About

Whether you're playing golf or tennis, swimming or relaxing, Elizabeth Manor Golf and Country Club offers its members an enjoyable and active lifestyle. Elizabeth Manor has ongoing scheduled social events for the entire family and a strong community of friends and neighbors. Being a member of Elizabeth Manor means people know you by name and that you have a home away from home that the entire family can enjoy over the course of their lives.

With multiple levels of Membership options available, we're certain you will find the perfect fit for your family!


History

Elizabeth Manor was organized in 1948 when a small group of golfing enthusiasts met with T.A. Willett at the Norman Packing Company to discuss forming a new country club for golfers. In addition to Mr. Willett, the group included E.S. Early Sr., Ralph Yearby, Wolga Bland, Chandler Harper, Charles F. Harper Jr., George O. Diggs, Bus Beale, Harry G. McCready, R.R. McCoy, and J.M. Tusing.  The corporation they formed received its charter on May 14, 1948, and Mr. Willett and Mr. Early were elected the first president and treasurer.

Clarence “Ace” Parker is one of our founding members passed away at age 101.  He is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 1972. He played as quarterback for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Boston Yanks, and the New York Yankees. He was an All-American tailback at Duke University in 1936. Parker also played Major League Baseball from 1936 to 1937 with the Philadelphia Athletics, and then became the head baseball coach and assistant football coach at Duke University.