Worcester Country Club
The rebuilding of Worcester Country Club’s prestigious clubhouse bar area required careful consideration and attention to detail as we put forth design as well as millwork services. The building where the bar is located was constructed in 1914 and has been referred to by Worcester Magazine as “a structure which is not too showy, yet most picturesque; not too rambling, yet perfectly adequate for all the needs of such a club for a long period to come.” As such, the woodwork crafted by our team had to be consistent with the rest of the existing structure and its historical value, while still showcasing masterwork craftsmanship.
We incorporated moments of historical significance at the Worcester Country Club in the details of the millwork we designed. This included the US Men’s Open—a renowned and long-running golf tournament—which hosted its first qualifying round at the Worcester Country Club in 1925, and the inaugural Ryder Cup which was hosted at the Worcester Country Club in 1927. In the woodwork mounted to the ceiling, names of significance in the history of the country club were engraved and embossed in gold.