600 W 1st St,
Oswego, New York 13126-4199
The Club is an incorporated, member-owned, non-profit organization. The Oswego Country Club is among the nation’s oldest golf clubs, having been established on 1897. The original golf course was located near the shores of Lake Ontario, in the area referred to locally, as The Loop.
The Club’s present location, on West River Rd., was originally known as the Murray and Littlefield farm. The course consisted of only six holes, with the clubhouse being located near what is now the fourth hole.
The present clubhouse opened in 1903. In 1915 A.W. Tillinghast redesigned parts of the course, which is now known as the Front Nine. In 1978 Geoffrey Cornish designed the Club’s second nine holes, which is now the Back Nine.
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