The Binghamton Country Club was established in 1889, which makes it the 18th oldest club in America. It began with 9 holes along the Susquehanna River. In 1921, world renowned architect, A.W. Tillinghast was retained to design and build an 18 hole golf course on its current site. The golf course is famous for its challenging fast greens and manicured fairways. The following information will hopefully answer any questions you may have. If there is anything we can do to assist you in enjoying your visit, please let us know.
-Rick Keding, PGA General Manager
If you are planning to visit Binghamton Country Club, we would like you to feel comfortable, by knowing in advance, some of our particulars. Upon your arrival, please follow the signs to the "Bag Drop Area". A Club employee will be available to assist you with your clubs. The Pro Shop and locker rooms are located on the lower level of the clubhouse. Please introduce yourself, and we would be happy to assist you with any needs you may have.
Golf Course Attire
The appropriate attire for all male golfers on the course or driving range, includes collared shirts or mock neck shirts, always tucked in. Bermuda length shorts may be worn. Denim, athletic shorts or pants are not allowed on the course.
The appropriate attire for women is Bermuda length shorts and skorts. Sleeveless tops with no collar are allowed. Tank tops, denim, athletic pants or shorts are not allowed on the course.
Dining Dress Code
Appropriate attire is business casual or proper golf attire. Denim is allowed in all dining areas. All hats must be removed when entering the dining rooms.
Credit Card Policy
Credit cards may be used for payment of guest fees, carts, and dining room and golf shop purchases.
Smoking is only permitted on the golf course. No smoking in the clubhouse or at the pool area.