Sometimes, Super Bowl rings and magazine covers can lead to more uneasiness than praise. That was the case at The Country Club in the Boston suburb of Brookline, where Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, live.
Despite the celebrity couple’s multi-million-dollar mansion residing next door, their application to the exclusive club was pending for two years due to other members’ obvious privacy concerns. However, the Boston Globe reports that after careful deliberation, Brady and Bundchen are now admitted as members.
The club founded in 1882 on Chestnut Hill offers a bevy of impressive amenities including two golf courses, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a curling rink, an Olympic-size pool, skeet shooting, trails for cross-country skiing and a pond for ice skating. The club and its greens, which have hosted U.S. Opens and the Ryder Cup in the past and ranks as one of the country’s best golf courses, have a somewhat discriminatory background — not allowing women until 1989 or blacks until 1994.
Brady, whose name shows up on a roster of new members just posted on the club’s…