Named after the many Tamarack trees indigenous to the area, Tamarack County Club is a private golf and country club located in the town's rural backcountry. Its history dates to 1909, when the club operated as the Port Chester Country Club. In 1928, when the town was seeking land for the New York High School, the club moved to Greenwich, where it opened its clubhouse on the site of the former Griffen Farm in 1929. <br /><br />The club has changed quite dramatically since then. It now boasts an 18-hole, 6834-yard golf course, artificial lakes, numerous dining facilities, tennis courts and a swimming pool. Some club facilities including the dining room and outdoor portico are available for rental, provided sponsorship of a member. Information regarding membership is available upon request, via the Tamarack Country Club's website.