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Broadmoor

Broadmoor is a prestigious gated golf course community of elegant, mostly mature and well-kept homes bordered by the wonderful Washington Park and Madison Park communities as well as the Washington Park Arboretum. Privacy and seclusion yet the convenience of living in the city; Broadmoor is the perfect place to call home! Children outside playing and riding bikes is common with the added level of security in this close-knit community securely monitored by security guards at both the front and back entrances. There is a delightful mix of all ages in this well-established neighborhood!

Broadmoor was founded by E. G. Ames, Grosvenor Folsom and George W. Johnson in 1924. Ames was the general manager of Puget Mill Company who owned the land and they decided to develop the Pacific Northwest’s first country club development. 115 acres was dedicated to a golf course and 85 acres to residences.

A. Vernon “Mac” Macan, the leading golf course architect of the time was instructed to spare no expense when designing this ‘state of the art’ golf course community.

The mission of the Broadmoor Golf Club is to be a premier private golf club providing an exceptional golf experience. Broadmoor features an impeccably maintained urban golf course that is supported by unparalleled facilities and services and is comprised of an active and distinctive membership that honors golf’s rich tradition and values.

The country club’s opening day was April 16, 1927, and was a celebratory day of fun events for both the men and women members including a luncheon and tea. At this time there was a temporary building, but plans were well underway for the elegant clubhouse which opened about a year later.

The club has continued to grow and is still owned by its members; a non-profit organization.


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