Welcome to The Groton Country Club!

Fall Tournaments: Registration for all of these event are available in the Pro-Shop.

Ed Sherwin Memorial Tournament-
On September 20, 2014 the Groton Country Club with be hosting a 9am shotgun tournament as a memorial for Ed Sherwin. The format will be a remove a club scramble. For $35.00 you will get lunch, prizes, golf and a cart. 

Nine and Dine- 
Starting at 4:30pm on Friday, September 26, 2014 another shotgun tournament will be happening! The price for this event is $34.99, with that you will get 9 holes of golf and dinner. This will be a fun event for all!  

Golf, beer tasting, and bratwurst, what is not to love!Come join us on Saturday October 4th for a fun filled day! The price for this event is $29.99, the golf, beer tasting and bratwurst is all included. 

Introducing New Junior Golf Programs!

After five fun-filled weeks of junior golf camp we are pleased to announce we will be starting three fall programs! We will be offering a weekday clinic on Wednesdays throughout September and October. A Saturday morning league will be developed in which juniors will break off into supervised groups to play the course. Another event that will take place on October 3rd and 10th is a senior versus junior scramble. As always camp synthesis will include games, prizes, and surprises! More information about these programs can be found in the 'Junior Golf Program' tab located under 'Summer Camps'!

The Groton Country Club (formerly known as Groton Pool and Golf Center) owned by the Town of Groton, is an affordable, family oriented recreational complex offering fun for all ages. We are open to the public regardless of residency and are located in the heart of historic Groton, Massachusetts, easily accessible from Route 495, Boston and Worcester.

Here at Groton we feature a 9 hole golf course, a heated olympic size pool, the Tavern pub and grill, summer camp programs and a reception hall facility for weddings, parties and all types of events.  

(Please be sure to access 94 Lovers Lane from Route 119 in Groton, aka Boston Road)