The Pool Room

The Pool Room sits adjacent to the Member's Bar and furnishes the setting to carry forward a tradition that has engaged members most weekdays since 1891 when the Club rented David Moffat's mansion at 14th and Curtis for it's temporary quarters.

Today's shooters play "300" pool, a quirky but captivating version of the traditional game. All their bending, stretching and careful sighting lead to the traditional Club pool tournament. This tournament is not an event-it's a process. True to the character of the place, it drags on all year.

In September of 2013, the Pool Room was remodeled to add seating for dining as well as two flat-screen televisions, to enhance the member experience.