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Our Clubhouse offers both dine-in and take-out meals.
Stop by on Fridays and check out our seafood specials.
At Touisset Country Club, we offer yearly memberships, walk-on tee times, event hosting, great savings in our Pro Shop, and fast friendly service!
Raymond Brigham and Richard Weller began the construction of Touisset Country Club in 1960, a family-run endeavor that sought to convert the grounds that were formerly used as farmland.
Since 100% of the construction was done by hand, some of the natural occurring hazards were left out on the course. Some of which include large boulders that provide a truly unique experience. After only one year, the first rounds at Touisset were played late in the summer of 1961.
Although TCC is a 9-hole track, that doesn't necessarily make it easy. The course is of average length, but it can be quite challenging. Once voted one of the most difficult 9-hole courses in New England, Touisset presents a test to golfers of all levels. The greens are Penncross bent grass and boast some tricky reads.
The original farmhouse barn is now used as TCC's main building. In it houses the Pro Shop, Club House, and Maintenance Facilities. We offer yearly memberships, leagues and associations for both men and women. Touisset is still a family owned and operated business that offers many amenities to our members that you just can't find anywhere else. We are one of the few courses left in New England who allows private cart membership and storage. We also have youth golf clinics in the summers and multiple USGA accredited instructors on staff.
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- TMGA Member-Member 9/21/14 6-noon
- Leslie P. Brigham Memorial Golf Tournament 9/28/14 12:00 shotgun start - open to the public, $100 pp (includes GF and Cart Rental - $65 without), email to sign up to play or visit our home page to make a donation to the event. Proceeds will benefit local hospice organizations.