to experience all the time.
As far as country clubs go, our northern California community offers the best for our residents. The Clubhouse is at the center of it all, but we also have a beautiful golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Jr., swim, tennis and fitness center complete with hiking and equestrian trails and plenty more for adventure seekers.
Chef Brian Coe has transformed the Winchester Country Club dining experience from typical “club fare” to a unique menu with exciting twists on traditional favorites. Placer County is renowned for its fresh produce stands and Chef incorporates fresh, locally sourced ingredients into his menus. »
The Winchester Golf Shop offers members and their guests top tier golf equipment and accessories including club apparel. All of the products carried are chosen by our professional golf staff and are guaranteed to meet the needs of the most discerning golf enthusiast. »
Recently expanded and completely renovated, the Winchester Fitness Center offers state of the art exercise equipment and a vast array of indoor and outdoor fitness classes. Working out in a gym has never been more inspiring with the center’s overlook of the golf course and Sacramento Valley in the distance. »