About Us


Club History

The Kirtland Country Club began as Leo Doro Farms, the estate of Mrs. Henry A. Everett - including the stone mansion built in 1910 that is now the Clubhouse. The property was purchased by stockholders in 1920 and the Club formally opened on July 9, 1921 with 233 members.

Between 1921 and 1922, there was construction of a river dam, four Tennis Courts, Polo Fields, Swimming Pool and Men's Lockerhouse.  The Golf Course, designed by internationally known English architect Captain C.H. Allison, opened in 1922 as well. 

The Indoor Tennis Building was constructed in the late 1960s and then renovated in 1989 to add a third court and the locker areas.

A massive fire completely destroyed the Clubhouse building in 1975; and, the new Clubhouse was constructed and reopened in 1976.

In 2008, the Clubhouse was renovated to add the Club Room, and to update the West Porch with French Doors, heating & air conditioning, as well as restoring the fireplace. Also in 2008, the Golf Course restoration was completed.

Our Mission

The Kirtland Country Club is dedicated to providing its members, their families and guests with social and recreational experiences that celebrate and foster friendship, respect and appreciation of tradition.

Our Vision

The Kirtland Country Club will be distinguished as the area's premier family-oriented club that values personal responsbility and professional service. The Club will be committed to providing the highest quality amenities, activities and services at all times. The core focus will be total member satisfaction and fiscal responsibility.

Our Core Values and Priorities



We believe in doing what's in the best interests of our members regardless of the difficulty of the decision.

Common Purpose

The collective efforts of members and staff are focused on our mutual success and satisfaction.


Our expectations are that we do the best in all that we endeavor or we don't attempt it.


Our staff strives to continually redefine excellence to our members, their families, guests and entire club community making The Kirtland Country Club known for its extraordinary and memorable experiences.

Fiscal Responsibility

We believe that prudence and fiscal integrity is of utmost importance for the long term well-being of our Club; operating and capital decisions are based on this philosophy.