In 2010 Barry Wiesner and David Kuijers acquired an old croquet set with wooden balls. On the steep slopes of a grassed farm hill outside Greyton, a country version of croquet with home rules was played by Dave and Barry. There was a tunnel, there were obstacles and a variety of shots, even snooker ones, were played. It was more like croquet putt –putt or extreme croquet than the game now played by club members. Soon Doug Murray and Tim Quinlan joined the croquet duo. In the late summer of 2013 these four decided to find out a little more about the game and ventured over the mountain to the Somerset West Croquet Club and learnt the game of Golf Croquet. They became the Founding Four of the Greyton Country Croquet Club (GCCC) and later that year the GCCC was formally constituted with six members.