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    The Clubhouse     

As the summer of 1914 came to a close, Worcester’s clubhouse, designed by Worcester architect L.W. Briggs and constructed by the E.J.  Cross Company, was nearing completion – and what a clubhouse it was! Architect Briggs, had created “an English country home.”  The clubhouse is reported to have cost sixty five thousand dollars, a significant but not princely sum in those days.  Today’s equivalent would be just over one million dollars. 

 

Worcester Magazine of November 1914 referred to the Worcester clubhouse as ...  “a structure which is not too showy, yet most picturesque; not too rambling, yet perfectly adequate for all the needs of such a club for a long period to come.”  The author of the above has been proved prescient. 

 
   
Club Room
The Club Room is a classic setting for a relaxing cocktail, a dinner dance or an all Club meeting.
 

Library
Whether it is set up for a game of cards, an intimate evening meal or a small business meeting the Library welcomes all.

 
   
The Early Clubhouse 
 

The Boardroom
The Boardroom is the sanctuary for Club decisions or for small luncheons or meetings.

 

Ryder Cup Room
The Ryder Cup Room acts as the hub of Club activity churning out lunches, dinners and drinks.