Mon07Jun2021Tue08Jun2021Winchester Country Club & Brae Burn Country Club
The Perron C. Jarboe Championship is an annual competition of the New England Senior Golfers’ Association. It is one of the oldest senior championships that has been played continuously since 1932.
The tournament is contested over two 18-hole rounds, one at Winchester Country Club and one at Brae Burn Country Club. We are very excited about the new format of alternating courses around the Boston area, while keeping Woodland GC and Brae Burn CC as a host of one of the days. The winner is the low gross score for 36 holes. In the case of a tie, a playoff will be held at Brae Burn Country Club.
The Paul J. Carey Championship represents the low net 36 hole score. In the case of a tie, the winner will be determined by a matching of cards subject to USGA rules.
The President’s Trophy is unique to the New England Senior Golfers’ Association. It is awarded to the player over age 70 whose best round is best in relation to his age.
Other prizes will be awarded for low gross and net foursome on each course both days.
Mon12Jul2021Portland Country Club
Founded as a private club by local golf enthusiasts in 1895, today the Portland Country Club celebrates a deep tradition of member service and commitment to the game of golf. Located in Falmouth Foreside, Club members and their guests enjoy a timeless and nationally renowned 18 hole Donald Ross golf course amidst a stunning seaside setting with sweeping views of Casco Bay and the Portland skyline.
As a result of our longstanding commitment to environmental quality and management, the Portland Country Club is proud to be the first and currently the only private Maine golf course to be designated as a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary by Audubon International.
The Barrett C. Nichols Memorial Tournament format is a best two balls of four net aggregate. In the event of a tie, winners will be determined by a matching of cards subject to USGA rules.
Prizes will also be awarded for the team with the lowest gross score and for the next three low net scores.
USGA rules apply and participants will be advised of any local rules. A team captain shall keep the card and upon completion of play, sign and turn it into the scoring table for confirmation and final posting.
Mon09Aug2021Longmeadow Country Club
Longmeadow Country Club was organized in 1922 when it assembled several parcels of land and engaged Donald Ross. Traversing subtle and, at times, dramatic terrain, the architect's routing calls for the judicious use of both power and finesse. His knowledge of the game combined with unique horse drawn shapers produced the complex aprons and putting surfaces that were the crowning glory of a Ross creation. The course was completed in 1924 followed by the clubhouse in 1926 when Architecture magazine featured Longmeadow including the landscape architecture of Frederick Law Olmsted. Racquet sports and aquatics have since rounded out the Club's sporting facilities.
The Clifton C. Larson Memorial Tournament is an individual quota tournament. Scoring will be 6 points for eagle, 4 points for birdie, 2 points for par, 1 point for bogey, 0 points for double bogey and above. A player’s quota is determined by subtracting their handicap from 36. Example: a 15 handicap has a quota of 21. The winner will be the participant with the highest quota point total. A minimum of 4 quota points is necessary to be eligible for prizes.
Wed15Sep2021Thu16Sep2021Ekwanok Country Club & Dorset Field Club
Ekwanok Country Club- Founded in 1899, and consistently ranked in the 21st century by Golfweek Magazine as having one of the top classic golf courses in America, Ekwanok Country Club enjoys a charmed existence as a challenging golf course set amid the spectacular views of the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Dorset Field Club- The Dorset Field Club is the oldest continuously operating golf club in America. It all began in 1886 when a group of golfers who summered in Dorset laid out a nine-hole golf course on the site of the present Club. A clubhouse was built in 1896 and named “Woodruff Hall” in honor of one of the founders. Over the next century play increased and the course was lengthened and improved. The course has undergone five substantial alterations and re-routings—it became an 18-hole course in 1999.
Ekwanok Country Club and Dorset Field Club are consistently rated as two of the top golf courses in the state of Vermont.
The NESGA will be offering a discounted block of rooms at The Luxury Equinox Hotel in Manchester for the nights of September 15th and 16th.
The W. Royce Taylor Tournament is a better ball of two net format.
In the event of a tie, the winners will be determined by matching scorecards according to USGA rules. Prizes will also be awarded to the runners-up and the next five places. A low gross and low gross runner-up prize will also be awarded.
Tue05Oct2021Wed06Oct2021Oyster Harbors Club & Wianno Club
Oyster Harbors Club and Wianno Club are two of Donald Ross' most renowned golf courses. Located just miles from one another, the golf courses both offer different challenges. The parkland design of Oyster Harbors and links design of Wianno give you two unique golf experiences!
The Coakley-Stimets will be a best two balls of the foursome event with net and gross champions. Each team will play one round at each course. Daily prizes will be awarded for low net and low gross team scores. Handicaps will be set at 80% of the player’s index as of the latest handicap revision prior to play.
All USGA rules apply in addition to any local rules of which players will be made aware before the start of play.
In the event a member or a guest of a member would like to cancel their entry in an NESGA tournament due to any, and all circumstances after they have completed their registration for the tournament, his entry fee and any associated payments will be held until all financial obligations made on behalf of the NESGA and its members are paid. Financial obligations include, but are not limited to, credit card fees and unrecoverable costs. Unrecoverable costs will include scheduled green fees, carts, range fees, prizes, food and beverage commitments as well as a share of the cost of running the tournament. After all obligations are met and paid for the NESGA will issue a refund. The NESGA will make every effort to mitigate the costs that reduce a member’s refund.
If a tournament is cancelled due to course closure or other extenuating circumstances, all registered members will be entitled to a refund minus unrecoverable costs. Again, the NESGA will make every effort to mitigate the costs that reduce a member’s refund.