New Albany Country Club

New Albany Country Club


New Albany is a 5,000-acre community on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio. The community surrounds a 36-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Cooper Robertson developed the Master Plan for the central area and designed the Golf and Bath & Tennis clubs, the first crescent of Georgian houses, and this main clubhouse.

The clubhouse acts as the community’s social and recreational center. Conceived as a large country house in the manner of 18th-century Virginia plantations, the Clubhouse commands sweeping views across the golf course. Constructed of hand-molded red brick, the 49,000 square foot building is accented by limestone, and is capped by roofs of copper and slate. It contains formal and informal dining areas, social rooms, locker rooms, and a pro shop, as well as banquet facilities on two floors.



The New Albany Company

New Albany, Ohio
Site Area
49,000 square feet
Completion Date

Diedrich Architects Architect of Record

Olin Partnership Landscape Architects

Irvine & Fleming Interior Designers

Lantz Jones Nebraska Structural Engineers

Lehr/RLC Engineering MEP Engineers

Gilbane Building Company Construction Manager