About Greenock Country Club
The Greenock Country Club is an excellent recreational destination in Lee, MA. It was one of the United States' first golf courses, dating all the way back to 1895. After being renovated and redesigned in 1927, it is one of the best golf locations in the Berkshires. The 9-hole course is open to the public 7 days a week and contains pristine facilities for an outstanding round or two of golf. Before or after playing, guests can have a snack, meal, and drinks in the lounge in the historic main building. A large banquet hall is also available for larger group events. Two full-sized clay tennis courts are also available for guests 7 days a week. The perfectly maintained courts are often lined for pickleball, providing guests with the facilities for as many activities as they hope for. Guests should visit the country club's website for information on reserving tee times and carts, the appropriate clothing for the area, and anything else they may need for a wonderful day on the golf course. The wide range of activities and perfectly maintained facilities at the Greenock Country Club, as well as its close proximity to historic Stockbridge town and Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, make it an idea location for family-friendly golf and outdoor activities in Western Massachusetts.