Greenwich Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The Greenwich Country Club was founded in 1892, as the Fairfield County Golf Club. Under the enthusiastic leadership of Julian W. Curtis (1858 - 1944), first President of the newly chartered organization, the club grew from a five-hole backyard endeavor to a code of peaceful knolls in excess of 165 acres. From a charter membership numbering thirty two, the club has grown to 650 members and includes an international roster of members from as far away as Europe, South America and the Far East.
The club was the fourth Country Club established in America. In 1909, the name was changed to the Greenwich Country Club.
A golf course at Greenwich Country Club first opened for play in 1892. The first 18 hole course at the was designed by Seth Raynor. The course was redeisned by Donald Ross in 1946.
Championship tees: par-71, 6,706 yards, course rating 73.1, slope rating 135.
Middle tees: par-71, 6,385 yards, course rating 71.6, slope rating 132.
Forward tees: par-74, 5,851 yards, course rating 74.5, slope rating 133.
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