The 200 Club

The 200 Club

The 200 Club was founded in 1957 as The Society of Two Hundred Gentleman Senior Golfers by Romeyn Scribner, known as Scribby. He and the founding members were concerned that the well-known senior golf groups were getting so large that a member, when attending a meeting, rarely would be able to be with his friends either on or off the golf course. To accomplish such desired camaraderie, experience indicated that the limit of membership in a national senior golf society should be 200; thus the 200 Club was formed.

The purposes of the Club are to promote a friendly atmosphere in which to play golf, to provide the opportunity to play with friends at attractive venues, and to advance the best interests of golf.  Members are gentlemen 50 or more in age who love golf not only as a game, but for the camaraderie, friendship and companionship it affords. Members and their wives look forward to the genuine, friendly and congenial atmosphere of the Club meetings.