Have you heard the buzz going around about PPCC?

With all the new improvements both on the course, and in the clubhouse, Proctor-Pittsford Country Club continues to be the best deal in the area for golf.  Even with all the improvements membership dues remain very reasonable.

Due to the overwhelming demand for membership, we have reached our membership limit!

Please call the Pro Shop to be put on our waiting list.

Don't forget to download your Member's Welcome Guide.
Click here to get it

If you were a member for the 2021 season and your e-mail is on file, you will receive an invitation to rejoin shortly.

If you were a 2021 member and have not registered your e-mail, please e-mail with your name, address and e-mail you would like to have registered, in order to receive your invitation, and all future correspondence.

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Did You Know?

By the summer of 1942, the effects of the Great Depression, combined with World War II had reduced the membership to just 28 stockholders and 14 members. In the spring of 1943, the board voted the inevitable, and closed Proctor-Pittsford until conditions improved.

The course remained closed until the spring of 1946, with volunteers maintaining the course as best as possible, at their own expense, and whenever gas was available due to war-time gas rationing.

Henry Duskett

Former Club Manager and Pro, Henry Duskett enlisted and posted a sign on the pro shop that read:

"Closed. Gone to Hitler's funeral-Henry" 

This little piece of PPCC history and more can be found in Mary Fregosi's wonderful book,

"From Farms to Fairways: A History of the Proctor-Pittsford Country Club"

Available in the Pro Shop.

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