Burlington Golf Club
2124 Sunnyside Avenue
Burlington, IA 52601
319-752-2769 - Clubhouse
319-752-3720 - Golf Pro Shop
319-752-9733 - Golf Course Maintenance
319-752-3011 - Facsimile
Burlington Golf Club is a private social club for the social and recreational benefit of its members. Use of the Club is limited to members and their guests. The Clubhouse is open Tuesday-Sunday year-round. It is closed New Year's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
Sarah Wilcox, Food & Beverage Director
319-752-2769 Ext. 202
Michele Beard, Banquet Manager
Bridget Gerling, Accountant
319-752-2769 Ext. 201
Joe Butler, PGA Head Golf Professional
319-752-3720 Ext. 209
Matt Hall, Head Golf Course Superintendent
319-752-9733 Ext. 216
The Club has banquet space for up to 250 people. There are multiple areas where banquets may be held depending on the day and time. Headwear of any kind and swimwear are not permitted in the banquet space.
The Heritage Dining Room and Bonnie Weaver Bar are the areas for casual dining. Jeans are acceptable attire in these areas. Headwear of any kind and swimwear are not acceptable.
The Formal Dining Room is the Club's formal dining area. Jeans are not permitted in the Formal Dining Room.
Shirts and blouses with collars. Collarless shirts, blouses, sweatshirts and T-shirts should be dressy and conform to the styles offered in our Pro Shop or in other fine clothing stores. Jeans, Slacks, Bermuda or mid-thigh length shorts are all acceptable attire on the golf courses. Soft spikes are permitted.
Tennis shorts, frayed, ragged, tattered or sloppy clothing of any kind; cut-offs, bib overalls and coveralls; gym shoes and jams-style clothing halter tops, tube tops, muscle shirts; clothing with inappropriate lettering or designs, including lewd sayings, etc, are all considered inappropriate attire on the golf course.
Appropriate tennis apparel. Tennis shoes, suitable to the surface of the courts, are to be worn at all times.
Persons who take, develop, create or print certain photographs, paintings, artwork or drawings of the Burlington Golf Club's property are prohibited from selling or reproducing said images unless they have the written approval from the Club's Board of Directors.
Food and Liquor Regulations
It is against state law for any member or guest to bring liquor or beer on to the Club's grounds. No food, liquor or beer shall be allowed on the Club's property unless purchased on the premise.