History Founded in 1925

Established on May 13, 1925, with the purchase of the fishing club known as the Island Pond Club, the Waterloo Country Club has been in continuous operation through good years and bad. Over the years, the Club hosted Saturday night dances featuring local bands, and even held "carnivals" to raise funds during the Great Depression.

The tapestry that is the Waterloo Country Club is woven with fond memories of Sunday afternoon picnics, golf matches, card games, family gatherings and reunions, intertwined with the beauty of the course and grounds and the sounds of children laughing in the pool. May the best days of the Grand Old Lady of Monroe County be ahead of her! 


Waterloo Country Club established by purchasing the Island Pond Club


Clubhouse was built for cost of $3975 and was come to be known as the "dancehall"


Additional land was leased to increase the golf course from 4 to 9 holes


5 holes added to the existing 4 holes


Clubhouse expansion included and enlarged dancefloor and porch at a cost of $1100


20 additional acres purchased at a price of $3423.75 bringing the total paid for all 45 acres to $9849.24


25th anniversary of the WCC!

early 1960's

Ladies league is started, new pool is added, stock price increased by $200


Bermuda Grass greens were added requiring another special assessment and $200 increase of the stock price


Replacement of bermuda greens with Bent grass


50th Anniversay of the WCC!


Demolition of the "dancehall" building


Clubhouse fire resulting in complete loss.

Spring 1999

New clubhouse opens; bids for new pool are received.

July 2001

New pool plan approved at a cost of $275,000


Club is privatized and Social membership level is established


Gas Carts are added; Junior memberships are initiated


Gas Carts are added; Junior memberships are initiated


COVID 19 closes the clubhouse for most of the year and golf is halted by the state mandate; we manage to stay afloat by setting up outside dining in the parking lot;New Patio & bar project underway located behind the clubhouse

Spring 2022

New Patio & bar open for business; Emeritus membershihp level is established


Purchased 3/4 acre from adjoining farm for expansion of hole #3 into a par 5

Club Management

General Manager

Kip Quevreaux

Executive Chef

Josh Polansky

Caddyshack Manager

Makayla Bagsby

Assistant Managers

Meghan Guillison, Amber Smith

Head Groundskeeper

John Benyo

Course Superintendent

Emmett Rusteberg



Diane Degener

Vice President

Dennis Weisenborn


Brian Heet


Debi Edwards

Members at Large

Ted Cygnarowicz, Bob Mueller, George Obernagel, Jay Pickett, Rick Watson