Worcester Country Club is a private country club that was founded in the early 20th century. The main attraction of the 18-hole golf course which has hosted many professional tournaments including two U.S. Opens and the first Ryder Cup in 1927. The course has been played by many pros and even former President William Howard Taft.
There’s more to do than play a round of golf at Worcester Country Club. The club has a large recreation complex which features a basketball court, tennis courts, and a large swimming pool. The pool has lanes for swimming laps as well as an area with a slide and diving board. There’s also a clubhouse with a dining area, library, club room, and rooms for hosting special events of business meetings. Before hitting the links, you can stop by the club’s pro shop which is stocked with golf clubs, bags, clothing, and more.
There are a variety of homes near Worcester Country Club including townhouses, Capes, and Colonials. The houses vary in size, but primarily range from 2-4 bedroom units with 1-4 bathrooms. Many homes in the area also have an attached garage. The neighborhoods near Worcester Country Club are formed by networks of side streets off of main roads such as Mountain Street E, Burncoat Street, and Hartwell Street. Many homes can be found Hillside Village Drive, Matteo Street, and Santoro Road.
There are many restaurants and stores within a few miles of Worcester Country Club along Route 12. Kendrick Field, a complex of sports fields, basketball courts, and a playground. Worcester’s Greendale Mall, the site of over twenty-five shops and restaurants, is also within three miles of the country club.
Worcester Country Club is conveniently located near many state routes and interstate highways. Locals can take Mountain Street E, which runs along the southern side of the club, to Route 12, Route 70, and Interstate 190, which connects to I-290 and George W Stanton Highway.