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The 165-Acre Manchester Country Club Hosts Multiple Amateur Championships
Manchester Country Club was founded in 1967, and the course was originally designed by Geoffrey Cornish, former President of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. The course is located on Beech Street on 165 acres of the former “Senecal Farm.”
The front nine was opened for play on May 29, 1970 with a membership cookout and an inaugural first shot by Robert Brewster. The back nine was finished in July of the same year and renovated in 2003. Host to multiple Amatuer Championships, Manchester’s challenging yet rewarding design is enjoyed by golfers of many skill levels. MCC encourages you to have a look at their Aerial Drone Video and 360* Photography gallery. Other amenities include practice range and onsite restaurant.