The Dedham Country and Polo Club was founded in 1887 as the Dedham Polo Club by some of Boston's most prominent businessmen and academics.
The Dedham polo team won the U.S. Polo Championship in 1900.
In 1910, the Dedham Polo Club merged with the Norfolk Country Club, renaming it the Dedham Country and Polo Club.
The jewel of the Club is its golf course. The original nine-hole course was laid out by Donald Ross in 1915. Subsequently, the original course was modified and expanded to 18 holes in 1925 by acclaimed architect, Seth Raynor, one of our country’s most accomplished golf course architects.
Raynor’s courses, including notably Fishers Island Club and The Course at Yale, reflect his design philosophy – replicating the design features of the best holes in Europe, incorporating a masterful understanding of the key features of links golf, and employing engineering excellence.
Raynor’s spectacular design has recently undergone a wonderful restoration under the expert eye of architect, Brian Silva. Completed in 2018, this project has brought out the best of Raynor’s original design and enhanced the golf experience for all who step on the course.
Dedham Country & Polo Club
124 Country Club Road
Dedham, MA 02026