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The Country Club of Troy

The Country Club of Troy, established in 1925, is one of the premier private country clubs in the Capital Region and the only private club in Rensselaer County. The club’s first President, Charles Stone, retained famed leading American golf course architect, Walter J. Travis (1862-1927) the 1900, 1901 and 1903 U.S. Amateur Champion and 1904 British Amateur Champion, to design the golf course. Travis’ layout, although moderate in length, measuring just over 6,600 yards from the back tees, provides golfers quite a test with its numerous, well-placed bunkers and undulating greens. Recent restorations of the course consist of a state-of-the-art irrigation system, restored bunkers, new cart paths, and enhancements to selected tee complexes.
The Country Club of Troy is the last course that Travis designed, and the club is a proud member of the Walter J. Travis Society. 

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Our Clubhouse & Porch

The clubhouse was designed in 1927 by then famous New York City architect Pliny Rogers. The unique aspect of the design is that it consists of several buildings, rather than the large mansion type structures of that era. The clubhouse was built to overlook the gorge of the Poestenkill Creek, the 18th hole of the golf course and the picturesque hills of Brunswick and the Grafton Mountain.

The porch, unlike any other, is our members’ favorite area of the clubhouse. Whether it is enjoying a meal while watching golfers complete their rounds, dancing the night away at a club event or wedding reception, or participating in a golf outing, the porch is the perfect setting. Recent restorations of the clubhouse include new furnishings, new flooring and wall treatments, an interior redesign of the golf shop and updated porch and pool furniture.