Merchantville Country Club

About Merchantville Country Club:

Merchantville Country Club is a private golf club nestled away on 40 acres of land in Cherry Hill of Camden County, New Jersey. Founded in 1892, MCC stands as the 10th oldest golf course in America. In 1892, John B. Morton and his colleagues Frederick W. Klienz and John P. Burleigh founded the Merchantville Field Club Organization, known today as Merchantville Country Club. Originally, the club undertook all popular outdoor endeavors including baseball, cricket, tennis, golf, and even football. The club is conveniently located 10 minutes from Center City, Philadelphia, and is easily accessible to the South Jersey region. MCC combines its 120 year old heritage with modern day needs of membership to provide a pleasant atmosphere for all. The 9-hole golf course is easy to walk and challenges even the best players. Tournaments and leagues are hosted on a regular basis in season and are open to all skill levels. Merchantville Country Club also features a bar and grill, formal dining room, golf shop, and a wrap around deck with stunning panoramic views of the golf course.

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Email | 856-662-7835