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Happy Memorial Day!

God bless every household related to a fallen hero — a service man or woman who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Memorial Day is our nation’s way of remembering and valuing the lives that were forfeited for freedom and defense of the United States of America. God bless you, and may God bless […]

Mother’s Day Brunch

Why not treat your mother to a nice Sunday brunch on May 12th at Wachusett Country Club. Enjoy a great buffet with your family and make this Mother’s Day a special day for your mom. It is highly encouraged to call in advance or book online to make reservations. For reservations call 508.835.4484 x223 11:00 Seating […]


Who Knew?? The highest golf course in the world was once the Tuctu Golf Club in Morococha, Peru, which sat 14,335 feet (4,369 m) above sea level at its lowest point. What is your favorite golf course? Wachusett will become your favorite for sure!


Who Knew?? In 1962 – Jack Nicklaus wins his first major championship, the U.S. Open at Oakmont, by beating the local favorite Palmer. The press and the public referred to Nicklaus as “Fat Jack” and “Nick Louse.” Nicklaus has the last laugh – 18 major victories to go along with 19 runner-ups, more than anyone […]


Who Knew?? Golf has actually been played on the moon! It is only 1 of 2 sports to literally have been played out-of-this-world, along with the javelin throw. Back in 1971, Apollo 14 astronaut, Alan Shepard, swung a one-handed shot with a six-iron, which was all his pressure suit would allow. Tell us the most […]

Wachusett Country Club welcomes new executive dining chef

The club’s new executive dining chef, Ron Sakowski of Worcester, is designing a menu that will change offerings seasonally and enhance selections in the club’s Ross Tavern. The chef is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y.  


Who Knew?? The first ever golf balls were made of thin leather, stuffed with goose feathers. ‘Feather balls’ were used up until 1848, when they were replaced with the ‘Guttie’ ball, named for the rubber-like sap of the Gutta tree, found in the tropics. What is your favorite golf ball to play with?