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A Greenville Family Tradition Since 1905

Greenville Country Club is one of the South's most historic country clubs.  Founded in 1905, the club features two championship 18-hole golf courses - Chanticleer designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and Riverside, an original Donald Ross layout completed by William Langford.  Members also enjoy 17 lighted tennis courts, a wide array of dining experiences, social activities and a family-friendly, three-pool facility.

In fall of 2015, construction began on a 44,000 square foot clubhouse at the Greenville Country Club. This will be the club's fourth clubhouse in its 100-year plus history, replacing the precious clubhouse built in 1954. 

The new clubhouse will be built on the site same.  The two-story Southern-style clubhouse will include banquet and meeting facilities, a pub, dining areas, locker rooms, fitness facility and a pro shop for the Riverside golf course as well as outdoor and terrace space.

"This is an historic time for our club," said Chris Riley, 2014-15 President of the Club.  "In 2015 we added 100 new members, so there has never been a better time to begin this project.  The club is evolving and growing with the Greenville community.  When the clubhouse is completed, GCC will offer an unmatched private club experience in the Upstate."