With almost 70 years of history, NCR Country Club has firmly maintained its position as the prestigious regional leader in the golf community with a family focused multigenerational club. Each year, the club hosts numerous events benefiting charities including the Children’s Miracle Network outing raising $3 million in funds for 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the U.S. and Canada. NCR Country Club continues to provide the setting for the popular Men’s Member-Guest weekend hosting guests from around the country.
From the beginning, NCR Country Club’s two courses presented a contrast in geography and a true test to even the professional golfer. The South course is world renowned and has achieved status on the Golfweek list of the Top 100 classically designed courses in America. The South has been host to the 51st PGA Championship in 1969, won by Raymond Floyd, the 41st U.S. Women’s Open in 1986, won by Jane Geddes, the 1998 U. S. Mid-Amateur Championship, won by Spider Miller and the 2005 U.S. Senior Open Championship, won by Alan Doyle, and hosted the 2013 USGA Women's State Team Championship. Continuing our championship history, NCR Country Club has been selected from a highly competitive field by the USGA as the host site of the 4th U.S. Senior Women's Open Championship, a tournament swiftly claiming a prominent place in golf history.
NCR Country Club takes great pride in creating an enjoyable and pleasurable atmosphere for its members, their families and invited guests by maintaining a gracious and congenial atmosphere.
“NCR Country Club is for the enjoyment and pleasure of all its members, their families and invited guests. The Club will offer golf, social and recreational facilities and programs that will encourage use by existing members and attract prospective members. The Club will strive to deliver these high quality services and operations at an outstanding value while maintaining a sound financial position.”