Brookridge Country Club and Golf

  • Brookridge Blvd
    Brooksville, FL 34613


Bursting with amenities in bright, sunny Florida, Brookridge is an active adult community with a golf club at its center. There is an abundance of amenities within the community, but more important is the neighborhood’s location being only 1/2 mile from the Suncoast Parkway. Bookridge is just 45 minuets from Tampa and has proximity to multiple hospitals and shopping plazas that are a short drive away. This location is 15 minutes from the Gulf, Pine Beach, and Weeki Wachee Springs.

Brookridge is a masterfully planned 55+ manufactured home golf community located on Florida’s nature coast, in the Hernando County town of Brooksville. It is is a deed-restricted community with 24 hour gated access and all lots are individually owned with owners belonging to the Brookridge Community Home Owners Association where fees are kept to a low level. Homes in the community vary from 2-4 bedrooms and range from 720 square feet to 2,640 square feet in living area. Some homes overlook the golf course.

 Brookridge offers residents a heated pool with a sundeck, clubhouse, tennis courts, an 18-hole golf course, and putting green. The pool, sports courts and regularly scheduled events like bingo games and dances contribute to the active nature of the neighborhood. The biggest amenity in the neighborhood is The Brookridge Country Club Golf Association, which is home to a par 72 championship golf course, pro shop and clubhouse. The pro shop and club house provide the pleasant setting for many social functions and includes a full liquor bar, restaurant snack shop and golf equipment sales, as well as a comfortable area to lounge with friends. The Association host golf leagues, social functions and a yearly tournament. Memberships include opportunities to participate in 9 and 18 hole leagues for ladies and men as well as regular social golf functions. A Club Championship Tournament is held each year for regular members. 

Rotary Centennial Dog is a popular place to socialize your dog just a few miles outside the community, while Bud McKethan Park is where people go for a playground, pavilion picnics and a walking trail. During the warmer months, residents visit Bayport Park Pier on the Gulf of Mexico for fishing, tanning and relaxing. The Suncoast Trail and Tom Van Park, which has baseball, softball, basketball and picnic areas are also nearby.