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Welcome to Sherbrooke Golf & Country Club

Sherbrooke Golf & Country Club is a beautiful private golf club located in Lake Worth, Florida. As golfers know, "It's all about the game" and Sherbrooke offers a championship Devlin and Von Hagge designed course, as well as a driving range, restaurant and banquet facility.

Sherbrooke has many membership options to enhance the many benefits of becoming a member; a few include unlimited green fees and driving range use, preferred tee times, exclusive demo days, private and group lessons, member only dinners and social events, discounts on all golf shop merchandise, member only tournaments, and many more.

As an active golf club with both Men's and Women's Golf Associations, Sherbrooke has at least 12 Member Only golf tournaments each year in our "Sherbrooke Cup Series", including the Sherbrooke Shootout, Sherbrooke Stableford, Mac Schwebel Cup, President's Cup, Governor's Cup, March Madness 2 Man Team, Member-Guest, Club Championship and the Sherbrooke Cup. In addition, Sherbrooke has one of Florida's largest competitive Junior Golf Programs, which has bred numerous up-and-coming star athletes including Ashley Burke, Alexa Pano and Chase Koepka.

Sherbrooke is known as a course you can play year after year without getting bored and has been the training ground for renown past and current PGA golf professionals, including Bob Toski and Brooks Koepka. The Club House was designed with the image of Augusta in mind by the owner and developer, Mac Schwebel. His image and personal pride have been the motivation to keep the course in top condition over the past 43 years.



Brooks Koepka claimed his maiden European Tour title after overcoming a two-shot deficit in the final round to win the Turkish Airlines Open by a stroke on Sunday. Brooks shot a final-round 7-under 65 for an overall 17 under 271 that edged England's Ian Poulter.

"I feel like I've been playing really well and I've been knocking on the door, and these last maybe two, three months, I've been very close over here in the States," Koepka said. "I also felt like I should have won a couple. But I've been knocking on the door and I've learned something every time, and used that today. I was very relaxed, very calm today. It showed I guess."

Victory means that Koepka will likely move inside the top 40 in the Official World Golf Rankings when they are released Monday. Koepka also has an invitation to the Masters.

"I've kind of had Augusta on the schedule since playing in the U.S. Open this year," he said. "So that invitation is going to be nice and I was actually told in the locker room, I didn't even know at the time. My dad somehow knew it, which I have no clue he said something to me and I was like, okay, right, funny. But yes, definitely looking forward to that. That will be great as growing up, watching that tournament, has always been special."

Koepka, who won four times on the secondary Challenge Tour over the past two seasons, jumped from 43rd to sixth in the Race to Dubai standings and becomes one of the favorites to be named European Tour Rookie of the Year.

Other results ensured that top-ranked Rory McIlroy captured the 2014 Race to Dubai crown, his second in three years. The Northern Irishman was among the first to congratulate Koepka. News

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