Westborough Country Club was founded in 1921 by the Bay State Abrasives Company as a recreational option for their employees and the community. The course was originally 7 holes, until it was expanded to 9 holes by Greenskeeper Bill Spence in 1935. Bill was the Greenskeeper from 1927-1967.
In 1974, the Town of Westborough purchased the 110 acre property. 32 acres are reserved for conservation, which includes a walking trail that starts at the Western edge of the property. In 2018 the name was changed to Westborough Golf Club.
The course is under the supervision of the Golf Club Operating Committee, with members appointed by the Board of Selectmen. Monthly meetings are open to the public and you are encouraged to attend and participate.
Golf Course Operations and course maintenance are contracted out to golf professionals.