Timberlane Country Club - New Orleans Golf
Timberlane Country Club first opened its doors in 1959 and immediately became the first private country club on the Westbank. Timberlane is known as being one of the most difficult courses designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Timberlane still holds the traditional values from when the course was developed and continues to operate under a Board of Trustees and Directors.
Timberlane hosts the annual Gretna Green Knickers Golf Tournament and Clubhouse Affaire’ every November. Members and guests are encouraged to dress in the era decade theme and participate in both golf and social events. This event is an all-time favorite for all participants and is highly recognized in the media.
The club offers many amenities to its members and guests. Along with a beautiful par 72 golf course, Timberlane offers two sand volleyball courts, two regulation sized tennis courts, a large Olympic-size swimming pool, and an overall fantastic dining experience with Cafe Hope, who operates the food & beverage program at the Club. Timberlane is a family oriented country club which offers several social events for members during the year including the Not-So-Haunted Hayride and the Kentucky Derby which are two of the club's signature events.