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My dad was an out of town member and graduate of Williams College. The course is a little pricey but it is well maintained and has great views of the Berkshire Mountains.
Their restaurant is well maintained with friendly and professional staff. The food is...More
When visiting with family in Williamstown, the Taconic Clubhouse was a perfect place for lunch. We sat on the patio which overlooked the golf course as well as the Farley-Lamb football, lacrosse field. With the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in the distance it was perfect! I...More
Taconic is fantastic. You could take the lay-out and put it in the middle of a corn field in Iowa and it would be great. You could take a dog track of a course and put it in the same setting as Taconic is in,...More
So much has happened at this iconic course since 1896; one can almost hear the echoes of the many celebrations of great shots and putts that have occurred here in the ensuing 120 years!
The staff was a key ingredient in setting the stage for...More
One of the best college courses in the country, I first played here 50+ years ago and it only looks better than I remember. Very walkable, every hole memorable. Too early to be in tiptop shape, but should be great in high season. It's only...More
I have played this course twice. Once about 25 years ago with a member in a late day round that took about 3 hours as the course was quiet. After playing it very quickly, I always wanted to go back, but until last weekend had...More
I've been traveling to Williamstown, Massachusetts for 30 years to play this gem of a golf course. It's not the hardest course you'll play nor is it fancy. It is just a course built in the Berkshires which capitalizes on a beautiful mountain setting. I've...More
Taconic Golf Club is a semi-private golf course that started in 1896 and the course was designed in 1927 by Wayne Stiles of Stiles & Van Cleek. The staff treats everyone like a special member. The greens fees are expensive, but I have paid more...More