he Field Club of Greenwich was founded in 1908 by a group of gentlemen with the intention of forming a club that would be the center of family life. As the Greenwich Graphic reported in 1940, they wanted “to find a modest meeting place for people of moderate means.” Among the founders was Elon Hooker, who made a fortune in chemicals, George Dommerick, a leader in the financial world, and Colby Chester, who became president of General Foods. The group bought eleven acres of land for $18,000, and The Field Club of Greenwich was born.
The Field Club of Greenwich is a preeminent family racquet club in the area, with amenities including tennis, squash, platform tennis, swimming, fitness center, and fine dining. The Club is a welcoming, family-oriented social club with an extraordinary spirit of camaraderie and good sportsmanship.
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