Golf At West Shore Country Club


The layout of the West Shore Country Club's championship 18-hole golf course offers a striking comparison to the design and style of noted golf course architect Donald Ross. In 1943, Ed Tabor joined the West Shore Country Club and served as both golf course superintendent and golf professional. From 1943 to 1961, Ed implemented the Ross style by reconstructing, shaping and redesigning all of our greens, bunkers and fairways into the course we enjoy today. Ed trained under the watchful eye of John Davidson who worked on many famed courses during his years with Donald Ross. In 2003, a bunker renovation was completed under the supervision of noted course architect, Gil Hanse.

The golf course's reputation as one of the area's finest is based not only on its design, but on constant maintenance and care. The staff is dedicated to keeping the course in top condition, and our caring membership goes to great lengths in replacing divots, repairing ball marks and making sure bunkers are raked. Our active golf program includes a full schedule of member tournaments, including the Member-Member, Member-Guest, Tabor Invitational, monthly stags, holiday tournaments, husband and wife events, twilight league, both a nine and eighteen hole ladies' league as well as an active junior program. Our certified golf professionals are always ready to help with your game, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned player.