Club Details

Hallbrook Country Club

11200 Overbrook Road
Leawood, KS 66211-2957


This club uses CMAA's General Manager/Chief Operating Officer Concept.
Age of Club Number of Members Average Age of Members Club Ownership
33 686 57 Member-Owned
Gross Dollar Volume Annual Dues Volume Annual Food Sales Annual Beverage Sales
$11,400,000.00 $5,400,000.00 $1,400,000.00 $600,000.00

Golf Facilities

  • 18 hole course, par 72, designed by Tom Fazio
The 18-hole golf course is designed by Tom Fazio consisting of Bent grass greens, Bluegrass rough and Zoysia fairways, is surrounded by the native tall Fescue grasses that bend ever so gracefully in the Kansas breeze. The golf course is nestled within rolling hills, valleys, creeks and ponds that are surrounded by the beauty and serenity of the Hallbrook subdivision.

Tennis Facilities

  • 7 outdoor lighted Hard courts
The Tennis and Fitness/Pool Pavilion is a haven for adults and children during the warmer months. The six outdoor lighted tennis courts and one lighted stadium court provide players of all skill levels with recreational, instructional and competitive tennis from spring to fall. During the winter months, bubbles cover four lighted courts for year-round play. The club is currently exploring options to expand its permanent pickleball facilities in 2022 early 2023.

Swimming Facilities

  • 2 Outdoor
The pool season operates from Memorial Day to Labor Day and is complimented with full food and beverage services, social events and a high utilization of its swim and dive team program.

Other Athletic Facilities

Hallbrook wellness center is conveniently located adjacent to the tennis courts and shares the pavilion with the tennis pro shop. Outfitted with a professional bistro, outdoor pool and lounge, courtside fireplace, panoramic view of golf course, locker rooms, childcare, massage therapy and group classes.

Dining Facilities

  • 3 Casual Dining Room that seats 100
  • 1 Men's Grill that seats 40
  • 2 Outdoor Dining that seats 80
  • 3 Banquet Room that seats 300
The club maintains year round dining offering a contemporary menu selections that evolve with the seasons. During the summer months, members enjoy the outdoor dining options at the pool or on the clubhouse patio. The club offers year round special events, tasting menus and on occasion is known to host guest chefs to expand its culinary programs.

Special Club Features

The single most important event in the establishment of Hallbrook Country Club occurred in 1927 when Joyce C. Hall acquired a 41-acre farm at 110th Street and State Line Road.  Joyce Hall founded the largest greeting card company in the world, Hallmark Cards Inc., widely known and respected.   He built the large white Georgian-style house that still overlooks the golf course in 1930, raised his family and lived there until his death in 1982. In the mid 1980’s, the Hall family announced that the farm would become an upscale residential development with a golf course. 

Tom Fazio was selected to be the golf course architect, and the property for the golf course was selected first, after which the residential lots were plotted.  His charge was to respect the natural terrain and preserve as much of the landscape as possible.  Construction started in 1986, and the golf course was opened for play in June 1988 with Don Hall hitting the first drive.  At that time, based upon the USGA rating system, the golf course was the second most difficult course in the United States.

In January 1988, Hallbrook Farms Country Club was formed as a private golf, tennis and social club.  On July 1, 1989 Halbrook’s tennis and swimming pool pavilion opened.  Consistent with the Hall family philosophy, the facilities were first-rate.  The clubhouse opened Memorial Day weekend in 1990.  And on December 31, 1993 the ownership of the Club was turned over to the members, and the name was changed to Hallbrook Country Club.

Over the years some of the facilities have been replaced and others remodeled or improved.  The Club is home to 700 families of which take full advantage of the clubs many amenities which includes a 78,000 square foot clubhouse and 11,900 recreation facility. The Club boasts multiple dining options, fitness facility, pool, tennis courts, pickleball and a world class championship golf course.

The food and beverage operation is the heart of the Club and provides a la carte dining options 6 days a week during peak season in addition to a variety of member and private events . The Club generates $2.0 million in food and beverage revenue of which $1.2 million is from private and club event revenue.

Hallbrook Hospitality

Club is open 6 days per week, 12 months per year.

Job Details

Date Posted

11/12/2021

Job Title

Director of Hospitality

Brief Job Description

The Director of Hospitality is responsible for all club food & beverage service operations, including activities, dining options, and relationships between club members, guests, and employees. The individual will strive for superb dining and other food and beverage experiences for the club’s membership and their guests. This position works closely with, and reports to, the Clubhouse Manager and is a part of the leadership team.  The relationship with the Executive Chef and Catering Director is especially important to this position, ensuring collaborative and harmonious relationships between front and back of house operations.

Candidate Qualifications

  • Is a passionate leader with strong food and beverage credentials and a proven track record of providing premier - level hospitality services, with a personality that is commensurately appropriate for the Hallbrook culture.
  • Has a verifiable track record of successfully leading and growing a dynamic food and beverage program and clubhouse operations including building revenues, controlling costs, and meeting or exceeding planned and budgeted bottom line goals and objectives.
  • Is a “relationship” person who is successful in finding solutions with all sides in mind.
  • Has a positive attitude and is professional in nature with a high degree of integrity, strong work ethic, and can handle a fast paced, high-energy environment and clientele.
  • Proven leadership qualities with demonstrated ability to direct, coordinate and manage all facets of the clubs food and beverage operation.
  • Possessing financial acumen to understand club financials and manage budgets.
  • Sound and current knowledge of human resources practices, including wage and hour laws, employment and discharge, equal opportunity employment, OSHA and the full range of employee benefits.
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills. Comfortable speaking in front of a wide variety of groups including staff and board committees.

Educational Requirements

Resort, hotel, and restaurant leaders with strong relationship skills will be considered in addition to those from current club environments.

A college degree is preferred with a major in Hospitality, Finance, and/or Business management or a minimum of four years of Food & Beverage management experience in a high-volume facility or an equivalent combination of related education and experience.

Date Position Available

January 2022

Other Benefits

The club offers a comprehensive medical benefits, competitive 401K with generous match, PTO, cell phone reimbursement, CMAA membership and ongoing educational opportunities. 

Please send resumes to:

Jensen Kugle
Human Resources
11200 Overbrook Road
Leawood, KS 66211-2957
PHONE: 913.890.7163
employment@hallbrookcc.org