Manito Country Club Manito Golf & Country Club was founded in 1917 at Hart Field by a small group of dedicated golf enthusiasts. The Club permanently moved to its current location in 1922. Today, its 400 golfing members and 200 other members continue to enjoy a beautiful course, as well as a modern clubhouse, various dining options, spacious swimming pool with bathhouse and a lively calendar of year-round social events. Manito Golf & Country Club offers the pleasures of golf, dining, and seasonal swimming at your leisure. Leave the crowds behind as you enjoy recreation with family and friends. Manito Golf & Country Club enjoys the distinction of offering the most secure value in the area. Read more about Membership During the golf season, we offer employment opportunities in the clubhouse and on the golf course to assure the high quality of daily service our members have come to expect as well as for the myriad of receptions, weddings, banquets, business meetings and golf tournaments regularly accommodated. Read more about Employment Manito Golf and Country Club members enjoy play on a course designed by the legendary golf course architect, Arthur V. Macon. The tree lined par 71 course is 6470 yards long with a slope of 70.9 and a course rating of 128. The course is most famous for being the site of the 1944 PGA Championship and our famous greens; which Byron Nelson called the fastest greens I ever played . Since its founding in 1922, member-owned Manito Golf & Country Club has been a sanctuary from the stress of the city where members and their families enjoy the serene and gentle calm only offered in a country club setting. Today, that legacy is stronger than ever with Manito's commitment to tradition while creating a progressive vision for today and tomorrow's members.