Conveniently located between the Beacon Hills and the Hudson River near the intersection of Interstate 84 and Route 9D for over 100 years, Southern Dutchess Country Club has been a place for Hudson Valley residents to enjoy affordable family club lifestyle including Golf, Swimming, Banquets, Events and more.

Below are some images of our historic space. See the club handbook for details about our offerings and availabilities.

Golf Course

Whether it’s nine or eighteen on a weekday, a weekend, or even just few holes before or after work, the course is available to our membership throughout the year including Thursday morning “Over 60” leagues. Memberships include unlimited golf, club cleaning & storage, locker room, MGA membership/handicap services, clubhouse, guest privileges and more. Learn more and sign up for Membership Opportunities!


Our olympic sized and kiddie pools are attended by lifeguards seven days a week from Memorial through Labor Day. Once school’s out plan on bringing the kids, having lunch poolside or on our enclosed porch, and “spending the day”. Learn more and sign up for Membership Opportunities!

Dining and Events

Whether it’s a party to celebrate the holidays, a special anniversary, or just a business luncheon you’re planning, we have the perfect setting. We can comfortably seat one hundred in our main dining room – with its large dance floor – or up to forty on our more intimate enclosed porch. Both rooms adjoin our lounge – with its full service bar – for cocktails before during or after. Learn more and sign up for Membership Opportunities!


Southern Dutchess Country Club celebrated its 100th Anniversary in 2002! Enjoy some photos here to get a better historical sense of how the course has evolved throughout the years. For more details, SDCC Member Ian MacDonald (since 1948) recorded a history of our golf course- from caddying before he was old enough to become a Junior Member to growing up in the house directly across the street from our 9th green, which certainly qualifies Ian as having a good historical sense of how the course has evolved, not to mention a very good memory. See his historical account!