Frankfort Country Club: One Hundred Years of History and Tradition, 1913–2013, is a commemorative history of an institution that holds a beloved place in the hearts and minds of its members and citizens of Kentucky. This publication tells the fascinating story of the club and its forebears, from its beginnings as an outgrowth of the famous Hoge-Montgomery Shoe Company, to its present location, nestled in a beautiful site among creeks, stately homes, and white-fenced farms. The club’s outstanding golf course is pictured throughout the book.
Throughout the years, Frankfort Country Club has been a place where friendships have been formed, achievements recognized, and community activities supported. It has hosted governors, judges, and nationally known golf professionals like Bobby Nichols, and has also nurtured budding talent through its youth swimming, tennis, and golf programs. You will read the names of the club’s men and women champions in golf and other sports and enjoy photographs of the many social activities which have taken place there over the years. Written in an informal, personable style, the book warmly recalls all of the accomplishments of this important organization. It is a fitting tribute to the Frankfort Country Club and its contributions to its members, the city of Frankfort, and the state of Kentucky.