Wanumetonomy Golf & Country Club

Wanumetonomy Golf and Country Club is a private club, not open to the public.

Following the State of Rhode Island, Governor’s Executive Orders, Wanumetonomy is open for play (walking only)
to Wanumetonomy members and Rhode Island Resident’s Only

The Club also asks all golfers adhere to the following policies:

1. Access to the main portion of the clubhouse, golf shop, and cart barn/bag room is not available.

2. Flagsticks will always remain in the hole.  Do not handle or touch the pin.

3. Please no hand, arm or bodily contact while on the property

4. No passing of scorecards to other players

5. Bunker rakes and ball washing stations have been removed from the course for your protection

6. Water stations and refreshment cooler have been removed

7. Cups have been modified on each hole that allows golfers to pick his/her ball out of the cup without touching the pin. 
Each cup has been modified that prevents golf balls from dropping to the bottom of the cup.

8. Please, do not congregate in the parking lot before or after play.  This is not social distancing.  The directive from the Governor states, “Gatherings: Starting immediately, all gatherings of more than 5 people are banned.”  The golf shop will monitor this.

9. The Club has activated our tee time reservation system earlier this season and it is now live. You will be able to book a time up to two weeks in advance.  As of April 1, 2020, tee time intervals have been expanded to 15 minutes.  If you prefer to call in or email your tee time request you can do so by contacting Bill at 401-226-5466 or


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Wanumetonomy, translated as "windy hill" according to local lore, was founded in 1922 and is located on the western edge of Aquidneck Island in Middletown, Rhode Island. Wanumetonomy was also the local Narragansett Sachem or Governor of the Aquidneck Island in 1638 in which the Club is named.  The 18-hole course, whose fairways wind their way along the contours of Wanumetonomy's hillside expanse, provides the player an always-changing view of Narragansett Bay's East Passage. Famed golf course architect Seth Raynor in the “sea coast” style of open fields and few trees originally designed the course. Golf course architect Ron Prichard, under contract to Wanumetonomy Golf and Country Club (WGCC), developed a Master Plan to accomplish long-term restorations. Long respected by Rhode Island golfers, Wanumetonomy, replete with stylish bunkers that challenge the equanimity of the most accomplished golfer, takes its place among the state's finest golf courses.


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