On May 1,1973, Inverness Country Club opened it doors to the Inverness community and quickly established itself as a great club to be a member of and today has grown in elegance and status.

The original golf course was designed by George Cobb. In 2006, the golf course was completely renovated by noted golf course architect, Bill Bergin and features an outstanding practice facility, championship miniverde greens and a set of junior tees.

On June 11, 2007 the clubhouse was devastatingly destroyed by fire, but operations continued as usual. A module clubhouse was set up in the parking lot and the club continued to prosper. The new clubhouse opened July 4, 2009 to rave reviews from members and guests alike and in Spring 2011, Golf, Inc. Magazine named Inverness Country Club The Best New Clubhouse for 2010; a very prestigious award for the club industry.

The tennis facility has also seen great change. Originally 8 soft courts and two hard courts, the facility now features 13 soft and hydro courts and 3 U.S. Open blue hard courts.