|Club formed as Northway Heights Golf Club by the Gino Turchi Family.
|Turchi Family, Gino, Willie & GiGi open first nine holes(which is now the back nine) on June 12.
|The second nine, also designed by Gino Turchi, opens on July 13.
|December 7, 1980
|Gino Turchi makes first and still only hole in one from back tee of hole #17.
|Club and property is sold in February to the William Paulsen family and the name is changed to Eagle Crest Golf Club, Inc.
|Course Superintendent, David Gordon, is hired and continues his fine work through present.
|Nines reversed front to back and back to front giving the course one of the areas most demanding finishing five holes.
|Practice Range opens. Ron Philo is clubs first teaching professional.
|Clubhouse completely renovated. Banquet bookings begin under the new Paulsen ownership.
|Championship tee expansion and changes.
|Pond expansion fronting #13 green. Bunkering and drainage programs begin and remain ongoing through present.
|PGA Golf Professional, Jim Jeffers, is hired.
|Pro Shop and Cart Barn are built and golf operations are moved to the present location. Water system modernized with heads installed on greens and tees.
|May 24, 1994
|Eagle Crest Shoot-Out, one of the areas top amateur events begins annually. Bill Moll, one of the clubs long time top players wins the inaugural event.
|Players Park: miniature golf, lighted pitch n'putt and snack bar opens.
|Major renovations to daily food service area are completed and reopens as Duffer’s Tavern, serving fine fare and spirits for daily golfers, league players and tournament events.
|September 8, 1998
|Course Record set by David Gunus of Amston, CT who shoots a 63 from the Championship tees to win the North Atlantic Tour event.
|Automated watering system installed for all greens, tees and approach areas.
|Complete set of forward tees finished providing alternate teeing ground for many senior and junior players.
|Watered fairways connected to the automated system of 1999 giving the club a complete irrigation system.
|John Neet hired as PGA Head Professional
|Renovation and rebuilding of number 12 green vastly improving one of the areas most controversial putting surfaces.
|Complete renovation of Eagle Crest Ballroom, Saratoga Room & Augusta Room.
|January 1, 2007
|Hired John (JP) Peterson as PGA Professional.
|Duffers Tavern management taken over by Paulsen Family and name changed to the Bunker.
|Club and property sold to the Battiste-Galvez Group, LLC
|Banquet Facility renovated, name changed to The Perch.
|Tavern taken over and renovated by the Battiste-Galvez Group, name changed to Talon's Pub.
|Golf simulator building, The Office, opens. Patio and Breezeway completed.