A members-only golf club, Madison Country Club course was built in 1909. Adjacent to salt and fresh water marshes, the 18-hole course features ponds, streams and a location close to Long Island Sound and the Madison town center. A detailed history of the course, hole by hole, was written by long-time member and club champion Bill Whedon and is available on the club's website. Frank Carta is the head professional. The course was built by golf course designer and professional golfer Willie Park, Jr.