About Us


  • Club History
    • OUR MISSION:

      Aspetuck Valley Country Club is a private country club perpetuated solely for the enjoyment of its members and their guests.



      Aspetuck Valley Country Club was the dream of a few Weston residents in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The dream came true when in 1965 the small group of original founders reached agreement to buy sufficient land to build a golf course. Members were recruited and construction began. The club was finally incorporated in 1967 and nine holes opened for play in 1968 along with the swimming and tennis facilities. The second nine holes opened the following spring.


      AVCC has been a “family” oriented club from its outset and has always offered outstanding programs for children from toddlers to late teen years. It is the only golf club in the area that does not require tee times, a goal of the founders that survives today.


      Aspetuck continues to be a ‘good citizen’ in Weston serving as the home course for the Weston High School golf team, host to civic outings for the Volunteer Fire and Medical Services and the local police. It is a ‘green’ club with membership in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program.
  • Guest Policies
    • Rules & Dress Code

      Clubhouse Attire

      It has always been the goal of the House Committee to help create an atmosphere of “casual elegance” in the Clubhouse. To that end, AVCC has a dress code. Anyone in violation of the dress code will be denied service.


      Main Dining Room


      — Gentlemen over 14 years of age are required to wear a long-sleeve collared shirt. Jackets are not mandatory, but members are requested to dress in a manner suited to the setting and decor of the room, recognizing that the Club wishes the Main Dining Room to remain attractive to members entertaining business associates and other guests. For certain events, a jacket and tie will be required.

      Ladies shall be properly attired at all times.

      In the Grille Room and on the Terraces, golf and tennis attire is acceptable.

      Short-shorts, T-shirts, tank tops, blue jeans, cutoff jeans, cargo pants, cargo shorts and similar clothing, are not permitted within the confines of the Clubhouse and Terraces at any time. Shirts must be tucked in at all times. Men must wear shirts with collars or mock turtlenecks. (By way of clarification, all denim clothing is considered inappropriate.)

      Gentlemen may not wear hats inside Clubhouse dining areas.

      Golf shoes are not permitted in the Main Dining Room or Library. Members are expected to use electric shoe cleaners to minimize tracking in dirt and sand.

      Bathing suits and “cover-ups” are restricted to the pool area.

      The General Manager is authorized to waive these rules for special occasions.

      Golf Dress Code


      1. Proper golf attire is required on the golf course and all practice areas at all times. All members and their guests shall adhere to the following dress code while on the golf course, driving range and practice areas.

      A. Proper golf shoes must be worn at all times. Metal spikes are prohibited.

      B. Juniors may wear tennis shoes.

      C. Men’s and boys’ shirts must have collars or mock turtlenecks. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.

      D. Blue jeans, cargo shorts/pants, short-shorts, cutoffs, halter tops, swim suits and other inappropriate attire are not permitted.

      E. Hats/caps must be worn with the brim facing forward.

      Tennis Dress Code


      1. All clothing must be white; however, trim on tennis wear is permissible. Non collar tennis shirts are permitted however, no tee shirts are allowed under any circumstances. To prevent damage to court surfaces, only tennis shoes may be worn by adults and juniors alike. Colored shoes are allowed as long as they have a tennis sole. The Tournament Committee will run and have decision making authority on the Club Championship Tournaments.

      Electronic Device Policy

      A. Cell phones and other electronic communication devices are not to be used anywhere on Club property except in the locker rooms and the parking lots. Physicians are exempt from this rule.

      B. No electronic devices of any kind are permitted in the Clubhouse or on the Terraces. Use of a cell phone for calls or emails/text are permitted in the lobby area of the Clubhouse for brief communications.

      C. The following devices are permitted at the pool: Cell phones (texting and email only. Phone calls must be placed in the parking lot). Laptops, Kindles and other e-readers, iPods, iPads, etc. - with earphones only. No external speaker systems permitted.
      Smoking Policy

      AVCC is a smoke free environment
  • Contact Us / Directions
    • About Us

      Main Fax: (203) 222-8908

      General Manager:  (203) 226-4701
      Carolyn Kepcher
      ckepcher@aspetuckvalley.com
       
      Golf Shop: (203) 226-9989
      Jack Powers
      jpowers@aspetuckvalley.com

      Tennis Shop: (203) 226-4703
      Max LePivert
      mlepivert@aspetuckvalley.com

      Course Maintenance: 
      Lucas Lownes
      llownes@aspetuckvalley.com

      Controller:  
      (203) 226-4701
      Michael Healy
      mhealy@aspetuckvalley.com

       

      Aspetuck Valley Country Club
      67 Old Redding Road
      Weston, CT 06883
      Aspetuck@AspetuckValley.com


      Main Phone: (203) 226-4701 
      Aspetuck@aspetuckvalley.com


      Directions


      From New York

      • Take Merritt Parkway (Route 15) east/north to exit 44/Black Rock Turnpike (Route 58).

      • Turn left at the end of the ramp and then left again at the traffic light onto Route 58 north. (The Hi-Ho Motel will be on your right).

      • Follow Route 58 North to the traffic light (junction with route 136).

      • Turn left onto Route 136.

      • Turn right onto Old Redding Road at stop sign


      The club will be on your right about a mile up a winding road, enter just past the tennis courts.


      From Hartford

      • Take Merritt Parkway (Route 15) west/south to exit 44/Black Rock Turnpike (Route 58).

      • Turn left at the off ramp traffic light, then right onto Route 58 North (The Hi-Ho Motel will be on your right).

      • Follow Route 58 North to the traffic light (Junction with route 136).

      • Turn left onto Route 136.    

      • Turn right onto Old Redding Road at stop sign


      The club will be on your right about a mile up a winding road, enter just past the tennis courts.



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