The Union Country Club, usually open to members only, offers the public a chance to play its golf course Saturday, July 15, from 7 a.m. to dusk. Greens fees for the day support Vose Library. The cost is $15 per player for unlimited rounds.The club is at 110 Barrett Hill Road, just north of the intersection with Route 17.

Union Country Club is a private nine-hole par 3 course created by Bob and Eleanor Heald in the 1950s. Upon their passing, the course was left to the Club. Members have owned and maintained the course since 1994.

The course runs 1,359 yards (for nine holes). There are seven par 3s and two par 4s.

Tee times are not required; there is no telephone or attendant. A nine-hole round usually takes around an hour.

Players deposit $15/person fee (cash or check) in the slot of the box located to the right of the clubhouse door. Players should sign the sign-in sheet indicating that played on Founders Day.

Parking is only allowed on the south side of the parking area (the side that the clubhouse is on). The north side must be clear at all times for access by the Water Company.

Union Country Club is a walking course. There are carts at the course, but these are reserved for members who have difficulty walking. A cart card is required to use a cart. For more information, visit online at unioncountryclub.com