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The Club was unique from its very beginning. Planned, organized, and operated by women. This was remarkable considering the era, a period when women were presumed decorous rather than determined. The Club's founding "mothers," a term used here in respect and appreciation, proved more than able for the task they had set.
Golf, always the club's premier sport, has been complemented through the years by various other activities: tennis, swimming, paddle tennis, and ice hockey come to mind.
If a single word can describe the Club's first century, then "determination" is an apt choice. Morris County Golf Club has endured repeated disasters: two fires in 1903 and 1915 leveled earlier clubhouses, both world wars and the Depression of the 1930's reduced membership, and heavy debt had to be retired more than once. Yet the club has prevailed.
The reason for this longevity is not the club's physical assets, which have evolved and altered with time, but rather what Morris County Golf Club represents. The members of a century ago sought to create an atmosphere of civility and an ambiance where friendship and sportsmanship were to be held in esteem. Their success is our legacy. Much is different, but the club's founding spirit remains unchanged, and the determination of our current members is as strong as ever--the determination to maintain the rich traditions that are the hallmark of the Morris County Golf Club.