Rhode Island Country Club
Rhode Island Country Club (RICC) is a private country club located in Barrington, Rhode Island. It includes a golf course designed in 1911 by Donald Ross and overlooks the Narrangansett Bay near the intersection of Nayatt Road and Middle Highway.
RICC was founded in 1911 by a group of Providence businessmen, and originally consisted of a golf course designed by Donald Ross and a small clubhouse. In 1950, the main clubhouse caught fire, burning down to the basement. In the aftermath of the fire, the club expanded, building a swimming pool in 1955 and opening women's activities during the 1950s. The club played a role in introducing Barrington to New England sports fans.
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