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About Membership

We always welcome new members to the Stockbridge Golf Club.

The culture of the club can best be described as an informal summer golf and tennis club. Members of the club and guests enjoy golf, tennis and a warm social life in a friendly, informal, field club atmosphere. Our membership comes from a wide cross-section of the local population, as well as non-residents and second-home owners who are attracted to the Berkshires for its natural beauty and rich cultural life.

The membership process is simple and the club offers many membership categories to fit the varying needs of different people. These categories include Family, Single, Senior, Under 35, Junior, Evening, and Non-Resident.

The local community has much to offer as well. The Towns of Stockbridge, neighboring Lenox and, indeed, the entire Berkshire county area, are renowned for cultural and performing arts events of all kinds throughout the year, and for museums, hiking, skiing, antiques shops, bed & breakfast inns, fine dining and much more. Some of the local icons include the Red Lion Inn, the Norman Rockwell Museum, Tanglewood, the Berkshire Theater Festival, the Barrington Stage Company, Shakespeare & Company, Colonial Theater and Jacob’s Pillow – just to name a few. It’s a great place to live and a wonderful place for a second home.

Many of the fine inns in the Berkshires can make arrangements for non-members to play the golf course. Those who sample the course often become members. If you are interested in joining the club please contact Christine Schaefer by telephone at 413.298.3439 ext. 1, or by email at Or, get in touch with a member you may know.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Stockbridge Golf Club is located in the town of Stockbridge in western Massachusetts.

Yes. Click Here for more information about the dress code.
No. Stockbridge Golf Club is a private club, with a fantastic ‘no Tee-times’ 18 hole golf course, Har-Tru tennis courts and full service dining, all accessible for the use of its members and their guests. There are member sponsored ‘outside’ events for golf available through invitation.

Stockbridge Golf Club thanks you for your interest in becoming a member of our community. We enjoy a very special oasis here in the Berkshires, and feel we have much to offer in the way of a family-friendly recreational facility.

Here is a brief description of the application process: Becoming a member of SGC requires that you complete an application form which, along with an informational packet, can be obtained by requesting one by email or calling us. Upon receipt, your application will be reviewed by the Membership Committee and you will be contacted by the Membership Chairperson regarding the application process and to answer any further questions you may have. All applications are then reviewed by the Board of Governors for approval.
Yes. Two references from current Stockbridge Golf Club members are the norm, but we welcome inquiries and can accommodate applications from those who may not know current SGC Members.
Yes. All members are required to pay an initiation fee, which is non-refundable
No. They are non-refundable fees
Yes. Our Office Manager and our Membership Chair will be happy to explain the different payment options available.
No. Dues will be billed separately upon acceptance. There is also an installment plan option for dues payments.
Stockbridge Golf Club offers a variety of member categories that are tailored to fit individual needs. These categories include Family, Single, Senior, Under 35, Junior, Evening and Non-Resident.

Please consult our Membership Inquiry Form.
We have demo equipment and great teaching pros to get you started playing Golf and/or Tennis.
With several sets of tees and the Housatonic River meandering throughout, the golf course can fit (or challenge) the game of any golfer at any skill level. From the back tees, the course measures 6,655 yards - short by modern standards, but with a premium on accuracy due to the close proximity of the river on more than half the holes. There’s plenty of challenge here if you want it. Conversely, higher handicap players have the opportunity to choose from among three sets of forward tees, so the course can be enjoyable for all ability levels.

Click on the Golf & Tennis link above to learn more about the course
Luncheon is served daily from 11 am to 7 pm during peak season (3 pm on Fridays). Informal dinners are served until 8 pm on Wednesday and Thursday nights. Formal dinners are served until 9 pm on Friday evenings and some Saturday evenings. These times are subject to change due to special events held at the Clubhouse.
Yes, and members are encouraged to do so.
Yes. Our golf and tennis pros stock their pro shops each season with the latest in equipment and apparel.
Yes. We have reciprocity with the Country Club of Pittsfield and Wyantenuck Country Club for the weekends of each club’s Invitational, The Stockbridge Trophy, The Wyantenuck Fall Member/Guest and The Pittsfield Member/Guest. Members of each club hosting these events may make arrangements, through their professionals, to play at one of the other clubs. Green fees are waived for play on these particular weekends.
For further information about the club and/or Membership, complete our Membership Inquiry Form or contact:

Jim Nejaime

Membership Committee Chairperson

Christine Schaefer

Operations & Member Relations Manager