Situated on Boston’s historic North Shore, Renaissance is redefining what a modern private club should be. In addition to offering members the best golf course in the region, it offers a magnificent American Shingle-style clubhouse with overnight club rooms, extensive golf practice area, tennis, fitness, and pool facilities, including a children’s play area and colorful gourmet food truck.
The 18-hole Brian Silva-designed golf course at Renaissance was one of three national finalists for the NGCOA “Course of the Year” in 2014—and with good reason. Every hole offers up a series of strategic challenges that players of all skill levels enjoy. It’s a course renowned for its classic design features, straight from golf’s Golden Age of Architecture—and for being a ton of fun to play.
The American Shingle-style clubhouse at Renaissance provides the perfect combination of elegance and comfort. From the entryway with its stately fireplace to the relaxed atmosphere of the Grille Room, to the expansive locker rooms, overnight club rooms, golf simulator room and fitness center, this is a clubhouse that serves many purposes beautifully.
The clubhouse’s Grand Ballroom is the very definition of elegance and beauty. It will, quite simply, take your breath away—as will the scenic vistas of the golf course from the adjoining veranda. Combined with the excellent service that is the hallmark of all Southworth clubs, it’s easy to see why Renaissance is in such high demand for weddings and other events.
Renaissance is a family club, and nowhere is this more apparent than at the club’s resort-style pool and tennis area. Along with the all-weather USTA hard-surface courts, the pool area offers a children’s play zone, storage cabanas, a fun gourmet food truck for lunches and snacks, and, of course, an expansive zero-entry swimming pool that’s a summertime delight for swimmers of all ages.