The Dedham Country and Polo Club came into existence in 1910 because of a merger between the Norfolk Country Club and the Dedham Polo Club. Famed golf course designer, Donald Ross designed nine holes in 1912, but the 5th green appears to be the only surviving green of his design. In 1920, the club reorganized and purchased more land and in 1923, the renowned architect Seth Raynor was hired to design 10 new holes on this land. He also revised the original 9 holes into a new layout of 8 holes. May of 1925, the course was ready for play and the Dedham Country and Polo Club had a challenging 18 holes of golf. The Club has hosted one National Championship. The USGA Girls Junior Championship was held in August of 1975. The Club has also hosted numerous other state championships since that time. Today, Dedham is a very family oriented, respectful, ‘amenities-diverse’ operation in a highly desirable part of the Boston suburbs. Its proximity to one of the most unique and desirable cities in the U.S. (12 miles from downtown Boston), its schools and universities, its history and recreational opportunities, its iconic sports teams and so much more……all while retaining a more rural ‘feel’ to the club location is unique. The overall environment is highly attractive for an employee looking to be part of a team where both members and staff feel part of a larger “family” environment.