Trumbull Country Club Invests in Future Growth

WARREN – The opening of a new $60,000 golf shop and a $35,000 upgrade to the kitchen at Trumbull Country Club in Warren laid the foundation for a year that saw increases in membership, member engagement, outside events and overall revenue.

Improvements were made to the golf course, says director of membership Cory Pagliarini, including the removal of dead or dying trees. This led to better airflow through the course and improved playability. And the course added women’s tees at the first two holes.

“We invested in social amenities, including $20,000 for new pool lights that allow for events such as Dive In movie nights,” he says. “The club upgraded technology with a new point of sale system and enhanced Wi-Fi throughout the property.”

Improvements coming this year include upgrades to the drainage system at the golf course and new poolside patio and clubhouse furniture. New mowers have also been ordered.

As the club celebrates its 105th anniversary, an expanded social media presence is expected to continue drawing new members. Through March, nonmembers are invited to dine at the club on Saturdays.

“This will allow people who may be hesitant about the club to experience our welcoming environment, exceptional cuisine and world-class service,” Pagliarini says.

Trumbull Country Club hosts several community events each year, including the annual Warren Legends event to raise money for the Warren G. Harding High School athletics department, Rally for a Cure and an annual fundraiser hosted by the Boy Scouts.

“The club has a new fresh feel about it and we are excited about the future. No longer can it be perceived as stuffy, noninclusive or no fun,” Pagliarini says. “We host live entertainment three days a week during the summer and welcome members from all walks of life.”

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