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The Killearn Club

August 14, 2023 — As part of our work to restore Tallahassee’s landmark golf and social experience, Killearn Country Club & Inn will become The Killearn Club. The new name and look pay homage to the Club’s 50-year history and roots in Tallahassee, and Celtic heritage. The look includes a signature logomark inspired by the Club’s legacy, as well as its newly reimagined future.

David Cummings, an entrepreneur and Tallahassee native who grew up playing golf in Killearn, purchased the club property in 2022. Cummings is leading the multi-million dollar renovation, which includes a redesign of the 18-hole Championship Course, a new 9-hole course, The Clover, and practice facilities, as well as a new clubhouse, pool and restaurant, and other major improvements. Renowned golf architect Chris Wilczynski, ASGCA, authored the master plan for new golf facilities.

The project is approaching its one-year mark. Visitors to the Killearn area can already see glimpses of the redesigned course and the progress of turfgrass growth. It will be an exceptional golf course, with fairways that wind through the rolling landscape of the Red Hills, and greens framed by stately live oaks and tall pines. 

Since we announced the renovation last summer, many of you have shared memories of traditional holiday banquets, weddings and parties that brought people together at Killearn. Memories like these inspire our work to create a brand new, best-in-class golf and social club in Tallahassee. The result will delight current members and draw new faces and friends to The Killearn Club.

Please be mindful that the Club property remains an active construction site, and will be closed to all members, residents and visitors during the renovation.

As design and construction continues, we’ll keep sharing milestones and major announcements through our website and email list. This is where we’ll post information about membership, which is not yet finalized, as well as first looks at amenities and news about the golf course.