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Greenwich Country Club

About Greenwich Country Club

The Greenwich Country Club is a Platinum Club and a Distinguished Club of America. It is one of the premier full-service, family-oriented country clubs in the country. Located in beautiful Greenwich Connecticut, just 40 miles from Manhattan, the Greenwich Country Club is a home away from home for 650-member families. Situated on 165 acres, Greenwich Country Club is the third oldest country club in the United States. It was originally founded in 1892 as the Fairfield Country Club. In 1909 the transition was made to a full-service country club. The club facilities include an eighteen-hole golf course, eight har-tru tennis courts including four that go into a bubble for the winter season, four paddle tennis courts, a brand-new aquatics facility, fitness center, three squash courts, six bowling lanes, skeet & trap shooting, summer camp, formal and casual dining in three separate restaurants, a 400-seat grand ballroom and 16 recently refurbished guest rooms. The club employs a total of 196 staff members and also provides on-premise housing for about 40 employees. The main clubhouse is 90,000 square feet with an additional 115,000 square feet in 13 other buildings. Upcoming projects for the next two years include a full redesign of the first floor of the main clubhouse with its restaurant, bar and pre-function space and a large-scale golf course enhancement.
The club is run by an energetic, innovative and young-minded management team that shines by a competitive mind-set and eagerness to continuously improve performance. A team that is thinking out of the box to create a unique and exciting member experience combining tradition and deep history of the club with new trends and modern twists.

Reviews

Camp Counselor

June 2019 - August 2019 Greenwich, CT
“I really liked this opportunity to work with kids. I found that running day-to-day activities was rewarding because it gave kids a reason to get outside and be creative in the Summer. ”
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