History

Ipswich Country Club

The standards were set many generations ago.  Great influential poets, philosophers, and historians proudly wrote about the elegant charm of the northeast region of Massachusetts.  It was 23 years ago when renowned course architect Robert Trent Jones Sr. schemed about creating a private 18-hole club in the heart of the northeast region of Massachusetts. He soon turned his vision into reality once he began collaborating with fellow designers credited to establishing The Village at Loon Mountain.

From day one, Ipswich Country Club established itself as a premier facility in the private golf club world.  A course of unsurpassed beauty coupled with a family-oriented atmosphere make Ipswich one of the most admirable clubs in the northeast.  Since then, Ipswich Country Club has undergone several changes in both management and course renovation, allowing it to grow from 100 to upwards of 600 active memberships.