About Dayton Country Club:

The Dayton Country Club golf course was originally designed by Donald Ross and revisited by Canadian architect, Geoffrey Cornish. Geoffrey is known for his work done following graduation from the University of Massachusetts. He created a master plan for DCC in 1964. Spectacular scenery surrounds this well-manicured golf course that is a pleasure to play yet a challenge for golfers at every skill level. In 2013 Dayton Country Club will serve as host to the 113th Women’s Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship.

At Dayton Country Club there is a golfing experience for the whole family.

We have an active Men’s Association with numerous member events topped off by the Men’s Invitational and Men’s Member-Member.
The Ladies Association has nine and eighteen hole organizations that meet every Tuesday and Thursday. There is also a three hole league for those ladies looking to become familiar with the golf course or those that just don’t have the time for nine or eighteen. A drink of the evening is provided, along with tips from the pros.
Our junior program allows juniors the opportunity to receive instruction and true playing experience; with junior play day on Wednesday’s and numerous junior clinics throughout the summer. Younger children can first experience golf through our SNAG golf program.
Family events are also offered throughout the summer with Family Twilight rounds and the Parent-Child.
The Professional staff is here to offer their expertise with private lessons and a multitude of clinics throughout the season.

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